Two Beers Brewing Releases Limited Edition Double IPA To Celebrate Fifth Anniversary

SEATTLE – On Saturday, November 3, Two Beers Brewing will celebrate five years of exciting growth and expansion with a party — and a beer — not to be missed.

Since opening its doors in 2007, producing only 100 barrels in its first year, Two Beers Brewing has increase by 28 times its floor space and nearly 100 times its capacity, on track to produce more than 7,000 barrels by the end of 2012. To mark the occasion and its successful growth throughout the Pacific Northwest market, Two Beers Brewing will release a special limited edition Anniversary Double IPA. Brewed with 10 Pacific Northwest hops, this unique beer as been aged on 320-pounds of organic peaches and plums, then dry-hopped with Simcoe and Columbus hops.

“Never in a million years would I have guessed we’d grow so fast,” said Joel VandenBrink, founder and head brewer at Two Beers Brewing Co. “When I started Two Beers Brewing five years ago, it was just me in a 170-square-foot ActivSpace in Fremont. Now, we’re bursting at the seams of our 4,800-square-foot brewery and tasting room in SoDo. I can’t thank our fans, friends and the craft beer industry enough for all the support they’ve given us over the years. We’ve brewed this beer for them. It has been, and will continue to be, an awesome journey.”

Two Beers Brewing’s Anniversary Double IPA features 105 IBUs and a 8.8 percent ABV. With a plum-citrus nose and a hoppy mid-palette (thanks to the 105 IBUs), this delicious beer offers hints of peach and grass that linger on the tongue. With only 50 cases available, bottles will be available for purchase only at the Two Beers Brewing tasting room, The Woods, beginning November 3 at the Two Beers Brewing Fifth Anniversary Party. For this day only, the Anniversary Double IPA will also be available on draft, served in 12-ounce glassware, with $1 of every pint or bottle sold donated to non-profit organization The Mountaineers.

In addition to Two Beers Brewing’s Anniversary Double IPA, attendees of the growing brewery’s Fifth Anniversary Party — taking place from 2-7pm on Saturday, November 3 — will enjoy $4-$5 pints of Two Beers Brewing’s year-round offerings, plus seasonal brews including award-winning Jive Espresso Stout, Heart of Darkness Imperial CDA, Pumpkin Spice 2012 and the final kegs of Fresh Hop 2012. Food will be available for purchase from popular food truck Where Ya at Matt, accompanied by live music from local band Hot Bodies in Motion. Each attendee will receive a free limited edition Two Beers Brewing bottle opener/keychain, with anniversary tulip glasses and Two Beers Brewing apparel also available for purchase.

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About Two Beers Brewing Co.

Two Beers Brewing Co. — makers of Evolutionary IPA and a host of Northwest-inspired beers — began operations in a small Seattle basement in 2007. Today, Two Beers Brewing produces twelve unique beers including five year-round, seven seasonals and a host of intricate infusions in its 4,800-square-foot SoDo brewery. Two Beers Brewing can be found in Seattle-area bars and restaurants, with tastings kegs and growler fill-ups available at their tasting room located at 4700 Ohio Ave. S. (Unit A) in SoDo, open weekly Tuesday — Friday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 1 — 6 p.m. Select brews can also be found in 22-ounce bottles and 12-ounce cans through the tasting room, as well as local retailers in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho. With a strong belief in supporting the local economy, Two Beers Brewing takes pride in using Washington ingredients to create all of its handcrafted beers. For more information, visit