No-Li Brewhouse announced today the release of its latest 12-ounce can, the fan-favorite Wrecking Ball Imperial Stout.
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1003 East Trent Ave
Spokane, Washington 99202-2185 United States
- Born & Raised in the Inland Empire, we brew creative, internationally award-winning, Spokane Style beers. No Boundaries, No-Li!
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Brewbound is pleased to announce speakers for its upcoming Brew Talks meetups, taking place alongside the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) in Denver and National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) convention in Las Vegas. The two events give brewers and distributors attending the GABF and NBWA meetings a chance to engage in thought-provoking business discussion alongside their industry peers.
t’s been 74 years since Col. Samuel Grashio made one of the most daring escapes in American military history, but his memory is alive and well with the release of No-Li Brewhouse’s We Are Spokane Golden Ale. The Spokane brewery’s 22-ounce bottle tells the story of Grashio, who was born and raised in the Lilac City and went on to become an Army Air Corps pilot during World War II, eventually retiring as a colonel. The story is close to the heart of No-Li, as co-owner Cindy Bryant is a relative of Col. Grashio.
No-Li’s loyal fans are buying up the brewery’s beer as swiftly as the company is able to brew and package it, and the allocation plan is focused to fulfill a steady flow of fresh No-Li craft bottles, cans and draft, and also tries to take care of all accounts and customers in all communities that the brewery has the opportunity to serve.
In this week’s edition of press clips: The Brewers Association releases its 2017 beer style guidelines; the Hop Growers of America report on hop acreage growth and Revolution Brewoing, A-B and MillerCoors strike sports sponsorship deals.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Wicked Weed postpones the Funkatorium Invitational; Speakeasy’s sale price is report; Massachusetts and Maryland alcohol task forces set meeting dates; and much more.
No-Li Brewhouse is brewing-up a golden ale recipe to celebrate Crave NW. Crave Golden Ale will be bottled into a very limited 60 cases of Crave Golden Ale 22 oz. bottles. Crave NW is the brainchild of Hegsted, who was inspired by Feast Portland and the South Beach Food and Wine Festival in Miami.
Badass Brewing & No-Li Brewhouse collaborate to create one total ½ barrel of It’s Badass…No-Li Cascadian Stout. A collaboration inspired by Spokane Craft Week, Charlene Honcik and Kendra Wiiest of Badass Backyard Brewing teamed up with Ryan Brookhart of No-Li Brewhouse.
March Forth Citrus IPA is a 22 oz. bottle seasonal release. March Forth is packed with orange peel and a zesty citrus finish, 7.2% Alc. & 36 IBU’s. We celebrate and hoist a pint with each of our communities.
On Sunday March 19th – No-Li Brewhouse releases an ultra-limited vertical of barrel aged beers from the past four years at a 2017 Mug Club Event: Blackfill, Van Lambert, Defacto, Tandem and OMFG.
The Spokane Symphony and No-Li Brewhouse are teaming up to bring the Pacific NW “Beethoven Golden Ale” 22 oz. bottles (only 660 total bottles available) and a Friday, March 10th Beethoven Symphony at The Martin Woldson Theater At The Fox Theatre…Spokane, USA.
Spokane Symphony and No-Li Brewhouse collaborated to create “Beethoven Golden Ale” 22 oz. bottles (only 660 total bottles available) in anticipation of the Friday, March 10th Beethoven Symphony at The Martin Woldson Theater At The Fox Theatre…Spokane, USA.
No-Li will launch Red, White & No-Li Pale Ale in a 12 oz. 6-pack CAN on Tuesday, Nov. 8th. The No-Li Red, White & No-Li Pale 6-pack CAN recipe was born out of the Red, White & No-Li Small Batch Festival. The recipe is a collaboration of Head Brewer Ryan Brookhart (aka RAB) and Lead Brewer Brandon Nelson. RAB and Brandon said, “The Red, White & No-Li Pale recipe is a team effort in the Brewhouse.”
At a recent community “Cleaning from the Corridor” volunteer event during Spokane Gives Month of April with No-Li Brewhouse, The United Way and Mayor Condon, The Mayor brought up a great idea of continually recognizing and embracing the brilliant industrial history and future of Spokane.