No-Li Brewhouse’s John Bryant knows you have questions about his plan to invest as much as $8 million in a new production facility in Spokane, Washington.
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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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No-Li Brewhouse Hazy Project continues with a very limited Cascade Fog Hazy IPA 6-pack CAN release. Only 600 total cases of Cascade Fog Hazy IPA 6-pack CANS will be allocated to select bottle shops, pubs and stores.
Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Miami marks the first major beer-drinking occasion of 2020. In 2019, U.S. consumers spent $1.2 billion on beer at off-premise retailers in the two weeks leading up to the game between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, according to market research firm Nielsen. Those sales were roughly flat, though, down 0.5%, compared to 2018.
No-Li Brewhouse 2020 community outreach recap celebrates a year of community outreach, 30th international brewing medal, addition of three-barrel pilot brewing system, and financial impact into local and regional economies.
No-Li Brewhouse is proud to announce a community partnership with local non-profit Hooptown USA to celebrate the biggest hometown basketball game in the history of Spokane hoops.
John Bryant hasn’t forgotten the sleepless nights, pacing the floor in the pre-dawn hours wondering how No-Li Brewhouse would make payroll in the Spokane, Washington-based craft brewery’s early days. It’s a feeling many startup founders can relate to as they’re building at a rapid pace.
John Bryant, the founder of Spokane, Washington’s No-Li Brewhouse, doesn’t mince words when describing the state of the beer industry in 2019. “It’s chaos,” he told Brewbound during a recent interview. The beer industry veteran — whose three-decades-long career includes stints at Deschutes Brewery, Odell Brewing and Oskar Blues — is, of course, referring to the 7,500-plus craft breweries fighting for distributor, retailer and consumer mindshare.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Nearly two weeks after lifting aluminum and steel tariffs imposed against Mexico and Canada, President Donald Trump has reversed course and announced plans to levy a 5 percent duty on all goods from Mexico over immigration — bringing the issue back into the taproom. Plus, North Coast co-founder Mark Ruedrich announces his retirement.
No-Li Brewhouse’s spirit of experimentation and innovation has led to the new Day Fade Rainier Cherry Hard Seltzer. It is the follow-up launch to Day Fade Huckleberry Hard Seltzer.
No-Li Brewhouse continues its creative evolution and spirit of innovation with the release of Day Fade, a new line of hard seltzers. The first launch is the Day Fade Huckleberry Hard Seltzer, which will be followed by Day Fade Rainier Cherry Hard Seltzer in April.
No-Li Brewhouse 2018 economic impact report celebrates a year of customer growth, second brewery expansion, international brewing recognition, serving communities and financial impact into local and regional economies.
A community collaboration for Spokane Craft Beer Week pairs two unlikely partners in No-Li Brewhouse and Genus Brewery, a small batch brewery and home-brew shop in the Spokane Valley. The specialty beer is being released only at the Collaboration Beer Festival at Bellwether Brewery on Tuesday, May 15th, where pairs of breweries from the Spokane area will release their own collaborations.
You’ve enjoyed it out of cans, bottles and the tap, but No-Li Brewhouse now wants you to try its Born & Raised IPA out of a barrel. On Thursday, April 5, No-Li released Born & Raised Again — a version of its beloved IPA aged for two years in a wheat whiskey barrel from Dry Fly Distillery.
No-Li Brewhouse announced the latest addition to its can lineup today when it rolled out its Falls Porter 12-ounce can. Falls Porter (6.1% ABV, 39 IBUs) is a full-bodied beer made with flaked oats and CTZ hops. It’s a smooth, malt-forward porter that features notes of dried fruit, oats and a little chocolate.
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Brewer - No-Li Brewhouse
Brewer - No-Li Brewhouse -- Spokane, WA (10/22/2018)
No-Li Brewhouse is seeking an experienced brewer with a minimum of 2 years’ work experience.
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