TACOMA, Wash. — In the second release of their 2019 Bridge Series, 7 Seas introduces an innovative new beer, Hula-Weizen, a wheat ale brewed with coconut water, toasted coconut and a hint of lemongrass, a true taste of the tropics.
7 Seas’ 2019 Bridge Series consists of six unique beers, each available for two months throughout the year.
President and co-founder Mike Runion said, “As spring arrives, anticipation for the sunny months ahead grows, and to assist in that transition we were inspired to craft a unique brew to welcome the season. We are excited to release Hula-Weizen, an adaptation of a beer we created for ‘Iron Brewer,’ a competition at Beverage Place Pub many years ago.”
Hula-Weizen’s art is island-inspired with a Northwest twist, the native Chinook salmon vibes on the ukulele while dancing the hula. This wheat ale delivers a smooth and refreshing taste that is guaranteed to carry you off to the tropics with every sip. It is available March through April.
Look for Hula-Weizen, along with other 7 Seas beers at fine retailers throughout Washington State. Cheers!
About 7 Seas Brewing
7 Seas Brewing founded in 2009 by Puget Sound natives, Travis Guterson and Mike Runion, offers eight year-round brews, three rotating seasonal brews, an array of Vintage Ales and an extensive Tap Room Reserve Series. As the first brewery in Washington to can craft beer, they blazed a path of environmentally friendly packaging. 7 Seas’ Breweries and Tap Rooms in beautiful downtown Gig Harbor and in Tacoma’s Historic Brewing District are open every day, are family- friendly and showcase a wide variety of brews. For more information about 7 Seas Brewing please visit www.7seasbrewing.com.