Brewmaster Mark Irvin designed the beer to be reminiscent of a lager — light and crisp, with traditional Noble hops, Saaz and Hallertau — while featuring the brewery’s American-Irish yeast blend, and fermenting the beer at ale temperatures, giving the beer a slight fruity flavor.
The Noble Hops used are sourced from the U.S., grown in the Yakima Valley in Washington.
No-Li will ship out just 600 cases of Noble Hop throughout the summer.
About Noble Hop Extra Pale Ale:
“Old world meets new in this internationally-inspired beer with a local twist. We used Noble
H ops, Saaz and Hallertau, grown right here in our backyard, the Yakima Valley. The beer has four kettle hop additions, and is finished with dry-hopping. This golden-hued beer reveals a classic Noble-hop aroma with a crisp finish.”
- 6.0% ABV
- 50 IBUs
- 22oz Bottles
- Hops: Washington-Grown Hallertau & Saaz
- Malts: 2 Row Pilsner, CaraPils, Vienna
- Yeast: Irish-American Blend
About No-Li Brewhouse
In 2012, brewmaster Mark Irvin and craft beer industry vet John Bryant, teamed up to create No-Li Brewhouse, an internationally award-winning, Spokane-Style craft brewery from Washington’s Inland Empire. No-Li has won nine international awards, including a gold medal from the 2012 Great American Beer Festival in the Extra Special Bitter category for their Spin Cycle Red.
The brewery currently distributes in 13 select states, and carries 22 oz bombers, 12 oz bottle 4-packs, and draft. For more information, visit www.nolibrewhouse.com.