Pike Brewing Company just announced the sixth annual Women In Beer, benefiting Planned Parenthood of The Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands on May 8th. Pike Morning After Pale is the official beer of Women In Beer and you can only get it for a limited time. You’ll be able to find it on draft in May and June and possibly into Julyget it while you can!

Winter beer season has officially begun and beer fans around the world rejoice. Seattle-born Elysian Brewery recently dropped their winter seasonal Bifrost, a delicious winter pale ale a little different from the holiday ales you are used to. While many winter brews are quite dark with spicy notes, Bifrost is lighter bodied and has some citrus notes along with spice and caramel apples. It is an incredibly drinkable winter ale, especially for its 8.3% ABV.

Help animals by drinking beer!

If your favorite way to drink beer is with a side of philanthropy, we have great news for you! Ghostfish Brewing and Emerald City Pet Rescue (ECPR) have come together to create Rescue Remedy Pacific Ale, a special beer project to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of ECPR, a non-profit dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating neglected animals.

It feels like summer finally arrived last week and we’re already mid-August! While enjoying the last few weeks (or hopefully another month) of this blissful weather, pumpkin season is upon us. Seattle-born brewery Elysian Brewing Company, announces the release of Great Pumpkin Imperial Pumpkin Ale, Dark o’ the Moon Pumpkin Stout, and Punkuccino Coffee Pumpkin Ale. This trio of unique fall brews join Elysian’s first pumpkin release of the season, Night Owl Pumpkin Ale. Using only the best pumpkins in the Pacific Northwest,

Celebrating its 29th year this summer, the Oregon Brewers Festival is one of the oldest and best-loved craft beer festivals in the world. Nearly 80,000 craft beer lovers from all over the world will make the pilgrimage to beautiful Waterfront Park over the five days to drink up what the festival—and the craft beer industry—has to offer. As always, it falls on the last weekend of July from Wednesday, July 27th through Sunday, July 31st.