Beer Church IPA 2016


Find Beer Church India Pale Ale

We recommend you check with each location mentioned below to be certain that it is on tap when you visit.

  • Airways Brewing in Kent
  • Big Al Brewing in White Center
  • Georgetown Brewing in Seattle
  • Two Beers Brewing in Seattle.

Also at…

  • The Attic, Madison Park (Seattle)
  • Beveridge Place Pub, West Seattle
  • Brewmaster’s Taproom, Renton
  • Cooper’s Alehouse, Lake City (Seattle)
  • Fiddler’s Inn, Wedgewood (Seattle)
  • Hopvine Pub, Capitol Hill (Seattle)
  • Latona Pub, Green Lake (Seattle)
  • West Seattle Bowl, West Seattle
  • Chuck’s CD, Central District (Seattle)
  • The Westy, West Seattle
  • Flatstick Pub, Pioneer Square (Seattle)
  • Barking Dog Ale House, Ballard (Seattle)
  • The Dray, Ballard (Seattle)
  • The Yard, Greenwood (Seattle)
  • Park Pub, Phinney (Seattle)
  • Olaf’s, Ballard (Seattle)
  • Naked City Brewery and Taphouse, Greenwood (Seattle)
  • The Lodge, Greenwood (Seattle)

more locations will be added soon


PRESS RELEASE: Beer Church IPA 2016

For Immediate Release

Georgetown Brewing releases Beer Church India Pale Ale, a limited-release beer to benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, on Saturday, November 12th  

(Seattle – November 7, 2016) On Saturday, November 12th Georgetown Brewing releases Beer Church India Pale Ale, a beer brewed in collaboration with three other Seattle-area breweries. Proceeds from the sale of the beer benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, Northwest Chapter.

Beer Church India Pale Ale was brewed by Georgetown Brewing Company in collaboration with Airways Brewing, Big Al Brewing, Two Beers Brewing and Beer Church, a Seattle-based organization that finds easy ways for beer drinkers to contribute to worthwhile causes. This is the sixth year that Beer Church has organized and promoted this annual project.

The beer will be released at Beer Church Turkey Bowl, an annual fundraiser now celebrating its 18th anniversary. The sold out bowling party takes place at West Seattle Bowl on Saturday, November 12 at 6:00 P.M. The public is welcome to attend the event, participate in the silent auction and raffle, and enjoy the beer.

Following the official release, Beer Church India Pale Ale will be available at each of the participating breweries’ taprooms, as well as select local restaurants and pubs. Keep an eye on for a list of locations that will tap this draft-only beer.

“We’re pleased to be involved with this project that benefits the CCFA,” said Reid Spencer, Head Brewer at Georgetown Brewing. “It was a great opportunity to work with Beer Church and our neighboring brewery friends at Two Beers, Airways, and Big Al, and experiment with some exciting new hop varieties.”

Ingredients for Beer Church India Pale Ale were donated by Great Western Malting Company of Vancouver, Washington and YCH Hops of Yakima, Washington. Georgetown Brewing donated its facilities and other resources, while the collaborating breweries helped develop the recipe and contributed to the brewing of the beer.

“This is just another example of the generosity of the local beer and brewing industry,” said Kendall Jones, the President and Founder of Beer Church. “The breweries were happy and excited to support the effort, but beyond that, without the support of YCH Hops and Great Western Malting, none of this would be possible. Their contributions are, literally, the backbone of the beer. Their involvement plays a key role in the fundraising component of the project.”

Beer Church India Pale Ale uses three different hop varieties to create its unabashedly hop-forward character. Along with Ekuanot™ hops, the recipe includes two newly developed, experimental hop varieties that have yet to be named (currently designated as HBC 344 and HBC 522). All of the beer’s hop flavors are supported and balanced by the use of 2-Row Malted Barley and White Wheat Malt. Beer Church IPA clocks in at 6.3 percent Alcohol by Volume (ABV) with the hops providing pine-citrus, tropical and herbal flavors. It is a bright golden beer with a dry body and light mouthfeel.


About the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America

The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. For more information visit

About Beer Church

Beer Church is a Seattle-based congregation of beer enthusiasts that creates easy, fun ways for people to contribute to worthwhile causes. Since 1997, Beer Church has organized and hosted beer-themed fundraisers for a variety of causes and to date has raised over $100,000 for its beneficiaries. For more information visit