Walking Man Brewing releases 2 beers in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

In the Oregon/Washington gorge Walking Man Brewing of Stevenson, WA is releasing two new beers in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. One Small Step India Session Ale (ISA) and One Giant Leap Imperial IPA will be released on July 20th, 2019 in limited availability. Both craft beers were brewed with Galaxy, Comet and Apollo hops.

One Small Step India Session Ale (ISA)
4.2% ABV
50 IBU
A small beer with enough flavor to send you to the moon! This India Session Ale was brewed using the hop burst technique where all of the hops go in after the boil, over accentuating hop flavor and aroma over bitterness.
100% hopped with Galaxy, Comet, and Apollo hops not only pay homage to the brave Americans who won the race to the moon but taste amazing in these pair of beers.

One Giant Leap Imperial IPA
9.2% ABV
90 IBU
This giant IPA is brewed in the traditional NW IPA style that helped to define the Pacific Northwest as the IPA capital of the world. Big, full malty body is accentuated by a hefty dosing of Galaxy, Apollo, and Comet hops and has a classic IPA bitter finish. It also packs enough of a punch to fuel your own mission to space.

For more information about this release and upcoming releases, please visit www.walkingmanbeer.com/ or follow us @walkingmanbeer

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About Walking Man Brewing
Nestled in the small town of Stevenson, WA in the scenic Columbia River Gorge, Walking Man Brewing began impacting the Northwest craft beer scene in late 2000. Garnering medals and honors in some of the top beer
competitions in the world, it has long since become a destination for beer enthusiasts from around the globe. The brewery and brewpub is located at 240 SW 1st Street in Stevenson, Washington just 45 minutes east o Portland, OR near the Bridge of the Gods. For more information, including brewpub hours, menus and happenings, visit www.walkingmanbeer.com

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