Chainline Brewing and Georgetown Brewing sharing bunk beds - a collaboration
June 7, 2017 - 9:28 AM- by Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog -
They're calling it a bunk beds collaboration. Chainline Brewing and Georgetown Brewing are making the same beer, basically, at their respective facilities. The two beers are the same, only different. Georgetown Brewing will brew using a single mash infusion method and then ferment the beer using ale yeast. Chainline Brewing will brew using a step-mash system and then ferment the beer using lager yeast. Lager yeast is often referred to as "bottom fermenting" and ale yeast is often referred to as "top fermenting." So bottom, top, bunk beds.
The two beers will be introduced side-by-side, or one atop the other, beginning Wednesday, June 7th at a series of events around the Seattle-Tacoma area. Keep an eye on the Georgetown Brewing Facebook page and the Chainline Brewing Facebook page for event locations and detail.