No-Li Introduces New Packaging - 4 x 12s
February 3, 2015 - 10:08 AM- by Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog -
No-Li Brewhouse just introduced a new packaging format for some of its beers, one that provides a nice option for consumers: four-packs of 12-ounce bottles. Three of the company's beers are available in four-packs: Mosh Pit Tart Cherry Ale, Rise & Grind milk stout, and Born & Raised IPA.
Each of those beers serves as a canvas to showcase the quality of local ingredients, some not typically associated with beer: cherries and cranberries grown in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, coffee roasted less than 2 miles from the brewery, and of course hops from the Yakima Valley. Look for No-Li four packs at bottleshops and better beer retailers around the region.
IF WE BUILD IT, BEER WILL COME
No-Li Unique 4-Pack Portfolio Brings Visions of a New Hometown Brewery Into Focus
(Spokane, WA) No-Li Brewhouse prides itself on brewing Spokane-Style beers with no boundaries. That is, taking local, fresh and distinct ingredients from the Pacific Northwest and creating innovative recipes that serve as a remedy for the redundancy that has flooded the craft beer industry. Their 4-pack line up is no exception.
Mosh Pit Tart Cherry Ale allows drinkers to experience a 100% all natural fruit beer without artificial flavorings, preservatives or adjuncts. The balanced sweet and tart flavors are courtesy of cherries and cranberries grown in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Rise & Grind milk stout features Gemelli coffee freshly roasted less than 2 miles from the brewery. Born & Raised IPA builds its bold flavors and aromas solely from Yakima Valley hops.
With No-Li’s 4-packs serving as a canvas to showcase the diversity, uniqueness and exceptional quality of Northwest ingredients, it makes perfect sense that the landscape of the Inland Empire will serve as home to No-Li’s new brewery.
“No-Li was Born & Raised in Spokane and it’s humbling to be a part of the evolving craft beer culture here,” says John Bryant. “No-Li is a platform for exploration in beer creation and we need to make more to explore! With each success we have, we see it as an opportunity to highlight what our hometown has to offer. Building Spokane's first independent, regional brewery since Prohibition would be our way of paying homage to our roots while looking ahead to the future.”
As No-Li realizes their dream of a new brewery, one 4-pack at a time, one thing remains certain: Spokane-Style beer will continue to feature the best of the Northwest to break down the boundaries of redundancy and reinvigorate beer!