All good things come from the land—trees, flowers, carrots, bacon, and – of course – beer. Our North Coast communities are deeply dependent on the land: from productive fisheries to small-scale farms. Which is why we’re proud to be releasing this Double IPA with Oregon Agricultural Trust as part of a statewide campaign to raise awareness and funds, protecting Oregon agriculture for the next generation. Cheers to the Land was brewed with Salmon-Safe ingredients from Mainstem Malt, Crosby Estate Hops, and Indie Hops. This year, we also added a touch of Nasturtium, and edible flower grown by OAT Board Member, and member of our Fort Family, Teresa Retzlaff’s 46 North Farm.
Cheers to the Land is a collaboration between Oregon’s great breweries, our beloved farmers, and Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT). The campaign demonstrates the importance of protecting farm and ranch land for the benefit of Oregon’s economy, community, and landscapes.
Hops: Oregon Simcoe, Indie Strata, Crosby Comet
Malts: Mainstem Cascadia Pale, GW White Wheat
Other: Nasturtium (edible flower)