Magnetic Fields


Utilizing brewing knowledge pulled from the four corners of the planet, Magnetic Fields will deliver a new IPA recipe to the Pacific Northwest every winter. This year features Juice yeast and a heavy amount of Azacca, Strata, and Citra dry-hopping, electrifying your senses with an array of pineapple, stone fruit, and nectarine aromas & flavors. IPA tastes may be polarizing, but Magnetic Fields brings North, South, East, and West together with the irresistible force of lupulin ecstasy.

Available in 16-ounce four-pack cans and draft from December to March.

Brewer's Notes

This year’s variation has a slight sweetness upfront with a balancing bitterness. Slightly dry finish with a full mouthfeel. Characterized by notes of peach, nectarine, and stone fruit with an opaque gold to orange color and bright white head.

Azacca, Strata, Citra

Malt: 2-Row Barley, Weyermann Pilsner, White Wheat, Flaked Wheat, Flaked Oats, Oat Malt

Yeast: Juice


This beer is available between January and March.

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