People on the west side of the state will soon get a taste of a Yakima Valley brewery. Bale Breaker beer will be sold in King and Snohomish Counties.
The company sent its first shipment to distributors this week. That’s 90 kegs and 1,000 cases of beer. It’ll be sold at Trader Joe’s, select QFCs, and Total Wine and More.
Bale Breaker’s owners said they’re happy to expand.
“We do have a lot of pent-up demand, and it’s good to hear people asking for our beer over there, so we’re glad we’ll finally be able to start sending some beer over there,” said co-owner Kevin Quinn.
Taps will also be available at Seattle Mariners home games. Bale Breaker said it’s looking to distribute elsewhere depending on sales in King and Snohomish Counties.
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With the longer days and warmer weather it feels like spring. And in March that means that the shamrocks will be blooming and the leprechauns we be out and about!
In Honor of St. Patricks Day, Wineries Express of Yakima will tour several Yakima Valley craft breweries. On the docket are stops at Yakima Craft Brewing, Bale Breaker in Moxee, Snipes Mountain in Sunnyside and Whitstran Brewing in Prosser.
Date: March 15th. The tours start at 1:30 PM from the Yakima Visitors Center and returns by 8:30 PM.
Cost is $60 a person, limited to 11 people .
For details and to reserve your spot head over to Wineries Express.
In Honor of St. Patricks ‘weekend’ we will tour some Yakima and Valley micro-breweries! We will visit Yakima Craft Brewing, Bale Breaker in Moxee, Snipes Mountain in Sunnyside, and Whitstran Brewing in Prosser. Start time at 1:30 PM from the Yakima Visitors Center. Returning at ~8:30 PM. NOTE: Assuming this goes well, we will do another series over summer to include Ellensburg’s Ironhorse, hard cider producers, and new breweries coming to Yakima!