Monday, May 18, 2015

Fremont Brewing Releasing Homefront IPA on Memorial Day

Fremont Brewing will be hosting a release of Homefront IPA on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th from 11am-3pm. 10 Breweries from across the country are brewing the 100%  to charity Homefront IPA to honor and support the men and women of the Armed Forces. All proceeds from the sale of Homefront IPA this year will benefit Soldiers’ Angels. Below are details from Fremont Brewing on the event and Homefront IPA.
Courtesy of Fremont Brewing
When: Monday, May 25th, 11am-3pm
Where: Urban Beer Garden (1050 N 34th St, Seattle, WA)
  • Homefront IPA on tap and available in 6-packs
  • Representatives from Soldiers’ Angels
  • Representatives from Joint Base Lewis-McChord
  • $1 Raffle Tickets for sale to win one of the 5 Louisville Slugger bats
Johnny Fitzpatrick (Fremont Brewer) adding orange peel to the brew-Courtesy of Fremont Brewing Co
Description: Homefront IPA was created in 2011 by craft brewers with one goal in mind: to honor and support the men and women of America’s armed forces. Homefront is aged on donated Louisville Slugger maple bats, brewed with donated hops from Yakima’s Puterbaugh Farms and donated grain from Cargill, and packaged in donated cans from Crown. Released every year around Memorial Day, 2015’s Homefront IPA team is: 21st Amendment, Center of the Universe, Cigar City, Fremont, Left Hand, Maui, Palmetto, Perennial Artisan, Revolution, and Stone Brewing. All proceeds from the sale of Homefront IPA are donated to military-based charities. For more information on this effort, please visit
ABV: 6.2%
IBU: 65
Down & Dirty: Pilsner and Carafa malts with Chinook and Mosaic hops.
Availability: Limited. For sale at better beer retailers throughout Washington.

 Adding the Louisville Slugger bats to the beer - Courtesy of Fremont Brewing
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