Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Terminal Gravity Brewing Releasing New Seasonal-Cross Eyed Cricket IPA

Courtesy of Terminal Gravity Brewing CO

Enterprise,OR - There’s a little place in Eastern Oregon, at the end of the road, in the shadow of the Wallowa Mountains; the pints are tall and the beer flows like a springtime river blow out.  Welcome to Terminal Gravity Brewing—Middle of Nowhere, Center of the Universe. 

We’ve been releasing a few new beers over the last couple years, such as Eagle Cap IPA, Lil’ Red Session Ale, and the award winning Wallowa Lake Lager.  But there’s something we’ve been working on for quite sometime, with vigor like never before.  Something that will turn your head, something that leads your gaze to the mountains yet reminds you of exotic fruit from vacations past.

Cross Eyed Cricket IPA

With the perfect blend of Eureka, Simcoe, and Mosiac hops, Cross Eyed Cricket IPA boasts huge pineapple and passion fruit aromas that will make your head spin. Gentle notes of piney citrus round out the generous hop profile.  Cross Eyed Cricket is bright; golden in the glass with a crisp bitterness throughout while perfectly placed at 65 IBU’s and 7.2%. 

Starting on Monday, March 28th Cross Eyed Cricket will be available through Point Blank Distributing in Portland and the surrounding area, along with Kendall’s Pioneer Distributing in the SW Washington area. If you’re up for it, venture to Wallowa County’s first and only brewery, where the pints are perfectly paired with local beef from 6 Ranch.  

Courtesy of Terminal Gravity Brewing CO
Founded in 1997, Terminal Gravity Brewing Company sits in the foothills of the Wallowa Mountains in Enterprise, Oregon.  TG first entered the Oregon beer market with its TG IPA.  TG IPA quickly changed the beer scene in Oregon in the late 90’s.  Since it’s inception, TG has provided a wide selection of bottled beers, draught varieties, and seasonal specialties. Terminal Gravity Brewing distributes its beer in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, and recently expanded its market presence to Montana.
 TG’s brewers work on an 18 bbl. system and brew a humble 6,000 barrels of beer per year.  For more information please connect with us on social media!

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