Bale Breaker Brewing Company always seems to have something new coming soon. They do year-long new releases and collaborations and everyone is celebrated for all the right reasons. This new beer coming next month is sure to be a hit.
Daybreak Pale is a pale ale at 5.5% abv. They stated that this is a more 'pared-down' recipe and won't make you feel too full simply by drinking it.
About Daybreak Pale:
We went back to our roots with this streamlined pale ale that lets our family farm’s hops shine like the first rays of morning light. Crisp with complex aromas of grapefruit, apricot, and pine resin and hints of mango, blueberry, and melon.
Daybreak Pale is set to release March 3. You'll be able to find this at both their Yakima and Seattle taprooms. That's right, they have a taproom in Seattle, too. You'll find this soon enough at local grocery stores as well. Not just Washington, either, but Oregon and Idaho starting as soon as early March.
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