Elysian Brewing is celebrating the holidays with their final Capitol Hill Series release and Brews for a Cause!
Elysian Brewing Final Capitol Hill Series Release
Join the Elysian crew at its Capitol Hill location (1221 East Pike Street) on Friday, December 8 at 7 p.m. for the last Capitol Hill Series Release Party of the year. There will be a ceremonial tapping of Bête Blanche, a Belgian-style Tripel returning from the Elysian vault, and a live performance from Smokey Brights!
- All proceeds from Bête Blanche sold during the event will go to The Bailey-Boushay House to help individuals with chronic illnesses, such as ALS, AIDS, and HIV, find housing and health care. No cover; guests must be 21+ to attend event; more details here.
Elysian Brews for a Cause
In the spirit of coming together during the holidays, North Carolina’s Wicked Weed Brewing co-founder Luke Dickinson visited Elysian’s Capitol Hill location to collaborate on a new brew, Wicked Frappe Blackberry Milkshake IPA (6.3% ABV). Together the breweries melded Black IPA with a Milkshake IPA and added a bit of blackberry and vanilla to create this new mildly bitter, very murky and magically delicious limited-release IPA!
- 100% of proceeds from every pint of Wicked Frappe Blackberry Milkshake IPA sold through the end of the year (or while supplies last) at all five Elysian locations will be donated to Northwest Harvest to help end hunger in Washington.
- All the Anheuser-Busch craft breweries are coming together to raise money for local nonprofits around the country. Anheuser-Busch will grant the brewery that raises the most through the program an additional $20,000 to go to their chosen charity. Help Elysian raise the most funds for Northwest Harvest by stopping by for a pint of Wicked Frappe Blackberry Milkshake IPA, available starting Friday, Dec. 1!
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