Cosmic Collaboration from Ecliptic and Georgetown Coming this Summer

Ecliptic Brewing is pairing up with Seattle’s Georgetown Brewing to release a Summer IPA. Shipping June 16th in 16-ounce cans and draft, this will be Ecliptic’s fourth Cosmic Collaboration of 2021.

Ecliptic + Georgetown Summer IPA is crafted to be an unfiltered IPA – but not fully hazy – brewed with Pale Malt, wheat and oats. Strata hops bring a strawberry punch and citrusy undertones while Idaho 7 hops impart juicy, tropical flavors. A huge dry hop and mid-range ABV help make this brew crushable for the heat of summer.

“We wanted to collab with Seattle breweries this year, and Georgetown was an easy choice,” says Ecliptic’s Owner and Brewmaster, John Harris. “Manny’s been brewing great beer with his team for years, including nabbing the Gold Medal in the IPA category at the GABF [Great American Beer Festival]. It’s an honor to work with them on an IPA.”

Georgetown Brewing’s Founder, Manny Chao, expresses similar sentiment towards Harris, saying, “I grew up in Beaverton (Oregon), and I drank many pints of Hammerhead and Wassail before starting a career in craft beer. It’s a huge honor for me to work with brewing legend, John Harris, in crafting a collaboration beer… and he’s a good dude! Thank you Ecliptic Brewing for working with us. Let’s drink!”

Ecliptic + Georgetown Summer IPA will be released in 16-ounce cans and draft throughout Ecliptic Brewing’s distribution network on June 16th. Visit Ecliptic’s website for up-to-date details on this release and virtual launch party.

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