Where is the Alaska brewing company?
All our beer is brewed and bottled at our facility here in Juneau, and we’re proud to serve and sell it fresh from the source! At the Tasting Room, we sell individual bottles, 6-packs, 12-packs and cases of our beers, as well as 5-gallon kegs (about 40 16-oz pints) of beer.
Where is Alaskan Amber Ale brewed?
History. Alaskan Amber is based on a recipe from a turn-of-the-century brewery in the Juneau area. It was voted “Best Beer in the Nation” in the 1988 Great American Beer Festival Consumer Poll.
What kind of beer is Alaskan white?
Alaskan White Ale is based on a Belgian-style witbier, literally translated to “white beer.” White beers, or “witbieren,” are named for the suspended wheat proteins creating a cloudy appearance in this unfiltered beer.
When was Alaskan Amber made?
That beer is now known as Alaskan Amber. In December 1986, Alaskan Brewing Co. officially began operations when Geoff, Marcy and 10 volunteers spent 12 hours hand packaging the first 253 cases of Alaskan Amber for distribution in Juneau, Alaska.
What is the most popular beer in Alaska?
ALASKA: Corona Corona can be enjoyed just about anywhere, and even though its commercials commonly feature beaches, as shown here, you can also enjoy it from the snowy mountain tops in Alaska.
What is the northernmost brewery in Alaska?
Silver Gulch Brewery
America’s Northernmost Brewery Silver Gulch Brewery is the northernmost brewery in America. It is about 12 miles north of Fairbanks in the town of Fox, Alaska, which is just a few degrees shy of being within the Arctic Circle.
Why is it called pale ale?
The term “pale ale” is derived from the “pale” malts used by English breweries like Bass & Co. Their Middle Brewery is depicted above circa 1887. Coke became the preferred fuel of the iron and steel industry in England early on, and was adopted by many other industries.