Just this February, I told you about Payette Brewing Company out of Idaho. Their founder, Mike Francis, is a Boise native who spent some time in the Seattle area before returning to his home town to open Payette.
Payette’s beers first arrived in Seattle on February 15th and you can find their Rustler IPA, Rodeo Rye, North Fork Lager and Pistolero Porter at your local bottle shop. Now, joining that lineup is Payette’s Summer Seasonal, Fly Line. A Vienna style Lager, Fly Line arrives at Payette’s taproom in Boise on April 8th, and will appear soon after in cans across Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada.
Here is the full press release from Payette Brewing Company:
Boise, Idaho (April 4, 2016) – Payette Brewing announces the 2016 return of their Summer Seasonal, Fly Line Vienna Style Lager.Looking for the perfect summer catch? Look no further than Fly Line Vienna Lager as it hits taps and shelves in cans this April. With its slight hint of malt sweetness and subtle hop flavor, it consists of “reel” summer flavor. Brewed with Crystal and Magnum hops, Fly Line is a refreshing brew for those warm days in the coming months. At 5% ABV and 18 IBU’s, this sessionable golden lager goes down smooth while telling your friends about the one that got away.Fly Line will be available through August with select distribution in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada.Payette Brewing will celebrate with a Fly Line Release Party on April 8 at the tap room located at: 111 West 33rd Street, Boise, ID from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Idaho Angler will be joining in on the celebration with fly casting demonstrations, and P. Diddy’s Wrap Wagon will be available for dinner options. Contests and prizes will also be a part of the festivities.For more information on Fly Line Vienna Lager or Payette Brewing Company, visit www.PayetteBrewing.com.
—About Payette Brewing Company:Founded in Boise, ID by Michael Francis in 2010, Payette Brewing Company is proud to be Idaho’s largest brewery. The brewery currently runs a 15-barrel brewing system and offers six year-round beers, seasonal releases, various beers in the Ales of No Return series and their limited-Hoop & Stave Barrel-Aged bottle series. Payette is currently building a second production facility and tap room in downtown Boise with the capacity to produce 100,000 barrels annually, opening Spring 2016.
As the weather warms up out there, you palate might be craving a crisp Lager. Satisfy that craving with some Fly Line Vienna Lager. It will only be around until August, so get some while you can.
Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.