Hive Five Returns In Cans Year Round From Pike Brewing

Last year, I told you about a new Spring Seasonal from Pike Brewing Company: Hive Five – a tasty collaboration between Pike Brewing Company and Salish Lodge & Spa. Salish has 120,000 honey bees that live in their apiaries, which produce 600 pounds of superb and local honey every year. Pike’s brewers use this honey to brew Pike Hive Five.

After last year’s release, Hive Five was so popular that Pike has decided to bring it back year-round.  Starting now, you’ll be able to pick up Hive Five year-round in cans at Pike Brewing Company and your local craft beer retailer.

Here is some more information from Pike Brewing Company:

With a surprisingly dry and crisp flavor and a slight clover like essence of honey at the finish, Pike Hive Five is springtime in a glass. This light and flavorful hopped honey ale comes to cans just in time for local beer lovers to take along on picnics, hikes and long days on the water.

Pike Hive Five is brewed with superb local honey from the Salish Lodge & Spa’s bees, which adds dimension to the biscuity flavor of wholesome malt and aromatic Yakima Valley hops.

ABV 5.0%    IBU 26    OG 1.050     °L 4

Pike Hive Five is available now at Puget Sound area retailers and at The Pike Pub. This is the second can from Pike Brewing Company, following Pike Space Needle Golden IPA.

Drop by Pike Brewing today, pick up some cans of Hive Five and start celebrating Spring a bit early.  Feel like pampering yourself even more?  Why not book a getaway to the Salish Lodge & Spa today?

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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