Fremont Brewing Releases Pride Kölsch For Pride Month

This month is Pride Month in Seattle and across the nation.  There are several Pride themed events happening around Seattle, culminating on June 23-25, when the Pride Parade, Seattle PrideFest, Trans Pride, and Seattle Dyke March & Rally will take place.

Fremont Brewing Company supports Pride Month and cares about the safety and self-determination of the LGBTQ community. They also want to help foster an LGBTQ presence in the craft beer World.  To that end, they are preparing once again this year to release their Pride Kölsch, which will arrive just in time for all of Seattle Pride Month’s biggest events.

14738936 – aluminum cans isolated on white

Here is the full press release from Fremont Brewing Company:

SEATTLEFremont Brewing of Seattle, Washington will be releasing its Pride Kölsch again this year in celebration of Pride month. Pride Kölsch will be distributed across Washington on draft and in 16oz cans to coincide with Pride events state-wide. Fremont will host their official Pride Kickoff Celebration featuring two Pride Kölsch infusions at their Urban Beer Garden on June 22, 2017 from 5-10pm. Proceeds from Pride Kölsch sales will be donated to Lambert House and Ingersoll Gender Center.

The vision behind Pride Kölsch is to create and foster an LGBTQ community within the craft beer world, to stand up for the safety and self-determination of this community, and to ensure that everyone can be proud of who they are, who they like, and what they drink.

Using local Skagit Valley malt and Huell Melon and Laurel hops, Pride Kölsch delivers a crisp, refreshing summer taste. “With every sip, you are supporting and strengthening a world where we can be ourselves no matter what,” said Nik Hagen, Fremont’s Community Outreach Liaison and Pride Kölsch Project Lead. “Queer members of staff were involved with every step of the beer from its inception to the brew, and all of us here at Fremont could not be more excited to share it!”

Pride Kölsch is all about love. A love for beer, a love for each other, and supporting and fighting for the indisputable right to love.

THE COPY: Pride, it’s not just about the rainbows, unicorns, and glitter; it’s about celebrating queerness and standing up for the safety and self-determination of the LGBTQ community. Really, it’s all about love. Our goal with this beer is to create and foster a community for LGBTQ people and friends in the craft beer world. Be proud of who you are, who you like, and what you drink. The proceeds of this beer go to funding organizations supporting and fighting for the LGBTQ community in Seattle and the surrounding area. Here’s to Pride, here’s to you.

With love, the Team at Fremont.

DOWN & DIRTY: Skagit Copeland and Skagit White Wheat malts with Huell Melon and Loral hops.
ABV: 4.8% IBU: 20
COLOR: Straw, slight haze
AROMA: Grassy, citrus, strawberry, light malt
FLAVOR: Melon, berry, orange peel, grassy

About Fremont Brewing
Fremont Brewing is a family-owned craft brewery founded in 2009 to brew artisan beers made with the best local ingredients we can find. Our beer is distributed in kegs, cans, and 22 oz. bottles and can be enjoyed every day at our kid- and dog-friendly Urban Beer Garden in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. Because Beer Matters!

Mark your calendar now and come on out to Fremont Brewing next Thursday the 22nd to pick up some Pride Kölsch and show your support for the LGBTQ community.  It’s also the only place you’ll be able to try the two special Pride Kölsch infusions Fremont will have available in their Urban Beer Garden.  What better way to celebrate your support for LGBTQ pride, all while enjoying some delicious craft beer.  As noted above proceeds from Pride Kölsch sales will be donated to Lambert House and the Ingersoll Gender Center.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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