While it wasn’t supposed to happen until Monday, Payette Brewing Co. released its new cans of Outlaw IPA and North Fork Lager into the retail market place Friday afternoon, just in time for a balmy sunny-in-the-70s spring weekend.
The Boise Co-Op has sixers of the Outlaw and North Fork for 8.34 (plus tax). Those join the already available Payette Pale Ale and North Fork Lager for the same price.
The Co-Op also has five varieties of Sockeye Brewing beers in cans, including the flagship Dagger Falls IPA, Galena Gold Ale, and Hell Diver Pale Ale in sixers for $7.74. (16 ounce cans of Maibock and 12 ouncers of Devils Tooth Barley wine cost more).
So there is no excuse for we Boise beer people not to drink local this weekend as we fire up the grill, pull out some lawnchairs, or perhaps do some mountain recreating.
Click here to read more about the burgeoning local craft beer retail market, which is rapidly becoming pretty competitive. Stage your own local IPA or Pale Ale thunderdome this weekend!
Not sure if the Payette cans are available at other beer stores this weekend, so call your favorite package store first. I can vouch for the Co-Op.