Thursday, June 27th, 2024

Peaks and Pints Beer Flight: Single Hill Brewing


Hops are one of Washington’s most prominent crops, their farmers powering the global brewing industry by growing almost 75 percent of the nation’s hop acreage in the state, almost all of which is in the Yakima Valley. A handful of craft breweries sit close to said hops, including Single Hill Brewing. In August 2016, Ty Paxton and Zach Turner opened Single Hill in an old JC Penney Tire Center in downtown Yakima. The two first met at a cider pressing party that a mutual friend was hosting in 2013. Three years later, over pints at Bale Breaking Brewing, the two hatch the idea for a community-based brewery in a town dear to their hearts. Today, Peaks & Pints presents an in-house flight of Single Hill beer — a flight we call Peaks and Pints Beer Flight: Single Hill Brewing.

Peaks and Pints Beer Flight: Single Hill Brewing

Single Hill Pay It No Mind

6.5% ABV

Brewed in Collaboration with Yakima Pride, Pay it No Mind hazy IPA is brewed with Citra, Mosaic, and Eclipse hops for ripe pineapple and berry flavors.

Single Hill Not My Monkeys

6.6% ABV

Juicy, hazy Not My Monkeys IPA is a supernova of modern savory and sweet hop flavors that’s well balanced.

Single Hill Six

7% ABV

In celebration of their sixth anniversary, Single Hill brewed this West Coast IPA with Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy, Centennial, Idaho 7, and Mosaic hops for reserved bitterness and notes of mango, pineapple, and tangerine.

Single Hill Machine Breaker

6.6% ABV

Single Hill asks you to, “Break out of system, rebel against the machine, drink dark beer all year round!” Machine Breaker export stout is made to satisfy your desires for roasty chocolate malt and bitter coffee flavors.

Single Hill Parallax

10.5% ABV

Single Hill ages this American barleywine in Westland Single Malt American Whiskey barrels that previously held bourbon and rye whiskey. The oak, vanilla, and spice flavors from these barrels stands up to and balances the driving caramel and butterscotch malt flavors of the base barleywine. Parallax took second place in the 2024 Untapp’d Community Awards for American Barleywine, right below Urban Family.

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