Bale Breaker Brewing Company is a new brewery in Moxee, WA, but our story starts back in 1932, when our great-grandparents planted our family's first five-acre hop field in the Yakima Valley. Now, 80 years later, our love of hops and passion for craft beer has led us to where we are today - in the midst of building a craft brewery surrounded by our family's hop fields, just minutes from where we were born and raised.
Bale Breaker Brewing Company will focus on handcrafted ales that showcase Yakima Valley hops and will celebrate Yakima's status as one of the leading hop growing regions in the world. We're optimistic that we will be pouring pints at our on-site tasting room and distributing kegs and cans to local bars, restaurants, and grocery stores this winter. Visit our website or like us on Facebook to follow our progress. Cheers!
India Pale Ale - 6.8% ABV | 70 IBU
Our flagship IPA is a well-balanced yet aggressive West Coast IPA that showcases Yakima Valley hops at their finest. Late additions of Simcoe®, Citra®, Ahtanum™, and Mosaic® give this beer its complex citrus, fruity, and floral aroma and flavor. Named for a unique piece of farm equipment that removes hop vines from the trellis during the annual hop harvest, Topcutter IPA delivers loads of hoppiness all year long.
FIELD 41 PALE ALE
American Pale Ale - 4.4% ABV | 38 IBU
Don’t be fooled by the powerful hop aroma of Field 41 Pale Ale. This perfectly sessionable, but generously dry-hopped, Pale Ale drinks easy with a smooth bitterness and is named for the hop field that is home to Bale Breaker Brewing Company. Light and refreshing, it’s the perfect beer for a day on the river or afternoon on the slopes.
PILED HIGH IMPERIAL FRESH HOP ALE
Fresh Hop Ale - 8.2% ABV | 100+ IBU
Brewed on a hop farm, Piled High Imperial Fresh Hop Ale just might be one of the freshest Fresh Hop Ales around. The hops used in this beer were handpicked from the fields surrounding Bale Breaker Brewing Company minutes before being added to the brew kettle. This recipe uses exclusively fresh hops, from bittering to “wet” hopping, and at 23 pounds of fresh hops per barrel, it’s meant for only the most serious of hop heads.