April 9, 2012 – Maritime Pacific Brewing Company is releasing its Spring Seasonal offering, Maybock, this Thursday evening
Maybock is a traditional Helles Bock or Maibock style lager typically brewed to mark the beginning of spring. Brewed using the finest malts from
and the Germany Pacific Northwest it has a noticeably clean, toasted malt flavor and is brilliantly copper. Unlike typical European brewed Helles Bocks, Maybock is aggressively hopped giving it a more pronounced hop aroma and a pleasing bitterness that lingers just long enough. At 6.5% ABV and a modest 32 IBUs, Maybock is a perfect springtime lager best enjoyed sitting in the sun watching the cherry trees blossom.
A crowd favorite, Maybock took a year long hiatus to make way for the 2011 Seattle Beer Week beer, Decompression. It has been developing its unique flavors and aromas for 4 weeks in the conditioning tank, as is tradition in brewing a lager. The beer release will take place on
April 12, 2012, in the Jolly Roger Taproom starting at . There will be special pricing on pints of Maybock so come and celebrate of the beginning of spring.
Maritime Pacific and The Jolly Roger Taproom, located near Historic Ballard, is a small, family-owned brewery featuring hearty fare as well as world-class ales and lagers. The 40 barrel brewhouse produces over 6,600 barrels per year for its taproom and for distribution throughout the
Puget Sound and the area. Spokane
The Jolly Roger Taproom features eleven (11) different Maritime beers at all times with two (2) cask conditioned ales on the beer engines. Happy Hour runs from 3 to 6 pm, Monday through Friday, with a great menu of food and $3 pints. The Taproom is located at
1111 NW Ballard Way, is kid friendly, and its hours are: Monday through Thursday from to ; Friday and Saturday from to ; and Sunday from to .
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