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Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest beer, The Subtle Blend Cherries, a native yeast ale refermented on multiple varietals of Skagit Valley cherries harvested from the Washington State University research orchards in Mount Vernon, and bottle conditioned with local fireweed honey.
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Garden Path Fermentation announces the release of their newest edition of Ron’s Not Bitter, a native yeast fermentation take on a classic UK-style bitter.
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Northwest Washington is one of the few places in the country, maybe the world, where everything you need to make beer grows naturally, with a gentle enough climate to support natural fermentation without temperature control. Skagit County has some of the best soil in the world in which to grow these ingredients, and it’s also always pretty damn beautiful here. We want to share this place we love with the rest of the world, through our products, and by inviting everyone to our tasting room to experience it themselves.