TWO COUSINS WHO FOUND THEMSELVES ON A MAP IN BETWEEN TWO CRAFT BEER MECCAS
“Ashtown was conceptualized on a cold morning around a homebrewing setup in Longview Washington by two cousins who found themselves on a map in between two craft beer meccas and knew something needed to change to bring good beer to a vacant area.
In September of 2013 Ashtown opened their doors bringing local hand crafted ales to Southwest Washington. Ashtown believes in its community and the change it can make on a local level.”
For episode 98, we enjoyed a few pints of Bridge Bender IPA. It was hopped with a good amount of bitterness, but it lacked a memorable jostle to the palette making it somewhat forgettable. It did go down easy, and paired well with the excellent burgers and potato wedges delivered from across the street by food truck Eaterations.
7.3% ABV | 60 IBU