The Spruce Tip IPA will be tapped at every Yard House location on Monday, December 7. The beer is part of the restaurant’s Chalkboard Series that features seasonal beers and rotates frequently. Each location will receive a limited quantity of the Spruce Tip IPA that is expected to last through mid-January with select locations offering the beer by the bottle for those who want purchase it to enjoy it at home.
While spruce tips have been used to brew beer for centuries, very few breweries today offer such a varietal. During the brewing process, the Rogue and Yard House teams let the fresh spruce tips, grown in Sitka, steep in the brew temporarily imparting their flavors into the Spruce Tip IPA.
The Spruce Tip IPA pairs nicely with just about anything on the Yard House menu, but is especially complementary to some of the offerings available on the restaurant’s holiday menu, such as the Lobster Mac N Cheese and Apple Cider Brined Pork Chop.