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Hop Scotch is a benefit for the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).

SIFF’s mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world.

An ale that has all the chocolate and roasted nut flavor of a classic Porter, with an enigmatic surprise thrown in for good measure.

This beer is an experience you will not duplicate in a can or a bottle…only when properly poured with nitrogen and CO2 blended gas.

#1 Back in Black | Black IPA 6.8%, IBU:65 Brewed like an American IPA but with the addition of rich, dark malts, this beer has all the flavor and hop character you expect with a smooth, mellow finish. From the explorers of the 1700s through the Gold Rush, many a thirsty Alaskan has been able to enjoy locally made beers.

#2 Bitter American | Pale Ale 4.2%, IBU:44 Our extra Pale Ale has lower alcohol but all the flavor and hop aroma you expect from a much bigger beer. In 1986, 28-year-olds Marcy and Geoff Larson reignited that tradition when they opened the Alaskan Brewing Company, the 67th brewery in the country and the first brewery in Juneau since Prohibition.

#3 Dos Equis Lager | Lager 4.5% Dos Equis Lager is a crisp, golden, and refreshing beer.

It is brewed with pure malt, hops, and water to deliver a unique taste with a dramatic, bracing quality.


This classic, 6.5% abv Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter is filled with rich flavors and aromas of roasted malt, chocolate, and peanut butter that last from first sip to smooth, dry finish. (NITRO) Roasted malt and coffee flavors build the foundation of this creamy milk stout.

Alaskan beers reflect many of the same characteristics of beers that were brewed here during the gold rush era.

From the historically based Alaskan Amber recipe to alder-smoked malts and Sitka spruce tips, Alaskan beers reflect Juneau’s local brewing history and innovation.

#1 Heineken | Lager 5% A horizontal fermentation process results in unsurpassed clarity and brightness, and makes Heineken’s characteristic taste as good on draught as it is in a bottle.

The smooth, full-bodied lager has a complexity that balances between fruity notes and a distinctive bitter taste.This gives it a gentle hoppiness, a mild aroma, and a subtle, fruity bite.


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