We’re proud to have Lompoc Brewing doing our shop taps, this week featuring two late summer pale ales. Lompoc brewing is a local institution, opened first in 1996. In the ensuing years, it has changed hands a few times, but their quality and their mission have remained consistent through the years. Lompoc strives to be a go-to neighborhood watering hole, with family friendly atmosphere and a constantly rotating cast of seasonal ales and lagers.
This week, we’ve got the Pamplemousse and their 207 Pale in. Pamplemousse is a delicious and refreshing citrus IPA. Four kinds of hops paired with real grapefruit juice makes it perfect for warm September afternoons. The 207 Pale is a limited edition brew, the winner of the Pride of Cascadia award as a part of the Timbers Army’s annual home brew competition. The winning beer gets brewed and served at local breweries including Lompoc, Widmer Brothers, and Base Camp Brewing. As such, this beer is a very exciting one-off, available only until we run out!