Introducing Rainier Pale Mountain Ale
We are proud to introduce Rainier Pale Mountain Ale, which is Rainier’s first new beer in nearly 20 years. It is offered in unique 16-oz. bottles in six packs, and on draught. You can find it throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Northern California at bottle shops, grocery stores, convenience stores, bars and restaurants.
Proudly brewed in Washington
In 2016 Rainier Brewing announced it would bring brewing operations back to its home state of Washington for the first time in 13 years. In partnership with Craft Brewing Alliance, Rainier will brew new beers at the Redhook Brewery. This exciting new partnership will allow Rainier to create and introduce new beers in the future.
It’s the Flavor that Sets Us apart
The first new beer from Rainier in nearly 20 years is Rainier Pale Mountain Ale. Inspired by pale ales made by Rainier Brewing Company just after Prohibition, Rainier Pale Mountain Ale is handcrafted with two-row barley to provide a solid malt backbone and hopped with Yakima Valley hops. This beer is well balanced with a crisp, citrus finish.
Rainier Beer has been a Northwest classic since 1878 and has won both Silver and Gold Medals at the Great American Beer Festival. It recently won a Gold Medal at the World Beer Cup for American-Style Lager in 2016. Rainier Brewing Company has been committed to brewing and offering the finest mountain fresh beers since 1878, which is 11 years before Washington became a state. The history of Rainier lives on in every can, bottle and pint of Rainier Lager and Rainier Pale Mountain Ale.