Mother Earth Brew Co. announced the highly anticipated return of Timber Giant Pale, brewed just in time for ‘Treefort’ — Idaho’s largest music fest.

Mother Earth Brew Co. announced the highly anticipated return of Timber Giant Pale, brewed just in time for ‘Treefort’ — Idaho’s largest music fest.

Mother Earth Brew Co. Announces Return of “Timber Giant” Pale Ale

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Mother Earth Brew Co. is pleased to announce the highly anticipated return of Timber Giant Pale, brewed just in time for ‘Treefort’ — Idaho’s largest music fest.

Making its debut in 2019 during the Treefort Music Fest held in downtown Boise, Idaho, Timber Giant garnered critical acclaim while also quenching the taste buds of tens-of-thousands of eager fest-goers and craft beer fans alike with its aggressively hopped, yet sessionable nature.

“As a brewer, Timber Giant is everything you want from a beer, especially if you are day-drinking [laughs]. It’s loaded with hops, but is really light on the palate and easy to drink; not to mention the honor to brew a beer associated with an event that means so much to the community,” said Christopher Baker/Director of Brewing Operations, Mother Earth.

Timber Giant will be available beginning in early February and lasting through March as well as being available at Treefort Music Fest. Mother Earth’s Nampa and Vista Tap Rooms will release the beer Saturday, February 1st as part of a double beer release party. Their Vista location will be the exclusive location outside the state of Idaho to carry it. Details are available at motherearthbrewco.com/word.

Stay tuned for additional beer release announcements throughout the year brewed by one of America’s finest independent craft breweries, Mother Earth Brew Co.

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