Aug. 7, 2017

Two Breweries Partner to Create A Solar Eclipse Collaboration Brew

by New Release

Inspired by the upcoming solar eclipse which will cut a swath right through the middle of Idaho, like-minded breweries Mother Earth Brew Co. and Payette Brewing Co. collaborated to create a beer that will bend space and time while you join the masses in observing and celebrating this monumental celestial event. “LUNARtic”- Anti-Gravity Ale with Comet and Galaxy hops and Mosaic lupulin dust. At just 4.8% ABV, this Session Pale Ale is sure to quench your thirst, while still allowing you to properly focus through your SAFE Solar Viewing Glasses! 

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Jan. 25, 2016

Mother Earth Set to Begin Construction on Nampa Brewery

Mother Earth Brew Co. intends to take possession of the former Syngenta Seed building in Nampa on Feb. 1 with hopes to be brewing beer by June. Mother Earth beer, now brewed near San Diego, became available in stores across Idaho in late October. Sixteen Albertsons stores are about to start carrying the brand, Mother Earth owner Daniel Love said.

So far, he said, the Boo Koo IPA and Sin Tax Peanut Butter Stout are his best sellers in Idaho. Mother Earth will be the largest craft beer brewer in Idaho if it meets Love’s projection of 22,000 barrels in the first year in Nampa. Love believes he will produce 10,000 to 15,000 barrels by the end of 2016.

Nov. 17, 2016

New Hops Mill and Pilot Brewery Breaks Ground in Southwest Idaho

by Admin

To serve Idaho’s growing craft brew industry and foster stronger partnerships, community and business leaders broke ground on Mill 95 in Wilder, Idaho this afternoon. The facility will feature two cold storage buildings, the region’s first hops pelletizing mill, and a pilot brewery aimed at bringing brewers and hop farmers together.

Idaho is the nation’s third largest hop growing region with more than 5,000 acres planted. According to the Idaho Hops Commission, 75% of that acreage is located just west of Boise. Mill 95’s owners are building the facility in the heart of hop country, on 20 acres at the corner of Highway 95 and Howe Road in Wilder. 

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