KEXP Transistor IPA


KEXP and Scuttlebutt Brewing Company have partnered to create Transistor IPA, a refreshing, session friendly Northwest IPA that will help fund KEXP.

Transistor IPA is available at retail establishments throughout greater Seattle, and 100% of the net proceeds benefiting KEXP. The beer is on shelves of local grocery stores in 12oz bottle six packs and can be found on tap at popular restaurants, clubs, bottle shops, and in the Scuttlebutt Brewing tasting room.

“We are very excited to work with Scuttlebutt,” said KEXP Morning Show host John Richards. “They are a local, family run, family owned brewery who makes great beer, and we are a Seattle based radio station run by the community, for the community – it couldn’t be a better pair. We are grateful for this partnership and can’t wait to share this delicious beer with the city.”

Scuttlebutt is a respected pioneer of the burgeoning Northwest craft beer scene. Founded in 1996 in Everett, Scuttlebutt is a family owned and operated brewery with an ever growing product line – producing 20 styles of hand-crafted ales over the past 19 years.

“KEXP has been enriching lives in our community for a long time,” said Scuttlebutt founder Phil Bannan Sr., “and we are thrilled to be able to support their evolution into an even more public facing arts organization.”

Transistor IPA is a crisp and session-friendly brew, with floral and woody hop notes and a beautiful golden hue. It is brewed with the Northwest’s finest ingredients including: barley from Vancouver (WA); Columbus, Chinook, Glacier and Nugget hops from Yakima Valley (WA); yeast from Odell (OR); and some of the nation’s finest drinking water from the Spada Reservoir in the Cascade Mountains.


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