Lucky Envelope announces Washington Wild benefit beer and late July releases

by | Jul 28, 2021

Washington Wild is teaming up with one of our local Lucky Envelope Brewing to celebrate the release of Public Lands Pilsner. This beer was created with a mission to help spread the word about the value and the importance of protecting the lands that surround our water sources. The link between healthy water sources and great beer is inextricable.

Washington Wild is a nonprofit organization that protects wild lands and rivers in Washington state through advocacy, education, and civic engagement. Within Washington Wild, the Washington Brewshed Alliance works with 70 brewing industry partners across the state to advance its mission of protecting the water sources that are essential for the production of great beer. 


Beer: Peach Barrel-Aged Coolship Sour Ale (6.0% ABV)

Availability: Currently Available On Draft

Description: A blend of reserve Coolship Blonde Sour Ale barrels were combined with 60lbs per barrel of peach puree to create a puckeringly tart sour with subtle notes of Brettanomyces funk and flowery undertones of peach peel. Our spontaneous fermentation coolship program began in 2018 in front of Lucky Envelope Brewing. This process involves cooling beers in open air and allowing them to be inoculated with truly local microflora and fauna.

Beer: Lucky Family Dry-Hopped Rice Lager (5.0% ABV) Collaboration with Urban Family Brewing

Availability: Wednesday, July 21st Release On Draft and 4-Pack Cans ($17)

Description: We are very excited to collaborate with our friends and neighbors at Urban Family Brewing to bring you our second iteration of our Lucky Family dry-hopped Rice Lager. A base of Weyermann Pilsner malt and flaked rice is patiently fermented with LE’s house lager strain and dry-hopped with Strata and Citra.

Beer: Public Lands Pilsner (5% ABV) Collaboration with Washington Wild

Availability: Friday, July 23rd release on draft and 4-pack cans ($17)

Description: This perfectly crisp summer Pilsner celebrates the importance of protecting and preserving Washington State’s wild lands. Our dry-hopped American Pilsner features all WA-sourced ingredients with malt from Skagit Valley Malting and Citra and Mosaic hops from Yakima Chief Hops. A portion of proceeds from Public Lands Pilsner goes towards keeping Washington green and wild. Lucky Envelope, Skagit Valley Malting, and Yakima Chief Hops are proud members of the Washington Brewshed® Alliance, a program of Washington Wild. Together, we’re working to protect wild lands and beer’s most important ingredient: water.

Beer: Nelson Juicy IPA (6.3% ABV)

Availability: Friday, July 30th Release On Draft and 4-Pack Cans ($17)

Description: The Nelson Juicy IPA showcases heavy whirlpool and dry hops of Nelson Sauvin balanced out with a touch of Mosaic. Nelson Sauvin hops are grown in the Nelson region of New Zealand and are coveted for their intense notes of crushed grape and tropical fruit.

Washington Wild is also hosting a giveaway for a chance to win a Washington Wild-branded GRAYL water purifier! Here’s how to enter:⠀

  • Post a photo on Instagram of a can of Public Lands Pilsner in the wild before August 27 (remember to always pack in, pack out, and respect the land).⠀
  • Tag @wa_wild + @luckyenvbrewing and use the hashtag #publiclandspilsner
  • That’s it! You’re automatically entered to win a GRAYL water purifier”

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