But that parachutist is DB Cooper, the air pirate who in the 1970s boarded a plane in Portland, hijacked it to Seattle and then jumped—maybe to his death, but maybe not—from that same plane near Mount Saint Helens with fat stacks totaling $200,000.
Now what’s that have to do with the price of tea in China of smoked Pacific Northwest meat?
Nothing. But, as our mothers have always told us, it’s not what’s on the outside that counts—it’s what on the inside.
Like those 16 fluid ounces, 5.8 ABV and 60 IBUs of ambery red ale, made with Cascade and Centennial hops.
And because amber ales pair better with barbecue than any other beer, order one and take sips in between licking the sauce from your fingertips.
And get yours now, because this ale’s seasonal and won’t be around forever.