Everyone’s favorite beer experimenters, Dark Sky Brewing is taking part in Flagstaff’s Lunar Legacy celebration.
“Next year it will be 50 years since we put human beings on that crazy satellite around the earth, the moon,” says Co-Founder, Nick Irvine. “We obviously wanted to be part of the celebration. Every month we’ll pick a beer and then through that month we give 10 percent of the beer sales of that specific beer to Lowell Observatory for their educational programs and all the awesome things they do there.
Irvine and his partners have been brewing since 2015 with the goal of pushing the boundaries on traditional tastes.
“It keeps us, both in the brewery and in life, excited and having a good time,” says Irvine. “These ideas come from a lot of different places. We might be inspired by another breweries beer that we’ve tasted and liked. We are also inspired by the culinary arts, you know a spice with a chocolate, a tart with a salty. And sometimes I don’t know where the ideas come from. We just have something pop into our heads and write it down on paper.”
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