Elysian Brewing Company Saddles Up for First Ever Distribution in the Lone Star State

SEATTLE, WA (July 13, 2016) – Seattle-born brewery, Elysian Brewing Company, has begun distribution in Texas. Known for both classic styles and their commitment to innovation and experimentation, Elysian has brewed over 350 different recipes since opening in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1996, and starting this month, will give Texas a taste for the first time.

Elysian’s Texas distribution begins in Houston and Dallas followed by San Antonio and Austin. By the end of the month, Texans can toast to the arrival of Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale Ale (6.4% ABV), Night Owl Pumpkin Ale (6.7% ABV), and Space Dust IPA (8.2% ABV).

Elysian’s summer seasonal, Superfuzz, is the first brew being poured in the Lone Star State. A medium-bodied, citrus summer seasonal featuring a whirl of the aromas and flavors of blood orange and Northwest hops. Ringing in the fall season early, Night Owl Pumpkin Ale, a spiced pumpkin ale brewed with ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, will also arrive on draft along with Space Dust IPA, a hoppy ale and Elysian’s flagship IPA.

Elysian beers will be available on draft at select bars and restaurants across Texas this month. To find a brew near you, use the Elysian Beer Locator.

For more information on Elysian Brewing, visit www.ElysianBrewing.com or visit them on Instagram and Twitter @ElysianBrewing and on Facebook at Facebook.com/ElysianBrewingCompany.


Three-time Large Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival, Elysian Brewing Company operates four neighborhood restaurants and a production brewery in Seattle, Washington. Known for both classic styles and for flexibility and innovation, Elysian has brewed over 350 different recipes since opening in 1996. While Elysian’s brewers use a variety of unusual ingredients, they are seasonally notorious for their pumpkin beers. Each year Elysian hosts the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where dozens of different pumpkin beers are poured, some of them from giant pumpkins.