Send It

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Send It

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Going for it. Slam through it. All in. Balls to the wall. F#%k It. Send it. They’re not just words. They’re a lifestyle. And it’s calling you.

You want to hit the slopes with your friends and take that big jump you’ve been eyeing? Sure, it’s three times anything you’ve ever done before and your odds of landing it are slimmer than your favorite meat stick. Send It.

You want to quit college to become a brewer for an indie beer company even though you know you’re going to be working all the nights and weekends in the foreseeable future and might only get paid in beer? Send It.

How about attempting a marathon without real training? Send It. Instead of thinking “what if…” just go for it. Catch that wave. Get that tattoo. Chase a f*#^ing tornado.

Send It is for the beer drinker who is living their life one bold move at a time. They jump, fall down, then get up and go harder because they enjoy the rush. They don’t have a bucket list because they’re doing what they want right now. Because waiting can wait.

The liquid is a pale ale that also knows how to crank. At 5.25% ABV it’s a highly drinkable, middle-tier abv beer with moderate hop intensity but full sendability. This beer is made with Citra (™) and Comet hops and has 37 IBU. We recommend pairing it with being rad and your best friend, Jerry.

What are you waiting for?

Send It.

 

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11 Comments

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Al Quiocho
July 1, 2018 9:38 am

Thanks for the description of the beer. I will have to try it.

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Pam Nelsen
July 3, 2018 1:34 pm

Having a heck of a time finding it on the west side of the mountain. I just tried total wine and more in Federal Way and hour ago and still none! HELP!!! SEND IT!

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Jared Vallejo
Jared Vallejo
July 3, 2018 2:23 pm

Hi Pam. We have word that Winco Foods in Federal Way received some in the last two weeks. We still recommend calling ahead to check they still have it.

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Paula Rodriquez
July 28, 2018 6:22 am

Never heard those two words put together and used this way. So that’s very much a unique name. I like your beers. But that name does not make me thirsty or I don’t know it’s just kind of strange

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Tom
September 16, 2018 5:52 am

Watch Larry Enticer.

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Mike
November 29, 2018 9:25 am

Are you silly?! I’m still gonna send ittt

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Christy Lesko
February 8, 2019 6:14 pm

I can’t find this ANYwhere…no distributors in AZ CA TX etc… I’m a skydive pilot and we Send It all day everyday… it’s been the answer to everything for years…”you ready for the ramp? SEND IT!” So I need copious amounts of this beer for me & my jumpers!!

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ironhorsebrewery
ironhorsebrewery
February 11, 2019 9:41 am

Hi Christy,
We think it’s rad that you are looking to send it. Any chance you skydive in the Pacific Northwest? Because we’re only distributed in WA, OR, ID, MT & AK right now. That’d be why you can’t find it in AZ, CA or TX. We hope you can get a trip up here so you can try the beer!

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Christy
August 9, 2019 5:59 pm

I really need a bunch of Send It beer for a Skydive party….any chance it can be shipped??

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Christy
August 9, 2019 6:00 pm

I really need a bunch of Send It beer for a Skydive party…. any chance it can be shipped??

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Oscar Stout
October 14, 2019 7:30 pm

Ok I found it in a shopping cart marked half price in Idaho…I figured worst case I could marinate meat with it whilst “sending” half can down my gullet….WRONG! Full can reserved for my pallet and the meat was treated to to PBR. Three cans and 24 oz. Of buttery broasted ribeye later…HOLY SMOKING COWS this beer is BRILLIANT!! As I guy who used to call the “shots,” SEND IT is a clean HEAD SHOT with nothing to apologize for except that it only comes in 6 packs. Pick your favorite… and Split a SEND IT.

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