Jared Vallejo

Something or Other

works in the Marketing department


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Jared Vallejo

It’s Just Beer.

I am often asked, “what’s your job like, marketing for iron horse brewery?” By often I mean 1 person, every 3 years, even though I have only officially been doing this job for 9 months. For the record, she is still the boss of me. My answer to this fictional-question-for-the-purpose-of-this-post is always the same. “it’s… Read more »

Jared Vallejo

We’re Coming to Vancouver, Officially.

Here’s the press release.  hash tags and all.   ####################### For Immediate Release Iron Horse Brewery Partners with Maletis Beverage, Invites themselves to Vancouver Kickoff events scheduled March 7th. ELLENSBURG, WA  (February 27, 2013)  Iron Horse Brewery and Maletis Beverage (www.maletis.com) have formed a strategic partnership to bring Iron Horse beer into Southwest Washington. Shipments… Read more »

Jared Vallejo

The Case of the Broken Bottler: A Lesson on Telling the Truth.

As you are most likely aware, we recently discovered an issue with our bottler, which deposited one 3 inch stainless steel off-gas compression tube into one of our 22oz bottles. Upon discovering the sanitary piece of stainless was missing, we immediately analyzed the potential impact of having said artifact the size of Andre the Giant’s… Read more »

Jared Vallejo

Dolarway Road Closed = Rerouting Fun

September 6th – October The West portion of Dolarway Road will be closed for 7-10 weeks from September 6th through the end of October. You will not be able to get to the Brewery from the west side of Dolarway during the closure; however, you can still get to the Brewery from the other direction:… Read more »

Jared Vallejo

What makes beer, beer?

Good question. Here’s an answer from Tyson, one of our great brewers. As with all good beer, it all starts with malted barley (sorry Japan). The huge array of different malt varieties and the flavors and aromas they produce is like coloring with the big box of crayons. Bready, nutty, caramel, coffee, chocolate are just… Read more »