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“Where Can I Find Irish Death?” And Other Questions We’re Frequently Asked

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“Where Can I Find Irish Death?” And Other Questions We’re Frequently Asked


“Where can I find Irish Death?”

It’s a question we’re going to answer because many people out there in the beer universe have the same question.

Iron Horse Brewery’s beer is distributed in Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Montana and parts of Oregon. If you don’t live in one of those five states and have somehow developed a taste for our beer we suggest you move to one of those states immediately. Alternatively, you could order a bulk load of Irish Death from us, fly to Washington, rent a moving van, fill it with said ordered Irish Death, and drive it back to wherever you live to be consumed happily ever after. We don’t blame you if you don’t want to share with your friends after all that effort.

If you do live in one of those 5 states and want to know where you can find the latest holiday seasonal or where Irish Death is on tap at the moment use this handy dandy beer finder appSelect the beer you’re looking for. Input your zip code. Hit search and voila, some searching is done without the hassle of you having to call every beer store in the area.

Note: we advise you to call the location before riding your tricycle over to pick up a sixer of double rainbow, now available in cans, because those locations reflect availability within the last month and may be out of stock.

If you absolutely still can’t find a beer (that’s in season), and want to work with IHB to get it in a bar near you in 1 of those 5 states we listed, you can email with your desperate plea about why you need said beer in your local bar and how many of your friends you will persuade to buy it.

Round 2.

Can you ship us beer?

Update: Yes, to limited states.  Check it out here:

No. Legally we cannot ship you beer. As much as we’d love to send a box of beer to your doorstep, along with other random surprises like kazoos and a live iguana, we would get in serious trouble and probably never make or sell another bottle of beer again. That would mean about 55 hardworking people would be out of jobs, and even sadder, out of beer. A world without Irish Death is not one we want to experience. So we’ll keep the kazoos for ourselves.

Some of our fans have had success in convincing beer delivery sites such as: Malt and Vine, Tavour or Bring on the Beer  (defunct) to carry our beer in bottles. If you don’t see what you’re looking for online you can call those companies and tell them how desperate you are to get Irish Death shipped to you and how they would make all your beer dreams come true if they made it happen. And then repeat the process but with a slightly different voice so they think lots of people are requesting Irish Death. But seriously, we are grateful to those services for helping our fans get our beer in faraway places.

#3 Where’s the most remote place I can find your beer?

Good question. We’re not 100% sure how to respond. Do you consider a small hole in the road in Montana to be the most remote? Or do you think a small town in Alaska near the Bering Sea is more remote? Either way we’ve got it covered. You can find our beer at the Big Bull Bar and Grill in Winston, MT (population 147). You can also find it at the Alaska Commercial Value Center or the Nome Liquor Store in Nome, AK, which is where the Iditarod ends if you know what that is.

#4 Bring Irish Death to ___ (wherever the heck you live).

That wasn’t a question.

#5 Do you have plans to continue expanding?

Yes. But making plans is the first step toward having them fail. Or maybe sharing your plans is? Either way we’re not telling. YET.

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December 26, 2017 3:49 pm

My longest outstanding question is….when are you bring back my all time favorite beer, the BLACK IPA????

I know you are focusing on other beers to please the masses but this really is the best beer you’ve ever made. Please, I’m begging you, BRINNG IT BACK!

December 27, 2017 12:47 pm

Brian, we hear your question, and want you to know that you are not alone in this wish. We have confirmed there is at least 1 other person out there feeling the same way about Black IPA because he has messaged us multiple times on snapchat about it. Maybe you two could get together and start a petition that would eventually force us to bring it back. Maybe we could start a fight club event to replace the Dirtbag Carnival and could bring it back as an event exclusive beer. Or maybe we can get the local roller derby team to be the official sponsor of bringing back Black IPA.

It’s not on the slate for 2018, but that’s not to say it won’t ever come back. What about that beer made it your all-time favorite?

Harmonie Hills
December 17, 2019 1:51 pm

Well Irish death, I love your beer. Period. Long and far have I tasted to finally come upon the Irish death. And if you want- since I left you a great comment, you can send a keg my way!

M Murphy
September 6, 2018 12:18 pm

I absolutely love, love, love, love the Irish death beer. I first had it at the Salmon House Restaurant off Lake quileute which is 3 hours away from where I live in Camas. I mentioned the beer to a friend of mine and during my Labor Day search and rescue weekend training, he surprised me with a whole case of your delicious magical beverage… Please do not ever change your recipe! There are not very many beers that I absolutely irrevocably love, and Irish Death is way up there at the top for me.

September 7, 2018 2:07 pm

Sounds like that person deserves the friend of the year award for bringing you a whole case of your favorite beers. Thanks for taking the time to share this with us. You are a rad human and don’t worry, we have quality control checks in place to make sure our recipe doesn’t change even accidentally. Cheers.

Jeffrey Hasbrouck
April 15, 2019 2:16 pm

I live in Minnesota, and I need Irish death back in my life. Went to my folks in Washington and my best friend turned me on to it. I dont really drink anymore because I’m tired of light and crappy tasting beers.

I dont care who I have to kidnap, see if you cant get some Irish Death to west side liqour in St. Cloud and I’ll sacrifice a black chicken to the pagan gods for you!



April 18, 2019 1:57 pm

It may take a couple of chickens being sacrificed to get us there. We’re still working on our expansion plans, but we will let you know if we decide to come your way or at least closer. You are rad for being a fan.

William D McKeeby
February 15, 2021 12:38 am

so cal needs to be liberated from fake news and fake beer.. irish death brings life..true brew..!!

Steve-o Franks
May 2, 2021 4:46 pm

I had first Irish Death a few years ago,got addicted,cuz first taste was free at that little bar in Deer Lodge,Montana. Couldnt find it after,ordered a case of quarts from some supplier. I think it would do well in Vegas,baby! +, i live there, a thousand miles from your delicious concoction😢. I gave your and irish death request to LEE’S discount liquor in southern Nv. ,they are the largest liquor warehouses in lower Nv, seller of the year like 20yrs in a row~. I hope to rekindle my love for irish death soon!

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