The brewery is based in the Fairbanks area, so it’s a local option. Travelers can sip and sample the American-style pale ale free of charge starting March 3. Technically these flights will be doing their thing thanks to Horizon Air, but it’s all one big happy family under the Alaska Airlines umbrella.
Flyers can score six and half ounce pours of the microbrew, as flight attendants will start serving after 11am. The brewery even promises that the beer will be bottled in stainless steel containers each and every day, as they want to provide the freshest product possible. For those that need a little more, growlers are even available to go from the brewery's restaurant in the C Concourse at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.
Just note that other beer and wine options are always free on these types of flights, as Alaska Airlines is always passing out a few free ones on their flights operated by Horizon Air and SkyWest. There’s always at least one wine and one microbrew available—cheers!