Celebrate National Beer Day with these local beers

It’s National Beer Day. Here’s A Look At The Best Of Each Type Of Beer And How To Pair Them With Food
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SPOKANE, Wash. — Wednesday is National Beer Day and we can’t think of a better place to celebrate than at a local brewery.

Spokane and Coeur d’Alene have more breweries than we can count, but if you’re looking to try something new, the 4 News Now team is here to help.

Here are some of our recommendations to help you enjoy the perfect pint.

Perry Street Brewing’s Kumquat IPA -Erin Robinson, Digital Content Manager

“Perry Street’s Kumquat IPA is hands down my favorite beer in Spokane. It only comes around once a year (right now!) and it’s always a hot commodity. It’s a refreshing pint and there is no better way to enjoy it than on a sunny day.”

No-Li Brewhouse’s Born and Raised – Olivia Roberts, Reporter and Morning Associated Producer

“No-Li’s Born and Raised is hoppy, but not too hoppy. The best time to drink this beer is on No-Li’s patio after paddle boarding all the way there.”

Genus Brewing’s Count Chocula Imperial Stout – Steven Vasquez, News Producer

“The Count Chocula Imperial Stout from Genus is a nice stout that is not too sweet and not too bitter.”

YaYa Brewing’s “The Departed – Derek Smith, Graphics

“‘The Departed’ is bitter, but crisp. Great for summer evenings!”

Mac & Jack’s Amber Ale – Maher Kawash, Reporter

“It’s not totally local, but it is made in Washington and can be found on taps across the INW. It’s the first beer I’ve ever really loved because it’s just so smooth.”

Are you out enjoying a beer today? Show us what you’re drinking by submitting your photos below.