Alaska Airlines is one of the most lauded air carriers in America, and here’s yet another reason to love this airline. Saint Archer Brewing Co. recently announced a new partnership with Alaska. Saint Archer’s White Ale is now available, AT NO EXTRA CHARGE, to customers 21 years and over on select regional flights throughout the Western United States. These include flights from San Diego to Mammoth Lakes, Boise, Fresno/Yosemite, Santa Rosa, Monterey and Salt Lake City.
The White Ale recently took the Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival and will join Alaska Airlines’ long-standing commitment to offering premium food and beverage service on all flights.
Alaska Airlines is pleased to provide locally sourced food and beverages onboard all flights, including craft beers and wines at no extra charge on regional operated flights. This kind of forward-looking devotion to customer service and needs has made Alaska a favorite of Saint Archer Ambassadors, many of whom travel up to 150 days a year. A partnership between the two brands was a natural outgrowth of shared values:
“At the core of Saint Archer is a thirst for exploration,” said Josh Landan, President and Founder of Saint Archer. “Our ambassadors and brewers are always looking for that next adventure or a new beer that’s just beyond the horizon. Alaska Airlines’ believes great food and drink is part of every adventure, which fits well with Saint Archer’s mission. We couldn’t be more excited to start this new partnership.”
As part of the new partnership, Saint Archer will be documenting its ambassadors — including pro surfer Taylor Knox, pro snowboarder Pat Moore, and pro skateboarder Mikey Taylor— as they continue their world exploration on Alaska Airlines. The result will be a series of short films telling their unique stories as they travel along Alaska’s adventurous route map. Click here to watch the first installment.