Friday, May 27, 2016
Labels: Bellingham, Brewery Event, Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen, Katie Johnson
Brewery News: Kent: Airways Brewing announces updated logo, new taproom location, and expanded hours.
"Festival News: OR: Portland: Portland Fruit Beer Festival" draft list announced. Tickets still on sale!
Labels: Festival News, Portland, Portland Beer Week, Portland Fruit Beer Festival
... Portland, OR -
The 6th annual Portland Fruit Beer Festival announces their largest beer & cider list yet, with more participating breweries and cideries than ever before. The festival also makes a new home at a larger and greener location in the North Park Blocks. Twenty-Nine Breweries and Seven Cideries combine for Thirty-Six regularly pouring taps, plus a selection of rare and rotating tap lines that will shift through even rarer small kegs throughout the festival. All together over 60 different beers will be poured.
Almanac: Apricot de Brettavill
Almanac: Farmer's Reserve Blackberry
Ballast Point: Watermelon Double IPA
Bend Brewing: Plum Provisional Sour
Bend Brewing: Lovely Cherry Baltic Porter
Wander Brewing: Sour Cherry Millie
Wander Brewing: Cranberry Fruit Puncheon
Fat Head's: Gin Barrel Aged Prickly Pear Saison
Hopworks: Smoke Cherrywood and Cherry Doppelbock
Breakside: Bourbon Barrel Aged Sour Rye Beer w Coconut
Hop Valley: Pinot barrel aged Blueberry Saison
Cider Riot: Blueberry Cider
10 Barrel: Peche
pFriem: Oude Kriek
Cascade: Orange Crusher
Cascade: Grapefruit Wheat
Burnside: Lime and a Coconut
Golden Valley: Cerisely Funky
Golden Valley: Bramble in the Barrel
Wildcraft: Cherry Quince
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Labels: Brewery Release, Fort Collins, Odell Brewing, Odell Zard-Alu Sour Apricot Ale
Fort Collins, CO – On , Odell Brewing will release its most recent Cellar Series beer, Zard-Alu, a Sour Apricot Ale.
Labels: Astoria, Baker City, Barley Brown's Beer, Brewery Release, Fort George Brewery, Jackson, Melvin Brewing
Throwin’ down the truth about 3-Way IPA 2016, straight from the OGs in charge – Chris Nemlowill at Fort George, Tyler Brown of Barley Brown’s Beer, and Jeremy Tofte from Melvin Brewing (with translations for the non-brewers).
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