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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Brewery Release: Washington Fresh Sheet ... October 20th, 2016


Milk Stout – B-Side Brewing

Rich and robust, like coffee and cream. 5.8% ABV / 24 IBU 

HopTraverse #2 – Cairn Brewing

Second Release in the Line of Exploratory India Pale Ales. The HopTraverse is a new line of limited rotating beers from Cairn, with each one to showcase the wide range of distinct and diverse flavors that different hop varieties can provide.

Fresh Hop Pale Ale - Counterbalance Brewing Company

The beer is a northwest pale ale showcasing Washington grown HBC 366/Ekuanot™ hops and shows bright flavors of Meyer lemon, papaya, and pine over a crisp malt profile with a touch of wheat. This beer may be a latecomer on the Fresh Hop cycle due to the late harvest for these hops but it’s worth tracking down while it lasts. 5.7% ABV / 45 IBU

image sourced from Diamond Knot Brewing

Fresh Hop Pale with Amarillo Hops – Diamond Knot Craft Brewing

Brewed with Amarillo hops that were cut from Virgil Ganache Hop Farm vines less than 24 hours before going into the kettle, this beer is about as hoppy and aromatic as it gets! Drink it fresh, drink it now, before this very limited release beer is gone! 6.0% ABV / 33 IBU 

Red IPA – Diamond Knot Craft Brewing

This new Diamond Knot beer was a year in the making. It’s so new we don’t even have a name for it yet. DK brewed an American red ale with a higher alcohol content and hopped it like an IPA. Deep ruby hue in color, our Red IPA is brewed with a new specialty malt called BEST Red X® and a touch of Midnight wheat. A complex, but gentle malt character sets the stage for fruit esters and flavors of citrus orange from early and late Simcoe hop additions. 6.1% ABV / 40 IBU

Storm Surge Winter Ale – Diamond Knot Craft Brewing

Stylistically elusive, this beer stands alone. Not as hoppy as a Black IPA, and lighter bodied, it falls loosely into the American Dark Ale style. It has a diverse grain bill of Midnight Wheat, Munich, Caramel and CaraRed, which gives it a deep complexity, all the while maintaining a medium-light body and smooth, crisp draw. Aroma is malt-driven with a touch of stone fruit esters. Four different Northwest hops lend to a fruity hop profile, which is apparent, but not obtrusive. Aftertaste of lingering toasted caramel malts and coffee-like bitterness adds to this beer’s unique character. 5.5% ABV / 30 IBU 

Industrial Ho!Ho! Winter Ale – Diamond Knot Craft Brewing

Our most anticipated beer of the year. This American Strong Ale has maintained a cult-like following for 15 years, and for good reason! Big, hoppy and malty; it a giant built for the colder months. 8.5% ABV / 60 IBU 

Stumbling Jack – Imperial Pumpkin Ale - Diamond Knot Craft Brewing

Not your average pumpkin beer, the Stumbling Jack is the Industrialized version of our Stingy Jack Pumpkin Ale. One pint is sure to warm you up. Two pints and you’ll see why we called the Stumbling Jack. We also decided to throw some into bourbon barrels; because we can! Look for both the Stumbling Jack and the bourbon barrel aged variant mid to late October.

image sourced from Ghost Fish Brewing

Fresh Hop Mosaic APA – Ghostfish Brewing

The first fresh hopped beer from Ghostfish Brewing, this beer was brewed with pale and cara millet malts as well as crystal rice malt and hopped with Centennial and wet Mosaic hops. 5.5% ABV / 50 IBU 

Lunar Harvest – Ghostfish Brewing

Lunar Harvest is brewed in the Belgian Abbey Tripel style, known for it's fruity & spicy aroma, light body, and sturdy strength. Spices included are a traditional mix of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, clove, allspice, and coriander. A crisp malt flavor & subtle bitterness from the Mt. Hood hops balance the spices and keep the beer refreshing & quaffable.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Industry News: British Columbia: 2016 BC Beer Awards winners announced, with Steamworks Flagship IPA taking Best in Show.

Press Release
image sourced through Creative Commons, with permission from the BC Beer Awards
The results from the 2016 BC Beer Awards have been announced and the awards handed out at the Croatian Cultural Centre, on Commercial Drive in Vancouver.  The decisions this year were tougher than ever with judges choosing the winners in 30 categories, up from 20 categories last year.  Over 750 beers were judged, submitted by 73 of BCs breweries to vie for the top prizes in this year’s categories.
Some notable standouts include a number of awards for Central City Brewers & Distillers that took home six awards, including two golds for their Pils and for Thor’s Hammer.  Dageraad Brewing took home five awards including three golds for their Blonde, Blonde IPA, and Entropy Series No. 1.
Finally, Steamworks Brewing Company won 5 awards between the brewery and the brewpub, plus winning the coveted Best in Show award with their new Flagship IPA.  Steamworks Brewer Julia Hanlon is also the first female Brewmaster recipient of the Best in Show award.
Congratulations to all of this year’s winners!

BC Beer Awards Results

BEST IN SHOW: Flagship IPA – Steamworks IPA

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Field House Brewing

CNC’S PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Pablo Esco Gnar IPA – Boom Box Brewing
DAN SMALL HOMEBREW AWARD: Sho Ogawa & Novia Chen (2nd year in a row)

International Lager

  1. 33 Acres of Darkness – 33 Acres Brewing Company
  2. Vienna Lager – Moody Ales
  3. Red Racer Pils – Central City Brewers & Distillers

German Pale Lager

  1. Red Racer Old School Lager – Central City Brewers & Distillers
  2. Keller Pilsner – Persephone Brewing Company
  3. Steamworks Pilsner – Steamworks Brewing Company


  1. Steamworks Kolsch – Steamworks Brewing Company
  2. High Country Kolsch – Mt. Begbie Brewing Company
  3. Arctic Kolsch – Swan’s Brewery

German Amber Beer

  1. Gladstone Altbier – Gladstone Brewing Co.
  2. Vienna Lager – R&B Brewing Co.
  3. Potts Pils – Moon Under Water

European Dark Beer

  1. Dark Lager – Steel & Oak Brewing Co.
  2. Baltic Porter – Cannery Brewing Company
  3. Red Racer Dopplebock – Central City Brewers & Distillers
Honourable mention: Brewmaster’s Black Lager – Okanagan Spring Brewery

German Wheat Beer

  1. Demimondaine Dunkelweizen – Barkerville Brewing Co.
  2. THIS IS HEFEWEIZEN – Moon Under Water
  3. Weizenbock – Steel & Oak Brewing Co.

British Bitter

  1. English Bitter – Foamers’ Folly Brewing Co.
  2. Red Devil Ale – R&B Brewing Co.
  3. Beacon ESB – Lighthouse Brewing Company

British Pale Ale

  1. Clover IPA – Big Ridge Brewing Co.
  2. Paddywhack Organic IPA – Nelson Brewing Company
  3. English IPA – Strathcona Brewing Company

British Brown Ale

  1. After Dark Ale – Nelson Brewing Company
  2. Tall Timber Ale – Mt. Begbie Brewing Company
  3. Aethelred the Mild – Foamers’ Folly Brewing Co.

Scottish and Irish Ales

  1. Classic Scotch – Steamworks Brewpub Gastown
  2. Irish Stout – Ravens Brewing Company
  3. 1880 Export Stout – Moody Ales

British Stout

  1. 52 Foot Stout – Barkerville Brewing Co.
  2. Perfect Storm – Townsite Brewing Inc.
  3. 710 Oaked – Faculty Brewing Co.

Strong Ale

  1. Thor’s Hammer – Central City Brewers & Distillers
  2. Wee Heavy – Persephone Brewing Company
  3. Wobbly Bob – Red Collar Brewing Company

Fruit Beer

  1. Pinot Noir Raspberry Blonde – Tin Whistle Brewing Company
  2. Red Truck Raspberry Ale – Red Truck Brewing Company
  3. Tropic Vice – Dead Frog Brewery

Spiced Beer

  1. Jackline Rhubarb Grissette – Lighthouse Brewing Company
  2. Spruce Tree Ale – Tofino Brewing Company
  3. Hibiscus Wit – Brassneck Brewery

Smok and Wood Aged Beer

  1. Entropy Series No. 1 – Dageraad Brewing
  2. Inertia II – Brassneck Brewery
  3. Thor’s Hammer Bourbon Barrel Aged – Central City Brewers & Distillers

Specialty Beer

  1. Roggen Weizen – Steel & Oak Brewing Co.
  2. Londen – Dageraad Brewing
  3. Sour Wheat Gose – Field House Brewing Co.

North American Light Beer

  1. Hooligan Organic Pilsner – Nelson Brewing Company
  2. Jerkface 9000 – Parallel 49 Brewing Co.
  3. Cypress Honey Lager – Granville Island Brewing

North American Blonde Ale

  1. Organic Wild Honey Ale – Nelson Brewing Company
  2. Postmark Blonde – Postmark Brewing
  3. Dutch Pale Ale – Field House Brewing Co.

North American Pale Ale

  1. Chase My Tail Pale Ale – Yellow Dog Brewing Co.
  2. One Hop Mind – Callister Brewing Company
  3. East Side Bitter – R&B Brewing Co.

North American Amber Ale

  1. 33 Acres of Life – 33 Acres Brewing Company
  2. Troller Bay Ale – Howe Sound Brewing
  3. Thirsty Beaver Amber Ale – Tree Brewing Co.

North American Brown Ale

  1. Bandit Brown – Foamers’ Folly Brewing Co.
  2. Slipstream – Phillips Brewing & Malting Co.
  3. Kim-Ach-Touch Ale – Tree Brewing Co.

North American Porter and Stout

  1. Commander Imperial Stout – Dead Frog Brewery
  2. Stag and Pheasant Imperial Stout – Main Street Brewing Company
  3. Russian Imperial Stout – Moody Ales

North American IPA

  1. Flagship IPA – Steamworks Brewing Company
  2. Play Dead IPA – Yellow Dog Brewing Co.
  3. The Ultra Deluxe – Boombox Brewing

Specialty IPA

  1. Blonde IPA – Dageraad Brewing
  2. White ISA – Red Truck Beer Company
  3. YVR ISA – Steamworks Brewing Company

Imperial IPA

  1. 187 On An Undercover Hop – Parallel 49 Brewing Co.
  2. Cosmic Wave Double IPA – Tofino Brewing Company
  3. Second Anniversary Double IPA – Main Street Brewing Company

Belgian Ale

  1. Jongleur Wit – Strange Fellows Brewing Company
  2. Bier de Garde – Old Abbey Ales
  3. White Gold Witbier – Barkerville Brewing Co.

Belgian Strong Ale

  1. Dageraad Blonde – Dageraad Brewing
  2. Saison #7 – Main Street Brewing Company
  3. Old Barn Saison – Fernie Brewing Company

Trappist Ale

  1. 33 Acres of Euphoria – 33 Acres Brewing Company
  2. Central City Belgian Strong – Central City Brewers + Distillers
  3. 10 Degrees – Dageraad Brewing
Honourable mention: 8 Degrees – Dageraad Brewing

European Sour Ale

  1. Reynard – Strange Fellows Brewing Company
  2. Cantus Fermus – Main Street Brewing Company
  3. Bizarro – Phillips Brewing & Malting Co.

North American Wild Ale

  1. Bodhisattva – Parallel 49 Brewing Co.
  2. Sour Raspberry – Old Abbey Ales
  3. Little Red One – Strange Fellows Brewing Company

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Brewery Release: Northwest: Coming Soon ... Fort George Java the Hop

image courtesy Fort George Brewery

Press Release

One of the more often requested Fort George seasonals, Java the Hop returns to Pacific Northwest taps starting October 20th. This unique IPA fuses two of the region’s most enjoyable pastimes sipping great coffee and drinking hoppy beer. And when you’re brewing with a single hop + single bean, that satisfaction comes down to selection.
The Dark
From the beginning, Java the Hop has been a joint collaboration with Portland’s Coava Coffee Roasters. Owner Matt Higgins and his crew are expert tasters with vast experience hand-selecting beans from all over the world. For this batch they chose Los Nacientes, a Costa Rican coffee with notes of chocolate, nuts, and subtle fruit acidity. These were added to the secondary fermenter within 48 hours of roasting, to ensure maximum exposure to the aroma compounds.
“The whole beans float freely in the tank,” explains Fort George brewer Jason Palmberg. “We use something like a pool skimmer the brewery rigged up to fish them back out. It can be a little tedious. And from there the beans head to a local farm for composting.”
The Light
This year’s Java the Hop was brewed using Mosaic hops. An offshoot of Simcoes, Mosaics retain some of that strong, piney aroma from the mother plant, merged with juicy, tropical fruit traits.
“The last two Java the Hops used coffee that created a fruit forward nose,” Head Brewer Michal Frankowicz adds. “This time we wanted a bolder coffee to balance out all of the mango and citrus already present in the Mosaics.”
The Beer
Mornings are for coffee, evenings are for beer, Java the Hop is timeless. A minimal malt bill focuses your powers on the pairing - radiant and light, with huge coffee aromatics, a hint of chocolate roast (but not on the dark side), and a tropical hop finish. No mind tricks, just simple complexity.
Be on the lookout for more draft-only offerings from Fort George heading into 2017. This batch of Java the Hop is limited. Ask your favorite northwest pub to put it on tap while they can. May the Fort be with you.

Brewery Release: Oregon and Washington: Get It Now ... Ordinance Old Craig English Strong Ale and Ordinance Bläckfiskey Imperial Stout

image courtesy Ordnance Brewing
Press Release

Boardman, Or – Preparing for the onset of dark days and cool, wet weather, Ordnance Brewing has released it’s Fall seasonal – Old Craig, an English Strong Ale and a very limited production whiskey barrel aged Imperial Stout, Bläckfiskey.
Named for managing partner, Craig Coleman, Old Craig is a hearty English style Strong Ale brewed with the addition of brown sugar which gives it a nice candy-like flavor. A light hop character (IBU: 41) brings an Oregon attitude that balances with the natural fruity notes to make this beer a special treat. And, at 8.7 ABV,  it's a belly warmer but one with complex flavors and great balance. Old Craig is available in 22 oz bottles and draft throughout the Pacific Northwest.
In far more limited supply, Ordnance Brewing is also releasing their barrel-aged version of the popular Bläckfisk Imperial Stout (9.5 ABV). Bläckfiskey, the original brew aged in whiskey barrels between nine and ninteen months, blended and bottled with distinct orange wax.  Bläckfiskey was released September 26 in 22 oz bottles and at last check the allocated allotment appears sold out. Fans of deep, dark whiskey barrel aged brews should hunt this one down at specialty shops and the brewery’s taprooms (Boardman & Wilsonville) quickly as it begins to leave distributors and hit the shelves.

Interested parties can source either beer, and any Ordnance brew, from the following distributors:

North Eastern Oregon: Hodgen Distributing
Portland Metro: General Distsributing
Oregon (Burns to the Beach): Bigfoot Distributing
Southern Oregon (Klamath Falls - Ashland): Summit Distributing
Eastern Washington: The Odom Corporation
Seattle Metro Washington: The Odom 
South Western Washington: Kendall's Pioneer
Alaska: The Odom Corporation

Ordnance Brewing is an outlier brewery born of necessity in the arid Columbia Plateau where farming and a day of hard work is the norm. Located in Boardman, Oregon, Ordnance Brewing began operations in 2014 with a 7 barrel brewhouse and has recently expanded to a 50 barrel system to support growing distribution and long term plans. Currently, the brewery offers a set of five core beers including Kolsch, FMJ IPA (English Style), EOD IPA (Westcoast style), RX a Rye Extra Pale, a blueberry wheat called Bloops, and a series of limited edition beers. Seeking distribution both domestically and internationally, Ordnance Brewing is poised for steady growth and quality control.

Brewery Release: Washington: Fresh Sheet ... October 18th, 2016


Peppercorn Saison - Anacortes Brewing

Our late summer quencher is brewed with fresh green, red & black peppercorn enhancing this light, refreshing beer with a dry, peppery finish. French Saison yeast offers a citrusy flavor and spicy aroma in this extremely quaffable delight. 3.9% ABV / 15 IBU

Bourbon Barrel Broadsword - Anacortes Brewing 

Black Patent, Caramel, Chocolate, Munich & Peat smoked malts produce dark color, malty flavor and subtle smokiness in this robust Scottish Ale. Aged for several months in a bourbon barrel. 8.3% ABV / 35 IBU

Pumpkin Ale - Anacortes Brewing

Aromatic, Bisquit, Rye, Triticale, Crystal Wheat and Munich malts compliment the 80 lbs of pumpkin puree in this strong fall seasonal brew. Conditioned with fresh wood-fired pumpkin and spices, this beer will keep you warm through the brisk Autumn evenings. 6.1% ABV / 32 IBU

Oktoberfest - Anacortes Brewing

Malty and full bodied, this savory beer celebrates the traditional Bavarian festival. Delicately hopped and lagered for 6 weeks in our authentic cold storage cellar. 6.4% ABV / 30 IBU 

image sourced from Aslan Brewing Co.

542 Winter Warmer – Aslan Brewing

Milk Stout – Aslan Brewing 

image sourced from Bainbridge Brewing

Sol Patch Fresh Pumpkin Ale - Bainbridge Brewing

Pumpkin Ale Made with Locally Grown and Roasted Fresh Pumpkins. Brewed once a year using only locally grown fresh pumpkins, Sol Patch Fresh Pumpkin Ale is an Autumn staple. 6.8% ABV / 35 IBU 

Wing Point Winter Ale - Bainbridge Brewing

A Northwest Winter Warmer. Wing Point Winter Ale is our version of a Northwest Winter Warmer, fullbodied with a malt complexity showing caramel, toffee, dried fruit and chocolate, with a hint of hopiness and Douglas Fir tips to remind you of the swaying fir trees outside. 7% ABV / 40 IBU 

image sourced from Beardslee Public House

Sasquatch CDA (Canadian Dark Ale) - Beardslee Public House

Hoppy as an IPA , yet black and rich from roasted wheat malt, Sasquatch is a rare, but refined beast. CDA, also known as a black IPA or India Black Ale, is an IPA for dark beer fans. Sasquatch – do you believe? 6% ABV / 66 IBU

Fresh Hop Ale - Beardslee Public House

Hop harvest comes only once a year and we’re lucky to live close to one of the major hop-growing regions of the world (Yakima). Fresh hops are very delicate and need to be processed within 24 hours of harvest, and that’s exactly what we did. Head brewer Drew Cluley drove out to Carpenter Ranch in Zillah, Wash. at daybreak to retrieve 75 pounds of fresh mosaic hops – which have notes of tangerine and papaya. They went into our wort within seven hours of harvest. It doesn’t get much fresher than that! 6.5% ABV / 55 IBU

Citra-EE Fresh Hop Ipa – Brickyard Brewing

This light bodied IPA was brewed with 100lbs. of Citra fresh hops which were less than 12 hours between picked and brewed. Malt bill was kept simple with 50% Pilsen and 50% Pale to exemplify the body and flavor characteristics. Citra hops are the epitome of this fresh hop beer; Piny, Zesty and Citraee. 6.6% ABV / 50 IBU

Baple Macon – Brickyard Brewing

Goin’ big on this one! This Wee Heavy Scotch Ale is one of a kind. We used over 50% Maris Otter base malts with real Maple Syrup. It has a smokiness from Hickory Smoked Bacon. To be enjoyed alone or with your breakfast waffles. 10% ABV 

Brewery Release: Northwest: Get It Now ... Goodlife Mountain Rescue Session Ale

image courtesy Goodlife Brewing
Press Release

BEND, OR ... After a nine month hiatus, the first beer that GoodLife Brewing brewed is making its return. It’s the same recipe, with the same great taste and starting mid-October, Mountain Rescue Session Ale is Beer No.3 in the “Sustainable Session Series.”  Whether you’re an over planner or under planner, experienced or not, bad situations can happen quick when you’re in the outdoors and that’s why we are thankful to have talented Search and Rescue teams available to us.

Out here in Bend and beyond, getting the GoodLife means embracing the big mountain.  But sometimes the mountain bucks back, and majestic beauty can instantly turn really hairy.  When it hits the fan, the best at saving you is search and rescue.  This Mountain Rescue Session Ale honors those highland heroes everywhere, the rugged volunteers who brave wilderness to get us.  So we’re chipping in some sales to support local life-saving crews.  Because nature plays rough-always safety first, be grateful for backup and let the GoodLife shine.  GoodLife Brewing’s marketing director, Chris Nelson, said, “I have a few close friends that have been saved by Search and Rescue.  The fact that these teams leave families at home to come out and rescue strangers in sometimes nasty weather and locations for virtually no pay, no accolades, and knowing that their team barely has enough resources to safely save people, it made GoodLife want to do our part and help them out.”  It’s typical for Search and Rescue teams to work between 200-500 hours per year, on top of their normal jobs, so that’s why we want to help raise awareness because Search and Rescue lives matter.

With an aroma that balances a floral note with a slight malt backbone, Mountain Rescue Session Ale’s herbal notes dominate the hop flavor and balances perfectly with the malt forward base of the beer.

Mountain Rescue will be available in 6-pack cans and draft (1/6 BBLS and ½ BBLS) between Oct. 2016 and Feb. 2017 with distribution in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Vermont.

For the “Sustainable Session Series,” we’ve teamed up with three organizations to brew three different beers with 1% of total sales benefiting each organization.  Beer No. 3 in the series is be Mountain Rescue Session Ale and benefits our local Search and Rescue.  Be on the lookout for it mid-October 2016.

About GoodLife Brewing Company
As brewers of hand crafted ales, we are outdoor enthusiasts who look forward to sharing our craft beers that are most balanced and of the highest quality. GoodLife Brewing Company has been making award-winning beers since 2011 in its home of Bend, Oregon. GoodLife's “Adventurous Ales” are Descender IPA, Sweet As Pacific Ale and a selection of seasonal beers. In addition to making beer, GoodLife enjoys giving back to the community by supporting many local and national non-profit organizations. Play hard, live easy and enjoy GoodBeer for GoodLife! For more information, visit www.goodlifebrewing.com, or find us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @GoodLifeBrewing.

Brewery Release: Northwest: Get It Now ... Bridgeport Stumptown Oatmeal Red Ale (ORA)

image courtesy Bridgeport Brewing
Press Release

PORTLAND, Ore ... BridgePort Brewing Company, Oregon’s original craft brewery, today announced the release of their newest year-round brew offering, Stumptown Oatmeal Red Ale (ORA). Channeling old school brewing from the 1980s, BridgePort Brewers used four separate hop varietals, Nuggets, Sterling, Cascade and Mt. Hood, in six separate hop additions during the brewing process.

This brew marks the first production beer for BridgePort in which the brewers added hops in the whirlpool as well as the first time they have dry-hopped 2lbs/bbl. In addition to the intense dry-hopping, ORA contains a judicious amount of flaked oatmeal, caramel malt, a specialty malt called Red-X, as well as another specialty malt, Midnight Wheat. The combination of these ingredients created a beer with a unique red hue and smooth mouthfeel.

“Everyone in the brewery is excited about this new addition to our family of beers,” states Jeff Edgerton, brewmaster at BridgePort Brewing. “This unique dry-hopped Oatmeal Red Ale really showcases the care and precision that went into brewing it. Anyone who enjoys full-flavored red ales will certainly want to try this one out.

Stumptown Oatmeal Red Ale comes in at 5.6% ABV, 14.2% OG, and 48 IBU. The mixture of four hop varietals, flaked oatmeal and caramel malt created a subtle herbal and citrusy hop profile, balanced by a distinct caramel note. Available mid-October in 22oz. bottles, 12oz. six-packs, on-draft at BridgePort BrewPub in Portland, Ore. and where BridgePort is sold.

About BridgePort Brewing Co.

Oregon's original craft brewery continues to evolve from a microbrewery to a regional leader committed to producing high quality craft ales. Lead by Brewmaster Jeff Edgerton, the team of BridgePort brewers prides itself on using local hops and clear glacial water from Mount Hood. The BridgePort family of ales includes the STUMPTOWN Series, BridgePort IPA, Hop Czar Imperial IPA, Kingpin, and seasonal offerings. BridgePort Brewery is located at 1313 N.W. Marshall. For more information, call 503-241-7179 or visit www.bridgeportbrew.com.

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