Monday, August 31, 2015

Portland Brewing Throws Festival to Celebrate Noble Scot’s Return

(PRESS RELEASE)

Enjoy Scottish Tradition and Summer’s End with Food, Beer and Free Family Fun

PORTLAND, Ore. (August 31, 2015) — As we transition to autumn from summer, dust off your stockings and suit up in that old plaid kilt; it’s time for Portland Brewing’s Scottish Festival! The family-friendly affair features traditional dance and bagpipe performances, highland games and activities, live music from the band, New Shilling, and of course, Portland Brewing’s Noble Scot Ale. The outdoor celebration is free to attend and all ages are welcome. 

The liquid star of the Scottish Festival is Noble Scot. The complex and full-bodied Scottish Ale boasts notes of toast and caramel and a sweet, subtle smokiness for the bonnie days of fall. In addition to malts — 2-Row Pale, Smoked, Carapils, Roasted Barley and Melanoidin, — the seasonal brew is created with Northern Brewer, East Kent Goldings and Willamette hops. “We are excited to see fall return so we can bring this beer back once again,” said head brewer, Ryan Pappe. “At 6.5%, it has some alcohol to help fortify the body as we transition through autumn from warm weather to cold.” ABV: 6.5% | IBU: 25

Along with festive beer and food, enjoy the show as professional Highland Games athletes put on a dynamic demonstration of Scottish customs. Among them: a sheaf toss, keg toss, as well as traditional cabers, hammers, and stones. 

What: Portland Brewing’s Scottish Festival

When: Saturday, September 19th from 1:00 pm — 5:00 pm

Where: Portland Brewing Taproom — 2730 NW 31st Ave, Portland, Ore. 97210

Ahead of the event, people can show off their Scottish garb by participating in an online photo contest — just make sure to use the #NobleScot on Facebook or Instagram to be entered to win a $100 gift card. The contest ends Friday, 9/18 and the winner must be present at Saturday’s event to collect their prize.

About Portland Brewing

Founded in 1986 by craft brewing pioneers, Portland Brewing was a forerunner of the Portland craft beer movement. Driven by a love for brewing great beer for the people of Portland, Ore. and beyond, Portland Brewing is committed to delivering the best every time. From unique small batches, to seasonal brews and new year-round offerings, beer drinkers can expect variety, innovation, quality and great-tasting beer in 2015 from a company that, simply, brews with a passion for beer. Portland Brewing is located at 2730 NW 31st Ave., Portland, OR 97210. For more information about Portland Brewing Company, head to their website,Facebook and Twitter.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

BridgePort Brewing Company - Tilikum Crossing Orange Line IPA

Got a ticket to ride?
There are a lot of things about our city that make us Portlanders proud. There are also quite a few things that we like to ceaselessly complain about. One thing that fits into both of those categories is our public transportation system. My goodness...where do I even start?

Portland's public transportation system, TriMet, is top notch. It's a combination of light rail (known as the MAX), streetcars and buses that can get you anywhere you need to go in the Portland metro area and beyond. $2.50 will get an adult rider a ticket for any of the three modes of transportation for 2 1/2 hours of use. An all-day pass costs five bucks. I pay $100 for an unlimited monthly pass. When you consider payments, gas and insurance that's cheaper than running a car any way you look at it.

Portlanders are also very concerned about pollution, energy use and sustainability. It's what we do en masse. We care about the environment and many of my neighbors have shunned individual automobiles (I wish more would) and committed to full-time use of public transit to get to work.

Ah, but we Portlanders are a fickle lot. We spend as much time complaining about the state of our public transit system as we do riding it. It's never on time. It often breaks down. We have to rub elbows with smelly weirdos. It costs too much. It's poorly run. Blah, blah, blah. We're never satisfied. It's the Portland way. Don't judge us. You just wouldn't understand.

Recently, our light rail system was expanded to reach a greater number of citizens in the 'burbs. The MAX Orange Line is set to open later this month, providing service out to the city of Milwaukie from Portland State University in SE Portland. A new transit bridge was built to make it possible--the first new bridge to span the Willamette River in 40 years. It's kind of a big deal.

The Bridge was named Tilikum--don't you dare laugh--which is a native Chinook word meaning people, tribe or relatives. The bridge is strikingly beautiful and will carry thousands of Portland commuters across its span by foot, bike, train, streetcar and bus. Click HERE for photos and more information.

This is Portland, so naturally, a special beer needed to be created for the Tilikum Crossing and Orange Line inaugural. Who better to produce that beer than Portland's OG craft brewery, BridgePort Brewing? BridgePort did it up right with their very first White IPA, and they named it Tilikum Crossing Orange Line IPA.

I purchased a bomber of Tilikum Crossing at Fred Meyer for $7.49. It's a limited release brewed with Belgian yeast, orange peel and 25% wheat. It was dry-hopped with Lemondrop Hops and comes with an ABV of 6%.

The beer poured into my pint glass a hazy, golden orange color with a clumpy, foamy white head. The head rose up to a full finger thick and dissipated at a moderate rate. A full cap was left behind, along with some spotty lace in the glass. Quite a lovely beer upon initial pour and inspection.

Aroma was lemony hops and biscuity malt. Spicy, herbal Belgian yeast. Floral notes.

Taste followed the nose. Lemon and orange flavors. Bready, biscuity malt. Crisp, clean wheat. Mildly bitter, lemony hops on the finish.

Medium to slightly thinner mouthfeel. Good carbonation. Dry finish. Those lemony hops and Belgian yeast flavors left subtly behind on the palate at the end. Nice.

Overall, this is an easy drinking White IPA. I've never been too wild about this style, but it works for me. Good stuff and an excellent representation of the grace and smooth lines of the Tilikum Crossing Bridge in liquid form. I'm giving this beer a respectable BeerGuyPDX rating of 3 crushed cans out of 4.


Wolf's Cane Shake of the Week: TOO SOON for Pumpkin Beer!

Ding dang it!
Due to a recent medical mishap that I'm slooooowly recovering from, I need to use a cane to steady myself and/or keep from falling into the gutter face first. I know, I know, I'm old and infirm. What ya gonna do? I put hot rod flame stickers on it, a la House, but there's really no cool factor to a cane, no matter how jauntily I try to walk down the street with it.

I really only need the cane when I'm ambling to the bus stop or find myself at a place where I need to stand for a long period of time. No big deal, but I figure that if I'm going to have this damn cane around for a while, I might as well put it to full use.

Those who know me already have me appropriately pegged as a grumpy, old crank. Now, I have a cane that I can shake at those excessively tatted and Swiss cheese-ily pierced hipster kids when they park in front of my house or play that crazy rave music too loudly. My gawd! How do they listen to that crap? DANG KIDS!

Wait, did that lady in the Berkies just let her overly-coiffed lapradoodle crap on the parkway without cleaning it up? Hey, lady! Yes! I'm shaking this cane in YOUR general direction! EEEE, OHHH, COUGH!

What? Portlandia is filming in my neighborhood again? Git the hell outta here, you Hollyweirdos! See this cane shakin', Fred and Carrie? WHEEZE, SPUTTER!

As you can tell, I'm having a lot of fun with my cane shaking, which has led me to create a new segment for my blog called Wolf's Cane Shake of the Week.

Today, I'm shaking my cane at the brewers who are putting their pumpkin beers out before the summer is even officially over. I saw several in the cold case at Fred Meyer today. What the hell? I'm not a big pumpkin beer fan to begin with, I'm just sayin', but this is ridiculous! Fortune Magazine posted an article about it this week and it appears these wily but unscrupulous brewers have a strategy to get their pumpkins in our faces as early as possible. It's a CONSPIRACY, I tell ya! Call Art Bell! Get Portland-hatin' Glenn Beck on the phone!

Pumpkin beers have long been "seasonal" brews, and I think it's important to keep them in the appropriate SEASON, which is FALL. It's the same kind of "seasonal creep" that we've seen from retailers for years. Thanksgiving and Christmas merchandise hit the shelves earlier and earlier all the time. It ruins the mood of these special holidays when the decorations are up so soon that they get sun-faded and dust-coated. COME ON!

Brewers, please stop trying to get the jump on each other and come to some kind of mutual understanding about the release date of pumpkin beers. Can we do that? I would be more than happy to arbitrate the situation, cane in fist, if that's what it takes. At least, wait until the first week of October. Um-kay? Don't make me keep shaking this cane at ya!

I suppose many of you folks who enjoy pumpkin beers are tickled to death to see your gourdy, vegetal favorites in stores this early. Why, why do you love these odd brews that so often taste like somebody spoiled a perfectly good beer by plunking a piece of gooey pumpkin pie into it? WHY? I'm shaking my cane at you right now...

Okay, that's enough for now...my shoulder is getting sore and I either have to swap cane shakin' arms or take a break. Time for my nap, anyway. STOP IT ALREADY WITH THEM THERE EARLY PUMPKIN BEERS! Thank you.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Gigantic Brewing Company - Ume Umai

Plums and rice and malt, oh my!
Portland's Gigantic Brewing Company puts out some very interesting label art. Their beer is pretty darn exceptional, too, so it's definitely not one of those "lipstick on a pig" kind of deals. The aesthetic of the label is typically on par with the craftsmanship inside the bottle. For me, it provides just a little bit more excitement whenever they have a new release. Neato, keeno! Check out this collection of labels on Gigantic's website

Gigantic's Ume Umai is a beer brewed with plums and black rice. The label depicts two octopus-encrusted Samurai dudes clobbering each other with...octopus fists. I'm not sure what that's all about, but it looks pretty cool, nonetheless. This 7.5% ABV beer is described as follows:

Inspired by the Japanese flavor palate, we combined plums, black rice and pilsner malt to make a unique beer experience. Brewed "dry" in the Asian manner, Ume Umai is fruity, yet earthy and above all refreshing and delicious.
The beer poured from bomber to glass a hazy, peach/orange color. The thin. white head rose up to about a 1/4 inch and dissipated quickly. A light ring of lacing was left behind.

Aroma was stone fruit, apple and pear. Biscuity malt. Light spice and herbal notes in the background.

Taste was plums and sweet malt, backed up with tart apple. Subtle layers of complexity seemed to build with each sip. Interesting. The flavors really blossomed as the beer warmed up. No hint of alcohol. This is an easy drinker, but I definitely recommend sipping and savoring it for a while. 

Medium mouthfeel. Light carbonation. Dry finish but with a light creaminess that's definitely different.

Overall, this is certainly a unique brew. I can't even think of something to compare it to...nope, it's pretty much in a category of it's own. Really nice and I would drink it again. I'm giving Ume Umai a BeerGuyPDX rating of 3 1/2 crushed cans out of 4.


Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Small Town Brewery - Not Your Father's Root Beer

Not root beer, but is it BEER?
I've been hearing a lot about Small Town Brewery's Not Your Father's Root Beer. Some people have been telling me that it's awesome and that I MUST try it. Others have described it as putrid, heinous swill. I really had no intention of ever trying it because I loath gimmicks. LOATH them. Also, there was no way in h-e-double toothpicks I was going to plunk down more than ten bucks for a six pack of something that I would end up pouring down the drain.

TRADER JOE'S TO THE RESCUE!

Trader Joe's sells singles of just about every beer on their shelf. Thus, I was able to buy a solo 12 ouncer for a buck fiddy. Even I can afford that.

First, I did a little online research about Small Town Brewery. It seems their provenance as a "craft brewery" is a bit...sketchy. Hey, who knows about anything you read on the interwebs? You can't believe anything nowadays. (This is the please don't sue me disclaimer.) However, I read one article that linked Small Town Brewery's primary investor to the company responsible for Four Loko. Remember that stuff? The alleged psychosis-inducing, high ABV, caffeinated concoction that was banned in a number of states? Somehow, I don't find that very hard to believe. Just sayin'.

Not Your Father's Root Beer is clearly just an alcohol fortified soda pop. The one I tried came in at 5.9%. Apparently, there are also HIGHER ABV versions of the stuff. Yikes!

I'm not going to give this stuff a serious review. Come on! I must say, it tasted pretty good. It was like A&W with an alcohol rasp at the end. I can't imagine what the higher ABV versions taste like. Same root beer taste, but way more...burning.

At least this stuff is being marketed toward the higher-end craft beer consumer and not stacked up in 24 ounce cans in the 7-11 cold case. There appears to be a level of responsible salesmanship involved, I'll give them that. I doubt you'll see too many kids (illegally) buying this brew at it's present price point.

I do have to warn you all that although it went down easy and tasted a-okay, the stuff gave me one mother of a headache! I get the same kind of temple throbbing pain whenever I drink wine, too, so take this caveat for what it is. Your experience may differ.

I would never buy this stuff again. Why not just dump a couple of shots of Everclear into some root beer? Personally, I like 100 proof Southern Comfort in root beer...doesn't give me a headache. In any case, lots of folks like Not Your Father's Root Beer, so what the hell do I know? I'm giving it the coveted Golden Turd Award. A brew so bad, it's good!


Sunday, August 23, 2015

Lagunitas Brewing Company - Imperial Pils

The king of craft beers?
Today, I'm drinking an Imperial Pils by Lagunitas Brewing Company. I picked up a 22 oz. bomber of this brew at New Seasons for $3.99. I spent a lot of time lurking about the beer aisle at that store this afternoon--I just couldn't decide--and then wouldn't you know, I forgot the main item I went there to get. Sorry, Merry the Wonder Beagle, papa didn't bring home your dog food, but I did bring home the beer!

This beer comes with an ABV of 8.6%. That's a heavy hitter, for sure. So...is it pilsener, or pilsner? And what's the difference? The label of this beer calls itself a "pilsener". Let's do some googling, shall we?

According to what I was able to gleen from the interwebs, there are three types of pilsners: A German Pilsner, a Bohemian Pilsener (with the extra E) and a Classic American  Pilsner. I found articles with lengthy descriptions of each style, but I'm lazy and didn't want to read them all. Basically, from what I could ascertain by applying the Evelyn Woodhead Speed Reading Method, the Bohemian Pilsener is brewed with Czech hops and the German Pilsner style is the Bohemian Pilsener adapted to brewing conditions in Germany. The American version arrived in the USA along with immigrant German brewers who brought the process and yeast with them when they settled in America. Prohibition literally killed the style and it has no real resemblance to the crap macro brewers manufacture under the monikers pilsner or pils.

Okay, enough with the learnin' and on to the drinkin'. How is this Imperial Pils?

The beer poured from bomber to fancy pilsener glass a clear, golden yellow color with a bright, white head. The head rose up beautifully to two full fingers thick. That head was clumpy and creamy and dissipated slowly. A full cap and thick webs of lacing were left behind all over the glass. What a nice presentation, which struck me as quite...imperial.

Aroma was grainy, biscuity malt and mild, lemony, herbal hops up front. Floral notes and some booziness.

Taste followed the nose. Lemon and orange citrus hops. Sweet, grainy malt. Bitter hops lingered at the end providing a good balance against the sweet. A bit of an alcohol burn at the end.

Medium mouthfeel with good carbonation. Dangerously easy to drink. No alcohol rasp. How they do that? 

Overall, this is like a premium high ABV malt liquor. All the good stuff but no heinous alcohol or adjunct/additive residue on the finish. A couple of these bombers could get the average drinker in some real trouble real fast. The low price is a wonder, too. I'm surprised hipsters aren't buying this readily available, seasonal brew by the caseload.

I like it! I'm giving Lagunitas Imperial Pils a BeerGuyPDX rating of 3 crushed cans out of 4.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Breakside Brewery - Post Time Kölsch

In the winner's circle?
Man, oh, man, oh, man! What a hot summer we are having here in Portland, OR-A-GUN! Today, our 98 degree heat broke a record that was set in 1940 at a mere 93. So far this summer, we've had 25 days where-in the temperature hit above 90. It's crazy! My Cascade hops are almost ready for plucking off the bines. Anybody else ready for some fresh hop homebrew...in August?  

This hot weather has me craving lighter, crisper, easier drinking beers. Gratefully, Portland craft brewers were more than ready for the extreme thirst quenching need that this scorching heat has wrought upon the citizenry of Stumptown. There's an abundance of local pilsners, kölsches and wits in the cold cases right now--many of them in convenient, easy to chill cans. Good job, Portland brewers! Good job!

This weekend, I pulled a pounder of Breakside Brewery's Post Time Kölsch off the shelf at New Seasons. I was planning on grilling some steaks on the trusty ol' Weber and needed a good BBQ brew. Breakside rarely--if ever--disappoints me, so I plopped that can into my basket with zero trepidation.

The beer poured from can to glass a clear, effervescent, straw yellow color with a bright, white, bubbly head. The head made it up to about a 1/2 inch tall and dissipated quickly. A thin ring was left behind. Lots of pinpoint carbonation streamed up from the bottom of the glass throughout the entire drink.

Aroma was lemony citrus and light, bready, biscuity, cereal grains. Herbal and floral notes.

Taste followed the nose. Crisp, fruity notes of white grape and pear. Mild citrus hops bitterness. Very clean. Highly quaffable. No hint of alcohol noted in this 5% ABV beer.

Light body and lively carbonation. Just what I would expect from the style. Nothing off-putting at all. I could easily drink a cooler of this stuff before the steaks reached medium rare. Nice!

Overall, this is a tasty, tasty, beer that I would welcome down my gullet on any hot, summer day. I'm giving Post Time Kölsch a respectable BeerGuyPDX rating of 3 crushed cans out of 4.


Friday, August 14, 2015

PDX: Brew City

Brew City? F**k yeah!
Tomorrow, two incredibly intrepid fellows are going to attempt what I think may be the impossible: visit all 77 Portland breweries in one day! That is one helluva ambitious brewery tour! My gawd! My liver is starting to ache just thinking about it! But this apparently isn't anything new for these two brewventurers.

In 2009, John Lovegrove and Thom Roholt set out to visit every Portland-area brewery in a single day. They visited 34 breweries and documented the experience in a short film. CLICK HERE to watch it on YouTube.

In 2012, they visited 50 breweries in one day.

This year, they are hoping to make their biggest brewery crawl ever into a documentary called PDX: Brew City. They even set up an Indiegogo to help fund their trip. I do believe I donated five bucks, which entitled me to a PDF listing all of the stops and arrival times at each and every brewery. It looks like they will have about five minutes at each stop. I hope they've made arrangements for folks to hand them cups of beer from the curbside because this is going to be quite a marathon!

I've lived in Portland for six years and I haven't visited each and every brewery in town. Well, actually, looking at the list, I do believe I have visited almost all of them. Dang, I drink a lot of beer.

Good luck, brewery visiting dudes, John and Thom! I hope to wave howdy to you at your second stop!


Monday, August 10, 2015

StormBreaker Brewing - Right as Rain Pale Ale

Rain in Portland? Pfffft!
What a summer we're having in Stumptown, eh? Record breaking heat. No real rain for days at a time. My yard drying up like the Sahara. I would have never imagined NOT having my rain barrel at full capacity. Facing gray-sky, dreary, soggy weather is a deeply ingrained, genetically constitutional character trait for us Portlanders. Honestly, if all this sunshiny-ness doesn't stop soon, I might just lapse into an insurmountable binge of giddy happiness. Now, that's something you wouldn't want to witness. **shudder**

I discovered a bomber of StormBreaker Brewing's Right as Rain Pale Ale in some local market's cold case the other day. (Man, I really need to keep better track of where I buy my beer and how much I pay for it. Sorry.) The awesome label art made me positively nostalgic for the good ol' days in Portland...you know, when it actually rained.

Right as Rain comes with an ABV of 5.6% and IBU's at 36. StormBreaker's website offers the following description:

We set out to make our Pale a Pale, and not a baby IPA. It’s crisp and easy drinking with mild herbal, floral, and citrus notes. First wort hopped with US Goldings, Centennial, and Summer, which lends a smoother, less harsh bitterness for a clean finish that is indeed Right as Rain.

Did the brewers at StormBreaker fulfill their mission? Let's find out...

The beer poured from bomber to pint glass a clear, golden orange color with a bright, white head. The head rose up to more than a finger thick and dissipated quickly. A ring of residual lacing was left behind.

Aroma was mild citrus and biscuity malt. Floral and fruity notes. Pineapple and stone fruit.

Taste followed the nose. Sweet, earthy, caramel malt, balanced out by just enough hops bitterness. Indistinct citrus. Mild tropical fruit. Some herbal spiciness in there. Definitely, this brew doesn't cross over into IPA territory like so many other pales produced nowadays. I would say Right as Rain successfully maintains the style profile of a true pale ale.

Medium mouthfeel. Good carbonation. Semi-dry finish with pleasant hops bitterness and malt flavors left behind on the palate in appropriate proportion. Good work, StormBreaker!

Overall, this is about as good an example of a true American Pale Ale that you'll find in PDX. I like it and will drink it again. I'm giving Right as Rain a solid BeerGuyPDX rating of 3 crushed cans out of 4.


Sunday, August 9, 2015

NAOBF 2015 Details and Beer List



The 11th Annual North American Organic Brewers Festival starts on Thursday, August 13th and runs through Sunday, August 16th. Once again, the fest will be held at beautiful Overlook Park.

This is one of my favorite Portland beer festivals. The vibe is always laid back--more family-oriented than the bros chugging brews atmosphere that you find at some other events. The focus of this fest is organic brewing and sustainability, and the Portland brewers involved don't just talk the talk. they walk the walk...or they brew the brew. You know what I mean.

There is no parking at Overlook Park. Since I live in a neighborhood that is often slammed by street fair traffic, I recommend you give the folks who live in the Overlook area a break and take public transportation to NAOBF. The MAX stops RIGHT IN FRONT of the park. Seriously, the station is mere steps from the entrance. Get yourself an all-day Tri-Met pass for $5 and leave the driving to them. Better yet, ride your bike! Hopworks will be setting up a safe and secure bike corral for the event again this year.

Times
Noon to 9pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday; noon to 5pm Sunday.

Admission
Admission into the event is free. The purchase of a $7 reusable, compostable cornstarch cup is required for tasting beer, as are tokens, which sell for $1 each. A full cup of beer costs four tokens and a four ounce taste costs one token (select beers cost double tokens). Patrons receive an extra token with a validated Tri-Met ticket or a ticket from the Hopworks Bike Corral (limit one extra per person).

The event is cash only. ATMs will be on site, but you know how that goes--possible lines and a hefty service fee. Best to bring a pocket full of cash.

Here's what you've been waiting for...THE BEER LIST!

Brewery
Beer Name
Beer Style
Twitter
13 Virtues Brewing Co
You Down With O-R-G?
Pale Ale
@13VirtuesBrew
Agrarian Ales
Field Bier
Saison
@AgrarianAles
Alameda Brewing Co
Yellow Wolves of Thailand
Imperial IPA
@AlamedaBrewing
Beau's All Natural Brewing Co
MaddAddamites NooBroo
Gruit Ale
@BeausAllNatural
Beau's All Natural Brewing Co
Lug Tread
Lagered Ale
@BeausAllNatural
Bison Organic Beer
Kermit the Hop
Imperial IPA
@BisonBrew
Bison Organic Beer
Honey Basil Ale
Herb/Spice Beer
@BisonBrew
Coin Toss Brewing Co
Black Hohl Son
Cascadian Dark Session Ale
@CoinTossBrewing
Coin Toss Brewing Co
Nine Eyes IPA
IPA
@CoinTossBrewing
Eel River Brewing Co
Simcoe IPA
IPA
@EelRiverBrewing
Eel River Brewing Co
Açai Berry Wheat
Fruit Wheat Beer
@EelRiverBrewing
Falling Sky Brewing
Organic Matters Lager
Dortmunder Export
@FallingSkyBrew
Falling Sky Brewing
Dirt Worshiper Pale
Pale Ale
@FallingSkyBrew
Finnriver Farm & Cidery
Black Currant Cider
Cider
@FinnriverCider
Finnriver Farm & Cidery
Habanero Cider
Cider
@FinnriverCider
Fish Brewing Co
Organic Amber
Amber
@FishBrewing
Fish Brewing Co
Organic IPA
IPA
@FishBrewing
Fort George Brewery
Quick Wit
Belgian Witbier
@FortGeorgeBeer
Fort George Brewery
Spruce Budd Ale
Herb/Spice Beer
@FortGeorgeBeer
FOTM Brewing Co
Shocks of Sheba
IPA
@PortlandWings
FOTM Brewing Co
X-Tinguisher
Wheat
@PortlandWings
Gilgamesh Brewing
Mamba
Specialty Ale
@GilgameshBrew
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Totally Radler
Radler
@HopworksBeer
Hopworks Urban Brewery
IPX Simcoe
IPA
@HopworksBeer
Kells Brewpub
Purple Sun IPA
IPA
@KellsBrewPub
Kells Brewpub
Kells Organic Red
Red Ale
@KellsBrewPub
Laht Neppur Brewing Co
Peachy Keen
Fruit Beer
@LahtNeppur
Lakefront Brewery
Growing Power
Pale Ale
@Lakefront
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
Kili Wit
Witbier
@FarmhouseAles
Lompoc Brewing
Flower of the Gods
IPA
@LompocBeer
Loowit Brewing Co
Gaiabolical
Pale Ale
@LoowitBrewing
McMenamins Concordia Brewery
Livin’s Easy Summer Lager
Lager
@CaptainNeon
McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse
Gunga Galunga IPA
IPA
@CaptainNeon
McMenamins Crystal Brewery
Oaken Tower Barrel-Aged Ginger Beer
Wild Ale
@CaptainNeon
McMenamins Edgefield Brewery
Double Barrel-Aged Pavol the Collector
Baltic Porter
@CaptainNeon
Natian Brewery
KnockBack
Amber Lager
@NatianBrewery
Natian Brewery
Everyday
IPA
@NatianBrewery

Nectar Creek Mead
Propolis
Mead
@Nectar_Creek
Nectar Creek Mead
Sting
Mead
@Nectar_Creek
Ordnance Brewing
9131 Brown
Honey Brown Ale
@OrdnanceBrewing
Pinkus-Müller
Munster Alt (DRAFT)
Altbier
@MerchantduVin
Pinkus-Müller
Munster Alt (BOTTLE)
Altbier
@MerchantduVin
Pinkus-Müller
Ur-Pils (DRAFT)
Pilsner
@MerchantduVin
Pinkus-Müller
Ur-Pils (BOTTLE)
Pilsner
@MerchantduVin
Pinkus-Müller
Hefeweizen (BOTTLE)
Hefeweizen
@MerchantduVin
PINTS Brewing Co
Green Line Organic Radler
Pale Ale/Radler
@PintsBrewing
Reverend Nat's Hard Cider
Overlook Heirloom
Cider
@RevNatsCider
Riverbend Brewing
What Does the Fox Say?
CDA
Samuel Smith's
Organic Lager (BOTTLE)
Lager
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Pale Ale (BOTTLE)
Pale Ale
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Chocolate Stout (BOTTLE)
Stout
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Apricot Ale (BOTTLE)
Fruit Beer
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Strawberry Ale (BOTTLE)
Fruit Beer
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Raspberry Ale (BOTTLE)
Fruit Beer
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Cherry Ale (BOTTLE)
Fruit Beer
@MerchantduVin
Samuel Smith's
Organic Cider (BOTTLE)
Cider
@MerchantduVin
Two Kilts Brewing Co.
Black Brad Pitt
CDA
@TwoKiltsBrewing
Uinta Brewing Co
Baba Organic Black Lager
Black Lager
@UintaBrewing
Uinta Brewing Co
Wyld Organic Extra Pale Ale
Extra Pale Ale
@UintaBrewing
Vagabond Brewing
Into the Wild
IPA
@VagabondBrew
Vagabond Brewing
Wit or Wit-Out You
Witbier
@VagabondBrew
Viking Braggot Co
Reverence
Braggot
@VikingBraggot
Widmer
E. Nygma
IPA
@WidmerBrothers