Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Baerlic Brewing to Release Dark Thoughts Black IPA Bombers

22oz Bottles & Draft
PORTLAND, OREGON - Baerlic Brewing Co. releases the newest beer in their seasonal line-up, Dark Thoughts Black IPA.
  • Thursday, January 5th
  • 4pm
  • Baerlic Brewery & Taproom2235 SE 11th Ave. Portland, OR 97214
To possess Dark Thoughts with the precise amount of pure evil, we cold steep the hell out of roasted wheat for 24-36 hours. By utilizing this slow and torturous process, we’re able to extract the rich chocolate, sweet and fruity flavor compounds while leaving behind the harsh and tannic flavors of the roasted malt—think of rich cold-brewed coffee vs. that of the heartburn-inducing gas station variety.
Dark Thoughts Flavor Profile
    6.66% ABV
    66.6 IBU
    Black IPA/Cascadian Dark Ale brewed w/ Cold-Steeped Roasted Wheat
    Dryhopped with .666 lbs per barrel each of Columbus & Mosaic Hops
    Pairs devilishly well with upside-down starfruit, leg of lamb and bloodwurst sausage
A classic IPA possessed with a maniacal evil, Dark Thoughts Black IPA is brewed with cold-steeped roasted malts for an eerily smooth darkness and dryhopped with 6.66 lbs each of pungent Columbus & Mosaic hops.
Style History
Black IPA/Cascadian Dark Ales are an attempt to marry the dank, citrus and pine characteristics of a classic Northwest IPA with the flavors, aromas and colors of dark roasted malts. With a controversial and sordid history, CDAs are thought to have been first brewed in the Pacific NW, specifically in the area from BC, Canada to Northern California—known as the Republic of Cascadia. They are more commonly referred to as black IPA. 
Currently Available in 22oz bottles and draft in our taproom in SE Portland and at area retailers, bars and bottleshops. Ask for it at your favorite watering hole!

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