Portland Brewing's Noble Scot Returns

Summer is quickly coming to an end.  While it was a great season in the Northwest,  I'm ready for fall and some malty autumn beers. With great timing, Portland Brewing sent me a pair of Scottish-inspired seasonals to sample. Noble Scot returns for the third year as the brewery's fall release.  I originally reviewed Noble Scot during its debut season. You can read more about it in the brewery's press release listed below.

Imperial Mac's is a an amped up version of MacTarnahan's Amber Ale. It's in very limited release and sports screenprinted label artwork complete with shiny foil.

Winter beers are coming (some are already here), so make sure you enjoy the short fall beer season. In closing, it it ain't Scottish, it's crap!!!

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Sound the Bagpipes — Noble Scot Has Arrived 
All Hail Portland Brewing’s Fall Seasonal

PORTLAND, Ore. (August 15, 2014) — Get a taste of Scotland without the jet lag in Portland Brewing’s Scottish-style fall seasonal. Portland Brewery has brewed up the highlands — minus the haggis and kilts — into a pint with Noble Scot. 

Filled with notes of toast and caramel, this ale promises to send even the most dour Scotsman into a joyous jig. Brewed with a merry match of Northern Brewer, East Kent Golding, and Willamette hops, Noble Scot is complex and full-bodied. Its sweet, subtle smokiness is provided by the addition of 2-Row Pale, Smoked, Carapils, Roasted Barley, and Melanoidin malts. At 6.5% ABV and 25 IBU, Noble Scot fits between the dog days of summer and the crisp fall weather like a kilt on a tartan-clad Scotsman.

“Most brewers use spring and autumn to move between the light beers of summer and the heavy beers of winter,” says head brewer Ryan Pappe. “Seasonal beers at this time often dial the body back up a bit, so there’s more sweetness and lingering malt flavors. The beers of autumn can cover a wide range of styles and flavors, from pumpkin beers with notes of spice, to sweeter ales like our very own Noble Scot.”

Noble Scot is available at the Portland Brewing Company Taproom, in stores and bottle shops, in 22 oz. bottles, 12 oz. 6-packs and on draft. Raise your glass to Noble Scot, but do so quickly, it’s available for a limited time — from August 15 to October 15. Make haste, just like a Loch Ness Monster sighting, this beast will disappear before your eyes.

Find Noble Scot and other Portland Brewing brews through the beer finder at http://www.portlandbrewing.com/finder/.

Stone Introduces Coffee Milk Stout

It's a new week, so it's time for a new beer release from Stone. This one, a Coffee Milk Stout, is probably a bit different from what you might expect from the San Diego brewery. You also might be wondering why anyone in their right might would add milk to beer. Well, actual milk isn't used in the brewing process.

Instead, lactose milk sugar is added to provide a light sweetness and a creamy smooth mouth feel. I've profiled several milk stouts including releases from Widmer Brothers, Left Hand, and Odell and have enjoyed all of them. If you've never tasted a Milk Stout, you should give one a try. Stone's release adds coffee to the mix.

Look for Stone Coffee Milk Stout in 12 oz. bottles and on draft this summer and fall. I'll be sure to share my tasting notes soon.

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Stone Brewing Co. Introduces Stone Coffee Milk Stout:
A Bittersweet, Creamy, Coffee-Laced Stout

ESCONDIDO, CA (Aug. 4, 2014) – Stone Brewing Co. is showcasing (yet again) the outstanding skills of its Brew Crew by releasing a special beer that stems from a homebrew recipe developed by Brewery Trainer Brian Gallagher. Dubbed Stone Coffee Milk Stout, the 4.2 percent alcohol-by-volume stout is brewed with lactose and whole coffee beans to enhance the session ale’s hearty, sweet flavors. Beginning today, Stone Coffee Milk Stout will start arriving in 12-ounce six-packs and on draft at retailers, restaurants and bars in select markets nationwide.

Originally named Gallagher’s After Dinner Stout, the recipe was formulated and brewed on the 10-barrel pilot system at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station as a one-off, limited-release offering. A passionate and competitive homebrewer, Gallagher chose to revisit one of his medal-winning recipes for a milk stout with coffee beans when given the opportunity to brew at Liberty Station with Brewing Manager Kris Ketcham. The beer was an instant hit with Team Stone, Stone Brewmaster Mitch Steele and company Co-founders Greg Koch and Steve Wagner.

“Brian did a wonderful job developing this recipe and was able to artfully overcome the challenge of brewing a low-alcohol beer without it tasting too thin or watery,” explains Steele. “Because of the positive response from Team Stone and those lucky enough to taste the small-batch brew, we decided to brew it on our 120-barrel system and make it more widely available for craft beer enthusiasts across the country.”

To produce a full-bodied and silky mouth-feel, lactose was incorporated, creating a creamy sweetness that balances with the mild coffee flavors made possible by adding whole coffee beans from San Diego-based artisanal roaster Ryan Bros. Coffee. Mild ale malt was used as a base grain to help create a rich, roasty character, while other specialty grains contribute cocoa, licorice and subdued coffee flavors. Magnum hops bring a clean bitterness, brilliantly contrasting with the beer’s malt-forward qualities. Together, the ingredients make for an easy-drinking beer that is robust yet smooth.

“I was thrilled to find out that my ‘little beer’ would go on to be part of the Stone lineup and be distributed nationally,” said Gallagher. “To make this beer stand out from others, I added coffee beans at a very early stage in the brewing process, which helped bring out the roast character from the coffee, while eliminating bitter acidity and astringency.”

On the beer’s dedicated webpage, the company is sharing recipes for culinary enthusiasts to create and pair with the beer. Fans are also encouraged to explore and prepare their own dishes to pair with Stone Coffee Milk Stout, then share their favorites by tweeting and posting photos using the hashtag #PairedWith on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and the Stone Coffee Milk Stout webpage.

Stone Coffee Milk Stout will only be available during summer and fall. To fully relish the subtle touch of coffee flavor, the beer should be enjoyed within 120 days of its kegging or bottling date, which can be found on the shoulder of the bottle.

Stone Coffee Milk Stout Quick Facts
Name: Stone Coffee Milk Stout
URL: stonebrewing.com/coffeemilkstout 
Stats: 4.2% ABV, 40 IBUs
Availability: Limited 12-ounce bottles in six-packs and on draft, beginning August 4
Hops bill: Magnum
Distribution: AK, AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MT, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA and Puerto Rico

Rare Beer Club August Selections (Funkwerks Saison & Weizen Double Bock)

The Rare Beer Club's August selections include a Saison from Funkwerks and a Weizen Double Bock from Meantime Brewing Co. Here are the club's descriptions of each:

  • Saison, Funkwerks, Fort Collins, Colorado:  Funkwerks’ Saison is a quintessential Belgian-style saison: snappy, crisp, and dry with a focused peppery yeastiness—just what we look for in the style. Lemony yellow with a nice haze and plenty of off-white foam, this saison delivers aromas of white and black pepper, with complex accompanying notes of vanilla, almond, tangerine, and even the delicate tartness of passion fruit. Fresh oranges fill out the aroma as a last bit of plushness: juicy, spritzy, and like an actual jolt of fresh-squeezed juice. The tightly bubbled, vibrant CO2 lifts up the detailed flavors: black pepper, almonds, even a hint of cola. Additional juiciness is provided by splashes of tangerine, an aroma-fulfilling orange jolt, along with pithy, citrusy lemon verbena. There’s a nicely firm bitterness to this beer fresh, but plenty of room to accommodate the soft, caramelized qualities of oxidation that would come from a year or so in the cellar. 

  • Weizen Double Bock Ale, Meantime Brewing Co., London, England:  A limited edition which has come to the US in a very small volume, and very little of that has seen distribution; we’re excited to have been able to secure enough to be able to share it with our members. During our tasting panel, we kept returning to this impressive and complex brew. Pouring a deep and murky-dark brown with golden edges, this weizenbock offers up deep caramel to fill out the aroma, joined by a robust clove-like note, red fruit, green apple, pear, and vanilla to deliver a fresh, ripe-fruit character which works great beside those caramel and brown sugar notes underneath. On the palate: caramel, clove, brown sugar, and fresh fruit including pear, apple, and banana—all fitting perfectly. The deep notes tend to pull the hardest, with viscous caramel that seems to coat (but never does; hat tip to CO2) and vanilla fitting naturally and seamless beside the fruits.

Funkwerks distributes in only three states (Colorado, Arizona, and Nebraska), so if you've been looking to try their beer, here's your chance. For detailed information about these beers, browse through the club's August newsletter. To learn more about The Rare Beer Club, and to see pictures of a beer shipment I received from the club, click here.

If you'd like to try out the club, you can receive a discount by using the codes shown below during the checkout process. Memberships start at $32.95 per month plus shipping and handling.

  • NOTSOPRO5: $5 off any membership
  • NOTSOPRO10: $10 off any prepaid membership of 6 months or longer.
  • NOTSOPRO20: $20 off any prepaid membership of 12 months or longer.

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Hop Valley Brewing: More Beer, More Jobs

Here's some great news from Eugene. Hop Valley Brewing Co. is expanding production capacity by 75% and has signed on with Columbia Distributing to help them expand to new markets. Even better, new jobs will follow.

I don't have a lot of experience with Hop Valley's beers, but I've enjoyed the few (541 American Lager and Citrus Mistress) I've tasted.  For more details about the expansion, check out the brewery's news release below. What are your favorite Hop Valley beers?

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EUGENE, OR. Hop Valley Brewing Company is increasing production capacity by 75% to keep up with growing demand fueled by a new distributor and expansion into new geographic areas.

Four new tanks ranging from 4,000 to 6,000 gallons arrived yesterday, with five additional even larger tanks scheduled to arrive in October. The increased capacity allows Hop Valley to expand distribution throughout Washington and Idaho, including Seattle and Boise.

“We are extremely excited to have Columbia Distributing as our new partner,” says Hop Valley co-owner Charles Hare. “Columbia’s world class sales execution combined with their strategic focus will provide us the spark we have been looking for in our Willamette Valley, Southern Oregon and Central Oregon markets. 

Hop Valley is projecting 25% growth above current trends in each of these markets with its new distributor. According to Hare, “Columbia has 85 years of experience with 535 area employees focused daily on craft beer sales, which provides Hop Valley the launch pad to brew more beer, create more jobs and meet customer demand throughout the west.”

Hop Valley is one of the fastest growing craft breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 2009, earlier this year the company expanded into Northern California.“We’ve added sixty jobs since our Whiteaker neighborhood tasting room and production brewery opened and we anticipate 20 additional new jobs before end of the year,” according to Hare.

At the recent World Beer Cup® awards Hop Valley was the only local brewery recognized with international awards. Hop Valley’s Double D Blonde and Citrus Mistress IPA brews were both named top 3 beers in the world. A total of 4,754 beers from 1,403 breweries representing 58 countries competed.

On Monday evening Hop Valley hosted a Community Thank You Celebration at its tasting room in Eugene’s Whiteaker neighborhood with more than 500 people in attendance. The event included special ‘roll back’ pricing on pints of beer, Hop Valley prizes and a contest to name a new beer being introduced later this year.

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Review: Stumptown Tart '14, BridgePort Brewing

Stumptown Tart '14
BridgePort Brewing Co. — Portland, OR

  • Style:  Belgian style w/ fruit
  • Bitterness:  21 IBU
  • ABV:  7.8%
  • Malts:  Pilsner malt, white wheat malt
  • Hops:  Not specified
  • Special Ingredients:  Blueberries and cranberry puree
    • Sampled:  22 oz. bottle (provided by brewery)

    Description:  Brewed with two row pale malt and malted white wheat, the 2014 edition of this big Belgian-style ale features the crisp sweet and tart balance of Oregon blueberries and cranberries. The hazy brew is double fermented and only lightly filtered to retain the fresh fruit flavor. — BridgePort Brewing Co.

    Random thoughts:  I originally tasted 2014 Stumptown Tart at a Bridgeport media event in June.  A lot of TLC went into the creation of this beer. In this short video, Jeff Edgerton, Bridgeport Brewmaster, explains how it was made.

    The tasting:  Golden orange with reddish highlights. Hazy, with a white head that dissipates slowly. Aroma is full of spice—coriander and white pepper. Flavor starts with tart cranberry. It's fairly light and is a nice start to the drink. In the middle, biscuit malt emerges through the spice along with some light grassy notes. Alcohol is not noticeable in aroma or flavor, and hop bitterness is low throughout. Tart cranberry returns in the finish. The fruit provides a light touch of sweetness and melds well with the spice. Stumptown Tart is light bodied, has a crisp mouth feel, and finishes with notes of tart cranberry and white pepper.

    4 star.  Really Good.  I want this again!  This is my favorite Stumptown Tart release to date. In general, I think cranberry works exceptionally well in beer. They provide a solid tartness without adding much sweetness. Blueberry is also used in this year’s edition, but I didn’t taste it. Summer is winding down and so is the season for Stumptown Tart. It’s still available, but probably won’t be for long. 

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    16 Beers at Oregon Brewers Festival

    I attended OBF on Thursday afternoon. In my five hours at the fest, I managed to taste 16 three ounce samples. Since I only sampled ~18% of the beers, I don't think it's appropriate for me to publish a list of beers to try and avoid. Instead, I'll share some of my random thoughts and observations about OBF '14:  

    • Slightly overcast days (as long as it's not raining) are ideal for beer festivals. It was cloudy for portions of the afternoon, and the lack of excess heat and sun worked for me.
    • Beer geeks like to take notes. I was surprised by the number of people that were carefully recording their thoughts as they tasted their beer. 
    • I love drinking beer out of glass (rather than the plastic mugs of yore)!  I missed OBF last year (the first year glass was allowed) due to the Beer Bloggers Conference. So this was my first time drinking beer at OBF with a glass. It really enhanced the experience! Not only does plastic obscure the beauty of the beer, it smells.
    • SOUR BEER RISES! I think three Berliner Weisse beers were served this year. This tart style was virtually unknown to most beer drinkers a few years ago. In addition, several beers used sour mash techniques, and a few were made with Brett (short for Brettanomyces, a wild yeast that is the mortal enemy of the wine makers). These developments make me happy!
    • More water = more beer.  I carried a re-fillable water bottle with me and drank about 6 oz. after each sample. Good hydration also means no hangover. Win-win.   
    • Lines were virtually non-existent until 5pm. Once lines are about 10 people deep, I'm outta there!
    • OK, if you MUST know, my favorite taste of the day was Oakshire's 7. This Baltic Porter was aged in barrels with tart cherries. Simply amazing! This was served in the Speciality Tent and is likely long gone. If you ever come across it again. Don't miss it!
    • Overall, I enjoyed all of the beers I tasted. I usually dump a few. But not this year.
    • There were so many others I wanted to sample. Unfortunately, my time and liver are finite.

    Until next year...

    What were your favorites tastes? Any unique OBF observations?

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    Evening at McMenamins' 13th Annual Roadhouse Brewfest

    I've been visiting McMenamins' Cornelius Pass Roadhouse frequently over the years. It's located close to my work, and is a convenient spot to meet co-workers for Happy Hour. However, in all that time, I've never visited their annual on-site beer fest. That finally changed this past weekend when I attended the 13th Annual Roadhouse Brewfest.

    They had 10 beers on tap. Not a large number compared to most brewfests, but the taplist was well thought out and offered a broad diversity of styles. Also, for the first time, they invited breweries from outside the McMenamins' family to participate. Vertigo, Heater Allen, Two Kilts, and Three Mugs were some of the guest breweries.

    The space is what surprised me. Although I've been visiting the Roadhouse for years, I never ventured outside behind Imbrie Hall. They've got some large open spaces and beautiful landscaping in their backyard! This was a family-friendly festival and my kids had a great time playing on the grounds, while we supervised (with beers in hand, of course).

    I enjoyed all the beers I tasted. A few of them are shown in a photo below. A special shout-out goes to my favorite beer of the day, the Roadhouse's own Grapefruit Session Ale brewed by Chris Oslin and Brady Romtvedt. This 4.6% ABV light-bodied blonde ale had plenty of bright grapefruit hop flavors, but without overwhelming hop bitterness. I don't know if grapefruit was actually used to make this beer, but I could taste grapefruit rind. My wife doesn't like overly hoppy beers, and she loved it.

    Overall, it was a great evening! I'll be adding future Roadhouse Brewfests to my crowded summer beer fest calendar. If you'd like to learn more about the McMenamins' brewing philosophy, check out the short two-minute video at the end of this post. If you're into small-batch beers, it's definitely worth a view.

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    OBF '14: The Mobile Site

    Oregon Brewers Festival 2014 opens today at noon! There are plenty of beers to try and a lot of ground to cover, so I like to have a plan of attack. Normally, I'd print the taplist, mark the beers I plan to taste, schlep the list and a pencil around the fest with me, and cross off the beers as I taste them. As you can imagine, a plastic pocket protector would complete the outfit nicely.

    This year, I'm trying something new. OBF has a mobile site that has everything you need in one place! You can see full descriptions for each of the 88 main tent beers. In addition, you can sort beers by name, trailer, color, alcohol content, and bitterness. You can even rate the beers, and create your own personal tasting list. I think it might even do your taxes for you.

    So check out the OBF Mobile Site by visiting http://coaster.me/home. For those of you that insist on doing it the old-fashioned way, the complete list of beers is below.

    The taplist looks great! So pace yourself, drink plenty of water in between beers, and have great time!

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    Oregon Brewers Festival
    2014 Taplist

    Beer Name
    Beer Style
    10 Barrel Brewing Co
    Cider Weisse
    Berliner Style Weiss blended with green apple cider
    13 Virtues Brewing Co
    Hoptimal Results Imperial IPA 
    Imperial IPA
    21st Amendment Brewery
    San Francisco
    Hell or High Watermelon Wheat
    Wheat Beer
    Alameda Brewing Co
    Waterfront Park Extra Pale Ale
    Extra Pale Ale
    Alaskan Brewing Co
    Hopothermia Double IPA
    Imperial IPA
    Amnesia Brewing Co
    Crystal Red
    NW Red Ale
    Anderson Valley Brewing Co
    Summer Solstice
    Summer Cream Ale
    Ashtown Brewing Co
    Blackberry IPA
    NW IPA w/Fruit
    Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
    San Diego
    Sculpin IPA
    Bayern Brewing
    Bayern Amber
    Bear Republic Brewing Co
    American Pale Ale
    Beer Valley Brewing
    Heavy Sugars Honey Ale
    Honey Ale
    Boneyard Beer
    Pale Ale
    Boulder Beer Co
    Chocolate Porter
    Boundary Bay Brewery
    Double Dry Hopped Mosaic Pale Ale
    Pale Ale
    BridgePort Brewing Co
    Trilogy 2: Aussie Salute IPA
    Caldera Brewing Co
    Caldera Toasted Coconut Chocolate Porter
    Cascade Brewing
    Raspberry Wheat
    Fruit Beer
    Central City Brewing
    Red Betty Imperial IPA
    Imperial IPA
    Cigar City Brewing
    Blood Orange/Dragon Fruit Florida Weisse
    Berliner Weiss with Fruit
    Czech’d Out Pils
    German-style Pilsner
    Coronado Brewing Co
    Orange Avenue Wit
    California Style Witbier
    Crux Fermentation Project
    Off Leash NW Session Ale
    NW Session Ale
    Deschutes Brewery
    Dechutes Brewery Gluten Free
    NW Gluten Free Pale Ale
    Deschutes Brewery
    Ester the Farmhouse Maiden
    Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
    Dogfish Head Oak Aged Strong Ale
    Olde English Strong Ale
    Drake's Brewing Co
    San Leandro
    7x70 IPA
    West Coast Style IPA
    Dunedin Brewery
    Moon Reflects on Hibiscus
    White IPA w/ Hibiscus Flowers
    Ecliptic Brewing
    Perihelion Crimson Saison
    Saison brewed with Rhubarb
    Eel River Brewing Co
    Emerald Triangle IPA
    West Coast Style IPA
    Elysian Brewing Co
    Belgian Blonde Ale Fermented with plums and Brettanomyces
    Ex Novo Brewing Co
    Black & Wheat
    Fruit Wheat
    Fearless Brewing Co
    Peaches and Cream Ale
    American Style Cream Ale with Peaches
    Firestone Walker Brewing Co
    Paso Robles
    Easy Jack
    Session IPA
    Fitger's Brewhouse
    Hoppulujah IPA
    North Shore Style IPA
    Fort George Brewery & Public House
    The Optimist
    American Style IPA
    Full Sail Brewing Co
    Hood River
    Full Sail Cascade Pilsner
    NW German Pilsner
    Gigantic Brewing Co
    Who Ate All the Pies?
    Strawberry Rhubarb Gose
    Gilgamesh Brewing
    Radtke Radler
    Golden Valley Brewery
    Young Franken Stein
    GoodLife Brewing Co
    Nothing As It Seems
    Coffee Blonde
    Grain Station Brew Works
    Epernay Weiss Beer
    Champagne Wheat Beer
    Green Flash Brewing Co
    San Diego
    Citra Session IPA
    Session IPA
    Heathen Brewery
    Hop Centric IPA
    Hopworks Urban Brewery
    Belgian Apple
    Belgian Style Fruit Beer
    Kells Brew Pub
    Billy Ray Citrus
    Cascadian Dark Session Lager
    Klamath Basin Brewing Co
    Klamath Falls
    Breakfast Blend IPA
    IPA Brewed with Espresso
    Kona Brewing Co
    Kailua Kona
    Castaway IPA
    American Style IPA
    Laht Neppur Brewing Co
    Peach Pie Heffy
    American Hefeweizen with Fruit & Spice
    Lakefront Brewery
    Wisconsinite Summer Weiss
    Weiss Beer
    Laurelwood Brewing Co
    Pale Pony ISA
    India Session Ale
    Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
    Hood River
    Straffe Drieling
    Belgian Style Tripel
    Lompoc Brewing Co
    Pamplemousse IPA
    American Style IPA
    Lucky Labrador Brewing Co
    Portland Style Pale
    Maui Brewing Co
    Lorenzini Blood Orange Double IPA
    Double IPA brewed with Blood Orange
    Mazama Brewing
    Raspberry Hibiscus Wit
    McMenamins Concordia Brewery
    Double Helix Double IPA
    Double IPA
    Natian Brewery
    Portland Fog
    Organic NW Golden Ale
    Nimbus Brewing Co
    Old Monkeyshine Ale
    Strong Ale
    Ninkasi Brewing Co
    Fest Bier
    No-Li Brewhouse
    Empire No. 8 Session IPA
    Session IPA
    North Rim Brewing
    Belgian Pale Ale
    Oakshire Brewing Co
    American Pale Ale with citrus
    Old Market Pub & Brewery
    Cherry Derive
    Old Town Brewing Co
    Yosteamite Sam
    Oregon Common
    Omission Beer Co
    Grapefruit Shandy Session IPA
    Paradise Creek Brewery
    Huckleberry Pucker
    Berliner Weisse
    Payette Brewing Co
    Garden City
    Blood Orange IPA
    Fruit IPA
    Pelican Brewing Co
    Pacific City
    Phil's Pils
    Pre-Prohibition American Pilsner
    pFriem Family Brewers
    Hood River
    Hoppy Wheat
    American Hop Forward Wheat Beer
    Port Townsend Brewing Co
    Port Townsend
    Extra Special Hop Diggidy
    Portland Brewing Co
    Raspberry Oregon Honey Beer
    Honey Beer with Fruit
    Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub
    Huckleberry Wheat
    Fruit Wheat Ale
    Rock Bottom Brewery
    Cascadian Kölsch
    Cascadian Kölsch
    Rogue Ales
    Rogue Doppelsticke
    Scuttlebutt Brewing Co
    Jalapeno Tripel
    Belgian Style Tripel infused with Jalapeno & Serrano Peppers
    Sierra Nevada Brewing
    Double Latte Coffee Milk Stout (Collaboration with Ninkasi Brewing Co)
    Coffee Milk Stout
    Sixpoint Craft Ales
    Barrel Aged 3Beans
    Coffee Cacao Baltic Porter
    Sprecher Brewery
    Abbey Triple
    Belgian Tripel
    Stone Brewing Co
    Stone Liberty Station Witty Moron
    Black Wit
    Terminal Gravity Brewing
    Terminal Gravity IPA
    The Dudes Brewing Co
    Grandma’s Pecan Brown
    English Style Nut Brown Ale
    Three Creeks Brewing Co
    Goldminer’s Daughter Pre-prohibition Common Ale
    California Common Ale
    Upright Brewing Co
    Old News Saison
    Vertigo Brewing
    Fresh Razz Wheat
    Wheat beer with Fruit
    Viking Braggot Co
    Pineapple IPA
    IPA-style braggot
    Widmer Brothers Brewing
    Black Raspberry Ale
    Wild Ride Brewing
    Whoopty Whoop Wheat
    American Wheat with Lemon Peel