The 2017 edition of 2 Towns Ciderhouse‘s seasonal Cherried Away cider arrived this weekend: About the cider, from the press release: Washington-grown Montmorency sour cherries and hibiscus blossoms mingle beautifully with fresh-pressed 100 percent Northwest apples to sweep you off your feet with lofty tart and floral aromas. For the … Continue reading
The 2017 edition of Portland Brewing’s spring seasonal Raise the Roost arrived early this week. They style it as a Belgian-style Red Ale, brewed to 6.2% abv. I’d received a bottle last year as well, and apparently did not get around to posting my notes about it. I’ll be sure … Continue reading
I received brand-new cans of PCT Porter from Crux Fermentation Project, the newest beer to be added to their canned lineup: The “PCT” in the name stands for Pacific Crest Trail, the 2,659 mile long hiking trail from the border of Mexico to the border of Canada. The beer itself is … Continue reading
Two beers from Pyramid Brewing arrived yesterday that I had not yet heard of: Triangulate Citrus Pale Ale, their spring seasonal, and Railroad Avenue Imperial Porter. This latter is the latest in their Brewer’s Reserve series. Very interesting in trying both of these.
These three bottles arrived yesterday: Deschutes Brewery’s flagship Mirror Pond Pale Ale. I’m not sure of the occasion other than a branding/bottle label refresh. But this is a solid, classic American pale ale that I’m always happy to drink.
The latest beer in Deschutes Brewery’s year-round lineup arrived today: Pacific Wonderland Lager. It is the brewery’s first year-round packaged lager offering, and yes, I’ve seen it in stores here in Bend already. Looking forward to drinking these; I’ve had this beer at the pub (before I knew it was … Continue reading
Several of these came my way this week: Chapter 2 Casual Ale from Silver Moon Brewing. This sessionable pale ale is only 4.7% alcohol by volume with 30 IBUs so it’s easy drinking but has a great flavor profile. I’m also a fan of this can art Silver Moon has going … Continue reading
This arrived late-ish last night, the penultimate day of the year: Yes indeed, Deschutes Brewery’s phenomenal imperial stout, The Abyss. Not a bad beer to receive for the final marketing sample of the year. Cheers!
Two of these packages arrived yesterday (on my birthday!) and one I received about a week ago. Pyramid Brewing Barrel-Aged Snow Cap gift set: Worthy Brewing Barrel Aged Dark Muse Imperial Stout (2014 vintage): And Sonoma Cider The Jax — cider inspired by Apple Jacks breakfast cereal: Cheers!
Arrived this weekend, the 2016/2017 edition of Deschutes Brewery’s Red Chair NWPA: Red Chair is out now, filling the void left by Jubelale which has apparently sold out already (or nearly so). Red Chair is a perennial fan favorite after all. I imagine I will have some notes as I … Continue reading