These new ones came this week: Redhook‘s latest, their red, white, and blue-themed American Pale Ale just in time for the holiday.
Category Archives: Marketing/PR
This came yesterday: From Small Town Brewery, who has been on fire lately with their “Not Your Father’s” products. I will say I’ve had their Root Beer and couldn’t finish a bottle—too sweet and cloying. But I will definitely try this and report on it.
Corvallis’ 2 Towns Ciderhouse has been on a roll lately, releasing a number of seasonals (for which I have some reviews coming up), rolling out a new package design, and adding to their can line-up. The latest to hit cans is their Made Marion cider, a six-pack of which arrived yesterday from the cidery: “Ripe and juicy, Made Marion unites fresh-pressed 100% Northwest apples with whole, locally grown Marion blackberries.” It’s part of their year-round … Continue reading →
There’s a new edition of the 33 Beers tasting books out for beer: the Professional Edition. I received several complimentary booklets today: Not only are these made with a special water- and beer-proof paper—actually “made from the same stuff milk jugs are made of” — but they also contain a color SRM reference guide and notations for tracking the color of a beer you drink. The new version will debut during PDX Beer Week coming … Continue reading →
After a weekend with FedEx (they tried to deliver Friday but missed), these were picked up today: The center “Cellar Series” is La Mûre, a Lambic style blackberry hard cider from 2 Towns Ciderhouse, which I’m frankly excited to try. According to 2 Towns, “We’ve made a small batch for our Cellar Series that will primarily be available in our tap room.” The other two are Hop & Stalk, their seasonal cider made with Citra hops … Continue reading →