The latest summer seasonal from Corvallis’ 2 Towns Ciderhouse arrived this week: Cot in the Act is their apricot cider, and they say: “each gallon packs two pounds of Washington- grown, ripe and juicy Rival Apricots.” Should be tasty!
Came today: this year’s anniversary beer from Bend’s Deschutes Brewery: It occurs to me I have several years’ worth of these in the “cellar,” perhaps it’s time for a vertical tasting?
These new ones came this week: Redhook‘s latest, their red, white, and blue-themed American Pale Ale just in time for the holiday.
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 … 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 … 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 … Continue reading
The end of last week saw the receipt of a number of 10 Barrel Brewing‘s latest releases: Estonya Imperial Porter, Rose Bois Grand Cru, cans of Cucumber Crush, and the new summer seasonal, Piña (Pineapple Passion Fruit Summer Ale). Expect to see some writing on several of these.
A bottle of the latest Reserve Series beer from Deschutes Brewery arrived today—the new Pinot Suave: This is a strong Belgian-style ale aged for 18 months in Pinot Noir oak wine barrels with Pinot grape must (the freshly-pressed juice that includes the skins, seeds, everything). I’ve sampled this beer already, at … Continue reading
I haven’t seen much from Redhook Brewery these days, but a package arrived today out of the blue from them: It’s new this year and styled as a “Golden Rye Ale,” with 4.7% abv and 35 IBUs. The insert in the box also notes that this new beer is also part … Continue reading