The Brewpublic blog is turning two this month, and they’re celebrating by holding “KillerBeerWeek” later this month—and it starts out with Killer Beers of Bend at The Beermongers bottle shop and micro bar on October 20th. Starting at 5pm, you’ll be able to taste some of the fine beers of Bend that you may not otherwise see elsewhere—the full list was forwarded by Angelo, and it’s after the jump.
And, big congrats all around to Brewpublic, one of the best beer blogs around, done right and on point as always.
Killer Beers of Bend lineup:
Double Woody Cabernet
A deep amber brown colored brew that is spicy and complex. Not as much fruitiness as the Belgian Strong Dark Ale but with some dark fruit aromas and flavors. Mild hop bitterness from Sterling and Saaz additions but with no lingering hop flavors. Featuring 2-Row Pale, Aromatic, Munich, Cara-Pils, Biscuit, Caravienne, Special B, and Black malts as well as Demerara Sugar. For extra complexity this beer was aged in Leonetti Cabernet Barrels for 8 months. If you’re looking for a very unique and complex beer, give it a run. Served appropriately in a snifter. 7.7% ABV, 26 IBU.
From one of Oregon’s most acclaimed brewers, Tonya Cornett, comes this seasonal special seasonal brew. Reddish brown in color with an inviting toasty aroma with notes of caramel, nuts and some fruitiness. This crisp and malty lager features Pils, Dark Munich, and Munich malts and is spiced with Perle and Liberty hops. 5.8% ABV, 30 IBU.
IBU’s: 18 Alcohol Content: 5%
This tasty devil is an American-style red ale with a welcoming amber hue. Balance of malt complexity with American hop varietals. Liberally spiced with Perle, Chinook, and Cascades without overpowering a malt underpinning constituted of Crystal, Pale, Munich malts with the addition of Roasted malt for color. 6% ABV, 47 IBU.
Willkommen! The first traditional Berlinerweisse brewed at Deschutes Brewery is a real mind-bender: Three fermentations (weiss yeast, lactobacillus, and wild yeast) produce a light & sour refreshing beverage!
5% ABV, 18 IBU.
Bridge Creek Pilsner
The Bridge Creek Pilsner is a crisp Czech Style lager brewed cold. Using European hops and traditional yeast and malts, this Pilsner is light, pleasing and plentiful. Bronze medal winner in the Bohemian-style Pilsner category at 2010 Great American Beer Festival. Prost! 4.7% ABV, 9.5 IBU