Vitis Noble, meaning noble vine, features sour wheat and blond ales aged in oak barrels for up to 16 months with Willamette Valley grown chardonnay grapes, one of the most celebrated "noble" varietals. This Northwest sour ale captures the vibrancy of chardonnay complemented by a kiss of French oak and notes of melon, apple and tropical fruit.
This amazing Northwest sour is a blend of wheat and blond ales aged in oak wine barrels for up to 18 months with black and red raspberries, fresh ginger, and thyme. This unique project offers carefully layered flavors of ripe bramble fruit with a refreshing ginger lift and soft notes of lavender and pine.
This NW style sour ale blends wheat & blond ales that were oak aged in barrels for 6 mths, then additionally aged 4 mths on fresh blueberries. Huge herbal notes of dense blueberries in the nose give way to hints of oak & a dusty floral note. Rich earthy notes of dark fruit on the palate lead to a tart finish that dries out to a base note of blueberry skins
The Vine is a blend of sour wheat and blond ales aged in white wine barrels for up to 16 months with Gewürztraminer grapes. The 2015 vintage was a particularly hot year, yielding beautifully ripened fruit that offers flavors of lychee, tropical fruit, green grapes and a hint of spice
This Northwest sour ale is a blend of wheat ales that were aged in oak wine barrels with cranberries, orange peel and cinnamon for up to 14 months. Using cranberries grown along the Oregon coast, the 2015 blend offers brilliant cranberry fruit flavor with soft spice notes that offer refreshment throughout the entire year
This NW style sour red is a blend of barrels with up to 16 months of oak barrel lactic fermentation and oak barrel aging. Dark fruit, sour, oak and funk flavors sweep over your taste buds like an incoming tide
This Northwest sour ale is a blend of wheat and blond ales aged in oak wine barrels with blackcap raspberries for up to 14 months. Clean, concentrated flavors of black and red raspberries are the showcase of this blend with hints of red wine, French oak and dark summer fruits
Meaning “blood of the oak,” Sang du Chêne features sour strong blond and triple ales aged in three large format oak vessels: foudres, puncheons, and hogsheads. The oak influences provide flavors of toasted sugars, vanilla, and spice, complemented by the bright acidity and fruity character of the beer
Pearpawsterous is a collaboration blend built in partnership with our friends at Upland Brewing. This limited project features regional ingredients sourced from each brewer's home state - Oregon-grown pears and Indiana-grown paw paws - layered over a base of sour wheat ales aged for up to 12 months in oak barrels
This Northwest sour ale is a blend of wheat and blond ales aged in oak barrels for up to 14 months with strawberries and vanilla beans. Featuring Northwest grown Totem strawberries, the 2015 project captures the essence of fresh strawberries with subtle notes of oak, vanilla and fruit preserves
Winter Seasonal. Brewed with 4 types of cherries, aged in oak for one year. Cascade Kriek Ale spends over 6 months of lactic fermentation and aging in small oak barrels. This "Belgian Flanders Style Red Ale" is refermented with a blend of fresh whole Northwest cherries and then hand bottled. Cascade Kriek Ale is bottle fermented and should be refrigerated...
This Northwest sour red ale is a blend of barrels that were aged between 12 and 24 months in oak wine barrels, then additionally aged on elderberries for five to 12 months. Aromas of dark leather, aged port, raisins, black currants and hints of red peppercorns are present at first. Tart, dark fruit and aged port, followed by leather, black currants and...