That's right, IT'S BACK!!! We are celebrating 3 years just like we always do... with an insanely good tap list featuring our favorite breweries. We may have an extra surprise or two in store this year so watch out for updates.
1 Kloster Andechs “Andechser Vollbier Hell” 4.8%
Its head is firm and fine pored. Its aroma is pure and fresh from the cellar, with soft malty accents imbued with floral hoppiness. Its light and soft body leaves a pleasant, tangy taste in the mouth. The mild sweetness marries well with the velvety bitterness of the hops. It concludes on a rounded, harmonious note.
2 Barley Brown's Brew Pub "Ratchet Strap IPA" 7.0% 2015 GABF Gold Medal Winner. A bright IPA brewed with Mellon, Mosaic and Simcoe Hops. Light bitterness and balanced with fruity hop aroma.
3 Claim 52 Brewing "Durbin Poison" 7.2%
Hazy IPA brewed with Simcoe and Citra. Conditioned on two varieties of lemon zest and grapefruit puree.
4 Block 15 Brewing Co. "The Dab Lab: Pineapple Skunk" 7.0%
The DAB Lab series focuses on hop-forward ales brewed with a lively blend of hop extractions and varietals. Inspired by the dank and tropical flavors found in the choicest terpene-packed herbs, this Pineapple Skunk edition was brewed with sticky, resinous hop additions and fermented with a characterful yeast strain on hundreds of pounds of vibrant pineapple.
5 Grains of Wrath "Mouth For War" 9.0%
With dank flavors and aromas of tangerine, pine and citrus, this IIPA will give your taste buds the beat down they deserve.
6 pFriem Family Brewers "Wit" 5.1%
It is considered polite in Belgium to stand for a toast. Stand now, and raise a glass to sweet aromas of orange and spice, light-creamy flavor and a refreshing finish. Here’s looking at you, Wit.
7 Heater Allen Brewing "Dunkel" 4.9%
A Brown lager with toasty maltiness and a clean finish
8 Oregon City Brewing Company "El Rio de Crimea" 8.5%
This south-of-the-border version of our Crimea River Baltic porter features Mexican vanilla beans, cacao, Happy Rock El Chupacabra roast cold-brewed coffee, and Saigon cinnamon. You won't want a wall between your taste buds and this beer!
9 Fort George Brewery "Bourbon Barrel Aged Matryoshka w/ Vanilla" 12.8%
Matryoshka is a barrel-aged winter offering in the Sweet Virginia Series, stacking layers upon layers of elegant complexity. The brewers begin with From Astoria With Love, a hearty Russian Imperial Stout seasonal. They tuck that stout seasonal into bourbon barrels, or wine barrels (or whatever barrels they happen to get their hands on), nestling them away in the Lovell Showroom for the year. A small portion of those barrels receive some added love – perhaps vanilla beans
10 Fremont Brewing "2017 Rusty Nail " 12.7%
The Rusty Nail begins life as The First Nail, an oatmeal stout of epic proportions with brewer’s licorice, smoked barley, and pale malt and is then aged on cinnamon bark. She becomes the Rusty Nail after spending 15 months in 12-year old bourbon barrels. The Rusty Nail pounds your palate, challenges your perception of all that you’ve known of beer, and leaves you wanting … another sip.
11 Alesong Brewing and Blending "Four Pirates" 11.1%
Teaming up with Good Bugs Fermentation project and Inland Island Yeast, we created a Belgian Style Quad with a unique Belgian yeast blend. We custom blended it with one year-old Quad aged in Rum Barrels from our cellars. Four pirates is loaded with notes of caramel, fig, ripe fruit and brown sugar punctuated by spicy cinnamon, mild banana and ripe pear aromas.
12 Monkish Brewing Co. "Haiku de Saison" 6.3%
Haiku de Saison is a lovely beer and we're excited to share it with you! It's a mixed-fermentation saison that aged in our French oak foudres (large 1400gal wine vats) with our house mixed culture of wild yeast and souring bacteria. For over 20 years these foudres aged Sauvignon Blanc; as a result this tart, earthy, complex saison has layering notes of white wine and oak. This tart saison will continue to evolve with age.
13 Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, LLC. "Peche N Brett" 10.0%
Our seasonal oak aged peach beer is brewed with local Oregon fruit. Peche 'n Brett is brewed and refermented with the peaches added in to our award winning Seizoen Bretta. One and a half pound of peaches are added to each gallon of Bretta to produce a secondary fermentation resulting in complex oak-derived fruity dryness. Final refermentation with pear juice provides natural carbonation with added aromas and flavors captured in the bottle.
14 De Garde Brewing "The Little Peach" 5.0%
A Spontaneous Wild Ale Aged in Oak Barrels With Oregon Peaches
15 Brasserie Cantillon "Rose de Gambrinus" 5.5%
Blend of lambics and raspberries - 200 g of raspberries per litre of beer. Beer with a slightly acidic, fruity and fragrant taste. Just like kriek, the “fruitiness” of Rosé de Gambrinus is at its best when the beer is young. With age the lambic will take the upper hand, but this is at the expense of the fruit component.
16 Finnriver "Fire Barrel Cider" 9.2%
A robust, bold and balanced taste of traditional cider apples— with a whisper of whiskey and rye spice; smoky aromas; notes of caramel and vanilla; and a mature, tannic finish. 100% Finnriver orchard organic cider apples: Chisel Jersey, Brown Snout, Harry Master’s Jersey, Medaille d’Or, Frequin rouge, Dabinette & Major. Carefully farmcrafted and fermented with a blend of homegrown Finnriver orchard organic cider apples and white wine yeast in stainless steel tanks. Once the fermentation is complete, we cask the cider in Washington rye whiskey barrels for 5 months to impart depth and character. This award-winning cider was inspired by PNW cidermaker Drew Zimmerman, whose mentorship and cider apple trees helped us establish our orchard.