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Honolulu Brewers Festival Beer List

Here’s the almost complete beer list for the 2015 Honolulu Brewers Festival. You can purchase tickets online here or at Real and Brew’d. This is Oahu’s premiere beer festival with a stellar line up of food as well.

Aloha Brewing Company – Aloha Lager- 4.8% ABV, 28 IBU. The flagship beer of the Aloha Beer Company. Aloha Lager is our version of a European Continental Pilsner or a classic ‘green bottle’ beer. This light-bodied, straw colored lager features a mild bitterness and a dry, spicy finish. Pairs well with everything from seafood ceviche to a dinner steak.

Aloha Brewing Company – Aloha Red- 4.6% ABV, 26 IBU. British caramel and roasted malts give this smooth drinking brew its deep reddish amber color and nutty toffee-like finish. Aloha Red is an ale that offers a fuller flavor and is a very approachable and refreshing beer that bridges lighter and darker styles.

Anchor Brewing Company – Anchor Saison Spring Ale – 7.2% ABV. Saisons originated with the rustic farmhouse ales of Wallonia, a mostly French-speaking region of Belgium. Bière de saison was brewed during the saison froide (cold season) for consumption during the warmer months. Today saisons are made and enjoyed year-round. Anchor Saison Spring Ale is a traditional Belgian-style saison with a California twist. The distinctiveness of roasted Belgian wheat malt is enhanced by the peppery, clove-like flavors of a locally cultured saison-style yeast. And, for this release, Anchor chose three California ingredients—lemongrass, lemon peel, and ginger—whose synergy adds a tangy crispness and herbal spiciness to this sharply refreshing, uniquely Californian saison.

Anchor Brewing Company – Anchor IPA 6.5%ABV, IBU. Anchor IPA™ is made with 2-row barley malt and fresh whole-cone hops, its bright amber color, distinctively complex aroma, spiky bitterness, malty depth, and clean finish unite to create a uniquely flavorful, memorable, and timeless craft IPA.

Anderson Valley Brewing Company – The Kimmy, The Yink and The Holy Gose 4.2% ABV. The refreshing tartness in this divine, bright golden-colored ale gives way to earthy undertones and hints of citrus followed by a slight sea salt-like dryness and tangy, effervescent finish.

Anderson Valley Brewing Company – Heelch’o Hops DIPA – 8.7% ABV, 100 IBU. Robust. Brewed with a “heelch” (that means “a lot” in Boontling) of Columbus, Chinook, and Cascade hops, our double IPA has a palate pleasing bitterness that is artfully balanced with a full-bodied malt foundation. With a deep color of polished brass and a nose that sings of pink grapefruit and redwood needles, the rich biscuit-like malt flavors are intertwined with hints of vanilla, mangoes, and peppercorns leading to a deep, warming finish.

Ballast Point Brewing Company – Grapefruit Sculpin- 7% ABV, IBU. Our Award-winning IPA, with a citrus twist. Our Grapefruit Sculpin is the latest take on our signature IPA. Some may say there are few ways to improve Sculpin’s unique flavor, but the tart freshness of grapefruit perfectly complements our IPA’s citrusy hop character. Grapefruit’s a winter fruit, but this easy-drinking ale tastes like summer. The Sculpin IPA is a testament to our humble beginnings as Home Brew Mart. It showcases bright flavors and aromas of apricot, peach, mango & lemon. The lighter body also brings out the crispness of the hops. The Sculpin fish has poisonous spikes on its fins that can give a strong sting. Ironically, the meat from a Sculpin fish is considered some of the tastiest. Something that has a sting but tastes great; sounds like a Ballast Point India Pale Ale. This version of our Sculpin IPA has grapefruit added; the grapefruit flavor really enhances the citrus aroma of the hops.

Ballast Point Brewing Company –– 3.5% ABV, IBU.

Belching Beaver Brewery– Damned! Double IPA – 8.8% ABV, 75 IBU. Our Dammed Double IPA has more hops than logs in a dam! Yet, you would never know it. This beer carries all of the spicy and earthy complexity that hops offers without the harsh bitterness. With a clean finish, this beer is proof that God loves you, and He wants you to be happy.

Belching Beaver Brewery – Peanut Butter Milk Stout – 5.3% ABV, 30 IBU. Our Peanut Butter Milk Stout is simply irresistible. It’s like dark chocolate Reese’s in a glass! Rolled oats and Lactose add to the creamy body of this beer while heavenly aromas of roasted buttery peanuts and chocolate greet you with every sip. Try this out with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a real treat!

Big Island Brewhaus –-ABV, IBU.

Big Island Brewhaus –-ABV, IBU.

Boston Beer Company – Double Black- 7.0% ABV, IBU. Cloaked in mystery and darkness, this style was originally stored in deep caves in the shadowy forests of Eastern Germany. Our dark, rich, roasty brew is full-bodied with subtle notes of caramel and chocolate sweetness and an unexpected fresh and crisp finish. Dark in color but smooth in flavor, this beer shows that looks can be deceiving.

Boston Beer Company – Helles Black – 7.0% ABV, IBU. The legend and the lore of the Bock style is varied. Some tale allude to brawny brews having the “kick of a billy goat” This golden Helles Bock has a firm malt backbone and the toasty biscuit notes are accompanied by a subtle spicy hop bitterness. There is a softer side to this big brew as it finished with lighter notes of honey.

Breakside Brewing Company – Salted Caramel Stout – 6.7% ABV, IBU. A dessert stout brewed with lactose caramel and fleur de sel, inspired by our friends Tyler & Kim Malek at Salt & Straw. Tyler has been working on perfecting a lactose caramel syrup that mimics the flavor in his sea salt and caramel ice cream. After a few test blends, we’re worried that this might be the most addictive dessert beer ever made.

Breakside Brewing Company – Wanderlust IPA – 6.4% ABV, 40 IBU. Golden IPA made with five different hops. Intense grapefruit and dank notes with a crisp finish.

Brouwerij St Bernardus – St Bernardus Extra 4 – 4.8%ABV, IBU. Extra 4 is a classic Belgian “Single” style, light golden in color, full of flavor and character and brewed with more hops and bitterness in comparison to the other well-known St Bernardus abbey ales. Extra 4 will be brewed with high fermentation and bottled conditioned with an ABV of 4.8%. Extra 4 will be a unique, tasty and refreshing spring and summer quencher with a lower alcohol content than such other popular St Bernardus products as Abt 12, Tripel and Prior 8.

Brouwerij Verhaeghe – Duchesse de Bourgogne -6.2%ABV. Duchesse de Bourgogne is the traditional top fermented reddish-brown ale from the West-Flanders region of Belgium. This refined ale also known as “The Burgundies of Belgium” is a blend of 8 and 18 months old ales

Clown Shoes Beer – Hoppy Feet 2.0 IPA – 10% ABV, IBU. Hoppy Feet is the first beer we made, Hoppy Feet 1.5 commemorated our first anniversary. Hoppy Feet 2.0 brings a new twist, using twice the hops and all of the knowledge gained during 5 years of brewing Black IPA’s that we love. The result: a brew with malty roast, richness, and an extremely dark hop profile. Cheers, friends!

Clown Shoes Beer – Crasher In The Rye Double Imperial Stout – 11.5% ABV, IBU. Ahhh, what better smell is there than chupacabras, defeated, burning in a field of rye? Ummm, perhaps the complex aromatics of Crasher in the Rye? Texas oak smoked malt, from Blacklands Malt Company, as well a touch of rye malt, complement the roasted bittersweet core of the brew. Aged 100% in Rye and Bourbon barrels

Coronado Brewing Company – Skull Wrapper- 7.0% ABV, IBU. This beer has been hopped to Hell and back. Melding the pithiness of Citra with the evergreen character of Simcoe and high Alpha bitterness of Nugget hops to create a well-rounded hop bomb.

Coronado Brewing Company –Devil’s Tail IPA – 7.5%ABV, 75 IBU. An IPA collaboration with Virginia’s award winning Devils Backbone Brewing Company. This beer has bright citrus and tropical fruit character care of Centennial and Mosaic hops, with a woody rusticity from the Northern Brewer hops.

Deschutes Brewery – IRA (India Red Ale) – 6%ABV, 71 IBU. Deschutes India Red Ale is a great choice for malt lovers and hop lovers alike! US Tettnanger, Crystal, Willamette, Saaz, Summer and Winter Brewer hops bring aromas of herbal spiciness, followed by a pleasant woodiness. Carared and Black Barley malts lend a nice full maltiness, with dark caramel and toffee flavors.

Deschutes Brewery – Pinedrops IPA – 6.5% ABV, 70 IBU. This West Coast IPA is like that sweet little Nordic trail off the main trail of Meissner – it takes the high road. Using Pilsner base malt, it is light on malt but not hops. With a hop bill consisting of Amarillo, Centennial, Northern Brewer, and experimental hop X, we packed in the pine along with the citrus notes we love.

Gigantic Brewing Company – Ginormous Imperial IPA – 8.8% ABV, 100+IBU. Developed in a secret testing facility deep in S.E. Portland, Ginormous is powered by seven mighty hops. His mission is simple; to deliver a massive hop punch to those in need.

Gigantic Brewing Company – Saboteur Baltic Porter – ABV, IBU. The Saboteur seeks not only to destroy but to save, to be free of the machine, the powerful, and the dogmatic. Consider this beer both the agent and his action, resulting in a new concept of what a Baltic porter can be.

GoodLife Brewing Company– Descender IPA 7.0%ABV, 70 IBU. This beer is a hop lover’s dream that has balance you will appreciate. We created it for you so you can take time out from the rigors of life and descend to a valley full of hops – sounds good, no, great! Brewed with a process called “Hop Bursting,” resulting in a beer with a balance and quality that you will not forget!

Good Life – Sweet as Pacific Ale – 6.1%ABV, 18 IBU, Why name a beer Sweet As? Sweet As could be the adjective to describe a fishing hole, a ski run, a sunset glowing behind a mountain or a set of legs that happen to be walking in front of you. Sweet As means “Really Good”.

Goose Island Beer Company – Pere Jacques– 8.7% ABV, 26 IBU. Brewed with loads of malt and Belgian yeast, Pere Jacques is a wonderfully fruity, malty ale. Pere Jacques’ complex flavors stand shoulder to shoulder with the Belgian Dubbels enjoyed in the world’s finest beer bars. At the dining table it’s the perfect alternative to a glass of vintage port.

Goose Island Beer Company – Goose IPA – 5.7% ABV, 55 IBU. Our India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India were highly hopped to preserve their distinct taste during the long journey. The result is a hop lover’s dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish.

Green Flash Brewing Company – Le Freak – 9.2%ABV. IBU. Le Freak is a modern ale created by converging two beer styles, Belgian Tripel and American Imperial IPA. The use of two yeast strains further marries the styles and American hops give the beer its modern flare.

Green Flash Brewing Company – Hop Odyssey Mosaic Session IPA – 4.5% ABV, 65 IBU. The first beer of our 2015 Hop Odyssey Series features Mosaic hops. This bold hop has notable characteristics from its parentage Simcoe and Nugget hops, but Mosaic creates a unique and complex floral, tropical, fruity blend with earthy characteristics. Mosaic also imparts blueberry and other dark berry notes to the beer.

Heretic Brewing Company– Chocolate Hazelnut Porter – 7.0% ABV, IBU. A Rich, Smooth Ale Porter with Natural Flavors Added Chocolate hazelnut Porter was the very first beer I entered in competition. It took 3rd place and gave me feedback on what I could do to improve. This sparked my passion for using competition to improve my brewing. The next time it took 1st place and eventually a Best of Show award. This is just something wonderful about the combination of rich chocolate and toasty hazelnut. When I started Heretic, people asked when we would release Chocolate Hazelnut Porter, but we had to be patient. Like that first award winning beer, I had to make sure the one in this bottle was perfect before we could release it. Many brews and tastings later, I am proud to offer you this rich, chocolaty, nutty, dessert in a glass.

Heretic Brewing Company – Evil Cousin – 8% ABV, 100 IBU. Evil Cousin is Heretic’s take on a West coast imperial IPA. This beer is a bold, in-your-face hop monster. It has a light, easy drinking malt character that allows the hops to stand out. The hop character in this beer is intentionally on the dank side; big, sticky, and aggressive. This beer is for those of you who can’t get enough hops. Join us on the dank side.

Honolulu Beer Works – Mahi’ai Honey Citrus Saison – 6% ABV, 25 IBU. Unfiltered Ale, pale-orange in color with heavy citrus aroma. 30% wheat malt added, and brewed with local orange, tangerine, lemon, lemongrass, and Big Island honey.

Honolulu Beer Works – Makakilo Brown – 5.6% ABV, 35 IBU. Clear brown color, medium body beer with a mild roast flavor and mild bitterness created by the grains. It carries a mild fruitiness with a low hop leveled balance.

Knee Deep Brewing Company – Simtra Triple IPA – 11.25% ABV, 131 IBU. Simtra Triple IPA delivers a punch in the face with its very danky hop aroma derived from Simcoe and Citra hops. You wanted more hops you got them.

Knee Deep Brewing Company – Hoptologist IIPA – 9.0% ABV, 103 IBU. Part of the MEPS series. An American Double India Pale Ale that packs a punch when it comes to hops. The aroma and flavors will give you citrus and pine with a slight malt sweetness that finishes dry.

Kona Brewing Company – Barrel Aged Vanilla Thrilla – 8.8% ABV, 45 IBU.

Kona Brewing Company – Makana Aina – 6.0%ABV, 29 IBU. We’re paying tribute to the beautiful land of Hawaii with our limited edition Makana Series Aina Brown Ale. With kalo added to the mash, you’ll taste its earthy flavor which balances the caramel complexity of this unique brew. Take a sip, close your eyes, and let the spirit of Haloa give you appreciation for the paradise beneath your feet.

Lanikai Brewing Company – 808 Imperial IPA – 8.1%ABV, 75 IBU. Select hops bring citrus, grapefruit and floral notes to our signature IPA. A solid malt backbone adds a touch of sweetness.

Lanikai Brewing Company – Pillbox Porter – 6.5%ABV, 45 IBU. Porter brewed with real vanilla beans. This robust brew features sweet malts and caramel notes balanced by a touch of hop bitterness and a spicy, herbal aroma.

Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales – Seizoen – 7.5% ABV, IBU. Our organic farmhouse ale is brewed in small batches on a traditional farm brewery as it has historically been made for hundreds of years. This unfiltered bottle of Seizoen, with its beeswax seal, is naturally refermented and carbonated with select yeast strains, producing complex fruity and spicy flavors balanced with hops and a soft malt character.

Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales – Seizoen Bretta – 8.0% ABV, IBU. Our organic farmhouse ale is brewed in small batches on a traditional farm brewery as it has historically been made for hundreds of years. This unfiltered bottle of seizoen, with its beeswax seal, is naturally refermented and carbonated with select yeast strains producing fruity and spicy flavors that are balanced by hops and a soft malt character. Special Brettanomyces yeast provides added dryness and crisp complexity. For the most satisfying results, store upright in a cold, dark place and enjoy in a proper glass. Certified Organic

Lost Coast Brewery – Great White – 4.8% ABV, IBU. An American version of the Belgian style. This unfiltered beer has a striking translucent, golden color with white clouds. Seemingly a contradiction in terms, it has a full body mouth-feel but is surprisingly light to drink. Topped with a hint of citrus, provided by Coriander and a secret blend of Humboldt herbs, this beer is slightly sweet and a delight to drink in any season.

Lost Coast Brewery – Sharkinator White IPA – 4.8% ABV, 18 IBU. Our Great White taken to the next level by dry hopping it with Cascade, Chinook, and Citra hops. Drink it all, we’ll make more.

Maui Brewing Company – Imperial CoCoNut PorTeR- 7.9% ABV, IBU. Our Imperial Coconut Porter is a stronger version of robust porter spiced with all natural toasted coconut. It is black in color and crowned with a creamy, dark tan head. It begins with a malty-toasted-coconut aroma followed by a rich, silky mouthfeel with tastes of dark malt, chocolate, and hints of coffee. TCHO cocoa nibs were blended with the toasted coconut during the maturation process to intensify the aroma of coconut and dark chocolate.

Maui Brewing Company – Pueo Pale Ale – 5.5% ABV, 30 IBU. This pale ale consists of two-row malted barley and a dash of Munich and crystal malts. Centennial and Simcoe hops are used to give a crisp hop bitterness to balance the malty notes.

Modern Times Brewing Company – Black House – 5.8 %ABV, 40 IBU. Black House is an oatmeal coffee stout bursting with coffee aroma and flavor. Modern Times is one of the only breweries in the world to roast our own coffee, which allows us to be exceptionally picky about which coffees we use and how we roast them. The result is an abundantly flavorful beer that’s incredibly complex and aromatic, with loads of roast character and a chocolate-covered espresso bean finish. But Black House packs all that flavor into a reasonable package: at only 5.8% ABV, it can comfortably be consumed by the pint.

Modern Times Brewing Company – Fortunate Islands – 4.8 %ABV, 46 IBU. Fortunate Islands shares the characteristics of a hoppy IPA and an easy drinking wheat beer. A massive dose of Citra and Amarillo hops gives it a blastwave of tropical hop aromatics: mango, tangerine, and passionfruit all leap out of the glass when poured. Brewed with 60% wheat malt, Fortunate Islands also has the mild, nutty malt backbone, reasonable ABV, and restrained bitterness to make it an outstanding session beer.

Mission Brewing Company – Shipwrecked Double IPA – 9.25% ABV, IBU. A style of beer curiously born on the foggy shores of Father Junipero Serra’s first founding mission. Our own vigorous entry is one rebellious IPA, quick on the trigger, and brimming with a bounty of hop ingenuity. This is a big, bold, brazen beer, a restless vision of a new America.

Mission Brewing Company – Coconut Brown Ale – 5.5% ABV, IBU.

No-Li Brewhouse – Mosh Pit Cherry Ale – 7.5% ABV, 15 IBU. A base of the choicest Northwest two-row pale malt is fermented with loads of cranberry and cherry purees from Oregon Fruit Products. This hand-crafted fruit beer contains no flavorings, artificial colors or preservatives; only the highest quality fruit, malt and hops sourced from the Pacific Northwest. This tart fruit beer is a mosh pit of sweet and tart, keeping your taste buds coming back for more.

No-Li Brewhouse – Rise and Grind – 6.1% ABV, 22 IBU. Rise & Grind – it’s a wake-up call, a brewer’s breakfast. This smooth and luscious ale imparts flavors of coffee, chocolate and toasted grain. Layers of freshly roasted Gemelli coffee gives the beer an extra twist. Brewed for those of us who roll up our sleeves, and grind out the day.

North Coast – Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout– 9.0% ABV, 75 IBU. Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It’s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish. The Old Rasputin brand image is a drawing of Rasputin with a phrase in Russian encircling it—A sincere friend is not born instantly.

North Coast – Red Seal Ale – 5.5%ABV, 42 IBU. Malt and hops are beautifully married in this full-bodied, copper-red Pale Ale. Red Seal Ale is generously hopped in the traditional manner for a long, spicy finish.

Occidental Brewing Company – Hefeweizen – 4.5% ABV, IBU. Our hefeweizen is of the classic Bavarian variety. Made with 70% wheat, lightly hopped with German Hallertauer, it’s refreshing and slightly dry with the beguiling banana and clove notes that give away the provenance of the true weizen yeast we use. This is a German-style wheat beer the way it should be–no lemon needed to make up for inadequacy.

Occidental Brewing Company – Bohemian-Style Pilsner –% ABV, IBU.

Oskar Blues Brewing Company – Dales Pale Ale – 6.5% ABV, IBU. Brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and four kinds of American hops, it delivers a blast of hop aromas, a rich middle of malt and hops, and a thrilling finish. It weighs in at 6.5 % alcohol by volume. Why squeeze such a big brew into a little can? Because we think fun in the great outdoors calls for great beer. Our cans go where bottled beers can’t, where flavorless canned beers don’t belong. And no matter where you drink Dale’s Pale Ale, our can protect it from light and oxidation far better than bottles do. Northern Brewer for bittering, Cascade and Columbus for flavor, and a big, post-boil addition of Centennial for aroma.

Oskar Blues Brewing Company – Mama’s Little Yella Pils – 5.3% ABV, IBU. Our first lager produced with the 20 bbl brewhouse. This pilsner is a clear golden color. Four additions of Saaz hops lend a spicy-floral hop component.

Pelican Pub & Brewery – Silverspot IPA – 6.0% ABV, 55 IBU. Silverspot IPA holds a permanent slot in the Pelican lineup with its brilliant gold color and assertively complex hop aroma. Brew Master Darron Welch selected the blend of Sterling, Fuggle and Meridian hops, focusing on herbal, floral, spicy and tangerine-like characters to create this highly drinkable 6% abv English-Style IPA.

Pelican Pub & Brewery – Kiwanda Cream Ale – 5.1% ABV, IBU. Kiwanda Cream Ale is pale gold with a fruity, floral hop aroma. A sweet malty flavor and a smooth dry finish round out this tasty, refreshing brew!

Pizza Port Brewing Company – Ponto’s Pale Ale 4.5% ABV, IBU. A tasty hoppy Pale Ale brewed in San Diego. The judges seem to think it’s a nice IPA. Whatever you want to call it, we like it too! One of the best-selling beers in Solana Beach. Enjoy a pint and savor the citrus flavors of the bittering hops and the maltiness of our ale strain.

Pizza Port Brewing Company – OB Chronic –4.7%ABV, IBU. This Amber Ale is a Pizza Port O.B. stable. Brewed year around at Pizza Port OB, this is a great go to beer. Brewed with English malt and American grown noble hops makes a nice malt back bone with just the right amount of hops to keep it balanced.

Rogue Ales – Cold Brew IPA. – 6.9% ABV, 35 IBU. Take a break from the daily grind with Rogue’s new COLD BREW IPA. Brewed with Stumptown Cold Brew coffee and proprietary ingredients grown on the Rogue Farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, COLD BREW IPA is a delicious marriage of coffee and beer that is equally drinkable at morning or night. For nearly two decades, Portland based Stumptown Coffee has been an industry leader in coffee roasting. Stumptown Cold Brew, as the name suggests, is coffee brewed using cold, filtered water – producing a smooth, less bitter cup of joe.

Rogue Farms – Big Ass Maple Doppelbock – 9.0% ABV, 25 IBU. Big Ass Doppelbock, in celebration of Oktoberfest in Munich, is brewed using a number of specialty German malts and fermented with an Oktoberfest Lager Yeast. It is also created using Rogue Farms Liberty Hops, golden raisins, currants and dates and fresh maple syrup. Big, bold and delicious.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company ––% ABV, 50 IBU

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company ––%ABV, IBU.

Square Mile Cider Co – Spur and Vine Hopped Cider – 6.7% ABV, Spur & Vine puts a Northwest twist on our classic American Hard Cider. Starting with the same apples and yeast as The Original, a generous amount of Galaxy hops were added to the cider during cold conditioning. Since no heat is applied to the hops, the cider takes on flavors and aromas of peach, melon, and honeysuckle, but with none of the traditional hop bitterness. Spur & Vine is best served straight up to allow the complexities of this cider to shine.

Stone Brewing Company – Arrogant Bastard- 7.2% ABV, IBU. This is an aggressive beer. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth.

Stone Brewing Company – Cali-Belgique IPA – 6.9% ABV, IBU. When reading the name “Stone Cali-Belgique IPA”, “Cali” hints that it is a California style IPA, and this brew has an undeniable Belgian influence, indicated by the word “Belgique” (which is how Belgium’s French-speaking population says the word “Belgian”; the Dutch speaking Belgians say “Belgie”). We carefully selected a Belgian yeast strain that illuminates a fascinating new aspect of the beer that is otherwise quite simply Stone IPA. The result is both completely new and different, while still being recognizable as a Stone Brew – and Stone IPA in particular. Think of it as an otherwise identical twin to Stone IPA that was raised in a Belgian culture. Literally.

Terminal Gravity Brewing Company – Eagle Cap IPA – 6.7% ABV, 70 IBU. Terminal Gravity IPA is a copper to honey colored ale with a rich malt character and a clean bitter hop finish. This full bodied beer uses malts from Scotland, Belgium and the Pacific Northwest to achieve a slightly nutty lightly toasted taste. Yeast esters provide hints of stone fruits like apricot and peach, while hops from Yakima and Eastern Europe provide grapefruit and spicy notes.

Terminal Gravity Brewing Company – Extra Special Golden – 5.4% ABV, 18 IBU. Terminal Gravity ESG is an American Golden Ale. Light and refreshing but also complex, with a crispness from flaked rye and a hint of peat smoke. Subtle hops from the Rhine and Yakima River valleys do not overwhelm.

The Traveler Beer Company – Curious Shanty – 4.4% ABV, 7 IBU. Driven by wanderlust and a desire for discovery, the Curious Traveler™ set out to explore the globe. Always fearlessly inquisitive, he relished opportunities to befriend other travelers and to experience cultures he had only previously imagined. He sampled their wares, their foods and most importantly their libations. Some were good. Some not so good. Others were downright dangerous. Many years into his travels, his pace slowed on a particularly sweltering day. He sought refuge in a small pub to escape the oppressive heat. Before he could even finish wiping his brow, the bartender handed him a glistening glass of ale. The Traveler took a liking to the invigorating lemon shandy concoction. “Quite a refresher!” he said gratefully. The Traveler has never stopped exploring – in fact, he’s on the road this very day. Somewhere. Only one thing has changed: he now makes sure he orders a shandy everywhere he goes.

The Traveler Beer Company – Illusive Shanty – 4.4% ABV, 7 IBU. An ale brewed with lemon peel and natural flavors and grapefruit juice added.

Two Town Ciderhouse – Bright Cider – 6.0%ABV. Hand crafted in Oregon with all Northwest ingredients, The Incider features a light and refreshing apple flavor. Hints of sweetness and a crisp finish round out this easy drinking cider.

Two Town Ciderhouse – Ginja Ninja – 6.0% ABV. Our redheaded cider samurai sliced thousands of pounds of fresh apples and pure ginger root to craft the Ginja Ninja. Take a sip grasshopper and learn the Ginja Ninja warrior way.

Waikiki Brewing Company ––% ABV, 50 IBU

Waikiki Brewing Company ––%ABV, IBU.

Wandering Aengus Cider – Anthem Pear – 6.2%ABV, IBU. Anthem Cider finished with a blend of Barlett, Bosc and D’Anjou pears from Hood River, Oregon for the first 7 batches. Ripe pear aromas with a smooth unripe green pear skin finish.

Wandering Aengus Cider – Anthem Hops – 6.5 % ABV, IBU. Traditionally Fermented Cider finished with Oregon grown hops. Cider true to character; dominant notes of fermented apple accented with floral and mineral notes of dry hopping. Contains Washington grown Honey Crisp, Gala, Granny Smith, and Golden Delicious Apples. Cascade hops.

Widmer Brothers Brewing Company / Ninkasi Brewing Company – Erradical – 5.6% ABV, 25 IBU. Erradical is a collaborative ode to Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley between valley neighbors to the south and north, Ninkasi Brewing and Widmer Brothers Brewing. A golden cream ale aged in Oregon pinot noir barrels, Erradical is brewed with all Willamette Valley grown hops. This easy-drinking ale is accentuated by delicate tannic and oak notes typical of pinots. The result is a beer that’s complex, yet simply refreshing.


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