Northwest-style IPA brewed with Pale and Pilsner malts, piney Chinook hops in the kettle and dry hopped with fruity/pine-like Simcoe hops. The simple malt bill, neutral yeast character and dry finish allow the pine-forward hops to shine in this straight-forward IPA.
Brewed to commemorate the life and brewing prowess of our departed friend Ben Flerchinger, this is an incredibly smooth blend of fresh barleywine and barleywine aged ten months in Eastside Distilling Burnside Bourbon Barrels. You can read more about the beer, its namesake, and the process in our press release. Available individually to enjoy in-house
Three gallons of cold brewed Pinot aged coffee were added for a smooth, velvety-chocolate flavor. Brewed in collaboration with our neighbors at Bipartisan Café, this Porter recipe is beautifully balanced with flavors of Pinot oak, Concord grapes, and cold-brewed coffee. This is truly a special collaboration from farmer to vintner, to roaster, to café, and
We brewed this Saison to a lower gravity for a very drinkable beer that pairs excellently with a wide variety of meals. A unique Belgian farmhouse-style yeast strain provides a complex ester profile of spiciness, earthy and peppery notes. The finish is dry, somewhat tart and very quenching. A tribute to the Old Portland farmhouses
This light German-style lager is a respectful nod to the classic German Helles style. An excellent thirst quencher that leans slightly away from the hops and allows the delicious Pilsner malt to shine. All German ingredients include 100% Pilsner malt, Magnum hops, and lager yeast.
This IPA is loaded with hoppy goodness but not so bitter that you won’t want another pint! Brewed with five international malts for a suitable malt base and a brilliant orange hue in the glass. We use an incredible amount of Centennial hops in the kettle and dry hop with Falconer’s Flight.