The brewery’s late-winter seasonal offers a surprising, but welcome, alternative to the dark, strong brews that crowd the shelves in cold months.
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Brewer Bill Madden finally releases a sour beer.
It tastes like “a Viking warrior crossing a bloody battlefield, surrounded by wolves lifting the life from the throats of his enemies.”
Try the year-old smoked imperial stout from Iceland at Jack Rose Dining Saloon.
Now that we’ve moved from sweater weather to ugly sweater season, it’s time to call on the warming power of winter ales.
José Andrés collaborates with an Oregon-based brewery.
Get it while you can.
Nitrogen has a silkifying effect on beer.
The beer rings in at 17.3 percent alcohol.
A tasty brew with just a hint of the root vegetable, as well as caramel and roasted nut flavors.