Grisette is a fairly obscure farmhouse style that evolved from the mining region in the Southwest of Belgium. Our interpretation consists primarily of Pilsner malt with a healthy portion of flaked wheat and rye gently hopped with Saaz and Comet for balance.
It’s a brilliant straw-colored beer with a persistently fluffy meringue-like head. Grisette presents itself with a sweet rustic grain aroma including notes of bubblegum, hay, and pepper. It finishes dry with lingering notes of white pepper and spicy hop character for perfect balance.
This is a superb summer crusher designed for warm days on a sunny patio!
Suggested Food Pairings: Pub Pretzel, Northwest Garden Salad, Dead Guy Burger
Suggested Soundtrack: Cayucas – “Bigfoot”
This intensely flavorful and bright copper ale incorporates Weyermann Barke Pilsner malt as its foundation and a touch of German crystal malt to produce deep rich malt aromas, fermented warm, like an ale, and then matured cold to create an extremely pleasant “lagerlike crispness,” that even Jeff would approve of.
With smooth, rich flavorful notes of toffee, fresh baked bread, hints of honey, and subtle underlying esters of dark fruit, this refreshingly clean specialty beer inspired by those found in Düsseldorf has arrived in SE Portland to be enjoyed by lager and ale fans alike!
Suggested Food Pairings: Pub Pretzel, Hazelnut and Cranberry Salad, Beyond Burger, Turkey BLTA
Suggested Soundtrack: This is Boston, NOT L.A
This cold and refreshing beer pairs perfectly with a nice rainy June afternoon on your patio. Listening to the torrential downpours as you wait for summer to officially start on the 4th. In the meantime get ready with this cold IPA to help transition from winter warmers to summer sippers.
The grain bill for this beer includes 70% pilsner malt and 30% rice syrup solids, lending to a drier finish.
The Weihenstephan yeast offers a good balance of floral and fruity aromas, and gives clean flavors that pairs wonderfully with the hop bill.
Centennial, Mosaic, Amarillo and a hopshot for good measure. Punching your palette with notes of stone fruit, pine, bubblegum and citrus.
“Here a bean, there a bean, everywhere a mean, mean bean, chug – a – lug – o – my Coffee – mug, mug, mug, mug.”
This newest beer to come out of the Garageland Series has not changed much since scoring an impressive 41/50 at the 2008 Oregon Brew Crew Fall Classic homebrew competition. Brewed using the finest Maris Otter (No. 19), caramunich, chocolate and black malts, this version however features an addition of Stumptown Cold Brewed, enhancing and adding notes of dark chocolate and roastness reminiscent of chocolate covered espresso bean.
A deliciously fruit-forward, easy-drinking pale ale with tropical aromas of guava, pineapple, coconut, and peach.
Brewed as part of a global effort to build a safe, discrimination free beverage industry and celebrate those brave enough to speak out.
5.4% ABV, 35 IBUs