Brewed by two of the newest Green Dragon Brewers, this Trappist inspired ale was made using the finest Belgian malts and a trio of European Noble hops. Pouring a brilliant ruby-copper, with layered flavors and aroma of caramel and dark fruits, supported by complementary yeast derived esters, all resulting in a complex and harmonious ale.
Just like Jimmy Lee and his gang of 8-bit thugs, knock’em down and level up your game with this classic Belgian ale!
Suggested Food Pairings: Pub Pretzel, Cobb Salad, Brewer’s Cheese Burger, Double Chocolate Cake
Suggested Soundtrack: Original Sound of Double Dragon – Arcade Version
Crafted using two-row spring barley and the finest Noble hops, this complex aromatic ale shines golden, like the halo of a monk in the midst of lectio divina. Take a moment to reflect and meditate upon the interchange of expressive yeast, soft and spicy hops, all wrapped in radiant light provided by the slightly sweet malt impression, all adorned with a crown of lace.
Suggested Food Pairings: Pub Pretzel, Hazelnut and Cranberry Salad, Bay Bridge Bánh Mí
Suggested Soundtrack: Chant (Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos album)
This English ale comes to the Eastside of Portland, as part of the latest in the Garagleand series. Inspired by the brewers of Burton-on-Trent, this ale is built on traditional British roots using a single-step infusion mash, combining floor malted Halcyon Barley malt, biscuit, crystal, and a touch of chocolate malt. This amber ale delivers notes of bread and biscuit, with restrained toffee flavors, all balanced with the perfect trio of Northern Brewer, Fuggle and Willamette hops – and Burtonized water for an authentic experience.
This traditional smoked Märzen is part of the Garageland series from one of our newest GD brewers. Brewed for the last ten years in a small garage in SW Portland, this recipe has been scaled up, cleaned up, and has gotten some new boots.
Utilizing a single decoction mash, and built on a hearty base of Weyermann Smoked Malt, this lager provides a depth of balance between the beechwood smoke profile that carries throughout and the elegant and clean German amber lager character.
So get out your b*!l$#it detector and have a pint or two!
Crossover MCB bridges the artificial divide of what can be. This category defying ale is built on Maris Otter, flaked oats and barley, and English hops artfully added to balance sweetness of the malt and lactose sugar. ‘Dry-beaned’ with Stumptown’s Holler Mountain imparting the bright aromas of milk chocolate, toffee, and pleasant notes of crisp green bell pepper.
Like DRI’s influential album by the same title, this is a beer for all, no matter the length of your hair, (or time of day!).
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