Our original idea was pretty simple. Four lifelong Oregonians with knowledge of the local beer market and a better understanding of craft beer just wanted to make some good beer. We found the perfect place to start smack dab in the middle of the old hop central, and the rest is history, albeit a very short history.
Pinot Barrel aged Sai Blonde – A Belgian style saison aged 1 year in King estate Pinot Noir barrels. The barrel aging transforms this spicy, aromatic saison, giving it a toasted oak, cellar like quality of a fine champagne. IBU 22 ABV 7.2
The Fruit Man 2016 – This beer is a first in a series of fruit beers, and is brewed to blend the boundaries of both “fruit beer” drinkers, and “Hop Forward” beer drinkers. It is an American wheat ale hop bursted and dry hopped with copious amounts of Simcoe and Mosaic hops, and peach and apricot pureed and added to the fermenter to accentuate the qualities of these two varieties. Fruit and hops in harmony, two fruits two hops, one beer, one love! IBU 25 ABV 6.3