Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Eating IPAs, Serious Scrump and Bourbon Chaos

Ron Swarner

My name is Scrump, pronounced with a “ump”.

MORNING FOAM FOR MONDAY, JAN. 23 2017: A seven-taster flight of craft beer and cider news, from the fluffy head all the way to the bottom spins. …

The rise of the incredible, edible IPA: From tacos to milkshakes, food flavors are being cooked into an unlikely beer style: the India pale ale.

With a few days left in January Fish Brewing Company has released their planned releases for Spring 2017.

2 Towns Ciderhouse out of Corvallis, Oregon has released their latest imperial seasonal cider Serious Scrump in bottles and on tap. This rich, substantial, dry scrumpy cider is the delicious result of an ice juice cider process.

January is the season for cold brewed coffee beers and the NW Coffee Beer Invitational in Portland, Oregon. New School Beer has chosen its 10 favorite coffee beers available in the Pacific Northwest.

Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom releases Bourbon Chaos, the third batch in their barrel aged beer series. A limited quantity of this special release Imperial Stout is available in the bottle at the Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom located in downtown Hood River and Double Mountain Taproom in SE Portland.  Bourbon Chaos can be found throughout the Northwest in early February.

Sierra Nevada Brewing said Sunday it has issued a recall in the Midwest, South and East Coast of some of its bottled beer after detecting a flaw that could allow glass to break and fall inside. The news of the voluntary recall was quickly shared to in its heavily followed beer subreddit, where several users applauded Sierra Nevada for taking action.

Finally, here’s some dope noise that no one knows.