Friday, October 11th, 2019

Peaks and Pints New Beer In Stock 10.11.19

Ron Swarner

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With autumn beginning, the air cooling, and the leaves starting to turn, it’s time to talk camping. Isn’t fall the absolute best time for camping? Thoughts of crisp, clean air as you set up your tent. Building a campfire that will give you warmth and community when the sun goes down. Along with your campfire, hamburgers, and s’mores, Peaks and Pints New Beer In Stock 10.11.19 offers some delicious beers that compliment the outdoors, food, and fall at its best.

The Bruery Terreux

FRUCHT: GUAVA: This small batch installment in The Bruery Terreux’s oak foeder-aged series of fruited Berliner weisse-style beers features juicy, zesty guava, as well as notes of wheat, lemons, and lacto, leading to a tart finish. 4.5%

Everybody’s Brewing

UNCLE STEPDAD’S: Everybody’s Brewing‘s Imperial Stout is aged 10 months in bourbon barrels for roasty, dark, bitter chocolate with a nice boozy burn. 10.8%

Maritime Pacific Brewing

JOLLY ROGER CHRISTMAS ALE: This year’s version arrives a week later than last year, but Maritime Pacific‘s gift is still a beer fridge staple. This English strong ale combines rich malt character with a blend of fresh Northwest Chinook, Cascade and Amarillo hops. 9.5%

Narrows Brewing

BEANS IMPERIAL STOUT: Narrows Brewing Head Brewer Matt Rhodes has brewed another imperial stout winner, this time with a special blend of cereal adjuncts and boiled for an extended amount of time. After fermentation he finished the beer on three different single origins of coffee from Portland’s Heart Roasters, including Mexico Miramar, Guatemala Isnul and Kenya Rukira. The result is a think creamy stout with balanced dark fruit and chocolate coffee character. 11.2%

Omnipollo

BIANCA BLUEBERRY MAPLE PANCAKE LASSI GOSE: Yes, Omnipollo’s latest gose is a strange one, but it works. Brewed with blueberries, lactose sugar and maple syrup, this gose hits the nose with strong notes of cinnamon, maple and a touch of berry. The blueberries appear on the palate, with maple flavor vouching for the “pancake” title. It’s a sweet gose that could easily pass as a milkshake IPA. 6%

Revision Brewing

INVITATION TO PARTY: Sabro brings the tropic thunder to Revision Brewing‘s double IPA party with hop flavors and aromas of ripe pineapple and a touch of coconut, while Vic Secret hops lends distinct citrus character — all floating on a pillowy malt cushion. 8.5%

SPIRITUAL GANGSTER: We’re not sure if the Spiritual Gangster cruise down the street in her 64, but we do know this hazy, easy-drinking IPA isn’t West Coast, yo. We pick up citrus and passionfruit with lactose and even some vanilla. 6.5%

Stillwater Artisanal Ales

DOUBLE MOCHA AFFOGATO NITRO STOUT: Stillwater has brewed an Italian coffee-based dessert “affogato” stout with cocoa nibs, cocoa powder, coffee and lactose. We could just whiff the sweet caramel, chocolate, salted pretzel, mocha, vanilla, and coconut all day. Flavor follows the nose, minus the pretzel. 6.5%