Peaks and Pints Super Bowl Six Pack Suggestion II
Here are six more craft beers to accompany the fistful of chips and dip Sunday.
DARK HYMN RASPBERRY BLACK SOUR, Urban Family Brewing: Step into the black with this oblation. Boasting notes of chocolate covered raspberries, with a delightfully rich and complex body, this raspberry black sour ale will take you on a journey into the darkness. 7.5%
MAGNOLIA SAISON BATCH #6, Urban Family Brewing: Batch #6 was delicately dry-hopped with Centennial hops, bottled, and allowed to condition with Brettanomyces bruxellensis. 6%
THE TIME WARP, Gigantic Brewing: The Portland Brewery heavily dry hopped this IPA with the stickiest, drippiest, dankest hops that reminds of the classics, but adds more drop hop intensity, aroma and flavor than in the past. The old and new collide, if you will. 6.2%
BIGFOOT BARLEYWINE –STYLE ALE, Sierra Nevada Brewing: This cult classic was first brewed in 1983 and is considered to be one the best American barleywines being brewed today. Wildly hoppy — Chinook as bittering hops and Cascade, Centennial and Chinook for finishing hops — and balanced by a fierce malt backbone, this brew will age gracefully for years and years — much like the story behind that blurry photo you took that one time of something that could maybe probably be Bigfoot. 9.6%
POWDERLAND IPA, Wander Brewing: This is the IPA that wakes up when avy bombs roar before dawn. Fat, rockered Glacier, Simcoe, and Chinook hops pack 114 millimeters of woodsy, resinous, and subtly fruity base while flaked and malted wheat create a pillowy landscape. 6.4%
IT’S ALL NICE DIPA, Three Magnets: Brewed with Hallertau Blanc, as well as Mosaic, this double IPA features a pillowy malt body of NW Pale, 2-Row, wheat, oats, and Carapils, and double dry hopped for a huge berry aroma balanced by sauvignon wine character. 8.7%