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Black Rabbit Restaurant
Ales On Tap

Monthly Beer Release Event
Every 2nd Thursday
in the Distillery Bar at 5 p.m.

Red Riser IRA
To celebrate the late winter months, McMenamins brewers have hand-crafted a delightful India Red Ale. At the time of year when it can be cold and bleak outside, Red Riser IRA peeks over the mountain tops to bring warmth and remind us that Spring is just around the corner. While waiting for Spring to arrive, Red Riser IRA will warm your soul and invigorate your taste buds. Made from the finest malted barley, along with some rye malt, this red giant is generously hopped with a heavenly blend of aromatic hop varieties. The glorious garnet hue illuminates the way to a wonderfully complex blend of malt flavors. The citrusy floral hop notes hit the nose in a prophetic burst of awareness that something wonderful is to follow. And it does. So enjoy the season and warm up with a pint of Red Riser IRA while you can. 
Malts: Pilsner Malt, Marris Otter Pale Malt, Crystal Rye, Caramel Munich 40, Melanoidin, Roast 
Hops: Galena, Nugget, Centennial, Cascade 
OG: 1.070  TG: 1.015  ABV: 7.10  IBU: 98  SRM: 14 
Buzz Words: Garnet-hued, Citrusy-floral,Warming

Flatlands Wheat
Flatlands Wheat is a American Wit with a twist! Coriander and orange peel were thrown into the boil just before flame off to give a spicy, citrusy aroma. Willamette hops were sparingly used, giving off a woody, spicy hop flavor. The hop presence doesn’t overpower the winter wheat that comes straight from the flatlands. Golden in color with a nice citrusy flavor, this ale is sure to quench. 
Malts: 2-row, Red Wheat, Marris Otter, Pilsner, C15 
Hops: Brewers Gold, Willamette, Ultra. 
Adjuncts: Coriander, Bitter Orange Peel. 
OG: 1. 044  TG: 1.006  ABV: 4.90 IBU: 22  SRM: 4 
Buzz Words: Light, citrusy, spicy.

On Nitro Tap:
McMenamins Irish Stout

Irish eyes will be smiling with the arrival of our Saint Patrick’s Day Seasonal that will pour exclusively on our ‘Nitro’ taps for the entire month of March. It is a very dark, ebony-colored stout with a thick, creamy and long-lasting head. The flavor is a fantastic fusion of coffee-like roasted barley bitterness and semi-sweet chocolate. A moderate hop bitterness balances pleasingly with this hearty backbone, while tiny nitrogen bubbles enhance the sensation on your taste buds with a smooth, silky creaminess. One sip will have your head in the Emerald Isle clouds. 
Malts: Pale Malt, Flaked Barley, Brown Malt, Chocolate Malt, Roasted Barley 
Hops: Chinook, US Golding 
OG: 1.045  TG: 1.007  ABV: 4.90  IBU: 39  SRM: 32 
Buzz Words: Dry, creamy, robust

Brother Hickory IPA
Brother Hickory rides again! Loaded with Simcoe and Chinook hops, this ale delivers a blast of pine and spice upfront, and hints of citrus layered in the backend. Its crystal rye and oat malts contribute a pleasant malt complexity.
Malts: Two-Row, Vienna, Oat Malt and Crystal Rye 
Hops: Simcoe, Delta, Chinook and Brewer's Gold 
OG: 1.065  TG: 1.013  ABV: 6.71  IBU: 80  SRM: 11 
Buzz Words: Pine, citrus, malty

Ruby Ale

One of our most popular standards, we still make Ruby with the same aims we had when brewing the first batch back in March 1986: To create an Ale to be light, crisp and refreshingly fruity. Great Western Premium 2-row and 252 pounds of Oregon-grown and processed raspberry puree is used to craft every colorful batch. Simple yet delicious, taste the original! 
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt 
Hops: Vary 
Fruit: Raspberries 
OG: 1.039  TG: 1.005  ABV: 4.39 
Buzz Words: Raspberry, light, refreshing

A classic Northwest pale ale and McMenamins top selling beer. This rich chestnut colored gem is a model of harmony between hops and malted barley. Hammerhead's signature Cascade hop nose and intense hopped flavor blend nicely with the caramel tones from the crystal malt. This beer has a vocal following; to run out is an unforgivable sin. 
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt and 75L Crystal Malt 
Hops: Cascade 
OG: 1.056 TG 1.010  ABV: 5.93  IBU: 44  SRM: 11 
Buzz Words: Hoppy, Amber, and Caramel

Terminator Stout
Black as the darkest night, rich as the most decadent dessert, Terminator is for the true stout lover. This is a full bodied and flavor packed ale which draws its robust complexity from kiln- baked specialty grains. Look for a wide array of toasted, chocolate, nutty and coffee-like flavors in every pint! The devoted swear by it, and it remains one of our top selling ales year after year. 
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt, Munich Malt, 40oL Crystal and Black Barley 
Hops: Chinook and Cascade 
OG: 1.065  TG: 1.015  ABV: 6.45  IBU: 30  SRM: 35 
Buzz Words: Roasty, Black, Coffee

Black Rabbit Porter

Black Rabbit Porter
This is semi-sweet ale with a roasty chocolate malt profile. This ale is defined by toasted nut flavors and a sweeter, softer finish than McMenamins' Terminator Stout. Named after the elusive Black Rabbit who roamed freely on the grounds of the Edgefield Manor, this ale has been an Edgefield staple for years. 
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt, 75oL Crystal Malt and Chocolate Malt 
Hops: Chinook, Tettnang and Golding 
OG: 1.057  TG: 1.014  ABV: 5.55  IBU: 14  SRM: 34 
Buzz Words: Chocolate, Smooth, Dark

Edgefield Ales are proudly brewed by Jeff Cooley, Nathan Whitney, Drew Phillips, Matt Bergfield, and "Diamond" Dave Kosanke for your enjoyment!

Enjoy a pint of McMenamins' finest!
Beer available to go at all McMenamins locations.

Beer Glossary

OG: Original Gravity, is a measure of the fermentable and unfermentable substances in the wort before fermentation. OG gives the brewer an idea of the potential alcoholic strength of the final product.

TG: Terminal Gravity, is a measure of the unfermentable substances remaining in the beer after fermentation. After fermentation OG is mathematically compared to TG, to determine alcoholic strength.

ABV: Alcohol By Volume.

IBU: International Bittering Units, this scale gives you an idea of how bitter the beer will be based on the amount and types of hops used

SRM: The Standard Reference Method is a system modern brewers use to measure color intensity of beer or wort, the larger the number the darker the beer.

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