2290 NW Thurman Street / Portland, OR, 97210
Friday, September 22, 2017
23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.
All ages welcome21+ to drink
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6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.All ages welcome21+ to drink
Established in 1995, Engine House No. 9 is Tacoma's oldest craft brewery. E9 was named Washington's Mid-Sized brewery of the year in 2016 & 2017. We are putting together a taster tray featuring three of their beers and we will be pouring bottle samples throughout the evening. So come on in and give one of Washington's best breweries a try. Prost!
The Taster Tray will feature: Black Currant – a table sour ale fermented with wild yeast and barrel-aged with black currants from Sterino Farms, Redamancy – a Farmhouse Ale with stunning flavors of apricot tartness and fresh herbs mingled with subtle barnyard funk, and one surprise selection.
The bottle samples will include:
Rhubarb Wild Ale with rhubarb from Sterino Farms. The flavor from 100% natural rhubarb is potent and clean, playing beautifully with delicate acidity and crisp carbonation, ending in a refined, dry finish. 5.90%
Tayberry Farmhouse: A cross between a red raspberry and a blackberry, the Tayberry is a sweet, red berry native to Scotland and now grows in the Northwest. The berry provides a jam-like quality that balances the funk and tartness of E9s wild Yeast. Blended and aged in oak.
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