Eugene, OR - We don't say this enough, but Oregon really can put on a show of brewery muscle when they want to. We took some time to speak to some of the more oft ignored breweries (Caldera, Hop Valley, Bend, etc.) and find out what they have in store for us this month and even got a preview of what is to come.
Located in Eugene, the boys (and girls) of Oakshire brewing have been slowly making a name for themselves, not just in the heart of Duck country, but also in the Rose City. Of their beers that is most recognized we are sure you would agree on Overcast Espresso Stout. But like all things festive, another beer will make its Seasonal appearance.
Hoppy, Brown Ale
ABV: 6.8% / IBUs: 65 / OG: 15.5° Plato
Availability: Winter Seasonal Nov 1-March 1
Take a little gnome home this winter! However, don’t put him in the front yard. The neighbors might steal him & he’ll definitely lose his cool! He’s a malty, hoppy brown ale of pure winter deliciousness. Enjoy!
You Should Try This. Listed by some as a Winter Warmer and by the brewery as a Hoppy Brown Ale, we cannot argue against either. Look for this beer in your closest IGA (Independent Grocers Association), bottleshop, or pub.
Also this month, be on the lookout for Three Hearted Strong PAle Ale.
In the coming months, look for our notices on Oakshire Marzen, Doppelbock, and the return of the Very Ill Tempered Gnome.
The name Oakshire represents Strength, Independence, Community and Bioregion, values held by our owners and employees. Begun in October 2006 by brothers Jeff and Chris Althouse, Oakshire Brewing operates as a production brewery next to the train yards in Northwest Eugene. We make three year round beers, available in 22oz bottles and on draft found throughout Oregon. Oakshire makes a rotating seasonal beer available in 22oz bottles and on draft as well. And the brewers at Oakshire craft a range of single batch beers only available on draft. The brewery aims to make clean, consistent, high quality beer – humble brewers of delicious beer.