Whether your a short drive or a couple of hours from Corvallis, today might be the day to head down there. Situated off 300 Southwest Jefferson Avenue in Corvallis, Block 15 is slowly becoming a must watch brewery.
Today the brewery much as they did with their last limited releases (Figgy Pudding & Papphy’s Strong Dark) is reminding you not to procrastinate.
About Ferme de la Ville Provision Farmhouse Ale
Ferme de la Ville Provision is a Belgian inspired Farmhouse ale. Brewed with Pilsner, wheat, rye, golden naked oats and locally gathered honey. 15% is matured in oak barrels with brettanomyces for 12 months, 15% for 9 months. In the spring we blend the old barrels with fresh beer and age an additional three months before release.
As of this note, there are only 96 cases of this 750ml, cork finished beer. Cost is $13.95 and there is a limit of 4 (four) per person. Additionally should you make the trip you might consider trying 2010 and 2011 draft versions of this Belgian-inspired ale.
About Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery
Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery is the Mid Valley’s premier Brewpub. We specialize in locally sourced casual food and premium, from the source, craft brews. Take some time to browse our website where you will find what top quality goods and techniques form the brain of our establishment.
Block 15 is situated in downtown Corvallis, Oregon. We are in the heart of a bustling area amid shopping, commerce, historic buildings, and the waterfront park. We are also only a few blocks from the Oregon State University campus. Located at the corner of Third and Jefferson, our building was originally built in 1926 for the Gazette-Times newspaper. Through a fusion of old and new, traditional and unique, Block 15 was born. [more] –source,Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery