1. Alameda Brewing: 2010 Siberian Bear Russian Imperial Stout
Brewmaster Carston Haney has graciously donated a keg of his kick ass Imperial Stout from his cellar that was brewed a year ago.
2. Breakside Brewery: Mystery Beer TBA
3. Burnside Brewing: Gooseberry Berliner-Weisse - Special Midnight Toast ONLY. A special barrel-aged version of Burnside Brewing's tart refreshing seasonal Berliner-Weisse this one aged on very rare and expensive Gooseberry's. Only half a keg is left in existence and Burnside will be pouring a free midnight toast with it.
4. Coalition/Pink Boots Society: Raspberry Chocolate Porter. Brewed at Coalition Brewing in Southeast Portland in collaboration with the Pink Boots Society uses all donated Great Western Malting Oregon Select malt and Country Malt Group donated hops with an addition of Oregon Raspberry puree and Cocoa nibs from Theo Chocolate in Seattle.
5. Full Sail: 2010 Old Boardhead Barleywine
6. Laurelwood: Cardinal Sin Quad
7. Oakshire: Very ill-Tempered Gnome
8. Portland U-Brew: Oak-Aged House IPA with Target hops
9. Upright Brewing: Dorham’s Dunkel. is being brewed in a traditional German style, with some malt forward flavors but remaining balanced throughout. Using the same Munich lager yeast as the Engelberg Pilsener and a mix of German and Belgian malts, this should be a fine beer to enjoy throughout January. Named after the underrated jazz trumpeter/composer Kenny Dorham, because the dunkel style just doesn’t get much love in Portland.
Further details for those still not convinced.
Starting at 8pm Burnside Brewing will be pouring 6 out of the 8 special beers donated to The New School's 2 Year Anniversary, the beers will be specially priced at $4 for a pint or glass with $2 of each sold going to PBS. The Pink Boots Society and Coalition Brewing's collaboration beer of which yielded only a single 1/2 barrel will be on tap from 8pm until the keg kicks with other specialty beers rotated in as kegs blow. Almost all of the donated beers are in very short supply and should turn over quickly. At Midnight Burnside Brewing has graciously offered to tap the last only half full keg of their Gooseberry Berliner-Weisse that was barrel-aged and brewed specifically for a small release at the Portland Fruit Beer Festival early this year. The last remaining gallons of this beer will be poured free as a midnight toast for those who stick around.
In addition to the special beers The New School has put together raffle prizes including free beer schwag like Hats and T-Shirts but also special bottled beers like select Barrel-Aged brews from Breakside Brewery, Sierra Nevada Ovila series and beer books like The Craft of Stone Brewing, Brewed Awakenings and the first ever hand numbered special bottling by Burnside Brewing. Before it's release later this year Burnside Brewing offers up the hand numbered #1 bottle of Neptune's Wrath an ultra rare beer packaged in magnum bottles and limited to only 100.
Burnside Brewing's 1st Year Anniversary
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When Burnside Brewing Co. opened its doors in 2010, the vision was concise. Focus on easy to drink beers that accompany and enhance the culinary experience. Brew master Jason McAdam is a creative trendsetter in brewing, bold enough to take risks and smart enough to leave a creative impression on your taste buds. He balances our desires for tradition such as the Oatmeal Pale, then throws in food inspired beers such as the Sweet Heat, an apricot wheat beer dry hopped with scotch bonnet peppers that is reminiscent of a Caribbean chutney.
Burnside has also extended this alchemist approach in their food using indigenous and handcrafted ingredients making anything possible. You will encounter tasty lineups such as the “Cohiba” duck confit cigar with a Stock Ale, homemade seasonal brewery sausages with our IPA, or a Brewery Burger with our signature Oatmeal Pale Ale.
Our menu and seasonal brews are constantly evolving, so make sure to stop in often to check out or newest lineups. http://burnsidebrewco.com/
Pink Boots Society is a nonprofit association created to inspire, encourage, and empower women beer professionals to advance their careers through networking and education. We are just starting to build our scholarship program, and sales of our Coalition Pink Boots Scholarship Raspberry Porter tonight will help us send a deserving women beer professional back to school. Thank you for your support. Enjoy! http://pinkbootssociety.org/