Festival Reminder: OR: 2/25–3/2 12pm Cascade Brewing presents The Tart Fruit Fest Extravaganza

image courtesy PortlandBeer.org's Flickr accountA friendly nudge to those with plans to visit Portland (this weekend) or looking for an excuse to get out of the house this week. Located in Portland (939 SE Belmont Street) the Cascade Barrel House is happy to host this year’s Tart Fruit Fest Extravaganza.

The event will feature both tasters and full glasses and includes favorites like Bourbonic Plague, Sang Noir, and The Vine. But we know you’re curious what will be featured so here’s the rest of the, anticipated, beers. Unless otherwise noted you should anticipate spending $7 for a 12 ounce glass or $2.50 for a taster.

  • Apple Tart
  • Apricot
  • Black Cap Raspberry
  • Blueberry
  • Blueberry Espresso
  • Bourbonic Plague
  • Cherry Bourbonic ($8/$3)
  • Cinnamon Quad
  • Concord Grape
  • Creamsicle
  • Figaro
  • Gingersnaps
  • Golden Berry
  • Honey Habanero Tamarindo
  • Honeyed Combs
  • Kriek, L'agent Orange
  • Lemon-A-Peel
  • Raspberry Wheat
  • Rum Barrel Vlad ($3 tasters ONLY)
  • Sang Noir
  • LIVE: Shrieking Violet Blueberry ($8/$3)
  • Spiced Cherry Gose
  • Strawberry
  • Supracot
  • The Vine
  • Wolf Berry

Also, for those who don’t desire a sour beer, they will have Portland Ale and Cascade IPA on tap.

Cheers

About Cascade Brewing & the Cascade Barrel House

Tart, barrel-aged beers are the emerging beer style and Cascade Brewing is a pioneer of the NW style sour beer movement. We are, by nature, the definition of artisanal brewing: we're not bound by stylistic guidelines, just our own imagination and the ingredients we can access. Our brewery currently houses more than 750 French oak, Kentucky Bourbon and Northwest wine barrels filled with wheats, blonds, quads, reds, browns and porters that are aged and blended into magical elixirs. These beers have aggressive tart notes that are balanced by residual sugars, fruits, spices and the oak we use. We serve them all up for you at the Cascade Brewery Barrel House - or House of Sour - which features more than 18 rotating taps, with a predominantly sour lineup at any given time. We also offer a number of bottled products, all available at the source and some available online. We are proud to have recently received a rare score of 100 on Beer Advocate, a world-class rating.

About the photo’s author
"Matt Wiater is a photographer covering the Portland beer scene for portlandbeer.org."

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