Introducing: Bitcone IPA & Nutfarm!

Release Day: Saturday, February 3, 2018 from noon-6pm

Join us this weekend at the brewery for the release of two very special beers: Bitcone IPA, a hazy, heady farmhouse collab brewed here with Portland's Great Notion, and Nutfarm, a robust porter brewed with a kiss of milk sugar & Woodblock cacao nibs, then aged on farm filberts! 

As for Bitcone, we have long wanted to brew something on the heedlessly hoppy side. Brewing IPA was a lot of fun! By working with Great Notion founder-brewers James Dugan and Andy Miller we were learning from two of the very best! The beer we created is a hazy, hoppy melange of Galaxy and Mosaic with a hybrid yeast strain with both wild (Belgian) and tamed (American) characteristics, coming in around 6.5%abv and full of juicy, ripe, exotic flavors and yet a soft profile from our farm well water—and a light touch in carbonation. Enjoy while it lasts! 

On the big, rich, and malty side, Nutfarm is a winter fave on draft in the taproom lately and we are happy to finally have the beer ready for release in 750ml bottles. Drinking far smoother than its 7.4%abv could suggest, the beer is bottle-conditioned which overlays a big nutty and chocolate-y beer with nice mouthfeel, along with the silkiness of some lactose, or milk sugar, present but not-too-sweet.

We'll have a deep tap list for the day as usual! Bottles still available at this moment include limited quantities of Goldberry, Vale Reserve, Sebastian Plum Saison, and Sebastian Cherry. Thanks! See you soon!

KIDS ARE NOW ALLOWED! Great news, minors are now allowed with adult supervision whenever we are open but never after 9pm. We have hot chocolate, root beer, and trail mix for them and you are also welcome to bring your own provisions within reason (uh, no birthday parties, please). Naturally, we require that your kids behave and do not run free among the other patrons who enjoy the tranquility here. The brewery is not a playground. Please keep kids in sight, definitely out of the orchards and brewery production spaces.