Breakside Brewery will be releasing SIX new beers in bottles this Saturday, December 10th at their Milwaukie Tasting Room & Production Brewery. Three of these beers make up part two in the breweries new B-Sides series of blended vintage barrel-aged sour and wild beers, many 3+ years in the making. In addition to three new B-Sides, the brewery will also be releasing “Consummation” a sour pinot barrel-aged beer in 750ml bottles for $15 each, “Fourth Wave” a coffee beer aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels for $12 a 22oz bottle and finaly “Mid Centruy Modern” an Abbey-style Dark Ale in 750ml bottles for $11.
Unlike the last B-Sides release, the brewery will not be doing this as a ticketed party, but rather we will be releasing the beers during regular hours. The B-Sides that we are releasing this time around are bottle-only, so we Breakside will be offering complimentary samples of the bottled beers for anyone who wants to taste before buying.
Just like the last round of B-Sides, these are all blended barrel-aged sour and wild beers, and some of these are beers that we’ve been working on for 3+ years. Those bottles will all debut on Saturday and will sell $15/750 ml.
The full specialty draft and bottle list for the party is listed below and the facebook event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1296150623760729/
B-Sides Release #2 12/10/16
Doors at 12 PM; bottle sale begins during normal Taproom hours.
Open to the Public. No advance ticket sales. All beers sold first come, first served.
Breakside Milwaukie Taproom & Brewery, 5821 SE International Way, Milwaukie, OR 97222
New B-Sides Releases (bottles only– available for sampling and sale) -$15 each.
Blend of IPAs aged in Old Tom Gin Barrels with Brett, aged hops, and apricots
Oldest Beer in Blend: 20 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 6 months
Barrel Character: High
Blend of sour wheat beers aged on raspberries then partially aged in French oak with Brettanomyces
Oldest Beer in Blend: 40 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 22 months
Barrel Character: Low
Fruit: Oregon Raspberries
A complex blend of dark, oak-aged beers with a touch of Guatemalan coffee. Notes of red berry fruit, java, licorice, Bourbon and currant
Oldest Beer in Blend: 48 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 21 months
Barrel Character: Medium
Also Debuting (available on draft and in package)
Consummation (750 ml) – $15
Sour farmhouse ale aged in Pinot Noir barrels with Brettanomyces lambicus. Brewed to celebrate the wedding of our brewer Will Jaquiss
Oldest Beer in Blend: 12 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 12 months
Barrel Character: Medium
Fourth Wave (22 oz) – $12
Fourth Wave is the barrel-aged version of Vienna Coffee Beer. It spent 11 months in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels and uses a different coffee than the non barrel-aged version. After tasting several options, we selected a Costa Rican coffee called Montes de Oro, which has a lot of the same nutty flavors as Nano Challa, but it is richer and has a really beautiful chocolate overtone.
Mid Century Modern (750 ml) – $11
Abbey Dark Ale
Other Library Bottles Available (for sampling and sale)
Bon Vivant ($12)
5 x B-Sides Round 1 (all $15)
-The Man Who Made Dessert
Specialty Tap List
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec
French Quarter (Brandy Barrel-Aged Rye Wine)
Gin Barrel-Aged Wisco
Pinot Noir Barrel-Aged Imperial Belgian Black
ABOUT BREAKSIDE BREWERY
Breakside Brewery opened in 2010 in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Northeast Portland as a restaurant and pub brewery The brewery gained attention early on for its innovative, experimental and diverse beers, while also winning a first medal at the Great American Beer Festival in 2011. In 2013, Breakside expanded operations to Milwaukie, OR with a 30 bbl production brewery filled with 30, 60 and 120 barrel tanks, barrel rooms for wild and non-wild/sour fermentations, and a 24-tap tasting room.
In 2014 Breakside was awarded with the highly coveted Gold Medal for American-Style IPA at the Great American Beer Festival for their flagship IPA, which was also named to Men’s Journal’s 100 Best Beers In The World and the best beer in Oregon by The Oregonian. Breakside is also known for their portfolio of barrel-aged and sour beers like Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec, a strong amber ale with chocolate and chilies, that won Bronze at both Chicago’s Festival of Barrel-Aged Beers and Best of Craft Beer Awards, and Passionfruit Sour a fruited berliner-weisse style beer that earned a Bronze
at the 2013 Great American Beer festival
In 2017, Breakside plans to open a new brewpub in Northwest Portland’s Slabtown neighborhood.
Breakside Beers are available on draft and in 22oz bottles in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Northern California, Colorado, Idaho, British Columbia, and Alberta.