BrewPubliCrawl Beer Lineup

The beer lineup for this year’s SE Division Street Meet the Brewer BrewPubliCrawl includes 27  killer beers from 21 Oregon breweries. Brewers from most of these breweries will also be at the crawl. You can also download this list on our Event Guide (pdf file). Find more event details on our events page. We hope to see you crawling with us this Saturday!

2011 BrewPubliCrawl Beer Lineup:


VICTORY BAR – 12:00 – 1:30PM

Hopworks Special Mystery Firkin – The brewers at HUB concocted this one-of-a-kind specialty brew specifically for this year’s BrewPubliCrawl.

Breakside Irish Ale – Here is an Irish red ale brewed to a sessionable 5% ABV with Golden Promise base malt, Golden Naked Oats, and East Kent Golding hops.

Beetje Blonde Beetje – A dry, sessionable blond ale. The clean pilsner base is layered with a dash of Golding and Sterling hops. A dose of Lambic blend and oak chips in secondary add some complexity and a hint of funk

Double Mountain Red Light District – A 10% ABV limited Belgiany ale just out for Double Mountain’s fourth anniversary. Enjoy!

Oakshire Heart Shaped Box – An exclusive Oatmeal Stout aged in a Heaven Hill bourbon barrel with cherries, organic cocoa nibs, organic espresso, and vanilla beans.

LOMPOC HEDGE HOUSE – 1:30 – 3:00PM

Bourbon Barrel Aged Crazy Dave’s Imperial Stout – Brewed in November 2009 and aged in bourbon barrels for over a year. It is pitch black in color with hints of chocolate, coffee, and bourbon. 8.0% ABV

Dagda – A Pan-Gaelic Red Ale that has a malty body with caramel flavors and a touch of smoke with a tart finish. 6.0% ABV

BAR AVIGNON – 3:00 – 4:30PM

Full Sail Cask Conditioned Hop Pursuit Extra Pale Ale – A crisp, orange blonde extra pale ale with a medium malt body that’s chased by a ton of hop flavor and zing of bitterness. Brewed with old-school craft brewing hops–Cascade, Willamette, and Mt. Hood–to celebrate more of the hop flavor and less of the hop bitterness.

Fort George 1811 Pre-Prohibition Lager – Brewed to commemorate the bicentennial of Astoria, this 4.6% ABV unfiltered lager is now available in 16-ounce cans.

Upright Five – A farmhouse pale ale that was born after enjoying a few small production European brews that use a heavy hand of hops.

THE BEERMONGERS – 4:30 – 6:00PM

Block 15 Trippel Anniversary – Brewed with Belgian and French malts and locally sourced honey this Belgian Trappist-style Trippel features a floral hops bouquet.

Block 15 Millennium Falcon – Brewed with Millennium hops for bittering and Falconer’s Flight Hops for flavor and aroma. Glen Eagle & European specialty malts form a solid malt base.

Barley Brown’s Turmoil – A truly masterful representation of the emerging Cascadian Dark Ale/Black IPA style, this won the gold medal at 2010’s Great American Beer Festival.

Barley Brown’s TankSlapper DIPA – Originally brewed for their 10th Anniversary, this is a hop monster. It could give you a head shake.

Migration Clem’s Cream Ale – Light on the hops, big on the flavor this blond ale is made with oats which lend to the beer’s smooth creaminess.

Migration Yearling Stout – This big imperial stout packs a smooth punch of creamy coffee followed by a balanced dryness that makes you simply want more.

BLITZ LADD SPORTS BAR – 6:00 – 7:30PM

10 Barrel I.S.A. – India Summer Ale – This is a citrusy Summer Ale with a major hop charge and malty twist finishes fruity and slightly dry.

Beetje Brewing Flemish Kiss – A Northwest pale ale base with a dose of Brettanomyces Bruxellensis.

Widmer Pitch Black IPA – A quintessential Cascadian Dark Ale for lovers of Beervana and the Pacific Northwest.

Laurelwood Organic Pale – A certified organic Northwest Pale released for Laurelwood’s 10th Anniversary and available here outside the brewery for the first time.

Alameda Yellow Wolf – A light Imperial IPA with a deep golden hue and a discernibly poignant citrusy and floral hop character.

Ninkasi Total Domination IPA – Multiple hops collide in balanced perfection, dominating the senses, achieving total satisfaction.

Ninkasi Renewale Mason’s Irish-Style Red Ale – Here’s a delicious Irish-style red ale that’s smooth and refined with a hint of toasted malt and a clean finish.

Coalition Wu C.R.E.A.M. – The Wu Cream ale is a light, malt forward beer with low bitterness. Flaked barley is added to give the beer a soft mouthfeel to complement the sweetness of Munich and honey malt

Southern Oregon Woodshed Red – This Northwest style strong red ale is generously hopped (65 IBU) with a clean malt finish.

MacTarnahan’s Spine Tingler – Spine Tingler is a shockingly sublime Belgian-style triple offering an electrifying blend of spicy aromatics balanced with a lively malt palate.

Burnside IPA – Burnside IPA is a very balanced and drinkable IPA with subtle notes of pine and grapefruit in the nose.

Cascade Portland Ale – The combination of German Pilsner and Noble aromatic hops makes this light bodied, straw colored pale ale a perfect choice for the pitch

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  1. shawn March 18, 2011 10:14 am

    Damn. That’s an awesome lineup.

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