For the past few years Rosé wine has made many inroads in the wine industry. Here in Oregon we are blessed with Pinot Noir Rosé that offers a bit more robust flavor from its grape skins. This year the beer and cider industry has embraced Rosé trend.
But what makes a beer or cider a Rosé? This topic will be discussed during Feast Portland this coming weekend. On Saturday, September 15th from Noon-1:00pm, Imbibe magazine will present Drink Tank – Tickled Pink: Why Rosé-Inspired Ciders and Beers Are Taking Over.
The panel of beer and cider makers will break down why they’re inspired by wine’s trendiest style and how they’re using fruits, flowers and souring bacteria to put personal spins on rosé’s cultish brand of fruity refreshment.
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This one-hour seminar will be led by Brooklyn, New York based beverage writer Joshua M. Bernstein. He will lead a panel of Thomas Bleigh (Widmer Brothers Brewing/Square Mile Cider, Portland), Chad Yakobson (Crooked Stave, Denver), Trevor Rogers (de Garde Brewing, Tillamook) and Ryan Burk (Angry Orchard, NYC) in a discussion on Rosé beer and cider.
Tickets are still available at $45.00 each and include Rosé beer and cider in addition to shared charcuterie and cheese boards. Purchase tickets by clicking HERE. Entry is only for those 21 years of age or older.
815 SW Park Ave.
Portland, OR 97205