Nothing like celebrating a birthday during the COVID-19 pandemic, but this is not stopping McMenamins from celebrating one of its most popular beers, Terminator Stout, as it turns 35 today! All day today, November 19th, McMenamins will have specials on Terminator Stout and other items such a Terminator Stout infused food dishes. McMenamins locations in Washington State will be serving up Terminator Stout pints in their outdoor areas while Oregon locations will be selling 4-packs and growler fills to go.
First brewed 35 years ago in 1985, Terminator Stout is the result of a fondness for big, burly German beers, kiln-baked grains and a few failed batches. Legend has it that, “Mike McMenamin and the Hillsdale crew perfected the recipe and poured a pint, they noted the line where a rich, coffee-with-cream colored head rests atop the black-as-night Stout, and though this terminator marks the line between light and dark, it is the union of the two that gives us the rich notes of chocolate, nuts and coffee. Some lines are meant to be crossed.”
Terminator Stout Birthday Specials:
Pints of Terminator Stout • $4.75 (Washington locations only)
Terminator Growler Fill • $10
Four-pack of Terminator Cans • $10 (no single can discount)
Terminator Ice Cream Float • $5
Terminator Burger – 6oz all natural beef patty, Swiss, caramelized onions, Terminator steak sauce & mayo with lettuce & tomato on a butter-grilled bun with your choice of fresh-cut fries or tater tots • $12.50
Plus, all Terminator merchandise* is 20% off in our online shop through November 19 with promo code Terminator20.
*Does not include cans or bottles. Discounts online only.
Cheers to Terminator Stout on satisfying stout fans for 35 years!
D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 20 years under his belt of drinking beer at festivals across America and the world, he has developed a strong appreciation and understanding of craft beer and the industry that surrounds it. He can be found in any of the great breweries or beer bars that make Portland the best beer city in the world. His writing can also be found in Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter at @hopapalooza.