Alesong Brewing & Blending Set to Release Four New Spring 2022 Blends

image of Moondance courtesy of Alesong Brewing & Blending
image of Moondance courtesy of Alesong Brewing & Blending

Alesong Brewing & Blending is set to release four barrel-aged blends on Friday, May 13th. For its Spring 2022 release, Alesong will mark the return of award-winning Gose Añejo alongside three other enticing beers – Oregon Sunrise, Pacific Bliss, and Moondance.

Here’s a preview of all four offerings.

  • Gose Añejo – Back by popular demand, our tart and salty margarita-inspired gose is brewed with agave syrup and aged in tequila barrels with plenty of citrus. (PNW Distribution, Tasting Rooms, Club)
  • Oregon Sunrise– Mimosas, anyone? Blonde sour ale + Pinot Gris juice + tangerine = a new take on your favorite brunch beverage. (PNW Distribution, Tasting Rooms, Club)
  • Pacific Bliss– A crisp and refreshing barrel-aged grisette, dry-hopped with Motueka to add citrus and tropical fruit aromas. Perfect for the coming sun! (Tasting Rooms, Club)
  • Moondance– Gin fizz meets farmhouse ale! Aged in Old Tom Gin barrels with lemon zest, cucumber, and butterfly pea flower for a delicious and stunning brew! (Club exclusive)
image of Pacific Bliss courtesy of Alesong Brewing & Blending
image of Pacific Bliss courtesy of Alesong Brewing & Blending

Gose Añejo and Oregon Sunrise will both be available at retailers throughout the Pacific Northwest beginning mid-May, while Pacific Bliss and Moondance will only be available at the tasting rooms and to Blender’s Circle bottle club members respectively. For more information on Blender’s Circle membership, visit www.alesongbrewing.com/join

“We take ideas from so many different realms and have just been having a ton of fun with cocktails-as-inspiration recently,” gushed Alesong co-founder and Production Manager, Brian Coombs.  “From Moondance, which we made for our Director of Hospitality’s upcoming wedding based on her favorite gin fizz to our mimosa-like Oregon Sunrise, which I’m particularly stoked about because it’s our first release of a wine-grape beer hybrid in a couple years after we lost the entire 2020 harvest to smoke.”

More information on each of the new beers can be found on the Alesong Brewing & Blending blog – www.alesongbrewing.com/blog.

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