With only about a month left of summer, Public Coast Brewing Co. has launched two new beers and returns with a fan favorite to help keep summer alive and well.
Look for Peach Pie Smoothie Gose Sour and S’mores Bonfire Stout as these two new beers join the summer seasonal lineup at Public Coast Brewing Co. Also, back by popular demand, the brewery is re-releasing Public Coast Farm Blueberry Wheat Ale, made from blueberries harvested from its sister property, Public Coast Farm, located in Banks, Oregon.
“Summer in the Pacific Northwest deserves an extended celebration,” said Will Leroux, Public Coast Brewing Co.’s head Brewmaster, in a statement. “Our special summer releases have all the seasonal essentials covered: peaches and farmstands, beach bonfires and s’mores, and locally grown blueberries. What more could you ask for? These special releases are perfect for celebrating summer’s last stand.”
Here are details on all three releases with descriptions provided by Public Coast Brewing Co.
Peach Pie Smoothie Gose Sour, 3.8% ABV
A beer for dessert lovers — this tart and juicy Gose-style beer is loaded with peach puree, nutmeg, and vanilla. Notes of citrus, peach and mango with a pie spice finish, as well as a relatively lower ABV for easy summer sipping.
S’mores Bonfire Stout Milk Stout with Marshmallow and Graham Cracker, 5.5% ABV
All the marshmallowy, cocoa, and cookie flavor you’d ever want, without the hassle of finding the perfect stick. Milk stouts are darker, thicker ales made with lactose sugar crystals. Typically on the sweeter side for a beer, milk stouts are slightly frothy in texture, and the sweetness is balanced with a stout’s signature earthiness. Notes of roasted marshmallow, graham cracker and cocoa, with a light and creamy finish.
Public Coast Farm Blueberry Wheat Ale American Wheat Beer, 5.4% ABV
This American Wheat Beer highlights blueberries grown at the brewery’s sister property, Public Coast Farm, located at the base of the Coastal Range in Banks, Ore. This easy drinking wheat ale has notes of ripe blueberries and hops.
D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 25 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 the archives of Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter and Instagram at @hopapalooza.