Wayfinder Beer has five can beer releases for the fall season. Out now in cans is Funeral Bock, Terrifica, and Hell while Time Spiral and Double Fink will be released on November 9th.
Below are descriptions on each of the beer releases as provided by Wayfinder Beer.
FUNERAL BOCK – Double Decocted Black Bock (Now Available)
A double decocted black bock, brewed strongly with Münich and Röast malts, then ferments extremely cold with our secret heritage lager yeast. It’s finished with an excessive, hibernative lager schedule. This iteration of German bockbier is our dirge to the Fall. Toast, caramel, dried fruit.
TERRIFICA – Italian-Style Horror Pilsner (Now Available)
Inspired by the Pils+Love Festival, an international event founded in Italy, we designed this special Pilsner with help from our friends at Heater Allen Brewing and Modern Times’ Belmont Fermentorium here in Portland. Aggressively spicy, citrusy, floral and yeasty elements ride above a dry, crisp, lightly golden malt backbone. A distinctive yet elegant take on a most classic style. The spirit compels you to take another sip! Aromatic, hop-forward, dry.
HELL – Munich-Style Helles (Now Available)
Our brewmaster Kevin Davey is a card-carrying lagerphile; we think this beer may show it off the best. Super clean, refreshing, distinctive, with a nice hint of Hallertauer. The gold standard for golden lagers. Crisp, bright, floral, sessionable.
TIME SPIRAL – Double-Decocted Münich-Style Dunkel (release date: 11/9)
Subtle roasted and biscuity malts, with a long, cold-conditioning process. Exceptionally mature. Not filling, not cloying yet rich and satisfying.
DOUBLE FINK – Double NEIPA (release date: 11/9)
Intense juiciness, tropical, pineapple-punch of hops. A bigger and more intense version of our classic Flower IN the Kettle. Upgraded with a myriad of sensational hops, boasting tropical and juicy complexity.
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.