Newberg, Ore. (October 12, 2016) — Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery will release two new bottled beers and one can during events this Friday and Saturday. This is the second bottle and first can release for the new brewery, and these bottles are only available for purchase from the brewery’s tasting room. On Saturday, beginning at 2pm, the two new beers available will be Sebastian Rhubarb ($14/750 ml.), a rustic bottle-conditioned saison made with local rhubarb and foraged Douglas Fir tips, and the long-awaited table stout La Truffe ($18/750 ml.), an Oregon white truffle-infused hazelnut stout, made in collaboration with the Oregon Truffle Festival. To celebrate the end of the wine harvest for their Willamette Valley neighbors, the brewery canned Crushpad, a traditional pilsner, in 16 ounce cans. Crushpad ($5) will be available on Friday beginning at 4pm, and will also be available Saturday. Each beer is a limited run, with original labels designed by Portland illustrator Jason Sturgill. Wolves & People’s first bottle release, Instinctive Travels, a dry-hopped saison, was released on September 24th, and there are still a few remaining bottles available for purchase at the brewery.
Friday, October 14, 4-10pm Harvest Wrap & Crushpad Pilsner Party
To commemorate the Willamette Valley harvest season and neighboring wineries’ hard work, Wolves & People brewed a crisp, traditional pilsner this fall and then canned it. Raise a toast to grape-stained hands and frosty beer cans.
Saturday, October 15, 2-8pm La Truffe & Sebastian Rhubarb Release Party
Following the first release, Instinctive Travels, in a series of limited 750ml offerings are Sebastian Rhubarb ($14) and La Truffe ($18), with a one case limit per person. At the brewery, 2-8pm
About Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery
Established in 2014 on historic Springbrook Hazelnut Farm in Newberg, Oregon and opened to the public in May 2016, Wolves & People is a true farmhouse brewery in Willamette Valley wine country. Wolves & People is dedicated to an array of balanced, food-friendly, and meticulously crafted beers utilizing extensive wild-, native-, and indigenous yeasts, and barrel-aging in wine and spirits barrels. The brewery uses only pure, untreated Parrett Mountain water, house yeast cultures, and many local grains, hops, and fruit. Most beers are keg-conditioned instead of force-carbonated, which adds a month or more to production time but results in pillowy textures. Winner of the People’s Choice Award, Oregon Brewshed Alliance Invitational, May 2016. The brewery’s tasting room is located at 30203 N.E. Benjamin Road, Newberg, Ore., and open to the public Friday-Sunday. For more information, go to wolvesandpeople.com or follow them on Facebook and Instagram @WolvesandPeople.