The latest Coalator Project from Coalition Brewing‘s pilot system will be unveiled this week at the Southeast Portland pub. Homebrewers Ezra Johnson-Greenough and Ritch Marvin of the New School Beer Blog created this unique recipe that brings to mind some of the more creative stylings of local brewers such as Burnside Brewing, Breakside Brewery, and Upright Brewing.
Here’s some insight into this imaginative new brew sent to us via email from Johnson-Greenough:
This latest experimental beer brings together a variety of styles taking the base beer of a Citrusy hoppy NW-Style IPA and infusing it with a variety of fruit both puree and juice and Fatali Chili Peppers. On tap we will have two different versions with different fruits and one hopefully if we can figure it out one will be poured through a Hop Rocket filled with extra Fruit, Hops and Scotch Bonnet Peppers.
For more on the process and ingredients involved in the making of this brew, check out Ezra Johnson-Greenough’s post on the New School Beer Blog.
Very a very limited quantity of this beer will be tapped at 5:30PM on Thursday March 3 at Coalition Brewing.
Coalition Brewing is located at 2724 Southeast Ankeny Street in Portland, Oregon. For more information, call (503) 894-8080.