Green Bottling has been bottling up a storm around Portland. Here’s a couple new beers they’ve capped up for your drinking pleasure:
This time around, BridgePort’s Stumptown Tart is a blend of wheat ale with 50% aged in wood and 50% ale infused with Oregon Sour Pie cherries.. The seductive second coming was sampled by Brewpublicans at the June 25th release party at the brewpub downtown. The model on the Stumptown Tart label herself, Bernie Dexter, was on hand as free samples were enjoyed. According to Green Bottling’s Mike Weksler, 55 barrels of this 8.3% ABV brew were bottled. Meet the brewers from BridgePort and sample the Tart this Thursday, July 2nd 6-8PM at Belmont Station. A rare keg of the Tart will be pouring.
Green Bottling also filled 360 cases worth of 22-ounce bottles of Laurelwood’s Wry Pale Ale this week. Laurelwood brewers, if you are reading this, you should hook us up with some samples so we can review more of your beer. The most recent bottled brews from the big L have been scrumptious and never skimp on the hops. Word has it this beer pours a bright golden hue with a lush white head and owns a fruity, toffee, piny, citrus bite that should be a perfect quencher for warm summer days.