The climax of Brewpublic‘s 2nd Annual KillerBeerWeek is the KillerBeerFest at Bailey’s Taproom (213 SW Broadway), on Saturday, October 23 2010. Taps start pouring at 4pm!
On this special night, Brewpublic has curated a line-up of never tasted before beers from the Pacific Northwest. barrel-aged brews, Belgian-style specialties, fruit and spice beers, and other mind melting one-of-a-kind and one-off brews. Most of these beers will not be available again. Bailey’s provides a great environment for tasting these beers.
I’m sure you’re curious about the amazing beer list? Well here you go:
- Astoria Brewing – Blueberry Lambic
- Barley Brown – Trappist Strong Ale
- Beer Valley – Jackalope (a pumpkin imperial porter!)
- Block 15 – Jack Straw (amber ale with pumpkin, spices, and molasses!)
- Breakside Brewery – Ghost Chile IPA
- Cascade – TBA
- Coalition – Liquid Sterling (single and fresh Sterling hop ale)
- Double Mountain – Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA
- Fort George – Kentucky Coffee Girl (coffee stout aged in bourbon casks!)
- FiftyFifty – Totality Imperial Stout
- Gilgamesh – Fresh Hopped Oktoberfest
- Laurelwood – Bay Laurel Ale (fresh Bay Laurel leaves!)
- Lucky Labrador – Force of Nature (Pinot barrel aged imperial pale!)
- Mt. Tabor – Sibeerian Bull Imperial Stout
- New Old Lompoc – Bourbon Barrel-aged Monster Mash (Bourbon barrel aged imperial porter!)
- Ninkasi – Oak-aged Total Domination
- Oakshire – Collaborative Belly of the Evil Beast Imperial CDA (blend of a imperial porter and imperial red!)
- Pelican – Full House Imperial Brown
- Prodigal Son – Bruce/Lee Porter
- Upright – Cask Four with Rose Petals
- Vertigo – Midnight Harvest VSB (ESB with hops from the brewer’s backyard!)
- Walking Man – Hop-Along Fresh Hop IPA
For more detailed beer descriptions visit Brewpublic, and for hyperbole visit the Bailey’s Taproom blog!
Thanks for posting this. We can’t wait to kick off the event! Just wanted to let you know that the Cascade Brewing selection will be a very limited 1/6 bbl of their sour Blueberry Wheat Ale aged in Pinot Noir barrels. Salud!
Angelo – No problemo, and thanks for the update!