Roots Brewery: Epic Ale Release Party | Works of Ezra "Samurai Artist"

Good times will be had at Roots brewery tonight. Plus, friend of the pipeline, Ezra the Samurai Artist's works will be on display as well.

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From Ezra:
Roots Epic Ale, Portland, OregonRoots brewers hand-smoked 55 pounds of Munich malt over cherry wood soaked in Glenlivet Scotch, cognac and cherries, which lends wonderful smoky, toffee and cherry notes both to the palate and nose, along with a warm, bittersweet finish.

14% ABV One year old Epic will be on tap and 2008 version will be available in Magnum's and 22oz bottles to take home.

New and old art by myself will be on display including larger prints of my art for this years and last years Epic Ale labels. Plus Live Music.

Roots Organic Brewing Co
6 p.m., Thur, Dec. 18th
1520 SE 7th Ave
Portland, OR 97214

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5 Responses to Roots Brewery: Epic Ale Release Party | Works of Ezra "Samurai Artist"

  1. willradik December 18, 2008 at 10:19 #

    I know that guy. Hey, Ezra. We’ve been enjoying your grill for sometime now. Ever going to come pick it up or can we have it? : >

  2. samuraiartist December 18, 2008 at 16:51 #

    No Will,
    but I will cut you a deal on the interest already accumulated if you polish it for me

    • willradik December 18, 2008 at 18:34 #

      How about I leave it the way it is and we don’t charge you for storage. ; D

  3. samuraiartist December 20, 2008 at 19:03 #

    Maybe you could charge for storage if it was your house!
    Anyway I will settle for 20% of all food cooked on my grill, just doggie bag it for me. Thats my final offer!

    • willradik December 21, 2008 at 13:19 #

      Hmm? I live here and pay rent just like everyone else! Granted there are four other people living here. I was speaking for the house council! But, since two members are alcoholics, and the other two don’t really care, I am forced to accept this offer. I’ll go dig the remains out of the compost pile today and bag em up.

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