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From our sponsors at Burnside Brewing:
Night of the Living Ales
Saturday, October 29
8 p.m. – 1 a.m. | $8 | 21+
Purchase Tickets at 28thstreetpubcrawl.blogspot.com
Burnside Brewing Co.
701 E. Burnside Street
Back for it’s second year Night of the Living Ales is the ultimate Halloween party for the craft beer minded drinker featuring eight unique and special beers from seven Oregon breweries. This years festivities take place inside the elaborately decorated actual brewhouse warehouse space of Burnside Brewing Co. and with an adjacent covered outdoor beer garden.
To entertain you while you sip fine brews we have lined up live music by The Ascetic Junkies and Boy Eats Drum Machine, fabulous sexy Halloween themed Burlesque from Meghan Mayhem and Hai Fleisch of Rose City Shimmy and amazing fire performers. Throughout the evening expect on-stage costume contests and amateur burlesque with prizes like gift cards and swag to Burnside Brewing.
Brought to you by Burnside Brewing, Maletis Distribution, Yelp and Ninkasi Brewing this year’s celebration brings together seven of Oregon’s best breweries with some unique holiday themed beers.
Portland Halloween Beer List…
Burnside Brewing: Permafrost – is Burnside Brewing Co.’s first winter elixir. It’s a big strong ale brewed with 7 different malts and copious amounts of Columbia and Amarillo hops pillowed in the middle to give this warming brew a chewy complex malt body and a unique fruity juicy hoppiness throughout. You wont want to sip this dangerously strong and tasty beer like you should but pound it . 8.3% abv 77.4 IBU
Burnside Brewing: Peanut Butter Chocolate Alt – A one-off keg of Burnside Brewing’s take on the traditional German-style Alt bier malty and carmelly with reese’s peanut butter cups infused into the beer to complement the creamy body and nutty dry finish. It’s all the favorite flavors of Halloween candy you loved as a kid infused into your favorite adult beverage!
Fort George Brewery: North V – This year we took another Holiday Icon, The Fruitcake, and designed our Winter Seasonal in its' honor. A mash of barley, oats, wheat, rye, rich caramel and honey malts are mildly spiced with Cascade and Saaz hops, fermented with Fort George House Yeast then allowed to condition on hand-splintered, rum inspired oak. A Glase Fruit concoction that includes cherries, pineapple, orange and lemon peel is dissolved into the finished beer to add the final touches. While designed and bottled to age, we are sure this version of the Fruitcake will not be passed down for generations, but opened and imbibed at many a cheerful gathering. 7.5% abv. IBU's Hard To Tell
Oakshire Brewing: Big Black Jack (Imperial Chocolate Pumpkin Porter) – Oven roasted pumpkins, cocoa nibs, cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and ginger round out this burly Imperial Porter. Trick¬Â¦. or Treat?
Lompoc: 2010 Bourbon Barrel Aged Monster Mash – this batch was aged in Bourbon barrels for 11 months and cellared for an additional two. This Imperial Porter has a slight Bourbon aroma with chocolate and licorice flavors finishing with vanilla notes (8% ABV).
Ninkasi Brewing: TBA
Widmer Brothers: TBA
10 Barrel: TBA