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New Bottled Beers this week!

posted October 20, 2012
The "Saturday Twelve," new bottled beers in the cooler: 

1) Hopwork's "Ace of Spades" Imperial IPA - need I say more?

2 )Jolly Pumpkin's "#1 Pumpkin Ale," the very first pumpkin beer from a world-class brewery

3) Chatoe Rogue's "First Growth Pumpkin Patch Ale," made with Rogue's very own home-grown pumpkins - perfect for Halloween night fun

4) Laurelwood's "Vinter Varmer" Winter Ale

5) Moylan's "Hopsickle" Imperial IPA, (this one is "triple hoppy...:) :-)

6) Speakeasy's "Butchertown" Black Ale, an 8.2% smooth black ale from San Francisco

7) Old Schoolhouse "Imperial IPA," one of the best new brewery finds (they are from WA) we've seen in awhile - we were all very impressed by all of their beers

8) Hopworks "Abominable" Winter Ale - in a 16-ounce can!!

9) Sierra Nevada's "Hoptimum" whole cone IPA, only $2.30 per bottle

10) Jolly Pumpkin's "Palena Ole," a collaboration with Maui Brewing, made with Michigan cherries and some obscure Hawaiian fruit I've never heard of....

11) Caldera's "Vas Deferens," brewed with orange bitters and blood orange zest...

12) Schooner's "Three Grid IPA," brewed out of Seattle and new to the Portland area...

Lots of good drinkin' there! Cheers!