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4 Way CO2 Manifold – $38.90 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 18:00
4 Way CO2 Manifold.  Aluminum body.  5/16″ Barbs.  Each trunk has a ball valve and integrated check valves.  Check valves stop beer or other liquids from back feeding into other lines or your regulator. Use to pressurize multiple kegs off one co2 regulator. 6/18/16 8 PM Central: This is selling for $38.90 (less than $10 […]
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Rubbermaid Commercial Bus Tubs for Brew Day – $13.96

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 16:00
I use two similar bus tubs on brew day and I find them invaluable.  I keep one below my March Pump setup.  It catches drips and also offers a place to store wet items such as stirring spoons, mash paddles, my mash stirring whisk and my equally invaluable 1 gallon pitchers.  I reserve the other tub for clean and dry […]
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Patent Nos. 3094213A & 3094214A: Fill-Height Inspection Device For Fluid In Bottles/Automatic Container Fill-Height Inspection Machine

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 12:10
Today in 1895, US Patent 3094213 A and US Patent 3094214 A was issued, both inventions of James H. Wyman, with the second also by Robert G. Husome, for their “Fill-Height Inspection Device For Fluid In Bottles” and “Automatic Container Fill-Height Inspection Machine.”...

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Beer Birthday: Brad Klipner

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 11:57
Today is the 38th birthday of Brad Klipner, who writes the beer blog Beer in Baltimore. Brad also does marketing for Baltimore Beer Week and recently took a job as sales manager for DuClaw Brewing. Brad and I have corresponded numerous times but have not yet had an opportunity to drink a beer in...

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Left Hand Brewing Co. cans coming winter 2016

BeerPulse - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 09:57

[Press Release:]

(Longmont, CO) – Can you believe it? Colorado’s 4th largest brewery, Left Hand Brewing, famous for its pioneering line of Nitro bottles, is debuting cans in 2016! Partnering with one of the leading canning line manufacturers in the world, KHS, Left Hand’s new thirty-head volumetric filler will be arriving early fall. “We are beyond excited to allow our fans the ability to take our beers more places than they can currently. And by working with KHS, it allows us to continue to produce world-class, quality beer,” comments Chris Lennert, COO.

Plans are in motion for three of Left Hand’s beers to be canned in 12oz six packs this coming winter including: 3x GABF Gold Medal winning and 2016 World Beer Cup gold medal winner Fade to Black – a foreign export stout, Extrovert – their new American IPA, and Milk Stout – the brewery’s famous sweet stout. Additional beers, including several new additions, will be available in 2017.

In congruence with the brewery’s commitment to quality, Left Hand has designed a canning line with automated volumetric filling, to ensure low oxygen levels and consistent fill heights. “We’ve built a reputation for quality over the years and wanted to ensure those same standards were built into the design of our canned beer” shares Allison Martz, Project Manager. Left Hand Brewing has broken ground on their future canning space at their 1265 Boston Avenue production facility in Longmont, Colorado. Rollout of Left Hand cans will begin in the fourth quarter with plans to distribute to the brewery’s 36-state footprint.

About Left Hand Brewing Company

Celebrating twenty-two years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. Left Hand is one of the most honored and recognized breweries in the state, with over 27 Great American Beer Festival medals, 11 World Beer Cup awards, and 9 European Beer Star awards. Famous for their Nitro series, Left Hand Brewing established America’s original Nitro bottle with their popular Milk Stout Nitro. Left Hand’s collection of perennial and seasonal beers are available in 36 states & DC. Employee Owned, Righteously Independent. Distribution: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA, WI.

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Left Hand Brewing Co. cans coming winter 2016

BeerNews.org - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 09:57

[Press Release:]

(Longmont, CO) – Can you believe it? Colorado’s 4th largest brewery, Left Hand Brewing, famous for its pioneering line of Nitro bottles, is debuting cans in 2016! Partnering with one of the leading canning line manufacturers in the world, KHS, Left Hand’s new thirty-head volumetric filler will be arriving early fall. “We are beyond excited to allow our fans the ability to take our beers more places than they can currently. And by working with KHS, it allows us to continue to produce world-class, quality beer,” comments Chris Lennert, COO.

Plans are in motion for three of Left Hand’s beers to be canned in 12oz six packs this coming winter including: 3x GABF Gold Medal winning and 2016 World Beer Cup gold medal winner Fade to Black – a foreign export stout, Extrovert – their new American IPA, and Milk Stout – the brewery’s famous sweet stout. Additional beers, including several new additions, will be available in 2017.

In congruence with the brewery’s commitment to quality, Left Hand has designed a canning line with automated volumetric filling, to ensure low oxygen levels and consistent fill heights. “We’ve built a reputation for quality over the years and wanted to ensure those same standards were built into the design of our canned beer” shares Allison Martz, Project Manager. Left Hand Brewing has broken ground on their future canning space at their 1265 Boston Avenue production facility in Longmont, Colorado. Rollout of Left Hand cans will begin in the fourth quarter with plans to distribute to the brewery’s 36-state footprint.

About Left Hand Brewing Company

Celebrating twenty-two years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. Left Hand is one of the most honored and recognized breweries in the state, with over 27 Great American Beer Festival medals, 11 World Beer Cup awards, and 9 European Beer Star awards. Famous for their Nitro series, Left Hand Brewing established America’s original Nitro bottle with their popular Milk Stout Nitro. Left Hand’s collection of perennial and seasonal beers are available in 36 states & DC. Employee Owned, Righteously Independent. Distribution: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA, WI.

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Patent No. 857461A: Hop Picker

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 09:43
Today in 1907, US Patent 857461 A was issued, an invention of Emil Clemens Horst and John Ehrhorn, for their “Hop Picker.” There’s no Abstract, though it’s described this way in the application: Our invention relates to a machine by which hops may be picked or separated from...

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30% Off Stainless Steel Disconnects for Father’s Day

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 09:00
Great Fermentations is discounting a selection of homebrew gadgets by up to 30% for Father’s Day.  Included are Stainless Steel QDs, a refractometer, pH meter, Speidel Fermenters and Brewing Kettles.  No promo code is needed.  Discounted prices should be reflected on the sale page. Of particular interest of stainless steel disconnect fittings.  A variety of […]
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Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA to hits shelves nationwide starting July 4th weekend

BeerPulse - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 08:50

[Press Release:]

(Milton, DE) — With a long history of innovation in the world of fruit IPAs, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is unveiling Flesh & Blood, an honest to goodness IPA brewed with a bounty of real citrus. Hitting shelves nationwide starting July 4th weekend, Flesh & Blood packs a hoppy and citrusy one-two punch.

Clocking in at 7.5% ABV and 45 IBUs, Flesh & Blood is brewed with real lemon flesh and blood orange juice, balancing the resinous characteristics of a hoppy American IPA with the explosive zesty fruitiness and subtle dry tartness of citrus. The result? A highly quaffable ale that’s incredibly unique, flavorful and easy to drink all summer long. “Because we derive flavors and aromas from actual fruits you would recognize at your local farmers market and not jugs or buckets of flavoring created in a laboratory, you will not see statements like ‘brewed with natural flavors’ or ‘natural flavors added’ on our labels,” says Dogfish Head founder and president Sam Calagione.

While the growth of India Pale Ales has been widely documented, the sub-style of fruit- infused IPAs has been growing like gangbusters – over 800% last year compared to 2014. The fruit IPA segment is expected to have its highest volume year ever in 2016 and continue to grow for years to come. Dogfish Head’s Flesh & Blood, based on twenty years of in-house fruit IPA R&D, is well positioned to lead that charge. “We’ve been experimenting with fruit and citrus IPAs since 1996 when we released Aprihop, an IPA brewed with apricots,” Calagione says. “We kept on tinkering to release Hellhound On My Ale in 2011 and Sixty-One in 2012. Flesh & Blood represents two decades of tweaking and perfecting this style.”

For more information, please visit www.dogfish.com.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Dogfish Head is the first American craft brewery to focus on culinary-inspired beer recipes outside traditional beer styles and it has done so since the day it opened with the motto “off-centered ales for off-centered people.” Since 1995, Dogfish has redefined craft beer and the way people think about beer by brewing with unique ingredients. Today, Dogfish is among the fastest-growing breweries in the country and has won numerous awards throughout the years including Wine Enthusiast’s 2015 Brewery of the Year. Dogfish Head has grown into a 200+ person company based in Delaware with a brewpub/distillery in Rehoboth Beach, an innovative seafood restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, a beer-themed inn on the harbor in Lewes and a production brewery/distillery in Milton. Dogfish Head currently sells beer in 31 states.

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Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA to hits shelves nationwide starting July 4th weekend

BeerNews.org - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 08:50

[Press Release:]

(Milton, DE) — With a long history of innovation in the world of fruit IPAs, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is unveiling Flesh & Blood, an honest to goodness IPA brewed with a bounty of real citrus. Hitting shelves nationwide starting July 4th weekend, Flesh & Blood packs a hoppy and citrusy one-two punch.

Clocking in at 7.5% ABV and 45 IBUs, Flesh & Blood is brewed with real lemon flesh and blood orange juice, balancing the resinous characteristics of a hoppy American IPA with the explosive zesty fruitiness and subtle dry tartness of citrus. The result? A highly quaffable ale that’s incredibly unique, flavorful and easy to drink all summer long. “Because we derive flavors and aromas from actual fruits you would recognize at your local farmers market and not jugs or buckets of flavoring created in a laboratory, you will not see statements like ‘brewed with natural flavors’ or ‘natural flavors added’ on our labels,” says Dogfish Head founder and president Sam Calagione.

While the growth of India Pale Ales has been widely documented, the sub-style of fruit- infused IPAs has been growing like gangbusters – over 800% last year compared to 2014. The fruit IPA segment is expected to have its highest volume year ever in 2016 and continue to grow for years to come. Dogfish Head’s Flesh & Blood, based on twenty years of in-house fruit IPA R&D, is well positioned to lead that charge. “We’ve been experimenting with fruit and citrus IPAs since 1996 when we released Aprihop, an IPA brewed with apricots,” Calagione says. “We kept on tinkering to release Hellhound On My Ale in 2011 and Sixty-One in 2012. Flesh & Blood represents two decades of tweaking and perfecting this style.”

For more information, please visit www.dogfish.com.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Dogfish Head is the first American craft brewery to focus on culinary-inspired beer recipes outside traditional beer styles and it has done so since the day it opened with the motto “off-centered ales for off-centered people.” Since 1995, Dogfish has redefined craft beer and the way people think about beer by brewing with unique ingredients. Today, Dogfish is among the fastest-growing breweries in the country and has won numerous awards throughout the years including Wine Enthusiast’s 2015 Brewery of the Year. Dogfish Head has grown into a 200+ person company based in Delaware with a brewpub/distillery in Rehoboth Beach, an innovative seafood restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, a beer-themed inn on the harbor in Lewes and a production brewery/distillery in Milton. Dogfish Head currently sells beer in 31 states.

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Case of (12) 32 Oz EZ Cap Swing Top Bottles – $25.99 (save 21%)

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 07:41
Case of (12) 32 Ounce EZ Cap Swing Top Bottles.  Can be capped using the swing top, or… with a standard crown cap. Description: “A revolution in Beer Bottling! The convenience of a swing top, hybridized with the storage capabilities of a standard crown cap; Meet the EZ Cap Bottle. These swing tops are designed […]
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Ends Soon: Used Balcones Distilling 5 Gallon Oak Whiskey Barrels – $115 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 07:00
5 Gallon Whiskey Barrels from Balcones Distilling in Waco TX.  These barrels are aged with Award Winning Whiskey for a minimum of 6 months.  They are recently dumped and ready to be filled with your homebrew – consider a stout, porter, amber, brown or barleywine.  Made of American Oak.  Can be used multiple times for […]
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Ball Lock Keg Jumper Post – Clean Draft Lines… $5.99

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 06:00
via Brew Hardware.  This custom fitting is designed to allow you to connect two ball lock QDs together for the purpose of cleaning your draft lines more quickly and easily.   HBF Reader [8 Ways to Connect with HBF] Josh Says: “I use two of these, along with my Mark II Keg Washer, and silicone tubing […]
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10 Sets of Keg O-Rings – Pin and Ball Lock Kegs – $12.55

Homebrew Finds - Sat, 06/18/2016 - 05:00
10 sets of keg o-ring replacements.  Universal – fits both ball lock and pin lock kegs. You get: : (10) Lid Closure O-Rings (20) Ball Lock Tank Plug O-Rings (20) Pin Lock Tank Plug O-Rings (20) Universal Dip Tube O-Rings + One “homebrewed with pride” aluminized keg label. Use to help refurbish 10 ball lock or […]
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Beer In Ads #1945: Holiday Buffett

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 22:30
Friday’s ad is entitled Holiday Buffett, and the illustration was done in 1952 by Douglass Crockwell. It’s #76 in a series entitled “Home Life in America,” also known as the Beer Belongs series of ads that the United States Brewers Foundation ran from 1945 to 1956. In this...

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Stanley Classic Vacuum Insulated Growler… $35, Best Price

Homebrew Finds - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 21:00
Classic Vacuum Insulated Growler in Hammertone Navy by Stanley Features vacuum insulated body and foam insulated lid to keep beer cold for hours.  Made of 18/8 stainless steel and BPA free.  The heavy duty handle makes it easy to carry and allows you to pour smoothly with one handle.  Steel inner lid means no plastic is […]
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Historic Beer Birthday: Frank Shlaudeman

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 19:23
Today is the birthday of Frank Shlaudeman (June 17, 1862-after 1934). His father founded what would become the Decatur Brewing Co., in Decatur, Illinois, which is where he was born and raised. Frank’s father Henry Shlaudeman joined the Edward Harpstrite Brewery (which was originally the John...

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Firestone Nitro DBA added to year-round draft lineup as part of DBA’s 20th anniversary year

BeerPulse - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 17:18

[Press Release:]

Firestone Walker Celebrates 20 Years of DBA with New Nitro Version

(Paso Robles, CA) — A Firestone Walker classic is set to be recast in its 20th anniversary year as DBA gets nitro treatment for the first time ever, resulting in a fresh twist on a longtime flagship.

“DBA is the beer that started it all for us in 1996, but this may be its truest form yet,” said David Walker.

Indeed, as an English-style bitter, DBA enjoys a natural synergy with the nitro style, which itself mimics the textural qualities of traditional British cask ales. When brewed and pushed to the tap with nitrogen gas, DBA achieves brilliant clarity in the glass; thick, long-lasting foam; and an ultra-creamy mouthfeel.

“I think this is the perfect presentation for DBA,” said Brewmaster Matt Brynildson. “DBA has all of these subtle toffee, caramel and oak nuances that really come to the forefront with nitro, and you get more of a cask ale feel that goes right to the heritage of the English bitter style.”

Nitro DBA will launch as a year-round draft offering across all Firestone Walker markets starting next week.

That’s Not All…

In addition to the nitro version, DBA is also being released in another format this summer—specifically Unfiltered DBA (UDBA), a 100-percent oak fermented and unfiltered version of DBA.

First made as a brewery-only staple, UDBA will now be available on draft nationwide in limited quantities in celebration of Firestone Walker’s 20th anniversary. UDBA is fermented entirely in in the patented Firestone Union oak barrel brewing system, then left unfiltered for enhanced oak expression with a hazy nod to the British pale ales of yesteryear.

Proudly Malty Since 1996

Upon its release in 1996, DBA immediately became a local Central Coast favorite and ultimately helped blaze the California craft beer trail. DBA was particularly notable for being partially fermented in the patented Firestone Union oak barrel brewing system, inspired by the Burton Union method popularized in 19th century Britain.

Today, DBA still stands as a proudly malt-forward alternative to the hoppy beers that have come to dominate the market.

“This beer goes back 20 years, but I think it still tastes current,” Brynildson said. “This nitro version is a great excuse for people to get reacquainted with DBA.”

Naturally, the brewery’s resident English expatriate agrees…

“DBA is a beer I have drunk regularly for nearly 20 years,” Walker said. “It still brings a smile to my face and will always represent so much more than the beer itself. It was our beginning.”

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Firestone Nitro DBA added to year-round draft lineup as part of DBA’s 20th anniversary year

BeerNews.org - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 17:18

[Press Release:]

Firestone Walker Celebrates 20 Years of DBA with New Nitro Version

(Paso Robles, CA) — A Firestone Walker classic is set to be recast in its 20th anniversary year as DBA gets nitro treatment for the first time ever, resulting in a fresh twist on a longtime flagship.

“DBA is the beer that started it all for us in 1996, but this may be its truest form yet,” said David Walker.

Indeed, as an English-style bitter, DBA enjoys a natural synergy with the nitro style, which itself mimics the textural qualities of traditional British cask ales. When brewed and pushed to the tap with nitrogen gas, DBA achieves brilliant clarity in the glass; thick, long-lasting foam; and an ultra-creamy mouthfeel.

“I think this is the perfect presentation for DBA,” said Brewmaster Matt Brynildson. “DBA has all of these subtle toffee, caramel and oak nuances that really come to the forefront with nitro, and you get more of a cask ale feel that goes right to the heritage of the English bitter style.”

Nitro DBA will launch as a year-round draft offering across all Firestone Walker markets starting next week.

That’s Not All…

In addition to the nitro version, DBA is also being released in another format this summer—specifically Unfiltered DBA (UDBA), a 100-percent oak fermented and unfiltered version of DBA.

First made as a brewery-only staple, UDBA will now be available on draft nationwide in limited quantities in celebration of Firestone Walker’s 20th anniversary. UDBA is fermented entirely in in the patented Firestone Union oak barrel brewing system, then left unfiltered for enhanced oak expression with a hazy nod to the British pale ales of yesteryear.

Proudly Malty Since 1996

Upon its release in 1996, DBA immediately became a local Central Coast favorite and ultimately helped blaze the California craft beer trail. DBA was particularly notable for being partially fermented in the patented Firestone Union oak barrel brewing system, inspired by the Burton Union method popularized in 19th century Britain.

Today, DBA still stands as a proudly malt-forward alternative to the hoppy beers that have come to dominate the market.

“This beer goes back 20 years, but I think it still tastes current,” Brynildson said. “This nitro version is a great excuse for people to get reacquainted with DBA.”

Naturally, the brewery’s resident English expatriate agrees…

“DBA is a beer I have drunk regularly for nearly 20 years,” Walker said. “It still brings a smile to my face and will always represent so much more than the beer itself. It was our beginning.”

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Ninkasi Brewing Co. celebrates ten years with N10 anniversary beer and August party

BeerPulse - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 16:58

[Press Release:]

N10 Imperial Blended Ale Kicks off a Summer of Festivities

(Eugene, OR) – On June 15, 2006, Ninkasi Brewing Company set out with a single mission: Perpetuate Better Living. Operating under this core purpose, the brewery has grown from a two-man team to become the 36th largest craft brewery in the United States, operating entirely from its facilities in Eugene, Oregon and employing more than 100 employees. Producing award-winning craft beers, giving back to each community that serves its beers, and garnering national recognition as a top employer are just a few milestones the brewery has achieved in its first decade.

“We are excited for what we’ve been able to accomplish since 2006 and are even more excited about what the future holds,” explains Ninkasi CEO and co-founder, Nikos Ridge. “Ninkasi exists because our customers support what we do; we take that to heart every day.”

With distribution in 14 states and two provinces, Ninkasi continues to grow its craft offerings to a lineup of seven, year-round Flagship Series beers, a rotating Seasonal Release Series, Special Release Series beers, and Rare & Delicious (R&D) small-batch releases.

Since its founding in 2006, Ninkasi has prioritized community impact in each and every state where its beer is sold. Ninkasi’s Beer is Love donations program supports more than 300 non-profits annually with donated beer to be used for fundraising initiatives and other gatherings.

As an employer, the brewery has been named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon” by Oregon Business Magazine for two years. Last year, the brewery received national recognition ranking on the “The 100 Best Places to Work in 2015” list by OUTSIDE.

“I am so proud of our team and the achievements we have made together in this amount of time,” says Ninkasi co-founder and founding brewer, Jamie Floyd. “Mostly I am happy that we have folks who have supported us all along and we are still drawing in new beer lovers every day.”

THE BEER: N10 IMPERIAL BLENDED ALE
To kick off its summer of celebrations, the brewery will release N10, a commemorative Imperial Blended Ale, available in limited 22-ounce bottles throughout Ninkasi’s distribution footprint beginning this July. Featuring a collectible outer box, the iconographic artwork for N10 was crafted in collaboration with Ninkasi’s in-house art department and Portland-based muralist and artist, Blaine Fontana.

“N10 is a very special beer, blending together five cornerstone recipes each telling its own story about our brewery,” says founding brewer and co-founder Jamie Floyd. “This beer is big, flavorful and heavy-hitting.”

N10 is crafted of 50% Imperial Stout, 10% Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, 12.5% Imperial Total Domination IPA, 12.5% Imperial Maiden the Shade IPA, and 15% Critical Hit Barleywine. The result? A blend that offers a striking hop intensity followed by a rich backbone of caramel and roasted malt.

N10 Stats
N10 commemorates ten wild and wondrous years of independent brewing in Eugene, Oregon. Crafted with Imperial Stout, Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, two Imperial IPAs and Barleywine, these five heavy-hitting beers collide to celebrate one unforgettable decade. Big and flavorful, our N10 blend offers a striking hop intensity followed by a rich backbone of caramel and roasted malt. Enjoy now or save for later, this beer is crafted to change over time in the most delicious way.

* Style: Imperial Blended Ale

* Available: July 2016 – depletion

* ABV: 10%

* IBU: 100

* OG: 1096

Imperial Stout, 50% of final blend
Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, 10% of final blend
Inspired by our past and celebrating our future, these Imperial Stouts feature a rich complexity paired with a sizeable hop profile, giving the final blend deep, roasted notes that better with age.

Imperial Total Domination IPA, 12.5% of final blend
Imperial Maiden the Shade IPA, 12.5% of final blend
Our history of crafting highly-hopped beers began on day one. N10 incorporates two Imperial versions of our cornerstone IPAs, Total Domination and Maiden the Shade, offering a big, citrus and floral hop hit.

Critical Hit Barleywine, 15% of final blend
A nod to our nerdier side, Critical Hit Barleywine possesses an impressive level of port-like characteristics. As it ages, the caramel flavors and bitterness intensify to create a complex finish.

THE PARTY: N10 CELEBRATION
Ninkasi opens its doors for a free celebration with its fans and community, Sunday Aug. 14 from 12pm to 9pm at the Ninkasi Tasting Room (272 Van Buren St., Eugene, OR). The event will feature live music, food carts, merchandise, and specialty beers on-tap.

For those not in Eugene, Ninkasi fans can find specialty N10 Anniversary crowns featured on all Ninkasi bottles starting in July.

Follow Ninkasi online for N10 content and celebration updates on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Ninkasi Brewing Company
Founded in 2006 by Jamie Floyd and Nikos Ridge, Ninkasi Brewing Company continues to grow from its first batch of Total Domination IPA, to two brewhouses, a 55-barrel and a 90-barrel brewhouse, located in Eugene, Ore. Ninkasi’s Flagship beers-Total Domination IPA, Tricerahops Double IPA, Dawn of the Red IPA, Easy Way IPA, Helles Belles Helles Lager, Oatis Oatmeal Stout, and Vanilla Oatis Oatmeal Stout-are sold throughout Alaska; Alberta; Arizona; California; D.C.; Colorado; Idaho; Maryland; Nevada; New York; Oregon; Texas; Utah; Washington; and Vancouver, British Columbia. The brewery remains privately-owned and is committed to community support and giving. Ninkasi’s Beer Is Love program offers in-kind donations and support for organizations throughout its footprint.

For more information, call 541.344.2739 or visit www.NinkasiBrewing.com.

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