Breakside Salted Caramel Stout in Bottles & IPA Tap Takeover


Breakside Brewery has a couple more big events this Thursday, 1/23, at N.W.I.P.A. and next Thursday, 1/30, at Belmont Station, showing off the broad swath of its IPA acumen as well as the brewery's latest seasonal bottle release - Salted Caramel Stout.


THIS Thursday is a total IPA Tap Takeover/Blowout or what have you, and what better place than the IPA-dedicated N.W.I.P.A. in the SE FoPo neighborhood. In addition to known staples Breakside's flagship IPA, the more recently released Wanderlust IPA, the hyped Safe Word Triple IPA, and the brand new experimental IPAs including Hop Burst, Outerland IPA, and Trinidad Scorpion Double IPA, brewed with the world's hottest chili peppers. N.W.I.P.A. will offer two different taster trays, with half of the beers on each.

Thursday January 23rd 6-9pm

N.W.I.P.A.
6350 SE Foster Road 
Portland, Oregon 97206

Salted Caramel Stout Bottle Release Party
The following Thursday January 30th at Belmont Station is the release of Salted Caramel Stout in bottles. Belmont Station will have Wanderlust IPA, Oude Noir, and SCS on draft while they pour free samples of all of Breakside's bottled beers, including the new SCS.

From the press release:

A collaboration with Salt & Straw Ice Cream, Salted Caramel Stout has been one of our most popular draft seasonal brews now for the first time available in bottles. A rich stout base mixes with sea salt and specially­ made salted. this beer is rich and balanced with a luscious caramel flavor in the mid palate, a hint of salt in the finish, and a smooth roastiness.

Beer Specs:

6.7% ABV  28 IBU
malts: Two Row, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, CaraMunich, Flaked Barley
hops: Newport
special ingredients: salted caramel; sea salt

available 2/1/2014­4/1/2014 on draft and in 22 oz bottles in
Oregon, Washington, Idaho, British Columbia, and Japan

Thursday June 30th 5-8pm
Belmont Station
4500 SE Stark
Portland, OR

3 comments:

  1. Shouldn't you announce upfront that this is a paid ad by Breakside?

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    1. It's a news/press release going out to hundreds of media outlets, no one gets paid to print it.

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  2. The Trinidad Scorpion was the world's hottest pepper two years ago. The current WHP is the Carolina Reaper, which, coincidentally, will be grown at Marvin Estates this summer.

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Try not to be a dick.