There are many parties happening around Portland in the wake of Feast, a national foodie festival taking place this week so Double Mountain Brewery co-owner Charlie Devereux and The New School set out to collaborate with one of our favorite new hotspots Lardo for a killer afterparty event.
On Friday September 21st we have invited our friends Upright Brewing and The Sugar Cube to join us for a fun late night event from 9pm – 12am at Lardo. Look forward to an amazing food menu, drink specials, a beer float, special Upright/Double Mountain Beer Cocktail and prizes and giveaways. No entry fees, just a casual celebration of great beer and great food!
Formidable Float from The Sugar Cube
– Double Mountain Formidable Belgian Imperial Stout– Dreamy vanilla custard ice cream, exclusively made by Salt & Straw for The Sugar Cube.– House made hot fudge
Special Food Menu
– Double Mountain Ferocious Five Braised Short Rib Sando w/ horseradish & gremolata
– Upright Saison Fritto Misto
– Double Mountain Kolsch Braised Keilbasa Choucroute Garnie (raw sauerkraut, house mustard)
– Upright Gruit Spaetzle w/ whole grain mustard, gruyere & bacon
Four Devil’s – Upright/Double Mountain Beer Cocktail
Drambuie 15yr with a Double Mountain Devil’s Kriek ginger syrup reduction, lemon, Upright Four shaken and served in an Absinthe rinsed rocks glass.
Double Mountain Drafts:
MAN DOWN! “Double India Brown Rye”: Another installment from the twisted minds of our intrepid brew staff, two of whom have been on the rack with sports-related injuries. This big old tasty hybrid of a beer features unique minty notes from the rye malt, rich chocolatey character from roasted malts, and an onslaught of hop aroma delivered by a pound of dry hops for every keg. Big, bold and injury-prone. 8.2% ABV, 85 BU
FORMIDABLE Belgian Imperial Stout: Heads up, this is a beer to be reckoned with. Over 2,000lb of fermentables yielded our strongest wort to date. Two Belgian ale yeasts combine to deliver a nuanced fermentation profile; five specialty malts and a big hop charge deliver sweetness, roast and hoppy bitterness in huge amounts. “C’est formidable, eh?” 11.9% ABV, 90 BU
KÖLSCH German-Style Ale: In Cologne, many a brewery produces a light-bodied ale with a delicate fruitiness and rounded maltiness, courtesy of a unique yeast strain. Our Kölsch is unfiltered and more generously hopped than its German cousin. 5.2% ABV, 40 BU
Plus on tap from Upright Brewing: Seven, Gruit, Four & Alt