Pig Out at Lardo with Double Mountain, Upright & the Sugar Cube

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



Samurai Artist
Samurai Artist

Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing. He has also had a hand in creating events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival, Portland Beer Week, and the Brewing up Cocktails series. He is available for freelance consultation in marketing, events, graphic design and branding. Contact: SamuraiArtist@NewSchoolBeer.com

Discussion

  • Dana
    Dana
    Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:02 AM

    Oh my, can i take a handful of those fries home?

    • Arthur Smith
      Arthur Smith
      Wed Jan 2, 2013 6:07 PM

      Talk about scary draft beer. Maybe you should sell the recipe to bars in east london; they’d love a new stout to taste.

      • Evelyn R. Crossen
        Evelyn R. Crossen
        Mon Apr 1, 2013 10:56 AM

        I will try this out next month but for now I am following a diet plan meant for curing my sickness. The Formidable Float seems like a really good dessert!

        • Alexandra Connor
          Alexandra Connor
          Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:29 PM

          Will try the burger with fries and the fudge drink they’ve got here. It just looks so delicious and yummy that I can’t resist trying it out myself.