Ecliptic Brewing Is Releasing Orange Giant Barrel-Aged Barleywine in Bottles

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Oregon’s most anticipated brewery opening of 2013, Ecliptic Brewing, is releasing Orange Giant Barrel-Aged Barleywine in bottles. Saturday, Dec. 20 will be the release date. Gaining inspiration from the upcoming solstice, Ecliptic’s Orange Giant Barleywine will bring warmth to the chilly winter days.

“All of us at the brewery have been looking forward to the awakening of our Orange Giant,” said John Harris, owner and brewmaster at Eclipitc. “After spending 10 months in 12-year-old bourbon barrels, this barleywine packs a big punch.”

About Barrel-Aged Orange Giant Barleywine

Like the blazing giant stars that inspire it, Orange Giant is truly massive. Three malts and copious amounts of Chinook and Nugget hops impart a creamy malt profile and resin hop character to the beer.

  • IBU: 70
  • ABV: 13.8%
  • GRAVITY: 24°P

Ecliptic is producing less than 70 cases of this limited edition vintage, and it will initially be available only at the brewery, in bottles.

Ecliptic Brewing

825 North Cook St. Portland, OR 97227

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