Breakside Brewery’s La Tormenta dry-hopped Sour returns

Breakside La tormenta label
Breakside Brewery is releasing their late fall, early winter seasonal La Tormenta dry-hopped sour this week. With a release party in Seattle tomorrow, 22oz bottles and draft of La Tormenta are hitting bottleshops, beer bars and restaurants.
La Tormenta description:
Our final seasonal bottle for the 2015 brew year is our experimental sour ale made with a unique blend of citrusy, tropical and fruity hops. Bracing-yet-balanced sour notes combine beautifully with West Coast hop flavor in this sweet and tart ale. This beer was one of our most popular offerings last year, and we’re excited to re-release it as a light and beguiling alternative to classic winter beers. Notes of blueberry, guava, grapefruit, and lemongrass are offset by a juicy acidity, medium body, and a moderate sweetness from caramel malt.Stats:
7% ABV 22 IBU
Malts: Two Row, German Acidulated and Vienna Malts, Crystal 20L
Hops: Amarillo, Equinox, Simcoe, Citra

Suggested Food Pairings:
Panna cotta with pre- served fruits and coconut; Pork belly and watercress salad; Duck chawan mushi; Carolina-style pulled pork; New Orleans- style BBQ prawns; Blackened catfish with grits

50L and 1/2 bbl Draft; 12/22 oz Bottle

Breakside Brewery representatives are in Seattle this week with pFriem Family Brewers on Wednesday and a La Tormenta release party on Thursday:
Wednesday October 28th @ Olaf’s with pFriem Family Brewers
Breakside is pouring  Wanderlust IPA and Matcha Sweet Stout. pFriem Family Brewers will feature their GABF medal winning Pilsner and tart barrel-aged Flanders Red. 
Seattle La Tormenta Release Party & Tap Takeover
Thursday October 29th 5-8pm @ Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District
Taplist:   La Tormenta, Passion Fruit Sour, Breakside IPA, Wanderlust IPA, Lunchbreak ISA, Pilsner, Toro Red Ale, and Aquavit Barrel Aged Saison a Fleur
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