The brand new Logsdon Barrel House & Taproom in Hood River, Oregon hosts the release party for Logsdon Farmhouse Ales’ Monikken Kruin —Belgian Style Quadrupel Ale and the much anticipated seasonal release of Peche ‘n Brett on Saturday, November 14th. The new taproom aims to be a new beer destination in downtown Hood River, part of the beautiful Columbia Gorge.
Logsdon’s new Barrel House & Taproom will be pouring Monikken Kruin & Peche ‘n Brett on draft and will have Peche ‘n Brett bottles for sale (6 bottle limit per customer, while supplies last). There will also be light food and more Logsdon ales pouring on draft.
Monikken Kruin – Quadrupel Ale
10.5% ABV – Our Monikken Kruin Quadruple is a malt heavy beer brewed in the Trappist tradition with our signature Northwest farmhouse twist. This 2015 holiday cheer is made using Northwest organic pilsner and crystal malts and whole groat oats. Monikken Kruin is dry for the style, yet rich with caramel maltiness and balanced with a generous addition of Northwest hop varieties. Translated as the ‘The Monks Tonsure’, or Monk’s bald head, this beer pays homage to the biggest and best of the Abbey spirit from our farm to you; Cheers and Happy Holidays!
Peche ‘n Brett
10% ABV – GOLD at the World Beer Cup, 2012 & SILVER at GABF, 2014
Peche ‘n Brett, our beloved oak aged peach beer, is made by adding local Oregon peaches to our Seizoen Bretta in both the brewing and re-fermentation process. One and a half pound of peaches are added to each gallon of Bretta to produce a secondary fermentation resulting in complex oak-derived fruity esters and dryness. Final re-fermentation with pear juice provides natural carbonation with added aromas and flavors captured in the bottle.
Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales are brewed on the Logsdon family farm in Hood River, Oregon. Our award winning organic beers are crafted in the Belgian tradition utilizing practices that have been in place for centuries. Our beer is brewed with the utmost care and respect for our valley of plenty, utilizing organic local malts, whole-cone hops and farm fresh fruit of the Northwest. The farm itself is no longer open to the public, but now you can enjoy a much larger selection of Logsdon beers on tap at our Barrel House & Taproom in the heart of downtown Hood River!
On SAT, November 14th from 4pm to 8pm,
Logsdon Barrel House & Taproom, 101 4th Street (between Cascade & Oak), Hood River, OR