Free access to more than 40 online educational seminars will be held daily over April 13-May 15, 2020 The non-profit industry trade group the Brewers Association is bringing the 2020 Craft Brewers Conference online for a series of web seminars.
Portland’s StormBreaker Brewing has introduced 16oz cans of their Cloudripper IPA, Harmonica Solo Hazy IPA and Winter Coat 2020. Cans have already hit the marketplace but Stormbreaker will be hosting a release party on Thursday, November 7th at 5pm at their original location on N. Mississippi Avenue.
Stormbreaker will have very limited Winter Coat Can Flans (koozies) made by Buzzard Outdoor at the pub. The first 50 people to buy a 4-pack of Winter Coat will get a free Can Flan.
Cloud Ripper IPA -ABV: 6.4% IBU: 78
Brewed with 7 hop varietals: Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Citra, Galaxy, Nugget, and Summer. The Citra, Galaxy, and Amarillo dry hop gives it an immense citrus aroma and at 78 IBUsit has a big hoppy bite up front, but finishes as refreshing and clean as the calm after the storm.
Harmonica Solo Hazy IPA – ABV 6.5% IBU 70
A Hazy IPA with some swagger. Starting in the key of C, there are some repeating triple licks of Citra, Mosaic, and Strata that blend together into a smooth elegance. It is as if Sonny Boy Williamson himself collaborated with our hop back.
Winter Coat 2020 – ABV 7.5% IBU 35
Winters change and so do the coats. This one offers the same great taste with added features including raspberry. It has the same great insulation of Chocolate Malt and Special B, and as always, stuffed with Fuggle and Sterling hops. 100% delicious malt lining.
Stormbreaker Brewing – 832 N. Beech St. Portland, OR 97227 (971) 703-4516
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