pFriem Announces 2020 Packaged Beer Calendar and Bottle Club

pFriem Gavin Lord

Hood River, Oregon’s pFriem Family Brewers is coming off another great year and revealing their 2020 packaged beer schedule and a new reserve club. pFriem will continue releasing a huge assortment of seasonal, year-round and limited releases in bottles and cans in 2020. For this late winter season alone they have bottled Citrus Zest IPA, Mosaic Pale, and Vienna Lager.

pFriemsters Union Local 541

Membership based beer clubs that go direct-to-consumer are very hot right now, pFriem’s is going to be called the pFriemsters Union 541. Membership to the pFriemsters Union will cost $115-$130 for every three-month period and can be canceled at any time. Benefits to the club include:

  • Quarterly allocations of six unique pairs of rare beers
  • 10% off all in house to-go bottles and online bottle purchases
  • Members only gifts
  • Union-specific events plus priority access to other pFriem events
  • Specialty merchandise and more…

Beers will be available for pick-up at the brewery in Hood River or can be shipped to you in Oregon-only for an additional charge. Sign-up at

pFriem IPA and Pilsner will continue to be made year-round and packaged in 12oz cans and 500ml bottles. Hazy IPA is also available year-round in 500ml bottles. Many of the classic and select seasonals and Belgian-style releases are also still in the lineup ie Mosaic Pale, Belgian Strong Dark, Super Saison etc.

A couple of the interesting new packaged releases we see on calendar include mysterious beers like Las Piñas, another called La Baie Sauvage and an Alesong Brewing & Blending collaboration, both in the barrel-aged collection. An Oatmeal Cookie Ale will also be bottled for the first time.

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