Bend Brewing Company has released two popular seasonals in new 16oz cans with Devil’s Cabbage Dank IPA and Razztafari Sour Ale. The Bend, Oregon-based brewery is distributing them to the Portland-area through Running Man Distribution and selling to-go from curbside pickup at their brewpub.
More from a press release:
BBC’s latest High Desert Hop Series release is the return of fan favorite Devil’s Cabbage Dank IPA to 16 oz cans. Devil’s Cabbage weighs in at 7% ABV with a honey colored appearance and features loads of Columbus, Simcoe, Mosaic and Amarillo hops to create an intensely dank hop flavor and aroma on top of a simple malt bill of 2-row, Carafoam and Caramalt.
Also returning to 16 oz cans is Razztafari Sour Ale. Razztafari combines an award winning Berliner-weisse base beer with Oregon raspberry puree and lemon zest to create a tart, refreshing sour ale reminiscent of raspberry lemonade.
Devil’s Cabbage Dank IPA and Razztafari Sour Ale will both be available for curbside pickup today at the downtown Bend brewpub and will hit distribution through Bigfoot Beverages and Running Man Distribution next week.
Bend Brewing Company is also featuring 32 oz Crowlers To Go of select draft beers at our brewpub, located at 1019 NW Brooks Street in downtown Bend. Follow our instagram page @bendbrewingco for current availability.
Bend Brewing Company is open Monday-Thursday 4-8 PM and Friday-Sunday 11:30 AM-8 PM for curbside beer and food pickup.
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