Baerlic Brewing releases a Chill Helles Lager

Portland, Oregon’s Baerlic Brewing is welcoming longer and warmer summer days with their seasonal release of Chill Helles Lager. Baerlic is offering to-go sales from two locations: their southeast Portland brewpub and their northeast Portland taproom at the Barley Pod. And they are also doing presales with deliveries and pickup beginning Tuesday, May 19th. Order Chill for Presale HERE.

“For Chill, we have taken everything we’ve learned over the last six years of brewing lagers and used it to make the most delicate, the most refreshing and the most relaxing beer we could! This is the kind of beer that we slug down after a hard day in the brewery, so know that it has been very road-tested for extreme drinkability! The result is a beer that takes the edge off just enough to kick back and chill in every way possible.” – Ben Parsons.

ABOUT THE BEER:

Chill Helles Lager has a delicate balance of rich malt flavor and spicy and floral hops, this beer is as cold as ICE and built for chillin! Fermented and condition’d slow and low for maximum crispness. 4.5% ABV.

WIN a custom Chill Cornhole set!

In light of the fact that Baerlic can’t hold their annual Chill Cornhole League this year, they are randomly giving away custom Baerlic Cornhole sets. Winners will be chosen on Tuesday, May 19th randomly selected from those who placed pre-orders. Limit (1) One Entry per person 21 years of age or older.

Order Chill for Presale HERE.

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