Come one, come all, from Friday June 7th to Sunday June 9th, the Weird Beer Bonanza rolls into Portland and takes over Imperial Bottle Shop on Alberta Street! You will be amused by the mysterious, speculate the strange, ponder the peculiar, be astonished by the abnormal, fawn over the freakish, and most importantly… drink some weird-ass beer!!! As part of your Portland Beer Week, be a little daring and try some brews that strayed from the beaten path to scintillate your taste buds with the weirdest of ingredients and brewing methods.
The Weird Beer Bonanza commemorative drinking jar costs a mere $5 (or bring last year’s jar). Drink tickets are $2.00 each or 10 for $15! All weird beers will also be available via our standard pricing for pours and sampler trays.
Tap list tentatively includes:
• Block 15 Brewing “Snozzberry” Sour/Wild Ale matured in French oak barrels with freshly pick snozzberries for five hundred days, three hours, and 15 seconds. Snozzberries? Who’s ever heard of a snozzberry? Snozzberries taste like snozzberries!
• Coalition Brewing “Dill Dose” Dill Pickle Sour Ale
• Culmination Brewing Burrito Lager
• Gigantic Brewing Co. “Discombobulated” ale fermented with citrusy Kviek Norweigan farmhouse yeast and conditioned on Woodblock Chocolate cacao nibs
• Ecliptic Brewing “Jovian’s Delight” Black Saison with Cold Brew and Plums
• Everybody's Brewing Morel Mushroom Brown Ale
• Modern Times “Bobcat Danger Scenario” Berliner-Weisse (sour wheat ale) with Red Raspberry, Blackberry, Rhubarb, Coconut, and Vanilla
• Montavilla Brew Works “Old Montavillan” Strong Ale aged on sacred and mystical Palo Santo wood
• Oregon City Brewing “Extremely Creamy & Dreamy” imperial pale stout with cacao, cinnamon, coffee, and vanilla, and aged in whiskey barrels
• Pono Brewing “Aw Shucks” Imperial Pils with oyster shells, fennel, fennel pollen, star anise, and 3 kinds of citrus peel
• Rev Nat’s TBA
• Two Towns Ciderhouse Funky Peche
• West Coast Grocer Milk Shake IPA with key lime, cherry and nutmeg
$5 fr glass. $2.00/drink ticket, or 10 for $15