Breakside Announces B-Sides Release #2 with Six New Bottles 12/17

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Portland & Milwaukie, OR 12/6/2016 -

Breakside Brewery will be releasing SIX new beers in bottles this Saturday, December 10th at their Milwaukie Tasting Room & Production Brewery. Three of these beers make up part two in the breweries new B-Sides series of blended vintage barrel-aged sour and wild beers, many 3+ years in the making. In addition to three new B-Sides, the brewery will also be releasing "Consummation" a sour pinot barrel-aged beer in 750ml bottles for $15 each, "Fourth Wave" a coffee beer aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels for $12 a 22oz bottle and finaly "Mid Centruy Modern" an Abbey-style Dark Ale in 750ml bottles for $11.

Unlike the last B-Sides release, the brewery will not be doing this as a ticketed party, but rather we will be releasing the beers during regular hours. The B-Sides that we are releasing this time around are bottle-only, so we Breakside will be offering complimentary samples of the bottled beers for anyone who wants to taste before buying.

Just like the last round of B-Sides, these are all blended barrel-aged sour and wild beers, and some of these are beers that we've been working on for 3+ years. Those bottles will all debut on Saturday and will sell $15/750 ml.

The full specialty draft and bottle list for the party is listed below and the facebook event page is here:


B-Sides Release #2     12/10/16
Doors at 12 PM; bottle sale begins during normal Taproom hours.
Open to the Public. No advance ticket sales. All beers sold first come, first served.

Breakside Milwaukie Taproom & Brewery, 5821 SE International Way, Milwaukie, OR 97222

New B-Sides Releases (bottles only-- available for sampling and sale) -$15 each.

Terra Incognita
Blend of IPAs aged in Old Tom Gin Barrels with Brett, aged hops, and apricots
Oldest Beer in Blend: 20 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 6 months
Acidity: Medium
Brettanomyces/Funk: Medium
Barrel Character: High
ABV: 8%

Blend of sour wheat beers aged on raspberries then partially aged in French oak with Brettanomyces
Oldest Beer in Blend: 40 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 22 months
Acidity: High
Brettanomyces/Funk: Medium
Barrel Character: Low
Fruit: Oregon Raspberries
ABV: 7.5%

Camera Obscura
A complex blend of dark, oak-aged beers with a touch of Guatemalan coffee. Notes of red berry fruit, java, licorice, Bourbon and currant
Oldest Beer in Blend:  48 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 21 months
Acidity: High
Brettanomyces/Funk: High
Barrel Character: Medium
ABV: 8.7%

Also Debuting (available on draft and in package)

Consummation (750 ml) - $15 
Sour farmhouse ale aged in Pinot Noir barrels with Brettanomyces lambicus. Brewed to celebrate the wedding of our brewer Will Jaquiss
Oldest Beer in Blend:  12 months
Youngest Beer in Blend: 12 months
Acidity: Medium
Brettanomyces/Funk: High
Barrel Character: Medium
ABV: 6.2%

Fourth Wave (22 oz) - $12
Fourth Wave is the barrel-aged version of Vienna Coffee Beer. It spent 11 months in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels and uses a different coffee than the non barrel-aged version. After tasting several options, we selected a Costa Rican coffee called Montes de Oro, which has a lot of the same nutty flavors as Nano Challa, but it is richer and has a really beautiful chocolate overtone.

Mid Century Modern (750 ml) - $11
Abbey Dark Ale

Other Library Bottles Available (for sampling and sale)

Bon Vivant ($12)
Bricolage ($15)
5 x B-Sides Round 1 (all $15)
  -Carte Blanche
  -Annus Mirabilis
  -The Man Who Made Dessert

Specialty Tap List
Fourth Wave
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec
French Quarter (Brandy Barrel-Aged Rye Wine)
Gin Barrel-Aged Wisco
Pinot Noir Barrel-Aged Imperial Belgian Black

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