Cascade - Kentucky Peach 2016, Apricot 2016, Kriek 2016, Noyaux 2015, Manhattan NW 2015, Crazy Navel 2016 & Tangerine Dream 2015

22 February 2017

imageToday we get to see more new packaging coming from Cascade Brewing
in Portland, ORKentucky Peach 2016 Bourbon and wine barrel-aged sour wheat & quad blend with peaches hits 9%-AbV and Tangerine Dream 2016 is a blonde & quad blend aged in Bourbon and wine barrels for 18-months with tangerine zest hits 11%-AbV.  These are both 750ml bottles.   We also have Apricot 2016 (9%-AbV), Manhattan NW 2015 (9.8%-AbV), Figaro 2015 (9%-AbV), Noyaux 2015 (8.3%-AbV), Crazy Navel 2016 (6.8%-AbV), Framblanc (9%-AbV) & Kriek 2016 (9%-AbV).
This update from Cascade:

We will release our Kriek 2016 project in bottle and draft at both pubs and through distribution next Tuesday, May 2. Kriek is a blend of sour red ales aged in oak wine barrels for up to 17 months with Bing and sour pie cherries. As one of our earliest and most recognized beers, Kriek has been a staple in our portfolio of Northwest sour ales and continues to be a flagship project that represents the soul of our craft. Kriek 2016 features complex flavors of cherries, roast malts, oak and spice (7.4% ABV). imageimageimageimage

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