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✏️We have extended our school supply drive with @beerkulture one more week! 📚Drop off new unopened school supplies at the Barrel House this week and get $5 off your first beer.🍻You can also donate online: https://schoolhousesupplies.org/donate
🥰 Treat yourself to an amazing beer this weekend. You deserve it!🍻 ✨Cocoa Cardamom is a blend of sour blond ales aged in oak wine barrels and foudres for up to two years followed by late infusions of Dutch cocoa powder, cardamom seeds and fresh orange zest.🍊
The Barrel House has put together a food and beer pairing that is sure to rock your taste buds! Tropical Grasslands + Rockfish Ceviche=🤤 🍺 Tropical Grasslands, a gose-style ale aged in oak barrels for up to 10 months before infusing with fresh orange zest, fresh lemongrass, ground coriander and Oregon coast sea salt. 🐟 Rockfish ceviche with cilantro, onion, cherry tomato, fresno chili, jalapeño, and tostadas.
PAWS what you039;re doing and come get a beer with your best friend! 🐾🍻
🍑Kentucky Peach 2020 in now on draft! 💫 Kentucky Peach is a blend of sour quad and blond ales aged in bourbon and wine barrels for up to two years with fresh, Northwest-grown peaches and whole Madagascar vanilla beans. This limited project offers flavors of ripe peaches, vanilla and bourbon with hints of oak and a light malt sweetness.
Mask Update😷: The new statewide mask mandate starts today. The Barrel House will require all guests and staff to wear a face mask while indoors and not actively eating or drinking. Thank you for your cooperation and patience!❤️
The Barrel House is open at 4 today. We aren039;t sure which will be working the hardest, the AC or the slushie machine! 🥶☀️🕶
Oregon is the United States’ largest producer of boysenberries, and while the parentage of this little mystery fruit is still unknown, it is believed to be a cross between a blackberry, raspberry, and a loganberry. This Boysenberry blend features sour blond and triple ales aged in oak wine barrels for up to two years with additions of fresh, Oregon-grown boysenberries and blackberries, offering intense flavors of fresh bramble fruit with hints of black currant, pomegranate, and mint.
We fruited approximately 5,300 pounds of fresh apricots last week. By hand. Our production team rocks! 🤘
It’s Beer Swag Sunday. Make sure to snag one of the stylish new pocket t-shirts before we sell out! Available online and at The Barrel House. 👕🔥
Today we bid farewell to Kirsten, our Director of Visual Arts. Kirsten039;s talents in design and photography have had an indelible impact on the Cascade brand. Her creation of our 12oz and 250ml can labels as well as the remarkable evolution of our 500ml bottle labels has completely transformed the visual presentation of our products, offering an authentic artistic expression not only inside the bottle or can, but on the outside as well. Kirsten039;s unique use of pattern, color, illustration and hand drawn scripts as a means to offer a distinct visual interpretation of each unique beer have provided an extremely diverse yet instantly recognizable style that we are so grateful to have had represent the Cascade name. From her work on beer/food photography to social media content, event posters, merchandise and labels, Kirsten has been one of the most significant contributors to the Cascade identity in the 23 year history of the company. We want to thank Kirsten for all her hard work and dedication to Cascade Brewing and wish her all the best in the next chapter of her career. Cheers Kirsten!
💫 We039;ve got your Friday plans covered! Stop by the Barrel House tomorrow for the very first release of Boysenberry. 🥂 Boysenberry features a blend of sour blond and triple ales aged in oak wine barrels for up to two years with additions of fresh, Oregon-grown boysenberries and blackberries, offering intense flavors of fresh bramble fruit with hints of black currant, pomegranate, and mint. Oregon is the United States’ largest producer of boysenberries, and while the parentage of this little mystery fruit is still unknown, it is believed to be a cross between a blackberry, raspberry, and a loganberry.