After a long hiatus, The Commons Brewery Flemish Kiss is available once again.
This release is the first bottled batch from the Portland, Oregon based brewery’s 60 barrel foudre, aged a full 10 months. The base beer is fermented with an ale yeast, before being introduced to the wild yeast, Brettanomyces Bruxellensis.
The result is a floral, earthy pale ale with notes of cherry and a light acidity.
The Commons Brewery Flemish Kiss took home a silver medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Festival. Bottles go on sale the brewery on Friday, November 4th, at 12 noon.
Style: American Wild Ale
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Latest Return: 11/4/16
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The Commons Brewery Clarabelle will be available in bottles on March 12th, 2016.
This beer started off as Maybelle, the brewery’s barrel-aged farmhouse ale. Why stop there, right? Clarabelle is Maybelle, that has been fermented with Brettanomyces with Oregon peaches.
Clarabelle started off as Maybelle, our barrel aged farmhouse ale. It was then aged in gin barrels from Ransom Spirits before finishing in a stainless steel tank with a blend of Brettanomyces and 500 pounds of Oregon grown peaches from Baird Family Orchards.
The Commons Brewery Clarabelle will be available in 11.2 ounce bottles for a limited time.
Perennial Meriwether, a saison brewed in collaboration with The Commons Brewery.
Portland, OR – The Commons Brewery will be releasing it’s first bottles at their brand new tasting room and brewery in Southeast Portland. Maybelle, farmhouse ale aged in white wine barrels with Brettanomyces, will be released as part of the Beetje Series on Saturday, April 11th, 12:00pm.
Brewed in August 2013 and initially fermented with our house farmhouse ale strain, Maybelle then spent 14 months in Adelsheim Vineyard white wine barrels with Brewing Science Institute Brettanomyces Bruxellensis variant Drei. The resulting beer is dry, with a soft acidity and complex brettanomyces aromatics. The flavors in this beer will continue to develop with cellar time.
Maybelle will be available in 750ml capped bottles for $10 per bottle and will be available on draft in limited quantities the weekend of the release. The beautiful label art was once again created by Adam Burke, brother of Head Brewer Sean Burke. More information about Adam Burke’s art can be found at: http://www.nightjarillustration.com.
The Beetje Series is a celebration of The Commons Brewery’s nano roots. First brewed in 2010 on a one-barrel system in Mike Wright’s garage, these small batch beers pay homage to the rustic brewery that continues to inspire us.
The Common Brewery (Portland, OR) has bottled a popular draft offering, Boysen.
The base beer is a strong farmhouse ale, brewed with boysenberries added to the fermenter.
Full bodied, with notes of bittersweet chocolate, dark fruit and berry jam, Boysen is best shared with friends and family.
The Commons Brewery Boysen just became available in 750ml bottles in the tap room in Portland, OR.
The Commons Brewery (Portland, OR) has just re-released Brotherly Love, their first bottle conditioned beer, again. Brotherly Love is Belgian strong ale, barrel aged, with cherries and cocoa nibs.
A variation of our Little Brother Belgian dark strong ale, Brotherly Love is matured in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels with red tart cherries and roasted Peruvian cocoa nibs. Take your time with this rich, decadent beer — and share it with friends.
Brotherly Love is a part of the brewery’s Beetje Series is a celebration of The Commons Brewery’s nano roots. First brewed in 2010 on a one-barrel system housed in a garage, these small-batch beers pay homage to the rustic brewery started it all.
The Commons Brewery Brotherly Love is available in 750ml bottles.
Portland, OR – The Commons Brewery releases Crème de Pêche, a cream ale aged in gin barrels with fresh peaches and Brettanomyces today.
Crème de Pêche was brewed in December, 2013 and added to gin barrels in January, 2014. Commons added peaches directly to the barrel to give the final beer a bright, juicy flavor.
Flaked corn provides a creamy body that compliments the dryness and floral characteristics from Brettanomyces Bruxellensis. Crème de Pêche can be consumed now to enjoy the fresh peach qualities or cellared to further develop its Brettanomyces profile.
The Commons Brewery Crème de Pêche is a part of the brewery’s Beetje Series. Available starting December 27th in 750ml capped bottles for $15 per bottle.
Style: American Wild Ale (w/ Peaches. Barrel Aged. Gin.)
Availability: 750ml Bottles