Hair of the Dog Maja, a collaboration with Stockholm, Sweden’s Omnipollo, debuts today.
The base beer is a 10% alcohol by volume barleywine, with nuances of vanilla, maple and bourbon. The beer went into the barrel with vanilla beans in February of 2016. 100% bottle conditioned.
This beer is pale in color and has the aromas of peaches and pleasant memories of the past. In the mouth, pineapple mixes with marshmallow, ample and whimsy. Produced with the help and guidance of our good friends at Omnipollo to provide a truly unique drinking experience.
Hair of the Dog Maja is a 12 ounce bottle release, available the brewery in Portland, Oregon starting today.
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Hair of the Dog Cherry Adam has returned to the Portland, Oregon based taproom this week. This weekend, you can buy bottles to go once again.
Hair of the Dog Cherry Adam is the brewery’s Adam, an old ale, aged with Oregon black cherries. The beer is subsequently aged in both bourbon and sherry casks.
The fruit lends a sweet tartness to the finish, melding with the wood and adding a new dimension of complexity.
Hair of the Dog Cherry Adam is a limited draft and 12 ounce bottle offering.
Hair of the Dog Doggie Claws 2015 is already on tap the brewery in Portland, Oregon. Bottles will be available on Saturday.
Hair of the Dog Doggie Claws is a barleywine, and one of the brewery’s most popular. Brewed in September and October, and released in November, annually.
The brewery suggests cellaring this offering.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Seasonal release.
Return: 11/21/15 (Bottles)
11.5% ABV, 70 IBUs
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Hair of the Dog Putin, a Russian imperial stout, goes on sale on October 31st, at 10:30 AM. The beer is already on tap the pub in Portland, Oregon.
Hair of the Dog Putin is a collaboration with Brouwerij de Molen, aged in bourbon barrels. Available in 12 ounce bottles, as well as 1 liter bottles.
Hair of the Dog Otto From the Wood
Hair of the Dog’s “Dave” went in sale at the brewery in Portland, Oregon today.
You might say, who cares. Well, your wallet might. A bottle of it will run you around $2000 dollars.
The 29% Barleywine was made in 1994, by the freezing technique that you see used in eisbocks. By freezing off the water, the remaining liquid is higher in abv.
Obviously, over multiple freezes you are losing sellable volume. Making what is left behind even more valuable.
Today, the rarity went on sale for a hefty price tag. Apparently there is a $500 discount if you drink it on site.
P.S.- that’s for 12 ounces.
Hair of the Dog (Portland, OR) is ready for a new round of releases. Matt and Otto will drop on October 11, 2013 at 10 pm.
Matt – Brewed to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Bottleworks. Brewed with two Munich malts, two Smoked malts and two types of Belgian candy sugar. It is aged in Kentucky Bourbon and Apple Eau de Vie barrels from Clear Creek distilling. 12.5%
Otto – Barleywine, 12% ABV.
Bottles are $15. Cases are $300.