First Bottled Beers and Other Beer Releases from Beardslee Public House
February 3, 2016 - 12:39 PM- by Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog -
Beardslee Public House, the upscale brewpub in Bothell from Chef John Howie, is about to release its first bottled beer. Also, they have some other beer release news to share.
First up, the bottle release news. On Monday, February 29 the brewery will release two bottled beers: Timber Beast Triple IPA and Old Growth Barley Wine. Both are packaged in 22-ounce bottles. Only 20 cases of each will be produced. Limit two bottles per person per day.
Here's the other beer release news from Beardslee Public House:
Grapple Belgian Tripel ~ A modern twist on a classic beer style, this tripel experiments with the subtle use of equinox and saphir hops. The nose is fruity with Belgian yeast aroma. On the palate are flavors of ripe cantaloupe and blood orange. Golden hued with brilliant clarity, mild malt character and low hop bitterness this sweet nectar conceals its 9.0% alc./vol. IBU 19.
Timber Beast Triple IPA ~ A beast of an Imperial IPA with lingering bitterness and abundant hop aroma that takes your palate over the edge of hop sensibility, yet throws you a lifeline and brings you back for a much desired next sip. Featuring Equinox Hops. Over 90 IBU’s and 10.6% alc./ vol. Releases on draft 2/5. Bottles on 2/29
Cask Sidewinder Chocolate Stout ~ Special Valentine’s weekend release: Beardslee will release 2 kegs of its Sidewinder Stout that has been infused with over a pound of French Valrhona coco nibs. Available 2/12 thru Valentines night. Pints only, no growlers.
Old Growth Barley Wine ~ An American style barley wine, this luscious sipper melts in your mouth. Fruit forward with hints of toffee and water cracker, this complex ale is the perfect accompaniment to a cheese platter or dessert. 75 IBU’s and 9.4% alc./vol. Releases on 2/29 on both draft and in bottles.