We know you've got your favorite Thanksgiving classics that make an appearance every Turkey Day. Why not spice things up a bit and make some new classics while cooking with beer this Holiday Season. Before heading out to the grocery store this weekend, take a look at these recipes!
It was about that time to hit the road once more and since we've spent ample time on the west coast lately, we decided to hit up the midwest for some tasty BBQ and fabulous hospitality in the "Paris of the Plains" also known as Kansas City!
After a week of hanging out with craft beer fans at pubs, restaurants, bars, liquor stores, and bottle shops, "The Kids," Mirror Pond Pale Ale and Black Butte Porter, decided to play the tourist card and hit up some local landmarks around town.
Ah, the IPA!
Hop forward, hop backward, hop side to side. White IPAs, Black IPAs, Red IPAs, Brown IPAs, Rye IPAs, Belgian IPAs, Session IPAs, Double IPAs, Triple IPAs, Experimental IPAs, Imperial IPAs, 90 Minute IPAs & 120 Minute IPAs (shout out to Dogfish Head for those last two).
Let’s talk IPA aroma and taste…
Do you like citrus?
How about orange, grapefruit, mandarin, tangerine, pineapple, lemon and lime?
Or, are you way more down to “earth?”
How about woody, cedar, grassy, sandalwood, piney, fresh, wet, rose, catty, herbal and spicy?
We are ecstatic to be in Wisconsin this week to spend time with our fans who have asked the question over and over again..."when will Deschutes beer be in Wisconsin?" Well, we're finally here to stay!
Land of the free and home of the red, white, and brew. Whether you’re floating the river, barbecuing, or simply spending some quality time with friends and family, there’s nothing better than cracking open a craft beer and taking it all in. Are you hosting a BBQ or attending a pot luck to celebrate Independence Day? How about COOKING WITH BEER?? We've got a few different pairing options perfect for any backyard chef or indoor baker.
Lately we've been spending a lot of time in the midwest hanging out with some amazing craft beer fans. We decided to surprise "The Kids," Mirror Pond Pale Ale and Black Butte Porter, by taking them to the gold coast for a week in sunny, San Diego!
Since the Kentucky Derby was yesterday, it just seemed fitting to post our latest blog highlighting our recent trip out to Kentucky! "The Kids," Mirror Pond Pale Ale and Black Butte Porter, had never been to this part of the country before, so when Deschutes Brewery announced that they'd be expanding into the "Bluegrass State", we were all on board.
We're cruise next to Flying Saucer from 6-7pm, then to Haymaker from 7:30-8:30pm and lastly to Draught House from 9-10pm.