FAMILY BREWERS

Dark Nights are here…

Posted on Oct 03, 2012

Yep, it’s that time of year again when our town gets a bit quieter, the air a little crisper, and the leaves begin their descent towards Fall.  The days are getting shorter and the dark nights are encroaching upon us.  For some of us living in the Northwest, we can dread this change of season.  Who doesn’t love dining to a glorious 9pm sunset, or gardening til 10pm?  In the summer time,  Gorge residents along with our visitors can really benefit from the extra long hours of day light that summer brings; an after work epic kiting session, a strenuous mountain bike ride up Post, a beautiful road ride to Mosier, or just a simple evening of playing at the park with your children.

However, as the dark nights arrive we are welcomed by the coziness that Fall brings to the Gorge.  The apples and pears replace the tomatoes and peppers at the Farmer’s Market, warm fleeces are pulled on in the late afternoon, and the kids return to school.  Now welcome pFriem Belgian Stout.  If you haven’t had a chance to try it, we have to say….it’s the perfect way to say hello to a chilly Fall night!

pFriem Belgian Stout

 

Dark as midnight with a thick tan of aromatics of coffee and cardamom, our Belgian Stout demands an audience with your tongue.   
Its complexity of bold flavors of cocoa and cinnamon are only upstaged by its sheer ease of drinkability—a rarity with more common stouts

 

 

We hope you’ll join us in welcoming Fall with our Belgian Stout perfectly paired with our Mt. Shadow Steak & Frites, but also brave enough to stand alone. Be warned…it goes down oh so smooth, but it packs a punch at 11% ABV and 40 IBU’s! Enjoy one at the brewery or fill up your pFriem mini-growler to go….either way you won’t be disappointed!

~Mt Shadow Steak & Frites ~
Grilled flat iron, frites, sautéed garlic spinach, mustard demi
Picture by Gorge in the Gorge

                        

 

 


 

 

 

 

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