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Hellshire Day & Barrel-Aged Beer Fest Taplist Update
Posted Thursday, February 6th, 2014 by Tip Top

OakshireEUGENE, OR – Oakshire Brewing will release Hellshire IV, the brewery’s fourth barrel-aged beer under the Hellshire label, on Saturday, February 15th.  To celebrate this release and the craft of barrel-aging, Oakshire will host Hellshire Day & Barrel-Aged Beer Fest at its Public House, on Madison Street in Eugene. The beer festival will include offerings from Oakshire’s barrel-aging cellar, as well as dozens of barrel-aged beers from breweries around the country.

An update to the festival taplist is below.

Confirmed and shipped:

  • Breakside- Barrel-Aged Blended Ale (Final Details coming)
  • Gigantic- Mervyn’s 24 Hour Sale (Imperial CDA aged in bourbon barrels)
  • Hop Valley- Oak-aged Barleywine
  • Widmer- Triple Threat (Imperial Stout aged in Pinot, Bourbon and American Oak barrels)
  • 10 Barrel- El Capitan (Imperial Pumpkin ales aged in Jamaican Rum barrels)
  • Logsdon- Cerasus (Flanders Style Red ale w/ tart cherries)
  • Hopworks- Army of Darkness (Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout)
  • Double Mountain-Aging Experiment #16 (Oak-aged Sour Strong Ale)
  • Crux- Bandished Double Cross (Pinot Barrel-aged Belgian Dark Strong)
  • Cascade – Barrel-Aged Diesel- Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout w/ Vanilla Beans
  • Cascade – Tawny Port- Rum barrel aged NW spiced red ale
  • The Commons- Gin Enkel- Belgian Table Beer aged in Old Tom Gin Barrels w/ apricots
  • Upright Brewing- Undercurrent (Strong Amber Saison aged in Whiskey and Wine w/ Brett)
  • Mazama- Port Barrel-Aged Grand Cru
  • Ft. George- North the VII (Bourbon Barrel-aged Belgian-Inspired IPA)
  • McMenamin’s High Street- Barrel-Aged Barleywine
  • De Garde- Double American Black Ale aged in Gin Barrels
  • 2 Towns- Bourbon Barrel Bad Apple Cider
  • Nectar Creek- Imperial Bourbon Barrel Wildflower Mead
  • Anchorage Brewing- Arctic Soiree
  • The Lost Abbey- Spontaneous Cheer (Spontaneous fermented Wild Ale w/ White Peaches)
  • The Lost Abbey- Angel’s Share Grand Cru (Blended Barrel-aged Strong Ale)
  • Pizza Port Carlsbad- Bourbon Barrel-Aged Night Rider(Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout)
  • 5050- Barrel-Aged Eclipse Stout (Special Keg from Brewmaster Todd Ashman)
  • Stone- Red Wine Barrel-Aged Cali Belgique IPA
  • Firestone Walker- Sucaba- Barrel-Aged Barleywine
  • The Bruery- Mélange #3- (Blend of 3 Bourbon Barrel-Aged Strong ales including White Oak Sap, Anniversary Series Old Ale, and Black Tuesday)
  • Two Brothers Brewing-Midwestern Death Metal- Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout w/ Espresso and Vanilla Beans
  • Haymarket Brewing- Clare’s Thirsty Ale (Raspberry Imperial Stout aged in Woodford Reserve Barrels)
  • Three Floyds Bourbon Barrel-Aged Behemoth Barleywine
  • Half Acre- Barrel-Aged Chub Step Porter (Aged in “Triple Smoke” Whiskey Barrels from Corsair Artisan Distillery)
  • Goose Island- Bourbon County Brand Barleywine
  • Off Color brewing- Dwandle (Scurry((Dark Honey Ale) aged in second use BCBS barrels)
  • Revolution Brewing- Horizontal Tango (Bourbon Barrel-Aged Dubbel)
  • Pipeworks Brewing- Barrel-Aged Toasty Nut Abduction (Barrel-Aged Abduction Imperial Stout w/ cocoa nibs, vanilla bean, toasted coconut and almond)
  • New Holland Brewing- Dragons Milk( Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout)
  • Crooked Stave- Batch #60 (American Wild Ale Dry-Hopped w/ Citra and Amarillo)
  • Cigar City Brewing- Kalevioeg at the Gates of Hell (Bourbon Barrel-Aged Baltic Porter)

Confirmed and to be shipped:

  • Deschutes
  • Surly-
  • Cambridge Brewing
  • Trinity-
  • Perennial Artisan Ales
  • Boneyard-
  • Ninkasi
  • Block 15-
  • Elliot Bay Brewing-

About Oakshire Brewing: Craftsmanship Defined

Oakshire Brewing of Eugene, OR, was founded in October 2006 with the goals of brewing the highest quality craft beer while providing exceptional customer service. Oakshire has become regionally and nationally recognized for consistently brewing fresh, unique and delicious beers in Oregon’s lower Willamette Valley. The name Oakshire represents our core values: Strength, like the enduring oak; Independence, which fuels our innovation; and Community, remembering our place within the whole. The Oakshire Brewery is located at 1055 Madera Street and Oakshire’s Public House is located at 207 Madison Street, both in Eugene, OR.

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