Upcoming Fremont releases

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by distantmantra, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Fremont sent out an email newsletter today. I can't remember the last time they did that.

    Anyway, here's their release schedule for the next few months:
    • 77 Spring Select Session IPA- Feb. 1
    • Tart Cerise - soon…very soon.
    • Brouwer's/Bottleworks/Burgundian House IPA - Feb.1
    • Pine Box 1st Anniversary Beer - March
    • Big Deal Mystery Beer #1- can't say yet, but it's big. Big, big.
    I wonder if the B/B/B House IPA will be a rebranded Publican IPA. That was awesome last year.
     
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  2. jpbebeau

    jpbebeau Sep 11, 2011 Washington
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    How am I not on this newsletter list?!
     
  3. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Sign up at their website, I randomly signed up a couple years ago and am now seeing the fruits of my labor.
     
  4. dirtylou

    dirtylou May 12, 2005 Washington
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    Good stuff - thanks for sharing
     
  5. NWer

    NWer Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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    Beat me too it. You didn't include one of the more exciting events in the newsletter (something to do with 100 whiskey barrels):
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    Beer Garden & Production News
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    Recent Releases
    • Bourbon Barrel Abominable Winter Ale - Dec. 1
    • The Sister Imperial IPA (special release) - Dec. 1
    Upcoming Releases
    • 77 Spring Select Session IPA- Feb. 1
    • Tart Cerise - soon…very soon.
    • Brouwer's/Bottleworks/Burgundian House IPA - Feb.1
    • Pine Box 1st Anniversary Beer - March
    • Big Deal Mystery Beer #1- can't say yet, but it's big. Big, big.
    Production Updates
    • 6 new 60 BBL tanks are on the way from Vancouver, WA based Marks Manufacturing and Design.
    • 2 custom silos are being made in Spokane, WA for the brewery.
    • 100 10-15 year-old whiskey barrels have already been filled with next year's bourbon Abominable.
    • Our custom whirlpool is being made by Marks (see above) which allows us to squeeze another double batch out of each 24-hour day.
     
  6. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
    Beer Trader

    I really hope they label Big Deal Mystery Beer #1 as "Big Deal Mystery Beer #1" much like the "Cowiche Organic Hop Lab" series. Or it's just KDS 2013. Who knows.
     
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  7. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    I'm excited for Tart Cerise!
     
  8. NWer

    NWer Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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    Hope it turns out better than The Lamb. Chalk it up to a learning experience.
     
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  9. beertunes

    beertunes Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    I'd love to see BDMB #x series. Nearly perfect beer name. Cans please?
     
  10. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Unless you know how to wax dip cans, I'm guessing they'll be bottled. :cool:
     
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  11. NWer

    NWer Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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    No more emoting about making it to PDX for the latest dock sale at HotD or not. We've got our own releases to get excited about - as if we haven't known that for quite a while now.
     
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  12. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Agreed! The Lamb was not my favorite. I'm hopeful for this one though.
     
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  13. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    I think they let people sample Tart Cerise last year during the SBW barrel event...
     
  14. dirtylou

    dirtylou May 12, 2005 Washington
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    I don't recall - none of the experimental wilds were very good, but they were obviously quite young
     
  15. beertunes

    beertunes Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    Waxing cans is easy, you just set a candle on top and let the wax drip down. Like a Chianti bottle in an Italian restaurant. o_O
     
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  16. Jaap

    Jaap Sep 21, 2012 Washington
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    Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to sign up for that newsletter.

    Pretty excited to try the dry hopped Sister and Abominable w/coffee tomorrow.
     
  17. podunkparte

    podunkparte Nov 14, 2009 Washington

    Nothing to see here! Washington state only makes average beer and for no reason should you continue to pay attention to any of our releases! ; )
     
  18. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
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    I'm just glad nobody outside Washington has access to this forum.
     
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  19. NWer

    NWer Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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    You're on to something. I wonder if the Bros would go along with keying on a persons IP address to decide if a person is worthy of accessing a Northwest forum. Ya think?
     
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  20. MarkIntihar

    MarkIntihar Mar 17, 2010 Michigan

    Can I still haz?
     
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  21. lurchingbeast

    lurchingbeast Feb 19, 2009 Illinois

    When is their annual haiku contest?
     
  22. skourtis

    skourtis Sep 1, 2006 Oregon

    Knowing this information, I am getting about 15 Portland BAs to caravan up to Seattle and to camp out at 3:00AM and be the first in line to buy up as much Big Deal Mystery Beer #1s in 'revenge' for our HOTD releases now :)
     
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  23. Mages64

    Mages64 Sep 7, 2009 Washington
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    Fair warning: beer may be carbonated. Event may be well organized.

    Not sure how used to that type of event you guys from PDX are used to attending:)
     
  24. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    Dan, that's no way to create hype. Screwing up the event and pissing off a bunch of people and making a limited release seem even more limited is a sure-fire way to create hype.
     
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  25. goodbyeohio

    goodbyeohio Jul 13, 2004 Oregon

    Making fun of Portland releases, eh?

    LAMBLAMBLAMB

    :p
     
  26. waltersrj

    waltersrj Dec 16, 2010 Washington

    Stay away from our beer!
     
  27. Mages64

    Mages64 Sep 7, 2009 Washington
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    Correct! We agree:) if Fremont continues to be all organized and shit, they'll never reach Portsmouth, three Floyd's, alesmith, or hotd fame:)
     
  28. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
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    Don't forget Pelican's Mother of All Server Crashes.
     
  29. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    New month, new newsletter from Fremont.

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    Seattle Beer Week Official 5th Anniversary Beer
    April 1
    4.5%, Organic Pale Ale using Cowiche Canyon Organic Simcoe & Citra Hops…and in a Can! Can, Bottle and Draught.
    We are very honored to be chosen to brew this year's Seattle Beer Week beer and to honor the occasion, we chose to focus on the organic Cowiche hops and the can. Stay tuned, this one is about to get really fun...
    Proletariat Porter
    February 4
    After a 2-year hiatus, it's back. Dark and drinkable, malty and chocolatey. Draught only at the Urban Beer Garden.
    Pine Box
    March 21
    Our good friends at the Pine Box created something magical up on the Hill almost a year ago...and asked us to brew something magical to commerorate the occasion. Done and Done. While we won't reveal the details just yet, think: Big, Bold, Dark, Dank...
    Brouwer's, Bottleworks, Burgundian House IPA, named "Trifecta IPA"
    late February
    At 5.5%, this is a classic NW IPA daily-drinker. Year-round availability at the "3 B's". Features Centennial, Super Galena, Calypso and Simcoe hops. Draught only for the time being.
    Trifecta IPA will be the house IPA for the three locations and available year-round. We are honored to have been chosen and expect to never pay for a beer again at any of the three locations...:)
    Brouwer's 7th Anniversary Barleywine
    Marchish....
    We brewed this 13% monster 16 months ago, aged half in bourbon barrels, blended it back with the un-barrel aged beer and then bottled and wax dipped it…waiting for when it was ready to release. The time is now. Marris Otter and Carafa malts combine with Magnum and Goldings hops to lure you into one more sip…22oz Bottle only.
     
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  30. podunkparte

    podunkparte Nov 14, 2009 Washington

    Nice! Looking forward to that SBW IPA and especially that Barleywine.
     
  31. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
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    I started a whole separate thread about the upcoming organic pale for SBW... won't make that mistake again.
    Please post thoughts about Trifecta here after you've had a glass. I'll also check for a new beer profile and reviews.
    Cheers!
     
  32. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Fremont is doing tours on Saturday as part of Washington Brewer's Open House Weekend. They're doing samples of some new "rare" beer referred to as 525.

    Gonna stop by Burgundian tomorrow to try Trifecta. I wonder if they'll ever bring Publican IPA back, that was really good.

    Also, totally not Fremont-related, but still important for those of us in glorious North Seattle: Notorious IPA3 is on at Latona Pub, fyi. Went on a five mile run and stopped in for a glass on the way home.
     
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  33. yojimbo1

    yojimbo1 Feb 26, 2012 Kansas


    You can do a five mile run? You obviously are not getting enough beer in your diet. :)
     
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  34. KiMiRaiK

    KiMiRaiK Dec 24, 2012 Washington

    Whatever happened to the Haiku brew???
     
  35. distantmantra

    distantmantra May 23, 2011 Washington
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    I run half marathons, so yeah, probably not enough beer.
     
  36. dirtylou

    dirtylou May 12, 2005 Washington
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    From the main page of their website...

    "
    On Tap will be a rare & magical, barrel-aged brew, not that one, but one that has NEVER BEEN RELEASED.


    Dare we call this beer "Rare"?


    For now, let's call it 575. "
     
  37. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
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    I saw distantmantra's "525" post above and idiotically didn't make any kind of connection.
    575 makes a lot more sense though. This is awesome. I need to be there for this.
     
  38. Rutager

    Rutager Oct 18, 2010 British Columbia (Canada)
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    I used to be an avid ultra runner, then I had kids AND discovered craft beer... *sigh*
     
  39. draheim

    draheim Sep 18, 2010 Washington
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    I ran a full marathon when I was 17. Does that count? I also did the Fremont Oktoberfest 3k run a couple years ago and nearly died. Barely made my 30-minute goal, which wasn't too shabby considering I hadn't run in literally years.
     
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  40. ehammond1

    ehammond1 Jul 4, 2008

    omgomgomgomgomgomg!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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