Fremont Brewing Launch Party | Bottlecraft

Posted: Feb 15 2017
by: Bottlecraft Beer

Fremont Brewing Launch Party

Join us Thursday, March 9th as we welcome Seattle's Fremont Brewing to Bottlecraft Little Italy. We are thrilled to have Fremont's beer grace our shelves on a soon-to-be regular basis. The event kicks off at 5pm and we'll have the following on tap:
 
B-Bomb:
This year’s release of B-bomb is aged in 12 & 15-year-old American Oak whiskey barrels and is a blend of 24 and 12-month old barrel strength Winter Ale. B-bomb achieves distinct bourbon, oak, cacao, leather, and dark coffee notes from its extended barrel aging and barrel blending. Each barrel contributes a different note, and combining each barrel to create a coherent tone is a distinct art and true pleasure. Please do enjoy this unique barrel-aged ale today but know that B-bomb will age gracefully for at least another 5 years. Don’t Be Afraid To Be Abominable. (Draft only)
 
Dark Star:
Dark Star is inspired by the wandering tribes scattered through the terrible journey of time in space and adrift in the dark matter between the spaces of then and now. Dark Star is a dark, mysterious yet silky oatmeal stout of grand proportions balanced by a firm hop handshake...go ahead, enjoy the journey...Because Beer Journeys Matter! (Draft & cans)
 
Lush IPA:
We bring this tropical treat to you as a reminder of Spring’s coming, its rebirth and promise of sunny days forever. Lush is made with a hand-selected blend of malts and lush, tropical hops to help you bridge the last days of Winter and the coming of the Spring fever. We hope you enjoy this tropical treat, keep your sunglasses handy, and wash away your cares in the coming Spring rains. “For a moment, nothing happened. Then, after a second or so, nothing continued to happen.” – Douglas Adams. (Draft & cans)
 
Interurban IPA:

Named after Fremont’s most famous outdoor sculpture, Waiting for the Interurban, Interurban India Pale Ale offers the adventurous beer lover a warm embrace of Northwest Pale malt swirled with a hand-selected blend of Chinook, Centennial, and Amarillo hops. Interurban India Pale is bitter as an IPA should be yet balanced with copious aroma and flavor hops. Fremont Brewing brews beers of distinction...Because Beer Matters! (Draft & cans)

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