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DRAFT / BOTTLES


DRAFT We’re busy pouring beer and may miss an update here and there. Call if there’s something specific you want to try to confirm availability. Cheers! Proost! Prost! Sante! Gezonheid! Last updated 11.28.16

  1. Bavik Premium Pilsner (be): 5.2% ABV, golden color, notes of citrus, mild hop presence, full-bodied, smooth bitterness.
  2. Birrificio del Ducato My Blueberry Nightmare Imperial Stout (ita): 9.4% ABV, an extension of Verdi Imperial Stout brewed with hot chili, then aged for 2 years in oak barrels with blueberries.
  3. New Belgium Cherry Sour Felix (co): 7.5% ABV, a single source from one special foeder of perfectly soured Felix, light base beer aged in cherry whiskey barrels from Leopold Brothers Distillery.
  4. Koningshoeven La Trappe Puur Belgian Pale Ale (be): 4.7% ABV, light blonde with a lovely lasting head, floral citrus hop with a dry and light malt flavor. Tasty alternative for the traditional lagers.
  5. Van Honsebrouck Kasteel Inglemunster Pumpkin Ale (be): 8.5% ABV, a beautifully rich ale – using Kasteel Triple as the base. Color is that of pumpkin and spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
  6. Upright Shades (or): 8% ABV, sister beer to the Hearts’ Beat, both of which being named after gems by Charles Mingus, the Shades instead uses Rainier cherries and shows heavier development of wild yeasts for an overall funkier profile.
  7. Almanac Vanilla Cherry Dogpatch (ca): 7.5% ABV, regular Dogpatch Sour base  and added Bing, Rainier and Montmorency Cherries to each barrel for a juicy, delicate balance of fruit and oak.
  8. Logdsdon Kriek Vier (or): 9.1% ABV, quadrupel based beer with intense Kriek flavor aged for 4 months in bourbon barrels with cherries.
  9. pFriem Oud Kriek (or): 5.6% ABV, deep ruby red topped with light pink foam. Aromas of ripe cherry, sweet fruit, and a woodsy nuttiness fill the nose. Bright flavors of cherry pie combined with juicy berries. Finishes dry, tangy, with a hint of Rose’.
  10. Sierra Nevada & Mahrs Brau Oktoberfest (ca): 5.6% ABV, authentic version Mahrs Brau festival beer is deep golden in color with a rich malt complexity, but with a noticeable spicy hop character from the use of the nearly forgotten Record hop varietal.
  11. Culmination Kriek Mythology (or): 7% ABV, blend of two thirds tart pie cherries and one third sweet cherries. The base beer was conditioned in pinot barrels for 6 months, then conditioned on whole cherries for 2 months which lends aromas of dark fruit and baking spice.
  12. Propolis Prunus (wa) 7.5% ABV, Grenache barrel aged golden brettanomyces saison with cherries. This is a rare “pre blend” ale straight from the barrel.
  13. Reverand Nat’s and Walking Man’s collaboration Spike Cherry Stout Snake Bite (or): Winter Abbey Spice cider always plays well with others, this time with Walking Man Brewing’s Cherry Stout. The list of ingredients and flavors is long but decidedly wintery: chocolate, cherry, raisins, pie spices, coffee, apple, molasses, oatmeal. Festival exclusive. Beer-cider blend and as such is NOT GLUTEN FREE.
  14. Russian River Supplication (ca): 7% ABV, wild ale aged for 12 months in Pinot Noir barrels from local Sonoma County wineries with sour cherries, brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and pediococcus. Flavors from the cherries, Pinot Noir and oak balance each other nicely with a little funk from the brett.
  15. Three Magnets Cherry Helsing (wa): 7.2% ABV, pollinator cherries and our flagship saison aged for 10 months in Spanish varietal oak white wine barrels.
  16. Swift O’Dell All Sour Cherry 2014/15 Blend Cider (or): 6.5% ABV, single batches of dry cider and aged them on copious amounts of Montmorency, Balaton, and Early Richmond sour cherries and named after the cherry grower in O’Dell, OR..
  17. Hi Wheel Cherry Basil Cider (or): 6.8% ABV, fizzy cherry citrus wine infused with fresh basil.

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BOTTLES – Beer & Cider

Blondes

  • Affligem Blonde: 6.7% ABV, floral hops, flavors of green pear, mild pepper, and honey.
  • Leffe Blonde: 6.6% ABV, authentic blond abbey, slight hint of bitterness.

Dubbels

  • Chimay Red: 7% ABV, coppery color, slight fruity apricot flavor
  • Rochefort 6: 7.5% ABV, amber gold, earthy flavors, herbal character, caramel finish
  • Westmalle Trappist Dubbel: 7% ABV, amber-brown color, soft body, dry finish, 99 pts on ratebeer.com

Tripels

  • Bazi Hofbrouw Tripel (Exclusive House Beer & Limited Release): 8.5% ABV, brewed once at t’Hofbrouwerijke in Beerzel, Belgium for Bazi’s 4th year anniversary, golden light, slightly sweet with a dry bitter finish.
  • Chimay Tripel: 8% ABV, golden color, sweet and bitter grape flavor
  • La Trappe Tripel: 8% ABV, golden color, hoppy bitterness and full malt flavor
  • Westmalle Tripel Ale “2012 World Beer Cup Gold Medal Winner”: 9.5% ABV, gold color, herbal aroma, rich malt sweetness, light hops.

Quads

  • La Trappe Quad: 10% ABV, big deep amber, rich, slightly sweet and just a hint of bitterness.
  • Rochefort 10: 11.3% ABV, dark, oak, apricot and spices. 2010 Best Beer in the World.

Saisons

  • Du Bocq 1858 Saison “World’s Best Saison” 2013 WBA: 6.6% ABV, hazy yellow, floral and lemon zest aromas and taste.

Pale Ales

  • Delirium Tremens: 8.5% ABV, strong pale ale, golden body, citrusy, high-carbonation
  • Duvel Golden Ale: 8.5% ABV, strong pale ale, refreshing, crisp finish

Strong Darks

  • Achel Trappist Extra: 9.5% ABV, strong dark, warm sherry notes, original Trappist brewery
  • Chimay Blue: 9% ABV, “Grande Reserve”, creamy brown ale
  • Delirium Nocturnum: 8.5% ABV, strong dark, flavors of apricot, banana and sugary breads
  • Rochefort 8: 9.2% ABV, deep brown, fruit and spice flavors, Top 25 of 2011.

Sours (Lambic, Krieks, Flemish Reds)

  • Bacchus Oud Bruin: 4.5% ABV, dark sour, oak aged
  • De Garde Grande Rouge: 6.7% ABV, sour wild ale aged in Oak with late harvest Oregon Zinfandel grapes.
  • Double Mountain Tahoma Kriek: 10.3% ABV, local Rainier Cherries and cellared fro 13 months.
  • Duchesse de Bourgogne: 6.2% ABV, red style sour, oak aged, similar to lambic beers.
  • Lindeman’s Kriek: 4% ABV, lambic, sweet and sour cherries
  • pFriem Oude Kriek Lambic-Style: 5.6% ABV, Hood River cherries aged for 10 months in foeders.
  • Vanberg & Dewulf LambicX Kriek: 6.5% ABV, rosy pink head, notes of cherry, strawberry with some tart apple, super rare

Rare and Specialty Belgians

  • Bosteels Kwak: 8% ABV, rich amber, slightly sweet, fruity. The glass is half the fun!
  • Chimay Golden: 4.8% ABV, first ever release from the Monastery, touch of hops and spicy aroma.
  • Deus Brut: 11.5% ABV, champagne-style beer aged in Dom Perignon bottles
  • La Trappe Isid’or 125 Anniversary Beer Made in 2009: 7.5% ABV, unfiltered, hint of caramel, slightly bitter flavor.
  • Orval Ale: 6.9% ABV, one of eleven Trappist monasteries, sunset-orange color, a fruity and slightly acidic bouquet, firm body, profound hop bitterness, and long, dry finish.
  • Monks Reserve: Rare one-offs (eg. Cantillon, Drei Fonteinen, etc) from Bazi’s cellar. Call to find out recent selection.

Gluten Free Beers

  • Green’s Gluten Free Amber Ale: 6% ABV, medium-bodied, subtle caramel, nut flavor
  • Green’s Gluten Free Dubbel Ale: 7% ABV, dark-sugar and toffee flavor
  • Green’s Gluten Free IPA: 6% ABV, bold hops with herbal piney notes
  • Green’s Gluten Free Tripel Ale: 8.5% ABV, light-bodied, spice and herbs, candied fruit

Cider

  • 2 Towns Bright Cider: 6% ABV, hard apple cider
  • 2 Towns Ginja Ninja: 6% ABV, ginger hard cider
  • Cider Riot 1776: 7.5% ABV, Yahmill Co apples lend robust tannins and rich flavors.
  • Crispin the Saint: 6.9% ABV, hard apple cider, Belgian Trappist yeast and pure maple syrup
  • Stella Artois Cidre: 4.5% ABV, European-style sweet and crisp apple cider
  • Wandering Aengus Anthem Cherry Cider: 6% ABV, cherries from OR and WA. Sweet and tart
  • Wandering Aengus Anthem Pear Cider: 6% ABV, pear varieties from OR and WA

TO GO BOTTLES AND GROWLERS NOW AVAILABLE! Ask for the price list during your next visit or call to inquire as pricing is subject to change. Some draft beer and bottles may only be available for on-site enjoyment due to rarity.

The very fine print disclaimer: We strive to maintain low prices on food and beverages for all to enjoy. As a result, we ask that you help us by limiting credit card transactions to two per party. Deviations may result in a $1 processing convenience fee per card. VISA/MC and ATM available. 18% gratuity may be added to your bill for parties of 6 or more.

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22 Responses to Bier

  1. Bret says:

    Hi,

    Do you ever get La Chouffe in (bottle or draft)? I had it recently on a trip to Belgium/Netherlands and fell in love. Hoping to find it somewhere in Portland.

    Cheers,
    Bret

    • hilda says:

      Hi Bret,

      We do. We just poured it over the summer and will let you know when we bring it back again. I also have the ability to sell you a case at a discount in case you ever want to keep some around your home too.

      Cheers,
      Hilda

  2. Breanna says:

    Hey, Bret! I just found some La Chouffe in Zupan’s on Belmont. It was at the very top left of the beer case. Delicious!!

  3. Scott says:

    Do you ever get Palm amber? Had that beauty in Amsterdam last year and am beginning to wonder if I have to go back to get it!

    • hilda says:

      Hi Scott,

      Not yet. Palm just landed in the US late last year. We finally were able to get the pilsner. Hopefully the Amber will make it here soon too. I agree, it’s one of my go to beers every time I visit Belgium.

      Cheers,
      Hilda

  4. Mel says:

    Do you ever get Seef Bier? I had it in Antwerp and thought it was very good.

    • hilda says:

      We do occasionally pour it when it’s available in the US. It is a fantastic beer!

  5. Brett says:

    St Bernardous is not a Trappist Brewery.
    From their site:
    During a period of 46 years we brewed and commercialised the beers, while the monks continued to brew for themselves and for sales to 3 pubs in the neighbourhood, amongst which In De Vrede, just next to the monastery.

    In 1992 the license came to an end and since then we are brewing the same beers, with the same recipes, but under a different brand name: St.Bernardus.

    • hilda says:

      Thanks, we got the info from the Belgian site. “One of the original recipes from the days of license-brewing for the Trappist monks of Westvleteren”. The history of our brewery is connected to 2 trappist monasteries, one gave us our name, the other gave us our beer.” I agree, St Bernardus itself is not a trappist brewery, but the recipe came from the Trappist monks of Westvleteren. Cheers!

  6. Dan says:

    Will Bazi be doing a New Year’s Eve event / dinner this year?

    • hilda says:

      Hi Dan,

      Last year we donated the space for charity. I believe the charity moves around from year to year, so at this point, we plan to stay closed. I’ll let you know if anything changes.

      Cheers,
      Hilda

  7. Caitlin says:

    I’ve been looking for Tripel Karmeliet (by Brouwerij Bosteels) on draft, for several years now… Is this something you might have pouring in the future? Thanks!

    • hilda says:

      Hi Caitlin,

      We do make it available on draft draft at least 6-8 times a year. We just had it on in November, so I’m sure it will be back again in February. Cheers!

      • Sean says:

        Keeping an eye on your bier list for Tripel Karmeliet or St Bernardus Abt 12 on Tap. Are you likely to have the Karmeliet on tap this month as you mentioned? When we visited Bruges it was the one beer multiple bartenders recommended, so would love to have it on tap again!

        • hilda says:

          Tripel Karmeliet is on deck after De Garre Tripel. Did you go to Halve de Maan while in Brugge. They’re the makers of De Garre which is super rare to get in the US and we currently have the only keg in the state. Cheers!

          • Sean says:

            Yeah we did visit halve de maan for the tour :) and we also visited and had De Garre from the pub for which it’s made in Brugge :) crazy to see you guys have it. Thanks so much, hopefully will stop by sometime soon!

          • hilda says:

            Hi Sean,

            Tripel Karmeliet is finally on :-) Didn’t want you to miss it since you’ve been so patiently awaiting. Cheers!

  8. Nora says:

    Do you ever get the Delirium – Deliria beer from Brouwerij Huyghe? We hear that its only brewed once a year by a female brewer. I haven’t yet been able to find it in the US and when we visited Melle earlier this year they were out everywhere we looked.

    • hilda says:

      Yes, we usually get Deliria in the US during the Spring in celebration of International Women’s Day.

  9. Tim says:

    Will there be a Cherry Festivus again this year?

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