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Old Town Brewing’s Award Winning Beer in Bottles

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

 

Portland’s Old Town Brewing (OTB) announced that they will now be selling 22 ounce glass bottles of its award winning beer. Photo Credit: OBT's Facebook (Image cropped)

Recently, Portland’s Old Town Brewing (OTB) announced that they will be selling 22 ounce glass bottles of its award winning beer. 

These bottles can be purchased at various retail spots throughout Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washinton. The flavors are OTB’s Shanghai’d IPA and Sun Dazed Kölsch.

OTB describes their Shanghai’d IPA as being a medium-bodied IPA with grapefruit as one of the signature ingredients. Meanwhile, the Sun Dazed Kölsch has a “crisp, clean but fruity aroma and flavor.”

OTB is very excited about the new bottles. To share the excitement, they’re in the process of visiting some of Portland’s local bottle shops to host tastings. The next tasting event is at Saraveza Bottle Shop and Tasty Tavern on June 10th. 

At the event, guests will taste brews, ask questions, and purchase some of the bottles.

“Our beer reflects the personality of this incredible city and the people in it. We could not be more excited for our beer to be in the hands of the people whom inspired it, and to share our beers with enthusiasts across the region. It’s a huge moment for our whole team, to see our bottles on the shelves next to the breweries we admire, and truly marks a huge milestone for us – I’m so proud,” said Adam Milne, owner of Old Town Brewing. 

Old Town Brewing Bottle Release Event, Saraveza Bottle Shop and Tasty Tavern, 1004 Killingsowrth St. Wednesday, June 10th, 6-9 pm.

Homepage Photo Credit: OTB's Facebook (Image Cropped)

 

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