Ever wonder why the same beer you order in one establishment tastes different than another? It is most likely the condition of the tap lines. It's sad that craft brewers work so hard rolling out their artisan product only to have the end consumer disappointed in their product because the beer is running through old, nasty tap lines.
Come join us for the big, crazy beers at this year’s Tastival at the Quimby Beer Hall Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th, noon to 10 p.m. We call it a tastival because we encourage people to try many of the barleywines and other big beers on offer.
Sure, the sun grows the hops and the grain - but did you know that the sun powers the brewing at Lucky Lab?
We need a lot of 180 degree hot water to brew our craft beer. In order to keep prepped for each brew, we keep 900 gallons of water heated in a tank ready to go.
The funny thing about the Worst Day of the Year Ride is that it’s normally sunny—one year the clouds were out, maybe one year it was actually cold and possibly even some snow on the ground—but out of the 11 years we’ve done the ride, the weather has been unseasonably nice.
For the first time ever, Lucky Lab brew is available in stores. We’re bottling and selling our premium Winterdog beer, a seasonal beer for people who want a winter companion—and it’s only available in select Portland stores for a limited run.