B-Side Peach IPA – Collaboration Celebration with New Belgium
Posted on July 17, 2015
B-Side Organic Peach IPA is a certified organic India Pale Ale brewed with peaches. Amarillo hops and peaches burst with stone fruit, while a pleasant, drying bitterness finishes absolutely clean. Fruit IPA? Yes, please. We brewed this beer in Fort Collins with our B Corporation buds at New Belgium. The best thing is that we have plenty of the beer to go around in Portland so we’re throwing numerous release parties. Beginning Thursday, July 23, 2015, New Belgium and HUB will host tap takeovers, dinner parties and make appearances at the Oregon Brewer’s Festival, toasting to Portland’s avid beer enthusiasts.
BEER DINNER RELEASE PARTY
Thursday, July 23 | 6:30 p.m.
Old Salt Marketplace – 527 NE 42nd Ave., Portland
Tickets – $60.00. Reserve your seat by calling Old Salt Marketplace at 971-255-0167.
Mingle with the brewmasters from New Belgium and HUB during an intimate, upscale seated dinner at Old Salt Marketplace. Sip on B-Side Organic Peach IPA and other favorites from both breweries while the masterminds discuss their collaboration between courses.
Friday, July 24 | 4:00, 5:00 and 7:00 p.m.
One tapping party of B-Side Organic Peach IPA just isn’t enough – so New Belgium and HUB are extending the celebrations to three different tapping parties! Stop by HUB’s home brewery at 4 p.m., the Imperial Bottle Shop and Taproom at 5 p.m. or Roscoe’s at 7 p.m. to catch all the action and get in on the fun.
- 4:00 – HUB – 2944 SE Powell Blvd., Portland
- 5:00 – Imperial Bottle Shop and Taproom – 3090 SE Division St., Portland
- 7:00 Roscoe’s – 8105 SE Stark St., Portland
28TH ANNUAL OREGON BREWER’S FESTIVAL
Saturday, July 25 | 12:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park – 1020 SW Naito Pkwy., Portland
Be sure to stop by New Belgium and HUB’s rare collaboration tent at the 28th Annual Oregon Brewer’s Festival! The breweries will pour their beloved collaboration beer, B-Side Organic Peach IPA, at one of the nation’s longest running and best loved craft beer festivals.