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Where To Buy Gilgamesh Beer ##VERIFIED##

Inspired by the first written beer recipe (and by Sumerian king Gilgamesh), this modern version is brewed without hops in favor of the traditional Sumerian ingredients of dates and figs. We'd also like to give a shout-out to Ninkasi, Sumerian goddess of beer, without whom none of this would be possible!

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Gilgamesh beers were available at the Winter Ale House at the Reed Opera House and the initial brewery location was at 210 Liberty Street SE, Suite 150, Salem, Oregon. In late 2012 the brewery relocated to a new 18,000 sq. ft. location on Madrona Avenue with a restaurant and pub. [2][3][4]

Gilgamesh Brewing Fresh Prince Fresh Hop IPA: Brewed in Salem, Oregon at a strength of 6.3% abv and 88 IBUs of hop love, Fresh Prince showcases a whole lot of fresh Centennial hops. This beer is rumored to make you involuntary start doing the Carlton dance at random times in random places, or at least in my case it gets certain songs stuck in my head forever.

D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 25 years under his belt of drinking beer at festivals across America and the world, he has developed a strong appreciation and understanding of craft beer and the industry that surrounds it. He can be found in any of the great breweries or beer bars that make Portland the best beer city in the world. His writing can also be found in the archives of Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter and Instagram at @hopapalooza.

Aaron is a freelance writer and beer guy based in Eugene, OR. He worked as a beer steward at The Bier Stein for six years, and has written about beer since 2009. Other liquid interests lie in homebrewing, food and beer pairing, gruit, cider, and cocktails. Solid interests include cooking, food fermentation, and gardening. Ethereal interests include music, hiking, discussions about beer quality, and whether his qualifications as a Certified Cicerone and BJCP National judge matter.

"Yes they are Vegan, we do not use isinglass, gelatin or any other animal based clarifying agents. We typically clarify our beers mechanically with our centrifuge but at times will use a plant based fining called biofine." [Query was about Oedipus IPA & Doug FIRocious, note that they make another one with oyster shells]

Continuing our adventure into the realm of sour ale brewing, we designed a recipe to create an Upland version of a traditional Flanders Red. Melding flaked maize into a turbid mash and adding Belgian candi sugar during a long kettle boil, we prepared this ale for epic proportions. We then incorporated wild yeasts and other acetic and lactic acid producing microorganisms for a year-long oak fermentation in bourbon barrels, which had previously been utilized to age beer. The journey was worth the hardships.

Unlike our lambics, which are rotated through white oak barrels acquired from Oliver Winery, the bourbon barrels led us to brew something with stronger aspirations, while keeping to classic Belgain brewing traditions the best we can adhere to with our brewing system. The combination of a 10.5% ABV beer, aged in bourbon barrels, and utilizing old brewing techniques led us to name it in the spirit of something old, rustic, and epic. Hence Gilgamesh, who is the main figure in one of the oldest discovered written tales.

Appearance- Pours slightly hazy with a bright copper/reddish-orange glow. Off white creamy looking head that stays very much intact for the entire glass. Lacing in the glass is one of the nicest I have seen from a sour beer in quite a while.

I hope to secure another bottle of Gilgamesh to try in a year to see how it may have changed. However I feel like the beer was released at the right time and is ready to be enjoyed now. Extended again will most likely change how Upland intended for you to taste this beer.

Gilgamesh Brewing. Gilgamesh started with three brothers and their father making beer at home. After receiving praise and accolades at several beer festivals, this PNW family decided to make the leap from hobby brewers to professional. Their beers are crafted and brewed in their state-of-the-art brew system from IDD. The brewhouse features a mash press which uses a series of filters to increase productivity and prevent stuck mashes. This unique brewing system allows their creative style to flourish and evolve. Not only are they inventive, they save 30% of the water standard breweries use and they average 98% grain efficiency.

The ribs in the cave have also been found to have a petrified coating that seems to consist of ketchup, beer, chili sauce, vinegar, maple syrup, onions, salt and pepper and brown sugar. Other researchers have found that when exposed to heat the coating - even at a age of some 10,000 years - retains an attractive, smoky flavor. 041b061a72


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