Change is common in the beer industry, and sometimes that change leads to the creation of a great new brewery. Charles Porter, formally of Logsdon Farmhouse Ales and the mind behind Peche n’ Brett, and his wife and partner, Brenda Crow decided it was time such a change. Together they founded Little Beast Brewing, currently nestled in Beaverton, OR.
You may have had the pleasure of drinking a Dream State Foeder-Aged Ale with Straberries at Big Wood, or seen a couple of the other rare offerings around Seattle. We are excited to announce that we will be hosting their Seattle launch on Tuesday, February 13th. We’ll have several of their brews on draft as well as in bottles for your enjoyment.
Porter is using his vast knowledge of brewing rustic, wild, and sour ales to create wonderful beers showcasing the Northwest’s vast array of edible plant life. Please join us in welcoming Little Beast to the city where we have little doubt that you’ll enjoy these special ales as much as we do.
Foeder-aged Farmhouse Ale
Seven distinct microflora come together in this oak-aged ale to produce a dynamic mixed culture beer. Aged for six months in a Foeder that formally held Cabernet Sauvignon, this beer has earthy and vinous qualities layered with tart stone fruit character.
9% ABV 27 IBU
Tart Wheat Ale
Brewed with Belgian malts, Noble hops and chamomile flower then fermented with a blend of unique Saccharomyces yeast and conditioned with Lactobacillus.
Juicy, bright and balanced
Tasting notes: Pineapple, lemon, coconut and wheat
6% ABV 8 IBU
Farmhouse saison crafted with European malts and Noble hops, and then fermented entirely with a strain of Brettanomyces yeast known for its bright fruit character.
Dry and crisp with a mildly tart and complex finish.
Tasting notes: Stone fruit, strawberry and spices.
6.25% ABV 25 IBU
Foeder-aged Ale with Tart Cherries
Whole Montmorency cherries combined with our foeder-aged mixed culture ale result in a beer that's layered with complexity and predominant flavors of vanilla, almond and vibrant cherry. Unfiltered and bottle conditioned.
7% ABV 16 IBU