Posts Tagged ‘Sesquicentennial Ale’

Ask And Recieve

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

vtweetWednesday I let you guys all know some of the details about Venti’s 1 year anniversary at their new location (why do we still call it the new location after a year?) When I posted the details I somewhat jokingly had said that I had been hoping for

some great tap prices, or an extra special keg

Turns out Leslie read this line as I got a Facebook message letting me know that the event was still evolving, yet there were no plans for a special keg, but all drinks would be happy hour prices from 4-11. Cool I thought. There is always great beer on tap so happy hour prices sounds great. Then I got another email.

Here is where the ask and ye shall receive part comes in. Leslie had asked for my email address, and not to long after giving it to her this showed up

Happy hour prices on pints $3 all day, but happy hour on mixed drinks only after 4 when lounge opens

Gettin a keg of Rogue Sesquicentennial Ale

Talk about awesome. Venti’s has definitely gone above and beyond. Not only that but because of that email I now feel all powerful. What a nice feeling.

So now that Venti’s has gone out of their way to make this celebration worthy of being listed in the craft beer month event list we must do our part. Get the word out there. Three dollar pints is an unusual thing to see for beer of the caliber that Venti’s serves. So not only will you get an awesome price on a pint, but you will be supporting a great local restaurant. See you all on July 7th hopefully.

Rogue’s Releases

Monday, June 8th, 2009

rogue_logoI’ve gotten in contact with Rogue Brewery, but I can’t say about what yet. The only reason I’m telling you this is in the process of them emailing them back they sent me a list of their ’09 releases. They also let me know that I misspelled John Maier’s name in the tag for the write up I did on John-John. I got it right in the article at least. So here are Rogue’s ’09 releases. If you live in another state and want to do a trade send me an email at If I can get ahold of the bottle you want we’ll do a trade.

Somer Orange Honey Ale:
It’s unique recipe includes sweet orange peel and
Oregon-indigenous Wildflower Honey from Wild Harvest
Honey in Blodgett, OR

Issaquah Brewhouse White Frog:
Hand-crafted ale created by Issaquah brewer Dave Hutchinson using 13 ingredients

Captain Sig’s Norwestern Ale:
Imperial Red, sold in select markets with commercial fishing industry, and
proceeds from Sig’s sales will benefit the Fisherman’s Fund,
a foundation setup by the Hansen families supporting NW charities

Sesquicentennial Ale:
Celebrating Oregon’s 150th Anniversary. Made with Oregon hops, barley, yeast and free range coastal water.
My write up on it