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Portland Monthly is crushing on our short dark and drinkable Session Black.
Session Cream Summer Ale named on of the Top 10 Summer beers.
The Full Sail Brewing Company out of Hood River, Oregon first caught my attention with a stumpy little red-labelled bottle. I am of course talking about their wildly popular Session Premium Lager, which for my money is one of the best bridge beers in America. I can only imagine how many craft beer fans this one beer has created. It offers a noticeable increase in quality and flavor without breaking the bank or intimidating taste buds.
" Full Sail has created an offering in Session Cream Ale that is able to be refreshing without coming forth as banal and mundane. The beer pours with a yellow to light organge coloration without much in the way of head. The nose will yield hints of grain and a smaller (but still noticeable) floral element..."
“Hood River, Oregon
Home to the cascading waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge and the snowy peak of Mt. Hood, Hood River is a scenic town surrounded by bountiful fruit orchards and jaw-dropping natural scenery. The winds that rush down the valley and the Columbia River Gorge create perfect conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing, as well as other adrenaline-rushing adventures….
Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon made a name for itself with the Session Premium Lager a decade ago. “Session Premium lager is an extremely tasty import-style lager, like the kind Full Sail Session Lager Beer Connoisseurof beer made back in the pre-Prohibition days,” says the brewery’s website... “plenty of flavor that goes down clean and smooth, we like to call it ‘session-ability.’”
While most breweries use 6 to 8 gallons of water to produce a single gallon of beer, Full Sail Brewing has knocked their usage to only 2.5 meaning they're conserving up to 4.1 million gallons of water a year. They are also very proud of the fact that their brews are made from only four natural ingredients; water, malt, hops and yeast.
Next in Full Sail Brewing’s Session Series lineup is the newly released Session Cream Summer Ale. It’s a classic American beer in a classic American bottle just in time to celebrate American Craft Beer Week.
Gayot.com includes Session Premium lager their list of Top 10 Low Calorie Beers
You'll hear it time and time again at Full Sail Brewing Co: “Sustainability is in our DNA.” From VPs and sales personnel to brewers and bottlers, it is a ...
Whether it's innovative sourcing, sustainable manufaacturing, or energy-saving processes, each of these five are making a better, and greener, beer for all to enjoy.
Located 50 miles upstream of Portland, Oregon’s Hood River is another desirable location for lovers of the outdoors, especially those who like to combine sublime riding with coffee and beer.
“The double bock style (also known as doppelbock) is characterized by a thick and hearty maltiness that makes for a meal in itself. Full Sail's rendition remains faithful to tradition, offering full-bodied notes of dark dried fruit and nutty caramel delivered courtesy of generous malt helpings…”
“What a beautiful lager! It pours dark brown with sweet and toasted malts on the nose. It has a great roasted malt profile and is smooth and crisp on the tongue with a nice finish. This is definitely a beer to be enjoyed with friends around a fire, talking about the exploits of the last month. Enjoy with a hearty beef stew. Booya!”
“The bandwidth of lagers is rather narrow, but they have their refreshing role to play. None did it better than our No. 1 brew, Session Premium Lager from Full Sail Brewing, clean, crisp, lively and fresh. Session, surprisingly, is not made entirely of malted barley. It uses a touch of malted wheat as well. Apparently, lager producers have found ways to be creative without exploding the genre…”
“Being the second largest producer of hops in the USA, it is no surprise that Oregon has a thriving craft brewery scene, with approximately 185 companies located throughout the state. From traditional brewing methods to experimental brewing, the craft beer scene is diverse with something for every beer lover. Here is a look at some of the craft brewery highlights found throughout Oregon.”
Oregon's Full Sail Brewing Co. takes a German doppelbock for a West Coast spin, giving this full-flavored brew pronounced flavors of mocha and pine ...
“A beer of this magnitude will last years in the cellar with proper care, but we were eager to sample the 2014 vintage from ours.”
“This beer has enough twists and turns to keep individuals interested through two or three bottles, which should be more than enough to put a memorable cap on the night. Few companies are able to do bock beers right, but Full Sail is able to create in their Bock an effort that is able to be delectable for long-time fans of the style and for those that are actively searching for beers to expand their palettes.”
“I popped the top off of the Session Premium Lager to find an illustration of a pair of scissors underneath the cap. Before even taking a sip, I knew that this was the perfect beer to take to a party, because it has a game built right into it. Underneath each cap is rock, paper or scissors, so opening Session beers with a friend can result in a competition.”
Some thoughts on session beers from one of the style's O.G.s
"February is Stout Month, when Oregon brewers roll our their most precious dark secrets for us to try. This February 2015 alone there are EIGHT new imperial stouts in bottles from Oregon breweries that make for an ideal time to re-stock your cellar, or maybe just your fridge."
Breweries In The Gorge (BIG), a new craft beer alliance representing breweries large and small from both sides of the Columbia River Gorge region in Washington and Oregon, debuts during Zwickelmania on February 14th.
Full Sail Brewing has announced the release of their 2015 Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout. The annual release of our barrel aged beers is a celebration of the best of American beer and American bourbon.
Full Sail Brewing has just announced the release Double Bock in their rotating line of classic beers called the Full Sail Pub Series.
IPA’s are insanely popular these days. But let’s face it, sometimes it feels like there’s a hops arms race going on. That’s why we came up with Session IPA. It’s a Premium Pale Ale that thinks for itself. Not too hoppy. Not too bitter. Not too malty. Just right…we like to call it Session-ability!
Our new Session Series gives Session fans three additional ways to enjoy Session-ability as their tastes (and the weather) changes.