Craft Brewing and Distilling News for March 14, 2017March 14, 2017
•Oregon’s Widmer Brothers Brewing has added PDX Pils to its year-round lineup. A small-batch, experimental brew first created in 2015, PDX Pils was previously available only at the Widmer Brothers Pub in Portland. The 4.8%-abv offering, brewed with Alchemy, Traditional and Columbia hops, will now be available in six-packs and on draft throughout Oregon and Washington. It joins Hefeweizen, Upheaval IPA, Steel Bridge Porter, Drop Top Amber and Replay IPA in Widmer Brothers’ core portfolio. Widmer Brothers is part of the Craft Brew Alliance portfolio.
•Bloomington, Indiana-based Upland Brewing Co. is re-releasing its Campside Session IPA for the spring season. Brewed with American hops and light malts, the 4.5%-abv entry will return later this month, available in bottled six-packs, canned four-packs and on draft. In addition to Campside, Upland Brewing’s rotating seasonal lineup includes Latitude Adjustment, Oktoberfest Bavarian Lager and Easy Chair Amber Ale.Subscribe to Shanken News Daily’s Email Newsletter, delivered to your inbox each morning.