Vanilla Porter Cheddar Cheese, hand milled by Rogue Creamery, is now available for purchase at the Creamery Brewpub & Grill and other locations selling Rogue Creamery cheeses. Located in Central Point, Oregon, Rogue Creamery chose Klamath Basin Brewing’s Vanilla Porter to add a bit of sweetness and aroma to this wonderfully smooth cheddar. We’re delighted and think you will be too.
As part of our efforts to learn more about our customers and update our data files, we’re offering some February rewards. Since it is the Valentine month, we’re calling them Sweetheart Rewards. Click on the link and it will take you to a form you can download and fill out. It spells out all the details. Bring the form back to The Creamery Brewpub and Grill, and earn a reward or chance to win a gift certificate. This is something new for us, so give us your feedback too.
Vanilla Porter is now available in 22 oz. bottles! Vanilla Porter has been enjoyed previously as a winter seasonal brew, but demand for it has pushed the bottling earlier into the fall. A blend of vanilla beans is used in the brewing process to create the dominant vanilla flavor while the chocolate and coffee flavors of the Porter linger in the background. Vanilla Porter is a select bottling, and will be available through fall and winter.
Bare Island Blonde Ale won 2 Silvers and a Bronze medal at the recent North American Brewer’s Award competition in Idaho Falls, ID this month. Read more on our Awards page, or simply come by the Creamery to have a taste and judge for yourself.
June 13-18th is “Paint the Town Purple” in Klamath, all to show support for Relay for Life. So we’ve given our web site a new look. In addition, The Creamery will be offering purple in the decor, the food, and the beverages. Stop by and help us support a great cause.
“Summer Squeeze” with its slight citrus aroma is ready to be enjoyed. Now we need Mother Nature to cooperate.
KB Brewing won a first place and 2 second place awards at the West Coast Brewers Festival.
KB Brewing has just added a new beer to its bottle lineup- Bare Island Blonde Ale. Formerly called 8 Second Ale, it is the perfect Microbrew for those who love flavor, but want something a little on the lighter side. Check out its description on the Beer page of this web site.
Klamath Basin Brewing started bottling its beer in May 2010. We now bottle Drop Dead Red, and Crystal Springs IPA in 22 oz bottles. You may buy them here at the Creamery Brewpub and Grill, or in designated grocery and specialty stores.
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