We are committed to making unique and handcrafted small-batch beers. The vast majority are barrel aged and by virtue of that process, it's impossible to replicate them exactly, so we don't try. That's part of the art that makes this fun for us and exciting for you.
From a practical perspective, that means we don't have a flagship beer you can track down whenever you're craving a "standard" Alesong beer and much like that awesome '99 Cabernet, when it's gone, it's gone. The upside though, is that you can look forward to always having something new and interesting to try out! We'll post the upcoming release here a few weeks before it's available so you know what is coming, but you should also head over to sign up for our mailing list to make sure you don't miss out!
Please note that the majority of our beers are bottle conditioned so please pour carefully. What does that mean?
Scroll down to see beers in the order they were released. Or, if you want to quickly find one in particular, head to the INDEX.
Spring has sprung in the Willamette Valley and we couldn't be more excited to spend these wonderful sunny days on our patio with you! For this release we're debuting our latest wine/beer hybrid made with Pinot Noir grapes from Benton Lane Winery and a couple new versions of fan favorites: Touch of Brett and Raspberry Gose! All three of these beers pair perfectly with a warm summer evening in good company! Click on any of the photos for more details on each beer and head over to our blog for the backstory on each. And make sure you're on the mailing list if you want to have access to all of them! May 27th is the official release at our tasting room, so mark your calendars!
We’re a few weeks into the New Year so it’s just about time to give up on those resolutions and start enjoying ourselves again, right?! Just kidding, we know none of our community would ever do something so ill-advised as to give up beer… Nonetheless, we’ve got just the thing to help brighten up these cold dark winter months: another beer release! Click on any of the photos for more details on each beer and head over to our blog for the backstory on each. And make sure you're on the mailing list if you want to have access to all of them! February 11th is the official release at our tasting room, so mark your calendars!
Fall in Oregon is one of the best times of year! The leaves turn, the air is getting crisp, and Duck football is in full swing! Oh, and it's time for some new beers! We’re stoked to have some awesome fall beers that reflect both the fruits of this year’s harvest and some wintry themed darker beers that go superbly with a warm fire now that the rainy season is upon us! Look for more detailed posts about each of these beers on our blog and make sure you're on the mailing list if you want to have access to all of them! November 19th is the official release at our new tasting room, so mark your calendars!
For our first official release out of our new tasting room, we’ve got a great variety to finish out your summer - some fruity acidity, some funk, gin- and bourbon-barrel-aged offerings and a beer brewed with local Oregon honey - there's something for everyone! Look for more detailed posts about each of these beers on our blog and make sure you're on the mailing list if you want to have access to all of them! September 3 is the official release at our new tasting room, so mark your calendars!
Spring is here! And we couldn't be more excited to have the sun back in our lives! Some fruity, some tart, and some funky, this round of beers pairs perfectly with blue skies and warm weather so get outside and enjoy it!
As before, we've published the backstory on each of these over on our blog and you can get more of the technical details and pairing notes by clicking below on any of the labels. These were released at our event on May 20th and were available for purchase in bottles via our mailing list and select retail accounts.
For our February release, we’ve got some really exciting new beers to share that represent a mix of bigger styles to finish out the cold wintry days and a couple of lighter offerings that make a nod towards springtime weather that is hopefully just around the corner. Look for more detailed posts about each of these beers on our blog and make sure you're on the mailing list if you want to have access to all of them! February 25 is the official release date, so mark your calendars!
Well... fall has arrived! And with it some colder weather and holiday celebrations. The beers we're releasing for the season complement those things: a couple of bigger beers that pair well with a cozy fireplace, a champagne-like saison conditioned with Muscat juice for all your holiday cheersing, and a tart wild ale re-fermented on fresh peaches because, well, nature says peaches are freshest in late summer and that translated to a November beer release...
As before, we've published the backstory on each of these over on our blog and you can get more of the technical details and pairing notes by clicking below on any of the photos. These were released at our event on November 19th and available for purchase in bottles via our mailing list.
We hope you enjoy drinking them as much as we have enjoyed making (and drinking) them!
We've been working on this thing for over a year now and it feels like we're due for a celebration. And celebrate we will because we’ve finally got a handful of oak-aged beers that are ready to be shared with the world!
We’ll publish the backstory on each of these over on our blog over the coming days and you can get more of the technical details and pairing notes by clicking below on any of the photos. These were released at our event on August 20th and available for purchase in bottles via our mailing list.
We hope you enjoy drinking them as much as we have enjoyed making (and drinking) them!
Our Berliner Weiss is a classic tart German wheat ale. Light, dry and tart, this style is refreshing with a clean finish.
3.0% ABV 10 IBUs
Saison Lorane is an American Farmhouse ale, Dry hopped with Mandarina Bavaria hops. It is dry, mildly hop forward with a touch of spice, and finishes with notes of citrus fruits.
7.2% ABV 25 IBUs
Alesong White is a classic Belgian-style Witbier brewed with locally grown wheat and a touch of oats and laced with orange peel, coriander and chamomile. This hazy pale beer begins with big citrusy and floral aromas. Refreshingly crisp, effervescent, and light on the palate, it is balanced with a bready malt flavor and a mild tanginess on the finish.
4.8% ABV 10 IBUs
In celebration of the Harvest Season, we've sourced some locally grown ingredients for this draft-only release. We used wheat from Malpass Farms, pumpkins from Lone Pine Farms and warm fall spices from Mt. Rose Herbs in Eugene. Deep orange colored with subtle hints of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg,and ginger are wrapped around the spicy and fruit flavors of the Belgian yeast. Harvest Ale provides the perfect balance of malt, hops, and fall spices to warm your cool Autumn evenings.
6.4% ABV 10 IBUs
Our Gose, inspired by the European brewers in Goslar, Germany, is tart and hazy and crafted with a whisper of coriander and dose of sea salt, for a balanced salinity on the finish. At the end of fermentation, we matured it on 500 lbs of Oregon Strawberries for a light kiss of spring. Tart. Mild salinity. Berry. Refreshing.
4.9% ABV 7 IBUs
Indi’s Gold is a Belgian-Style Petite Saison finished with Indi’s Gold Black Tea from Young Mountain Tea Company. Young Mountain, of Eugene Oregon, works directly with the best tea growers in India to import some of the finest teas grown in Asia. Indi’s Gold is named for the grower, Indi Khanna. The tea is spicy, bright and fruity. This hazy beer is mildly fruity with a clove note. Indi’s gold is dry and crisp with a hint of earthiness and a touch of citrus on the finish. Dry. Fruit. Citrus. Spice.
5.1% ABV 22 IBUs
This dry-hopped Belgian-style Pale Ale is crafted with Kaffir Lime leaf, lemongrass, orange peel, and black peppercorn. Citrusy American Hops intertwine with floral and fruity aromas from the Thai inspired spices and the Belgian yeast strain. A medium hop bitterness balances the bready malt body of this hazy orange colored pale ale. It finishes with the slightest of spice from the light handed use of black pepper. Floral. Lemon. Orange. Pepper.
5.5% ABV 26 IBUs
This Russian Imperial Milk Stout is a blend of our first two bourbon-barrel aged beers and a snapshot of some of what is to come from Alesong. The blend of a Russian Imperial Stout and an Imperial Milk Stout aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels is rich and bold with notes of dark chocolate and lightly roasted coffee. The barrels add layers of smooth vanilla and toasted coconut with a touch of warming bourbon on the finish. Rich. Dark Cocoa. Vanilla.
10.5% ABV 31 IBUs