12/15 - Galena Goodnight - 7% ABV, 70 IBU’s
Black IPA (CDA)
Midnight wheat malt, and a Galena dry hop, give this IPA a hearty amount of flavor to compliment its character.
12/16 - Rum Soaked Mud - 6.6% ABV, 30 IBU’s
Our house oatmeal stout aged on oak soaked rum. Enjoy!
12/17 - Coal Miner's’ Daughter - 6.7% ABV, 44 IBU’s
Kentucky Common Ale
This Kentucky Common Ale is traditionally a coal miner's beer. A dark brown ale brewed with corn, was cold fermented with Kolsch yeast and then conditioned on Oak soaked in bourbon.
12/18 - Smoke & Honey Milk Stout - 4.9% ABV, 8 IBU’s
This traditionally low alcohol stout is fortified with milk sugar. The sugar lends a lingering sweetness and a creamy mouthfeel. Heavy handfuls of smoked malt give the stout a roasty flavor. Honey malt provides the stout a rich depth. Poured through the NITRO tap for even more creamy goodness.
12/19 - Ol’ Peg Leg Porter - 5.4% ABV, 18 IBU’s
Old Pegleg likes to quaff a good chocolate porter when the moolnlight is glancing off the open sea.
12/20 - Count Vorlauf’s Mexican Dark Lager - 5% ABV, 10 IBU’s
In the early 1860s. our ancestor, the noble brewer Count Vorlauf, was invited to Mexico by Maximilian I of the House of Habsburg. Vorlauf was tasked to produce the dark vienna lagers that the silly Emperor had enjoyed back in Austria. Vorlauf fell in love with the country, its people, and the culture. Before falling out of graces with the Emperor's court, the Count worked tirelessly to create a dark amber lager that quenched the thirst of the royalty and common man alike. Salud!
12/21 - The Mollusk - 6.8% ABV, 25 IBU’s
Thanks to the Seven Days of Darkness, we were able to pull out the stops and brew this experimental batch of beer! 132 fresh Oregon Coast oysters, oyster shells, and two gallons of oyster liquor went into the boil of this hearty brew. The result is a robust stout with an ultra creamy mouthfeel, the flavor of salted chocolate, and a light mineral finish.
FOTM Brewing Co. took the Bend Brewfest by storm this last weekend. We poured Mountain Lite and Big Vern IPA for the masses, and both were very well received. If you've never been to this fest, check it out next year, they put on a heck of a party down there in Bend. We also brought down a couple kegs to our friends at El Sancho taqueria, so check out their delicious tacos and grab an FOTM pint if you head down there for the Eclipse.
Hey wing-heads. Tomorrow is National Chicken Wing Day! No better way to celebrate than at Fire on the Mountain with a big frisbee of free range wings and a FOTM Brewing Co. beer. One of our wing specialists, Gerry Lentino, appeared on KGW's Portland Today this morning to show viewers how to sauce the perfect wing. Check it out here.
We certainly do! Our newest location on NE Fremont and 57th has been firing off some of Portland's most underrated pizza since 2011. We serve a Neo Neapolitan, New York neighborhood style pie. Sauce and dough are made in house daily. It's cooked super hot and fast to give it that perfect char on the crust. Some house favorites are the "Almost Famous Buffalo Chicken, the Fig & Prosciutto pie, and the Susan's Sausage and Peppers pie. Try it out the next time you are in at the Fremont store, and grab a house brewed beer while you're at it!
Join us on April 25th from 5-close to help raise funds for Providence Cancer Center. One of our employees, Nikki Wood, and her team will participate in the Hood to Coast race this summer and we are supporting them by donating 25% of sales from all three Portland locations to Providence Cancer Center! Come enjoy some wings and beer and help fight cancer at the same time!
We just got back from the Kona brew fest on the big island! This was our fourth year in a row, and we are starting to wonder why we don't have a restaurant down there. We featured our Big in Japan IPA and Kettle Black Schwarzbier, which were both received very well! Come try one at our restaurants and get a little piece of that Aloha vibe!
Well folks, it's that special time of year. That time when Tom Brady, Bill Bellichek and co. try to add to their closet full of Super Bowl hardware. Will Matt Ryan and his high-octane offense be able to challenge the old guard? Who knows...but one thing we do know is that you owe it to yourself and your country to be eating some wings and preferably Fire on the Mountain wings on Super Bowl Sunday. If you are planning to make your own wings on this quasi-holiday, you can still add that Fire on the Mountain touch without setting foot in our restaurants. Our sauces are now available in Safeway and Fred Meyer in addition to Whole Foods, New Seasons, Market of Choice and Food Front. Insider tip: FOTM bottles are currently onsale at Safeway for $6. You can also buy our sauces in each of our stores as well as on our website at www.portlandwings.com