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Braggo‍‍‍t

Is there beer in my honey or honey in my beer?!

Braggot is unlike any beverage that has crossed your palate. This malt beverage is best described as a mixture of mead and beer, although not in a way that you would try to replicate at home! Although the Pacific Northwest is known for IPA-style beers, we are introducing a smooth and easy-drinking craft brew that rivals what else may be on tap. Be prepared for notes of malt, strong grains, and a mildly sweet finish when indulging in a braggot!

Jim

Father-in-law Jim Andre (1935-2013) bought some ground near Ridgefield, WA in 1963. First it was a hay farm, then a cattle ranch and later‍‍‍ a Christmas tree farm. It is now owned by his daughters and sons-in-law and is home to Irv & Millies and Windy Hills Winery.

With honey from Johnston Apiaries in Hermiston, OR in the mix, this Braggot-Style Ale reminds us of Jim - a touch sweet!

Braggot-style Dunkl‍‍‍ebock

Louis

Braggot-style Blo‍‍‍ndE Ale

Great-grandfather Louis Penney (1857-1930) was born in Michigan. As a young man he made is way west to Stanfield, OR, where he kept bees and sold honey and beekeeping supplies throughout the Northwest and into Utah. With his wife, Emma, he raise two sons - Roy and Dillon - in tiny Echo, OR.

Enjoy this Braggot-Style Dunklebock made with rich flavorful malts, noble hops an‍‍‍d Meadowfoam honey.

Great-grandfather Louis Penney (1857-1930) was born in Michigan. As a young man he made is way west to Stanfield, OR, where he kept bees and sold honey and beekeeping supplies throughout the Northwest and into Utah. With his wife, Emma, he raise two sons - Roy and Dillon - in tiny Echo, OR. Enjoy this Braggot-Style Dunklebock made with rich flavorful malts, noble hops and Meadowfoam honey.‍‍‍

‍Father-in-law Jim Andre (1935-2013) bought some ground near Ridgefield, WA in 1963. First it was a hay farm, then a cattle ranch and later a Christ‍‍‍mas tree farm. It is now owned by his daughters and sons-in-law and is home to Irv & Millies and Windy Hills Winery.With honey from Johnston Apiaries in Hermiston, OR in the mix, this Braggot-Style Ale reminds us of Jim - a touch sweet!

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Ju‍‍‍lian

Julian Rauch (1898-1977) came to America from a small farm in Germany in 1913. He spoke five languages and cursed fluently in each. H‍‍‍e married Irene Moehink in 1920 and started farming wheat with his father-in-law on what would become our home-Starvation Farms. Irvin & Millie took over the farm when Julian retired. Our family history in wheat farming inspired this braggot-style beer with a blend of whole red and white wheat malt and copious amounts of golden honey from Johnson Apiaries in Hermiston, Oregon. We topped it off with citrusy Tangerine hops. 5.3% ABV & 22 IBU

Braggot-st‍‍‍yle Wheat ALe