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  • Plunderphonics

    Blend Components:
    • 77% American Imperial Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 12 months
    • 22% Imperial Chocolate Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 11 months
    • 11% Imperial Chocolate Stout Aged in Stainless Steel for 14 months
    Plunderphonics is the most intense and aggressive blended stout we have produced to date. It is an adjunct-free blend of imperial stouts that retains punchy, upfront intensity despite having been smoothed with time in barrels.

    char, barrel house, bitter chocolate

    • 12.3 ABV
    • 35 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Skweee

    Blend Components:
    • 50% Imperial Rye Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 11 Months
    • 20% Double Wheat Porter Aged in Maple Bourbon Barrels for 10 Months
    • 20% Chocolate Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 14 Months
    • 10% Smoked Baltic Porter Aged in Rye Whiskey Barrels for 5 Months
     Like its music-genre namesake, Skweee straddles a peculiar line between minimalism and maximalism. Like four of the other five stouts we have released this year, it is free of adjuncts and allows us to explore and highlight the ways in which particular barrels and unadulterated base dark ales interact when blended together.

    plum, viscous, molasses, milk chocolate

    • 12.2 ABV
    • 32 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Toytown Techno

    Imperial Oatmeal Stout Aged in Bourbon and Apple Brandy Barrels Blend Components: 45% Double Oatmeal Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 12 months 33% Triple Oatmeal Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 5 months 11% Barleywine Aged in Apple Brandy Barrels for 26 months 11% Wee Heavy Aged in Bourbon Barrels for 26 months
    • 11.3 ABV
    • 29 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Black & Tan

    Wait, a black and tan? Isn't that a blend of stout and pale ale? Or porter and lager? Or beer and cider? Yes, yes, and no-- that last one is a Snakebite, but let us tell you about Breakside Black & Tan. We love the idea of blending dark and light beers to make something that's different and distinct, more than the sum of its parts. We thought that we'd give it a shot and release our own version. Our take on this age-old idea veers into some uncharted territory by using BOURBON BARREL-AGED STOUT as the 'black' component. The 'tan' is made from young golden beer and some Bourbon barrel-aged Scottish ale. The 40/60 blend of aged and young beer pops with flavor, yet manages to stay easy drinking.

    whiskey highball, milk chocolate, sweet caramel

    • 8.4 ABV
    • 19 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Archipelagos

    Archipelagos is a complex farmhouse cuvée conditioned on calamansi. This beer is a blend of 9 casks from five different batches in our wood cellar, each chosen for its subtle yeast-forward characteristics and soft acidity. In addition to the time spent aging on calamansi, the beer was also lightly dry hopped with whole leaf aged Cascade, which amplifies notes of citrus rind, spice, and apricot.

    citrus rind, spice, and apricot

    • 6.5 ABV
    • 22oz
  • Noble Pilsner

    Noble Pils is one of several versions of a Bohemian, or Czech-style Pilsner, that we make. It has been a popular draft  mainstay at our Slabtown pub for the last few years, and we're excited to scale it up!

    A Refreshing, Bright Golden Bohemian Pilsner

    • 5.6 ABV
    • 34 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Coming Out Party

    Coming Out Party, which originally began as a collaboration with our friends at Comrade Brewing in Denver, is a high octane hazy that hits you hard with tropical, dank, and citrus-heavy hops.

    passionfruit and mango

    • 7.8% ABV
    • 92 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs
  • Cuddle Puddle

    Meet Cuddle Puddle! It's taken us over 4 years and more than 15 pilot batches to finally bring this beer to the big dance and release it widely in draft and cans. That seems pretty crazy when the way of the beer world right now is to package every new recipe, variant, and one-off, right? Why take so long when you don't have to? Easy: this beer was too good, and we didn't want to screw it up when it finally got its shot. Cud Pud, as we affectionately call it, has got loads of thiol-derived richness from Oregon-grown Strata hops that provide big mid-palate pops of blueberry and passionfruit. We complement that with some Citra, also grown in the Willamette Valley, that blasts in with some top notes of tangerine, lime, coriander, and a floral-hay situation. We folded in a bit of Simcoe and Nelson Sauvin for some mild resin and musk, but these are really just accent notes that are there to allow the Oregon hops to shine. It's not just Oregon hops that make this beer fit squarely in the Northwest-vein of West Coast IPA. The ABV is milder than many of the California-inspired IPAs that we have brewed in the last few years, and some mild malt ballast allows notes of brown sugar and sweetened cereal to keep the finish nice and smooth. This is a modern NW IPA made for enjoying with friends as cool weather and rainy days set in-- get ready for winter and cozy up!

    soft tropical fruit, brown sugar, passionfruit, blueberry

    • 6% ABV
    • 52 IBU
    • 6 Pack,Kegs,Cans
  • Salted Caramel Stout

    A collaboration with Salt & Straw Ice Cream, this has been one of our most popular beers over the past few years. The base beer is a full-bodied stout, and we add both sea salt and a specially made caramel to the wort before fermentation. The finished beer is rich and balanced with a luscious caramel flavor in the aroma and mid-palate, a hint of salt in the finish, and a smooth, rich roast character.


    • 7.2 ABV
    • 33 IBU
    • 22oz,Kegs,Cans


Breakside Brewery opened in 2010 in Northeast Portland as a restaurant and pub brewery and has grown to be a highly regarded regional brewery producing 30,000 barrels annually. The brewery is known for its broad portfolio of award-winning, innovative beers. In 2013, Breakside expanded operations to Milwaukie, OR with a production facility and taproom capable of producing 40,000 barrels of beer per year. The brewery opened its third location in 2017— a lively brewpub in the Slabtown district of Northwest Portland. In 2019, Breakside became one of only a handful of employee-owned breweries in the country.


In addition to winning many national, international, and regional awards for its beers, Breakside was named Brewery of the Year in 2017 and 2019 at the Oregon Beer Awards and the 2018 Best of Craft Beer Awards. Breakside sells beer on draft and in package in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Massachusetts, and Northern California.