Cascade Brewing has packaged two of its most popular Northwest Sour Ales for the first time in the brewery’s history. Starting this Friday, August 7, Cascade fans can look forward to drinking Honey Ginger Lime and Honeycot in 12 ounce cans. 

Honey Ginger Lime features sour rye ale aged in oak barrels and foudres for up to 10 months with candied ginger and lime zest, followed by a late infusion of fresh ginger, more lime and local wildflower honey. Lightly sour with a kiss of honey sweetness, Honey Ginger Lime offers an ideal balance of complexity and refreshment (6% ABV). 

Cascade’s Honeycot features sour blond ale aged in oak wine barrels for up to 16 months with fresh Northwest-grown apricots and a late addition of local wildflower honey (7.1% ABV). 
 
Both thirst-quenching beers will be released on August 7 in cans and draft kegs at Cascade’s two Portland pubs: the Cascade Brewing Barrel House at 939 SE Belmont St. and the Lodge at Cascade Brewing at 7424 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. Honey Ginger Lime and Honeycot will also be made available in 12 ounce cans through the brewery’s distribution network and can be ordered for local pickup at CascadeBrewing.shop.

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