Oakshire Brewing to Release Winter Seasonal Ill-Tempered Gnome

Oakshire Brewing Company of Eugene, Oregon has released their newest Seasonal Beer, Ill-Tempered Gnome throughout the state of Oregon on draft and in 22-ounce bottles. This winter seasonal is a complex brown ale with an underlying American hop punch. At 6.8% abv, the Gnome provides, bitter, roasty, chocolate, pine resin, citrus, dark fruit, coffee and sweet flavors all in one glass.

“Ill-Tempered Gnome is wonderful winter warmer. We used 6 specialty malts and 5 different American hops to craft this big, yet very approachable Northwest-style brown,” explains Brewmaster Matt Van Wyk.“

According to Jeff Althouse, Co-Founder of Oakshire brewing, “We are very excited to release a third beer in bottles. Bottles of Watershed IPA and the award-winning Overcast Espresso Stout have been very well received. We are pleased to introduce Oregon to a third member of the Oakshire family.”

Sample the Gnome

Ill-Tempered Gnome will be available throughout Oregon during the winter months. The Oakshire team will be on hand at The Beer Stein on Wed., Nov. 4 from 6-8pm to give patrons a sample of the new beer. You will also find the crew in Portland on Nov. 12 for the Beer Belly dinner at Eastburn and November 17th at Green Dragon for Meet the Brewer.

About Oakshire Brewing Company

Oakshire Brewing Company of Eugene, OR was founded in October 2006 by Native Oregonian brothers Jeff and Chris Althouse. With the singular goal of brewing the highest quality artisan beer, Oakshire has become recognized for consistently brewing fresh, unique and delicious beers in relatively small batches. Oakshire has an active blog on the web at http://oakbrew.com and they also offer brewery tours and beer tasting at their brewery every Saturday from 12-4pm. The brewery is located at 1055 Madera Street in Eugene. They can be reached at info@oakbrew.com or at (541) 688-4555.

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