Upper Left Beerfest: The full pour list

Find every type of beer, cider and more served at this year’s Upper Left Beer Fest in Everett.

By Aaron Swaney / Special to The Herald

Hop heads, cider fans and kombucha lovers will have plenty of pours to try at this year’s Upper Left Beerfest. Read on for the full pour list.

Crucible Brewing, Everett

Arc Furnace, German Style Pilsner: 4.8% ABV, Bright, clear, and straw-colored, with crisp flavor and a pleasant herbal bitterness from Hallertau and Millennium hops. Light and approachable.

Pink Drink, Raspberry Kettle Sour: 4.5% ABV, Pink Drink is a lightly tart and refreshing kettle sour brewed with fresh raspberry puree. Pours a lovely pink color, making it as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate.

Blood Orange Hef “Smith & Weizen”: 5.1% ABV, a brilliant golden, unfiltered Bavarian Hefeweizen with juicy citrus and moderate banana and clove flavor on the nose, balanced by a biscuity malt profile. Real blood orange fruit puree is added to give this beer a fun “Mimosa-like” feel.

Twice Tempered: 9% ABV, a big Double IPA with big flavor but well balanced. Doesn’t taste like you’re sipping on a 9% beer, that’s for sure!

Bourbon Barrel Aged “Putin Out Stout”: 10.5% ABV, an awesome Russian Imperial Stout aged in Port Whiskey Barrels from Woodinville Whiskey. This 6th Anniversary beer is full of chocolate, coffee and survivalism. Good luck riding this bear!

Over the Mountains: 6.6% ABV, a home and away collaboration with Humble Abode Brewing out of Spokane! We designed a recipe together and then both brewed the “same” beer on our different brew systems! One Brewed at Crucible the other at Humble. This Hazy New England IPA is aggressively hopped with some of our favorites: Simcoe, Amarillo and Mosaic hops. LINC Genie Pale rounds out the grain bill. Cheers to East vs. West of the Mountains!

Can you feel the Shawn Tonight: 10% ABV, a collaboration with Darach Brewing out of Bellingham in honor of ShawnFest 2022. Cocoa and Vanilla flavors blend well with a hearty stout backend.

Falsely Hard Seltzer: 4.2% ABV, Crucible’s very own Hard Seltzer. Clean and mildly tart on its own or jazz it up with a fruit shot for a burst of flavor!

Soundbite Cider, Everett

La Paloma: Featuring grapefruit, sea salt and lime

Plum Oolong: Plum Tea Blend

Middleton Brewing, Everett

Little Dog Session IPA: 4.5% ABV, brewed exclusively for Pints and Pups!

Big Dog Tangerine Triple IPA: 10.2% ABV, 9th Anniversary Beer

Bugu Brewing, Monroe

Unti 107 Hazy Pale Ale: 5.6% ABV, 20 IBUs, this double dry-hopped pale ale starts with an aroma of juicy tropical fruits and notes of red berries, partnered with a smooth, silky mouthfeel and dry finish. It’s as drinkable as your favorite Pale Ale with the flavors you crave out of a Hazy IPA.

Ozzy Old Ale: 7.2% ABV, 30 IBUs, built off of 8 different Malts from Skagit Valley Malting, Ozzy has a medium body and full mouthfeel, filled with malty flavors of caramel, toffee, and dark breads, while still having a vein of slight herbal bitterness throughout to keep this beer in balance.

Republic Of Cider, Seattle

Sun Wukong Jie Jie Winter Melon Lemon: 6.7% ABV

George’s Washington Cider: 6.3% ABV

Lake Stevens Brewing, Lake Stevens

Shuggademic: Strong Ale, 9.4% ABV, 45 IBUs, we added brown sugar to make it so smooth to make you wanna punch yo mama in the mouth.

Sunset Cove: Hazy IPA (NEIPA), 6.3% ABV, 35 IBUs, Citra and Eldorado hops

Dublin Up: Irish Stout, 5% ABV, 37 IBUs, roasty yet creamy smooth. Notes of bittersweet chocolate and a light coffee aroma. When one’s not enough, you’ll end up Dublin Up!

Regatta Guava: Guava Wheat, 4.7% ABV, 17 IBUs, wheat beer meets Cascade Beer Candi’s guava infusion. Smooth juicy guava flavors meld with a refreshingly light and sessionable wheat beer.

Glory Bucha, Arlington

Hard Bucha Peach Hops: 6% ABV, made with organic peach concentrate, apple juice, citrus hops

Hard Bucha / Pineapple Pizzazz: 6% ABV, made with organic pineapple juice, apple juice

Berry Mix A lot and Passion Fruit and Basil Kombucha: Non-Alcoholic Option

Hammered Dwarf Cider, Snohomish

Scumble: Dry Rum barrel aged Cider

Thorrikk’s Flamerule Peach: Semi-Sweet Whiskey barrel aged Peach Cider

Wizard’s Elixir: Traditional English style Dry Cider

Georgetown Brewing, Seattle

Gusto Crema Coffee Ale: 4.2% ABV, building on Gusto Crema blend, a medium roasted bean from our friends at Caffè Umbria, we made a smooth, rich cream ale. This beer has roasted flavor, aroma, and color from cold brew coffee. Smooth, rich mouthfeel comes from oats and Munich malt. Gold medal winner in the Coffee Beer category at the Great American Beer Festival in 2016! Contains lactose.

Lili IPA: 6.5% ABV, a refreshing, bright and super drinkable IPA with hints of tropical fruit.

Johnny Utah Pale Ale: 5.6% ABV, with heavy grapefruit, citrus and resin in the nose, this light colored ale has minimal malt interference, giving the beer a clean finish without a cloying bitterness. Pronounced grapefruit and pine flavors with a faint verdant note. American-style Pale Ale gold medal winner at 2019 GABF.

Shilling Hard Cider, Seattle

Excelsior Mango: 9.1% ABV, tropical cider bursting with ripe mangos, heirloom cider apples and a perfect squeeze of lime.

Excelsior Red Glo: 8.1% ABV, tart, blush, and slightly sweet this cider has a complex and tannic finish.

Mountain Mule: 6.9% ABV, zesty blend of tangy ginger, juicy lime, and fresh pressed cider.

Big Zesty: 6.9% AB, a paradise of sweet guava nectar and tangy lemon juice.

Whitewall Brewing, Marysville

Uncle Amber: ABV: 5.3%, IBUs 2, a sweet aroma of graham cracker and baked bread paired with a medium body balancing the rich malt flavors and soft hop character from cascade hops

Boss’s Orders: ABV: 6.2%, IBUs: 70, a reminder of the days when Beer was hoppy and hoppy was good. A bouquet of Cascade, Centennial. Simcoe and Amarillo bring fantastic flavor and hop goodness to this refreshing throwback

Sound2Summit Brewing, Snohomish

Schools Out For Summer: ABV: 6.6% , IBUs 35, showcasing Galaxy hops from Australia and US grown Mosaic hops, this beer is bursting with aromas of ripe mango and papaya. Juicy flavors of citrus, guava, and star fruit coat your palate with every sip, bringing forth a truly tropical and otherworldly sensation that transports you to places far and abroad. We wanted to create a beer that represented a true Summer vacation for those who care for our kids as much as we do. Close your eyes and sip the sunshine from your favorite destination because you deserve it….then open your eyes and order another because it is just that good!

Lager 180: ABV 4.8%, IBUs 15, beautifully crisp, clear, and crushable, Lager 180 is an American Premium Lager that we can be proud of. Every ingredient in Lager 180 is sourced from within 180 miles of the brewery. Fritz Pilsner malt from Skagit Valley malting lends delicate notes of Ritz cracker and clover honey. Sterling hops from Yakima provide just enough bitterness to balance the malt. And yeast grown in house bring it all together. So sit back and enjoy the sunshine while putting back a true taste of the Northwest.

Peanut Butter Porter: ABV 6.3%, IBUs 30, always a fan favorite, the Peanut Butter Porter is a beer that is light in body but strong on flavor. It pours a medium brown color with a tan head and carries a smooth peanut butter character all the way from the nose to palate. Not overly sweet, but just the right amount of peanut butter goodness.

Locust Cider, Gig Harbor

Blackberry: ABV 6%, dry. Complex and tart cider made from Washington apples and blackberries.

Cold Pressed: 5% ABV, semi-dry. Cold pressed Washington Newtown Pippin apples. Perfectly balanced with unfiltered, cold pressed heirloom Newtown Pippin apples.

Juicy Peach: 6% ABV, sweet. Washington Apples blended with peach juice.

Lazy Boy Brewing, Everett

Dirty Daisy Hazy IPA: ABV 6.2%, Hops: Citra and Strata – Infused with Pineapple, it’s Hawaii in a glass!

Diamond Knot Brewing, Mukilteo

Cantina Lager: Star Party IPA

Meatheads Smokehouse & Beer Works, Lake Stevens

Moose & Squirrel: 7.0% ABV, 45 IBUs

Pink Lady Raspberry Blonde: 5.2% ABV, 25 IBUs

Rusty Roof Red IPA: 7.2% ABV, 52 IBUs

Three Bull Brewing, Snohomish

Camp Bitch Blonde Ale: 5.5% ABV, 23 IBUs, made in the traditional Blonde Pale Ale style we added lemon zest to the boil to give it a refreshing finish. This beer is very enjoyable with superb taste.

Racked Blackberry IPA: 6.2% ABV, 65 IBUs, an easy drinking, medium bodied beer, with hints of bitterness that is packed with flavor. It has a subtle blackberry finish. Brewed with North American malts and hops. An AWARD winning IPA that has a huge following.

Toasted Marshmallow Porter: 5.6% ABV, 34 IBUs, welcome in the cold weather and imagine sitting around the campfire with our Toasted Marshmallow Porter. Brewed with Chocolate, Roasted, and Smoke malts. These malts combine for a balance of sweetness that pairs well with the infused marshmallow.

Blood Orange Red X: 6.3% ABV, 57 IBUs, the star of our Spring release beer is the distinctive blood orange. The ruby colored flesh of the blood orange is a perfect compliment to the RED X Malt use to brew this beer. Expect lots of bright citrus notes from the real fruit infusion. Developed with a go big or go home, take no prisoners, approach.

Mango IPA: 11.8% ABV, 20 IBUs

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