LET’S MEET UP FOR A BEER

While we thoroughly enjoy crafting beer that piques taste buds, we find it most rewarding when pFriem beer brings people together. Be it a backyard barbecue, an apres-ski gathering, a company picnic or a wedding celebration, we couldn’t be more thrilled to see our beer contributing to and being part of the special moments that bond communities and create great memories.

Join us for a pFriem Family Brewers event and meet fellow brewers, chefs, musicians, athletes, event organizers, and supporters who inspire us every day. Browse our Facebook calendar of events below for an event that interests you, and we’ll see you there!

FEATURED EVENT

MEET THE FARMER

THURSDAY, AUGUST 30TH FROM 5-7PM

pFriem Family Brewers | Bear's Den | 707 Portway Ave, Hood River, OR 97031

JOIN US!
Enjoy complimentary beer & cider tastings and meet our peach farmer, Silas from Rack & Cloth.

ABOUT RACK & CLOTH

Rack & Cloth is a small, diverse farm and cidery located in Mosier Oregon. The farm was started in 2008 by Silas Bleakley. They grow primarily peaches and apples, though they also grow asparagus, plums, apricots, as well as raise a small number of chickens, sheep, and pigs. They strive to create a closed-loop system on the farm. For example, the unsaleable fruit and produce is fed to the animals, which in turn create manure for them to compost and then reapply to the land to supply nutrients back to the plants.

The cidery began in 2012 as a project to allow them to use their own fruit to create a premium product. Rack & Cloth only press fruit once a year in the fall and typically ferment and age the cider for at least a year before its release. The ethos that guides them is to start with good fruit and stay out of the way. Most of the ciders are fermented and aged in oak on lees. It is unfiltered and unfined, dry and complex cider.

The Pêche cider is a 2016 dry cider aged 10 months on whole fruit. Off-dry. It shows peach essence and depth from prolonged skin and flesh contact.