The story of pilsner starts in 19th century Bohemia when a Bavarian monk smuggled a special yeast to a brewmaster in Pilsen. The story of pFriem Pilsner starts in the Pacific Northwest where it acquires the aroma of fresh grass and flowers and a touch of honey. While there are no monks involved in this pilsner, there is still a crisp and spicy finish.
4.9% / 38 IBUs
Want a classical Pilsner with a West Coast twist? Try pFriem Hoppy Pils. New school German hops give the beer its unique aromas of wild flowers, ripening strawberries and lemon grass, with tangy, herbal notes of bright berries, spearmint, and lavender. The zesty, earthy finish make this crisp, clean, hop forward Pils a ‘Go-To’ again and again.
5.2% / 38 IBUs
Golden, Toasty, Smoked
4.8% / 23 IBUs
Toffee, Nutella, Biscuit, Raisin
5.1% / 18 IBUs
When the first Pale Ales were sailed around the Cape to arrive in India in the early 18th century, outcries of "Zounds! Jolly Good! And Huzzah!" were heard across the East Indian subcontinent. Similar exclamations are to be expected when sniffing the piney aroma and tasting the big hops, huge citrus, and candylike malt of our own IPA.
7.2% / 65 IBUs
“Dank” is a popular but hard-to-define adjective used to describe hops but we’ve done our best to define it in pFriem Dank IPA. This light copper ale shines with flavors of tropical fruit, hints of blueberry and a fresh hoppy finish. You might not be able to describe the dankness to your friends but you’ll understand it after one sip.
7.8% / 70 IBUs
Clementine, Starfruit, Kiwi, Ripe Cantaloupe
7.5% / 45 IBUs
Clementine, Tropical, Fluffy
7.9% / 35 IBUs
Mango, Tropical Fruit, Zing!
5.5% / 15 IBUs
Some say the origin of this ale is shrouded in a dark mystery. Others say its origin can be traced back to the Cascadia region, where it was named. We say stop reading already and enjoy this hoppy brew with its tanned marshmallow-like foam top, while the aroma of fresh-cut Douglas fir and delicate scent of toffee dance below the surface. After all, some mysteries are best left unknown, while others are left to be drunk.
7.5% / 70 IBUs
Belgians say, “Op uw gezondheid’” when toasting, but you don’t have to speak Flemish to appreciate the bold, complex flavors of fig dipped in dark chocolate, ripe fruit and toffee in this immense Ale. Op uw gezondheid!
10% / 38 IBUs
Flemish etiquette implores you to wait and see if your host offers a toast before sipping your drink. Where this Belgian Strong Blonde is concerned, pFriem sees things differently. Waiting to taste a perfect harmony of strength and elegance, while sniffing its pear and clove bouquet is like torture. Clean maltiness, invigorating effervescence, and just enough bitterness wait for no one.
7.5% / 30 IBUs
It is considered polite in Belgium to stand for a toast. Stand now, and raise a glass to sweet aromas of orange and spice, light-creamy flavor and a refreshing finish. Here’s looking at you, Wit.
5.1% / 18 IBUs
Mexican Hot Chocolate, Roasty, Spicy
8.1% / 45 IBUs
Pineapple, Banana, Clove
6.0% / 30 IBUs
Back in the early 20th century, farmhouses in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, would brew this beer in the winter, only to be consumed in the summer by their farm hands called Saisoners. These beers are known for being tart, lite on the palate, dry, fruity and complex. So, tilt your head back and assume an open mouth position while we pay homage to this classic with a series of four different Saison beers for you to enjoy. Cheers!
9.5% / 38 IBUs
This amazing collaboration starts with a Belgian Pale base that is aged in Chardonnay barrels with a saccharomyces yeast. We then dry hop and bottle condition it with farmhouse yeast. Happy 10th anniversary to our pals at Bailey’s!
5.5% / 15 IBU’s
Riesling grapes from Brooks Estate Vineyard mixed with our Lambic-inspired base imbue pFriem’s Druif with inviting aromas of fresh bread and berries. With notes of delicate rose petals, pear and green apple, and its dry, sparkly finish, you may think it’s fine wine, but it’s beer— we promise.
7.3% / 6 IBUs
The first Imperial Stouts were high-alcohol concoctions brewed for Czar Peter the Great of Russia. Our own Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout absorbs the tannins of Oola Distiller’s Bourbon Barrels for a full year, resulting in huge roasted malt, chocolate mousse, coconut and ripe cherry flavors that may leave you feeling like a bit of a monarch yourself!
11.5% / 70 IBUs
Our Scotch Barrel Aged Imperial Brown is a complex and dynamic, malty beer, aged in single malt scotch barrels. It’s aromas of toffee and nutmeg, bold flavors of creamy vanilla bean and cinnamon, and round, warm finish make it a must taste for pFriem lovers and Scotch lovers alike.
10.5% / 45 IBUs