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
In 19th century Germany, pilsners were all the rage so Munchen brewers created a malty hoppy beer of their own called Helles. pFriem Helles Lager builds on that history with a toasty lager that’s savory and smooth with aromas of fresh bread and a hint of honey. So let’s toast this beer’s storied and delicious history with a hearty, “Helles Yeah!”
4.8% / 25 IBUs
Nutella, Baked Apple, Dark Chocolate, Raisins
4.7% / 15 IBUs
pFriem’s Köslch-style ale is our nod to the rich history and heritage of the style. Brewed here in Oregon (not in Cologne, Germany), this light ale tantalizes with notes of ripening pear, flowers and biscuits and a dry alluring finish. Have one. The future is here.
4.8% / 17 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
The great brewmasters of the Pacific Northwest are reverent of the past and its brewing traditions, but never cease to look forward, tinkering and experimenting to create flavors that are uniquely bold and new. Case-in-point, Pfriem’s Blonde IPA— Its refreshing blast of citrus and secret ingredient (sunshine) will have you looking forward to another before even enjoying its just bitter enough finish.
6.3% / 50 IBUs
Say g’day to an ale brewed with some of Australia’s finest hops. pFriem Down Under IPA is a bright copper beer overflowing with notes of strawberry, kiwi, citrus and huckleberry. So let’s raise our pints to a beer packed with more hops than a western brush wallaby.
7.2% / 65 IBUs
Building on an already great tradition of American Pale Ales, pFriem Bright Pale Ale is bursting with fruity, tropical brightness. Notes of white grapes, pineapple, pine and tropical aromas of honeydew melon and passion fruit will lead you to a crisp, fruity, and clean finish. One sip will brighten anyone’s day!
5.0% / 33 IBUs
There must be at least one Irish drinking song about delicious Dry Irish Stout. pFriem’s own jet black, tan-foamed stout, melds dark chocolate and coffee flavors, with a dry, roasty finish that will leave you singing its praises— whether you’re Irish or not.
8.1% / 45 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
We’ve added some zest to our traditional farmhouse Saison— Lemon zest that is. Let the large citrus, and apricot flavors of pFriem’s Lemon Zest Farmhouse Ale greet your taste buds before a finish that’s creamy, refreshing and tart.
6.2% / 29 IBUs
Winter is when the strongest Saisons were brewed. In fact, these super brews were so coveted that they were saved to celebrate Christmas. Of course, December need not come for you to enjoy our pFriem Super Saison. A thick, meringue-like foamy head sits atop big aromas of pineapple and papaya. Savor these bright flavors while a subtle warming fills your tummy. Merry Christmas, gullet!
9.5% / 38 IBUs
pFriem Brett Beersel Pale starts with a Belgian-inspired Pale Ale base but when the wild yeast is added the real magic begins. Floral aromas of pineapple, lemon zest and agave, and complex notes of tangerine and pie cherry unleash themselves culminating in a tropical and effervescent finish.
6.9% / 30 IBUs
Every batch of pFriem Flanders Blonde spends eighteen months in an oak barrel where it inherits the flavors and aromas of the Pinot Noir that was once aged in the very same cask. Now overflowing with notes of green apple, hints of lemon zest and a spritzy finish, this ale is definitely ready for a glass of its very own.
7.2% / 9 IBUs
Watermelon, Papaya, Pina Colada
6.9% / 19 IBUs
We use 2.7 pounds of fresh apricots per gallon of our Lambic-inspired ale to make pFriem Abrikoos. That may sound like a lot, but once you taste the pungent aromas of sweet dried apricots, grape, and cantaloupe and tart and tangy notes of baked lemons, pineapple nectar and canned peaches, we think you’ll agree, it’s just right.
5.4% / 6 IBUs
Take year-old Lambic-inspired ale, add juicy, organic peaches and magic happens— they became one, gushing with bright acidity, nutty undertones and a tart, tangy finish. It does take eight more months of aging, but it’s well worth the wait.
5.8% / 6 IBUs