Monday, April 8

Double Mountain Four Horsemen Series Tap Takeover

Portland, OR – Join Double Mountain brewery and Bazi on Friday, April 12 from 5-9 PM as we drink our weekend to Tax Day with a special tap takeover featuring the beers from the Four Horsemen series. You've probably had one here and there, now is your opportunity to have all four in one place.

Beers of the Apocalypse: WHITE RIDER OF CONQUEST: Strong Belgian-style Blonde Ale
A big, golden-hued flavor bomb with heady alcohol and silky mouthfeel. Abundantly estery yeast notes underpinned by enticing hoppiness. “Perilously drinkable” (to cop a phrase from Michael Jackson, the Beer Hunter). First of the "Four Horsemen" series.
8.7% ABV, 29 BU

Beers of the Apocalypse:
RED WAR: Strong Belgian-style Red Ale
A big yet very approachable beer. Lots of fruity complexity (banana, cherry, apricot), without a lot of the smoky phenols and higher alcohol notes of many Belgian ale strains. The fermentation finished dry, but with residual sweetness from a blend of light and dark crystal malts. Installment #2 in "Four Horsemen" series.
8.4% ABV, 30 BU

BLACK FAMINE: Belgian-style Quad
The third in the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse series, Famine brings you closer to the dark side. Black and chocolate malts were used sparingly so as to not get in the way of the wonderful dark fruit esters characteristic to the Ardennes yeast strain. The nose gives you toffee, dark fruit, and raisin, while a creamy vanilla rounds out the middle. Fruit and ripe banana flavors hang on the tongue, finishing bright.
8.5% ABV, 40 BU

PALE DEATH: Strong Belgian-style Imperial IPA
A single hop beer using a huge amount of Mosaic hops with a large dry-hop addition gives a great aroma of Kiwi, mango, and pineapple with spiciness from the Ardennes yeast (coriander, orange peel). Flavors of orange and mango are balanced by danky (garlic/onion notes), subtle yeast and an alcohol warming. Well balanced malt flavor and dry finish.
9.3% ABV, 75 BU

An Event Taster Tray will be available for $8 - featuring 5 oz pours of each beer. Individual glasses will also be available for purchase. For more information about these and other events call 
503-234-8888 or visit


If Monks lived in Portland, this would be their watering hole. Bazi is located in the heart of Hawthorne, just south on SE 32nd Ave. A full service bar, Bazi brings centuries of brewing expertise under one roof by pouring domestic and imported Belgian craft beers. Wine and a premium liquor selection compliment many along with signature cocktails. The food menu blends a heritage influenced by the French, Dutch and German. Just like the European tradition, Bazi embraces all local sport teams and encourages enthusiasts to gather together to cheer for your local team on a 114” HDTV!

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