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Weeklong event will feature beers from all five Oregon City-based breweries

Fresh-hop season is in full swing as Coin Toss Brewing hosts "OC Fresh Hop Showcase" through Sunday, Oct. 6. Six different beers brewed by Oregon City's five breweries are on tap.

COURTESY PHOTO - Chip Conlon, new head brewer, pulls in a batch of fresh hops with Tim Hohl, founder of Coin Toss Brewing in Oregon City."As brewers, this is absolutely our favorite time of the beer year," said Tim Hohl, founder of Coin Toss Brewing. "There is so much delicious local beer happening in Oregon City, we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to show off what our hometown breweries can create with this once-a-year style."

Featured beers produced by all of the breweries in the Oregon City area include:

Bent Shovel Brewing: Fresh Cent IPA

A pilsner base features lemony citrus fresh Centennial hops.

7% ABV, 60ish IBU

Coin Toss Brewing:

Fresh Hop Mosaic Pale

Mosaic hops from B&D Farms in St. Paul were harvested just hours before ending up in the brew kettle to produce this floral and fruity beer.

5.5% ABV, 66ish IBU

Feckin Irish Brewing:

For Fresh Sake

Copious amounts of fresh Citra from Silverton were used in this brew that steeped for hours to pull out as much flavor as possible before fermentation.

6.2% ABV, 70ish IBU

Oregon City Brewing: Mello Amarillo

OCB's first fresh hop beer of 2019 is a super citrusy session IPA with Amarillo hops from Crosby Hop Farm in Woodburn.

4.8% ABV, 40 IBU

Shattered Oak Brewing: Crystal Freshie

Crystal hops provide a subtle bite and mellow spicy notes.

5.4% ABV, 50ish IBU

Shattered Oak Brewing: Oral Fixation

Citras hops result in a crisp beer.

6.0% ABV, 60ish IBU

These beers are available by the flight or pint at the Coin Toss Brewing taproom, 14214 Fir St., Suite H, Oregon City. Limited amounts are available to go in 32-ounce crowlers.

Taproom hours are 3-8 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, noon-8 p.m. Saturday, and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit CoinTossBrewing.com.


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