pFriem Family Brewing



Very robust nose for a pilsner, with high IBUs, this Pilsner is quite floral on the nose. Fresh grass is correct in the flavor, and this a very good pilsner, even though it is a touch different than a standard pilsner.


Zounds! This IPA, while harkening back to England, is clearly a West-Coast tropical IPA. With a lovely hop body, this beer has all the hallmarks of pineapple and guava that we expect from a tropical American IPA. This is a solid IPA, even if it is not wholly unique.

Flanders Red Ale
Sour cherry nose makes you think this beer will be more sour than it is, however it is only slightly tart. It has a very smooth mouthfeel, almost as if its on nitro, but this beer is robust and fun with a lot of funk, sherry, and oak.

Final Thoughts on pFriem Family Brewing

We really enjoyed the beer from pFriem and would really like to visit again. The beer was all excellent and unique. If you like good Belgian beers and live in Oregon, absolutely give pFriem a try!

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