You might know about our “tweaking” process with Jammer, as we work to dial in the various flavor components. But Jammer is also probably the beer we have the most fun experimenting with after we brew it. It’s just so versatile.
Netarts Bay, where we harvest the sea salt for Jammer, is an oyster haven… ‘Netarts’ literally means ‘Oyster’ in the native Tillamook language, and the bay is home to millions of the bivalves.
The River Gose is a small, salty river tucked away in Lower Saxony, Germany. Maybe not exactly the sort of scene you might think would change beer history forever.
For Sixpoint Jammer, we chose to introduce the salt in our gose from another water source – More »
Hundreds of years ago, on the banks of the river Gose, a new type of beer was brewing. It was sour, salty, and slammin’…
Brewers used naturally salinated river water and special souring techniques to create a savory, extra-tart, refreshing beer that quickly became a prized (and costly) regional delicacy.
Everyone knows that moment… when you need the right craft brew to bring it all home. Whether it’s in the morning when you wake up, shake up, hop outta bed, damn that floor is cold! Need something HOT to get the juices flowing. You’ve got your ritual: grind it, mash it, steep it, pour it over, finish with CREAM. More »
The eyeball is the prism that transmits light into image; your palate transmits loads of hop resin and flavor compounds ripping through your brain… More »
There’s no denying it. The beer climate is changing.
Ironically enough, a beer founded on change has now become our longest running seasonal offering. Global Warmer was actually the beer that got us re-thinking the seasonal program, and kick-started the Mad Science that is “Cycliquids,” our unpredictable, ever-rotating series of new formulations.
- @BillLefchuck if you thought it was in a 6er before, you may be confusing it with RESIN.