Sweet Heat

By: Burnside Brewing

Product Description: Burnside Brewing - Sweet Heat - 22 oz Bottle

  • Size: 22 oz Bottle
  • Type: Specialty / Fruit Beer
  • Alcohol Content: 4.90% ABV
  • Region: Portland, Oregon
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What's on the bottle...

Burnside Sweet Heat is a gold medal winning wheat ale with an addition of 200 pounds of Apricot puree, then dry hopped with imported Jamaican Scotch Bonnet peppers. Reminiscent of a Caribbean chutney, Sweet Heat has a subtle tartness from the fruit with a slight spiciness from the peppers which also adds a fruitiness to the aroma. Excitedly the heat may vary due to the nature of the pepper.

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Burnside Sweet Heat, as all Burnside Beer is unfiltered. This requires an increased time commitment, but pays dividends in the depth, character, and flavor profile of our offerings.

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