Ground Breaker Releases Imperial Darkness Through Their Roll-Up Door Series

(Portland, OR) – Ground Breaker Brewing, the gluten-free destination brewery out of Portland, Oregon, is set to release the darkest beer they’ve ever made. Imperial Darkness will be released through the brewery’s Roll-Up Door Series. Limited quantities in a 22 ounce package and on draught will be available starting January 25th through the brewery and gastropub, located at 2030 SE 7th Ave in Southeast Portland. Imperial Darkness will also be available for online purchase exclusively through Bring on the Beer, the Pacific Northwest's #1 online craft beer store. 

“It’s the darkest beer we’ve ever made,” said Tyler Kueber, brewmaster at Ground Breaker. Kueber pointed out just how long this beer has been in the making, “we’ve been developing this beer for over a year, with the first test batch released exclusively for our Yes We Can! Release Party.”

Imperial Darkness is a 9% ABV imperial dark ale made with deeply roasted chestnuts, lentils, and cacao nibs. Fermented with generous amounts of vanilla and Equal Exchange coffee, this beer has a complex wave of cocoa, coffee, vanilla, and caramel flavor and aroma. With 62 IBU, Nugget and Willamette hops provide just enough bittering for a well-balanced imperial dark ale.

About Bring on the Beer
Bring on the Beer is a trusted online beer store making the most highly sought after, award-winning, hand crafted beers of the Pacific Northwest available to people across the US. We specialize in delivering the best tasting and hardest to find brews anywhere.

About TCHO
TCHO is New American Chocolate. What does it take to make New American Chocolate? Obsession. Obsession with flavor. Obsession with innovation. Obsession over fusing the two to craft the very best chocolate, from bean to bar.

About Equal Exchange
Equal Exchange, a pioneer in Fair Trade since 1986, is a full service provider of high quality, organic coffee, tea, chocolate and other foods to customers across the United States. 100% of Equal Exchange products are fairly traded, benefiting more than 75 small farmer co-operatives in 40 countries around the world. Beans for this Coffee Pale Ale come from Peru, where Equal Exchange has partnered with Cooperativa Nor Andino for nearly 15 years.