3-course menu paired with beer for $45. Available for dinner only. Menu items are also available a la carte.
• Oregon Albacore Poke: sesame, soy, chili, fresh Centennial hops, avocado puree, scallion, potato chip
4 oz tasting of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop Lucille IPA
• Smoked Pork Chop: bone-in pork chop, poblano and Beecher’s white cheddar grits, grilled haricot verts, pickled Tonnemaker peppers, pork jus
14 oz of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop Johnny Utah Pale Ale
• Spiced Chocolate Pot de Crème: cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, star anise, house made churros
4 oz tasting of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop 9lb Porter
Through the month of Oct. or until supplies last.
We're digging into the cellar again and pulling up some vintage kegs that all weigh in at 9% abv or more!
Avery Samael's Oaked Strong 2014 (16%)
Dogfish Head World Wide Stout 2016 (18%)
Evil Twin Yin Imperial Stout 2016 (10%)
Great Divide Oak Yeti Imperial Stout 2016 (9.5%)
pFriem Cognac Barrel Belgian Dark 2017 (10.3%)
Décima Beer Flights & Food Specials
Events Open to All Ages & Free
12-4pm Madison Grove Farm Petting Zoo
3-6pm 3-Play Ricochet (Live Bluegrass)
8-10pm Dead Rock West (Live Rock)
… Naked City is incredibly grateful to all the craft beer lovers, families and neighbors who have supported the Brewery over ten years. Thank you!
Naked City has a bundle of exciting news to celebrate, including anniversary parties at both pubs, a new Mug Club in Greenwood, and the big announcement that most Naked City beers are gluten removed. Naked City is also running a photo contest for the best memories of Naked City—the winning entry gets a prize package valued at $300 that includes a Greenwood Mug Club Membership. All eligible entries must be submitted via Facebook by October 14.
Come on down and “Do the Décima” on Saturday, October 20, at the Greenwood pub, with flights and samples available of all ten Naked City anniversary collaboration beers. Try each unique 10-for-10 beer brewed with Pike, 21stAmendment, Silver City, Farmstrong, Lazy Boy,Varietal, Flying Bike/Lantern/Lowercase, Aaron Blonden, Tomas Munoz, and Larry Rock. Customers who complete a Décima punch-card will receive a complimentary 10th Anniversary beer glass.
The Greenwood party features Louisiana-inspired food specials and a petting zoo with Madison Grove Farms. Bring the kids to hang out with the rabbits, goats, and miniature horses. At 3pm, 3-Play Ricochet plays live bluegrass in the Screening Room, followed by the legendary California punk roots duo Dead Rock West at 8pm.
Surprise! Naked City has been secretly removing gluten from most of its house-brewed beers for nearly two years. During this time, Naked City’s pub in Seattle has been the highest-rated brewpub in Washington on Ratebeer.com. Naked City is brewing the same great beer you love—the announcement doesn’t change a thing! Unless you’re keeping an eye on your gluten intake. Naked City beers are gluten removed using Brewer’s Clarex®, a natural way to break down the gluten in malted barley to less than ten parts-per-million.
And to celebrate ten great years of beer with friends, the Greenwood pub is launching its first Mug Club. There are many sweet perks for Club Members—find out all the details at the anniversary party and get the Early Bird Special on a 2019 Membership, which includes two free months! Folks can also pre-order limited edition brewer’s shirts, and pick up special anniversary t-shirts, Yankee Drifter 6-packs, and the 2018 vintage of Naked City’s award-winning The Big Lebrewski, available on draft and limited edition 22 oz bottles.
The Décima party continues at the Camano pub on Saturday, November 3, with Décima flights and food specials. Both Naked City pubs feature the best beer, food, and culture in the region, with award-winning house and guest beers, wines, and ciders alongside gourmet comfort food prepared in kitchens with gluten-free fryers.
Check out complete beer lists and event schedules at drink.nakedcity.beer.
Our neighbors have delivered the fresh hops, now we are going to enjoy the fruits of everyone’s labor with the Fresh Hop Block Party. Fresh Hopped Beer, games, food trucks, music with the Naughty Blokes and Groovebot and extra special this time – a cider press and harvest swap with the Chuckanut Center who will receive a percentage of proceeds of beer sales.
Free to attend; pumpkin and carving kit: $18 per person, $20 at the door
All ages welcome
It isn’t officially Halloween until the pumpkins have been carved! Come out for a day of carving pumpkins while watching some Halloween classics like Hocus Pocus, It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, and The Nightmare Before Christmas at McMenamins Anderson School’s Haynes Hall. Head outside to the Square to enjoy some live music by The Best Intentions, BBQ, face painting, a costume contest and more.
Two Simple Proofs of Global Warming:
The "smoking guns" that prove fossil fuels are warming the Earth.
Saturday, October 24th: Doors open @6:30 lecture @7pm
Free event - Seating is limited, come early!
Location: Worthy Hop Mahal
Humans burning fossil fuels are responsible for 100% of the excess heat building up in our oceans and atmosphere, but half the people you know are ideologically preconditioned to reject that fact. Too much of its supporting evidence comes from sources they don't trust, and the sources they do trust provide them with an ample supply of alternative facts.
Fortunately, basic science has given us two "smoking guns" that provide the solid proof laying the blame squarely on fossil fuels. They are easy to understand, and no part of either proof is in any dispute. Here are your two talking points that will make you invincible in any global warming conversation.
About the speaker:
Science writer Brian Dunning is the host and producer of the Skeptoid podcast (skeptoid.com) with a weekly audience of 127,000 listeners, and the author of seven books on scientific skepticism. He has appeared on numerous radio shows and television documentaries, and also hosts the science video series inFact with Brian Dunning (infactvideo.com). A computer scientist by trade, Brian uses new media to showcase the rewards of science and critical thinking. He is a member of the National Association of Science Writers and lives in central Oregon with his family.
PORTLAND, Ore. … Lompoc Brewing recently took home a Gold Medal for its Lomporter Premium Northwest Porter at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival® in Denver, Colo. The Portland brewery will celebrate its historic win with a Lomporter Lomparty on Friday, October 26, from 4pm to 10pm at Sidebar, Lompoc’s barrel tasting room located at 3901 N Williams Ave. The event is for ages 21 and up.
The Lomporter Lomparty will feature a Dark Beer Taster Tray for $16 that will include its award-winning Lomporter, as well as 2009 Bourbon Barrel Aged Monster Mash, 2010 Batch 69 Baltic Porter, 2012 Black Mamba Sour Stout, 2016 8 Malty Nights, and 2018 Monster Mash Imperial Porter.
At 7pm, Lompoc owner Jerry Fechter and Head Brewer Bryan Keilty will oversee a cake cutting ceremony featuring a rich chocolate cake made with Lomporter, with complimentary slices for attendees.
Guests who wear black in honor of the occasion will receive a gratis raffle ticket; there will be several drawings for a number of Lompoc prizes. The event will also offer Lomporter six packs for sale, with one six pack featuring a hidden gold coin. The lucky purchaser who finds the gold coin will win a brew day at Lompoc Brewing. Attendees can also visit and take photos with Lompoc’s cast of mascots, including Geraldo Brewvana and Sir Pamplemousse.
Lomporter is a classic robust porter that offers a creamy taste of dark chocolate complemented by dark cherry and hints of coffee. Brewed with dark wheat, rauch, and chocolate malts, this beer strikes a fine balance between heavy and light. It’s robust enough to sip, but smooth enough to have another. It comes in at 6.4 percent ABV and is available in 12-oz. cans and on draft.
Lomporter won its gold medal in the robust porter category, out of a total of 91 entries. This marks the second GABF medal win for Lompoc; the Portland brewery took home a silver for its classic Proletariat Red in 2015.
About Lompoc Brewing
Established in 1996, Lompoc Brewing is a longtime Portland favorite that brews eight year-round beers and an ever-rotating lineup of seasonals. You can find Lompoc in bottles, cans and on draft at locations throughout Oregon and Washington, and at its three Portland neighborhood pubs: 5th Quadrant and Sidebar in North Portland, and Oaks Bottom in Southeast. Lompoc beers are proudly brewed in #LompocOregon, a state of mind. For more information, visit LompocBrewing.com and follow @LompocBrewing on social media.
SEATTLE- On Saturday, October 27th, from noon to midnight, Hellbent Brewing Company (13035 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125) will magically transform our normally cozy decor to host the terrifying Blacklight Forest of Doom Hell-o-ween Party! We’re hoping to raise thousands of dollars for Puerto Rico! There will be a costume contest, dozens of raffle prizes, and a silent auction. No cover.
We’re roasting a pig and have veggie options that’ll be ready (with rice and beans from Mojito) around 3pm! Suggested donation: $10. The entire profits from the food will go directly to Solarize Puerto Rico.
We're toasting this spooky celebration with the release of the 2018 Warm Fuzzies Winter Ale....and what could taste better than a freshly tapped ale? Knowing that your purchase is helping a great cause. We'll be donating $1 of each glass purchased to Solarize Puerto Rico.
To continue our efforts to support Puerto Rico, for the entire month of October, Hellbent will donate $1 to Solarize Puerto Rico when you buy a pint of Funky Red Patina.
Solarize Puerto Rico is committed to rebuilding a stronger and greener Puerto Rico by engaging communities and their youth to develop local and sustainable energy solutions.
Their current project is to solarize and complete an energy retrofit for: Escuela Ecológica Niños Uniendo al Mundo, in Caguas, Puerto Rico. The school educates children about environmental sustainability, gives children direct contact with nature, and develops their ecological responsibility and their love to our land and its resources as part of their academic growth.
Help us solarize this school to make it resilient during times of disasters and also to create a solar power oasis for their community.
SPR is a 501c3 non-profit, all of your donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support.
Learn more at: SolarizePuertoRico.org and like our Facebook page:
What better way to launch the holiday season than with eleven breweries and eleven tastes of winter brews at the Ballard Brewed Winter Beer Festival!
Participating breweries include Bad Jimmy’s, Hales Ales Brewery, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Lucky Envelope Brewing, Maritime Pacific Brewing Company, NW Peaks Brewery, Obec Brewing, Peddler Brewing, Populuxe Brewing, Reuben’s Brews and Stoup Brewing. Each will bring two winter beers, one of which will be released for the first time at the festival.
In addition to delicious beer there will be live music by the Gus Clark Trio at 2:30 PM and Planet Fly at 4:30 PM. Food will be available for purchase from So So Good Food Truck and Big Mario’s Pizza.
Proceeds will benefit Bellwether Housing, Seattle’s largest private, nonprofit affordable housing provider. Raise a glass while raising money for affordable homes!
Taste your favorite microbrews, explore new ones, and hobnob with brew folk at the Orcas Island Beer Fest. More than a dozen small artisan breweries from around the Northwest will tap their kegs under a heated tent on Prune Alley (so named for the historic fruit orchards that used to stand on this site) in the heart of the charming village of Eastsound on Orcas Island. There will be tasty local food to catch all that delicious beer and live music to sip to.
The Hops on the Rock festival is literally shutting down the streets of Eastsound to host a weekend of drinking, dancing and NovemBEER events all across Orcas Island. Live music, local food, and 20+ local breweries from around the region will be in attendance for a destination beer festival like no other. Breweries attending will include Aslan, Georgetown & Black Raven Brewing - among others - who will be showcasing their talents alongside local chefs and the sounds of Bellingham’s hometown heroes, Babycakes.
Admission is free for guests under 21 years of age, but access to festivities will be limited to our live music and food vendor areas.
In a little over a month Lake City Way’s Brother Barrel and Elliott Bay Brewing Company are set to host the annual Barrel-Aged Invitational. For the uninitiated, this is your opportunity to enjoy beers from breweries across the Pacific Northwest, paired by Elliott Bay Brewing’s Restaurant kitchen. All that’s asked of you is $55.00, a strong constitution, and the willingness to spend four hours with some award winning breweries.
Join us for an afternoon filled with tastings of limited release barrel-aged beers, food pairings, and good times. Ticket purchase includes 4 ounce tastes of beer from each brewery, food pairings, charcuterie, and focaccia pizza.
Breweries currently featured at this year’s Barrel-Aged Invitational include:
Elliott Bay Brewing Company
Alesong Brewing & Blending
Beardslee Public House
Engine House #9
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery
North Coast Brewing Company
Odin Brewing Company
Wild Ride Brewing
To visit brotherbarrel.com for ticket or for more information or questions contact Brother Barrel via email@example.com.
Black Friday, a Celebration of Dark Beer, features imperial stouts and porters by Payette Brewing and craft breweries from around the world. This annual event also serves as the release of Twelve Gauge Barrel Aged Imperial Stout. Enjoy live music and food truck fare inside the brewery while tasting incredible (hefty) imperial stouts and porters the day after Thanksgiving. Skip shopping at the mall and score Black Friday deals on Payette Brewing merchandise!
We are celebrating our 2nd anniversary with a collaboration between two of our favorites, Stoup Brewing and Mirage Beer Co..
Limited Cans and draft available while supplies last. We will also be tapping some rare and special beers from the past all day.
We will also be selling our 1st anniversary beer from Urban Family Brewing Company & Matchless Brewing, Primus Potus bottles to go. 1/person while they last!
Full Taplist Coming Soon with Beers from:
Alesong Brewing and Blending Senor Rhino
Alpenfire Cider Glow
Anchorage Brewing Company An Eternity
Art+Science Cider Humble Perry Cider
Block 15 Brewing Co. Foam IPA & Snozzberry Sour
Breakside Brewery Big Bug Hunter
Cascade Brewing Apricot 2017
De Garde Brewing Citra Hose
Dirty Couch Brewing Forager Huckleberry Sour
Engine House No. 9 Nectarberry & Tayberry
Finnriver Belgian Querc
Founders Brewing Co. CBS
Fremont Brewing BBomb 2016
Garden Path Fermentation Dry Hopped Streams Well & The Subtle Blend Raspberry
Great Notion Brewing Wiggley IPA & Key Lime Pie
Holy Mountain Brewing Barrel Aged Bonne Nuit 2016, Bourbon Barrel Aged King’s Head 2017, & The Ox
Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales - Dexter Smashed, Grabbed, & Hop Dusted
Liberty Ciderworks Kingston Black
Oakshire Brewing Hellshire VIII
Perennial Artisan Ales Abraxas 2017
Structures Brewing Devoid
Urban Family Brewing Company Primus Potus & Primus Plotus
Whitewood Cider Co. Hen’s Teeth Fresh Hop
Onsite Bottle List coming soon!
The Ale Apothecary
De Dolle Brouwers
Engine House No. 9
PORTLAND, ORE. – Tickets are on sale now and the teams have been announced for Willamette Week’s 6th annual Beer & Cider Pro/Am, happening Sunday, October 14 from Noon to 6:00 p.m. at the Leftbank Annex (101 N Weidler Street). The Pro/Am is Portland’s original home brewer and professional brewer collaboration event, and benefits Oregon Wild.Guests meet 30 teams of homebrewers and pro brewer/cider makers, who debut (and pour for themselves) their new beer or cider available for the first time at this event!
Entry allows samples of all beer and cider in the competition, no tokens, no tickets, no huge lines. Guests can also vote for their favorite in the People's Choice competition, and see which beer and cider the esteemed judges (including Jeff Alworth, Ryan Spencer, Kat Martin and others TBA) decide are best. Music by DJ Lemix.Food by Tamale Boyand PDX Sliders,Tickets include commemorative, reusable, recyclable pint glass, made possible by Gnome Grown Gardens.
General admission tickets ($30) allow entry from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. VIP tickets ($40) allow entry one hour early for an exclusive, line-free tasting opportunity and the chance to win a special beer experience giveaway to be announced soon. A non-drinker / designated driver ticket ($10) is available. 21+ only allowed at this event,
For more information, visit bit.ly/ticketsproam2018 or email Steph Barnhart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Beer & Cider Teams
Andrew Bisbee with Bianary Brewing
We will return to the beautiful Roslyn Yard on Saturday, October 13th with nine breweries, a distillery, and a cidery! All from the PNW! Live music from Feather River!
Enjoy your time in the quaint, historic town of Roslyn WA and make a weekend of it with shopping, dining, and strolling though small shops in the Upper Kittitas County.
Rain, snow, or shine - we'll bring the tents! But you still might want a raincoat and rubber boots!
Burn off some energy beforehand with Bikes & Brews, a bike ride through the woods along the historic Coal Mines Trail. Two rides to choose from!
Fall is here! As we welcome in the new season we also have the great pleasure of featuring one of fall’s finest offerings: fresh hopped beer.
Brave Horse Tavern is partnering with Fremont Brewing to host an evening of amazing food and exploration of some of their most popular creations– Field to Ferment and Cowiche Canyon. In attendance will be one of Fremont’s knowledgeable lead brewers, to answer questions and give insight into the process of creating these delicious and award-winning beers. Chefs Bradley Layfield and Brendon Bain will be curating a smashing menu to complement the fresh, dynamic flavors of fresh hops. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn a little, drink a bit and to enjoy the delicious offerings of the fall season.
Plus! Ticket holders for this dinner will also have access to our Fremont Fresh Hop Tasting Tent (from 4pm-7pm) with Brave Horse Beer Club Members and complimentary samples of two featured fresh hop beers that will be highlighted during the dinner.
Field To Ferment Fresh Hop Pale Ale – Simcoe (profile: orange, dank, pine)
Field To Ferment Fresh Hop Pale Ale – Centennial (profile: warm pine needles, fresh grass)
paired with - clothbound cheddar, chanterelles, toast
Field To Ferment Fresh Hop Pale Ale – Citra (profile: Rich tropical, citrus)
paired with - poached leek, scarlet turnip kimchi pureé, salt cod floss, duck egg
Fremont Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Ale (profile: grass, citrus, spicy)
paired with - braised lamb neck, huckleberries, carolina gold rice risotto
Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Star: Spice Wars (2017) (profile: clove, bourbon, roast, vanilla)
paired with - acorn squash gingerbread upside down cake, sorghum caramel
SEATTLE, Wash. – September 26, 2018 – Redhook and Seattle Made will host a Brewer’s Shoptalk discussing the future of beer in Seattle with some of the city’s best breweries: Georgetown Brewing, Stoup Brewing, Pike Brewing and Populuxe Brewing. The event will be held at Brewlab’s back bar in Capitol Hill on Thursday, October 11 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Brewlab’s front bar will still be open to the public.
Kendall Jones, who has spearheaded Seattle Magazine’s beer awards issue for the past two years, and is the founder of Washington Beer Blog, will moderate a panel of brewers from the five prominent Seattle breweries. Head Brewer Nick Crandall will represent Redhook, where the event will be hosted. The storied brewery’s return to Seattle where Crandall and his team produce small batch brews, and its ongoing partnerships with other Washington breweries made it the ideal spot for the event. Georgetown’s Matt Edwards, Stoup’s Brad Benson, Pike’s John Hall, and Populuxe’s Peter Charbonnier round out the panel.
Topics for the evening will include sustainability practices, what’s made Seattle such a hot spot for brewers, and the future of the brewing industry in Seattle. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session and tickets include a pint from Redhook or one of the participating breweries.
Seattle Made is an organization that celebrates Seattle’s unique cultural identity by growing and supporting urban manufacturers and producers. Their goal is to expand opportunities for the city’s business community. All participants in Seattle Made’s Brewer’s Shoptalk are Seattle-based and topics include what makes the Emerald City such a brewing hot bed.
When: October 11, 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
What: Seattle Made Brewer’s Shoptalk
Where: Redhook Brewlab – back bar
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Panel discussion: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Cost: 15 dollars (includes a pint of beer) | Purchase advance tickets by visiting Seattle Made: https://www.seattlemade.org/events/seattle-made-brewers-night/
About Redhook Brewery
Redhook was born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of early 1980s in the heart of Seattle. While the term didn’t exist at the time, Redhook became one of America’s first craft breweries with a focus on creating a better beer. Redhook recently returned to its Seattle roots with Brewlab, its small batch innovation hub in the heart of Capitol Hill. At Brewlab, head brewer Nick Crandall has a knack for crafting inventive beers born out of innovation, creativity and experimentation. Redhook’s beer lineup includes ESB, Long Hammer IPA, Big Ballard Imperial IPA, Bicoastal IPA and a variety of seasonal and limited release beers, including My Oh My Caramel Macchiato Milk Stout, Tangelic Halo Tangerine IPA, Winterhook, and more. Redhook beers are available on draught and in bottles and cans around the country. Redhook Brewery, Est. Seattle, WA 1981.
Come hang out with the awesome folks @ Boise Brewing over @ Spitfire while they do some samplings/tastings and some rad giveaways.
By this time, if you’ve been around for a fresh hop season, you’ve become familiar with Cowiche Canyon. It is one of the best hop producing regions in the greatest hop producing region in the world. We will be putting all of this seasons Fresh Hop Beers from Fremont as well as a couple other goodies.
Draftlist will be:
Field to Ferment Centennial
Field to Ferment Simcoe
Field to Ferment Citra
Head Full of Fresh HOP
Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Citra/Simoce
Two breweries making the same Fresh Hop beer at the same time! Come try Way Two Fresh Double IPA -- both versions -- on tap in the Biercafe. Then stick around for some other great offerings from both Bale Breaker and Crux Fermentation Project:
Palm Springs Pils
Piled High Fresh Hop IPA
Dr. Jack Fresh Hop IPA
Off the Fence Fresh Hop Pale Ale
Belltown Brewing’s fresh hop IPA will be on tap on Friday, October 5! Guests are invited to gather at the brewhouse to toast to this seasonal beer.
Carpenter Ranches Fresh Hop IPA is an ode to the hardworking hop growers at Carpenter Ranches, who have been an integral part of the Yakima Valley hop industry since 1868.
This fresh hop IPA is made with fresh Mosaic hops, has 6.0% ABV and is deliciously drinkable!
Join longtime beer mavens and brewers David Lederfine and Jim Parker as they launch their new(ish) brewery, Asher David, out of Astoria. We will be showcasing two of their beers, Southern Sky French Pale Ale and Common Bliss Strong Saison, so come check them out.
Fresh-hop season is here and we are celebrating with the release of our On Target Saison. On Thursday October 4th, come celebrate with us by getting $1-off pints of our newly released beer and entering for a turkey giveaway for the Thanksgiving weekend!
About the beer:
In collaboration with Northwest Hop Farms, we brewed this saison with Sterling hops picked straight from the bine and added fresh to the kettle.We paired the floral and citrus flavours of Sterling with the intense grassiness of fresh hops and a dry, peppery finish.
Malt: Pilsner, Wheat, Vienna
Hops: Saaz, Sterling
Special Ingredients: Fresh Sterling hops from Northwest Hop Farms
Schooner Brewing is throwing a special fresh hop release party in honor of their newest fresh hop beer on Thursday, October 4 from 3-6 p.m.!
Schooner Fresh Hop is Made with El Dorado Hops from CLS Farms in the Yakima Valley. This delicious beer offers slight citrus notes, a bright hop flavor profile with a refreshingly mild bitterness. At 6.2% ABV it has a light mouthfeel rounded out by strong notes of tree fruit, pineapple, and pear on the nose.
During the release party guests will enjoy half-off all appetizers as well as $3 pints of Schooner Fresh Hop beer.
Join the crews from both Wayfinder and Heater Allen as we help release their latest collaboration, Smoked Helles! We also will be pouring other great beers from both breweries! Keep an eye on the live tap list on our website for details!
Take your pick from 12 of the best hop-filled brews from Vancouver Breweries in honor of McMenamins 10th annual IPA Invasion Brewfest. IPA-enthusiasts can try all 12 specialty beers with two taster trays, six beers on each complimented by IPA-inspired fare. Participating breweries have included Loowit Brewing Company, Trap Door Brewing Co., Trusty Brewing, Heathen Brewing and McMenamins Washington Breweries and more. Find a seat by the river and make a day of trying them all!
Straight West Coastin' Double IPA: As the name would lead you to believe, it's not hazy, but it is pure West Coast. Join brew crew members from both breweries as we tap this tasty treat. We also will have these beers from the breweries to enjoy:
Grains of Wrath:
Scatterbrained Fresh Hop IPA
Bines that Tie Experimental IPA (w/Sabro Experimental Hop)
Vienna Lager (recent bronze medal winner at GABF!)
Key Lime Pie Sour
Puppy Love Hazy IPA
Come celebrate the changing seasons with two of our favorite beer styles and two of our favorite bands. On Saturday, September 29th, we’ll be pouring our Oktoberfest and two fresh hop IPAs while feeling the vibes with the Tyler Hamilton Band and the Charles Street Messengers. The back half of the parking lot will serve as a beer garden, and we’ll have college football on every TV. (YES, WE DO HAVE THE PAC-12 NETWORK)
Amarillo Fresh Hop IPA
Meridian Fresh Hop IPA
Oktoberfest Märzen Lager
Harvest Fresh Edition of DANG! Citra IPA
Many thanks to Virgil Gamache Farms and Coleman Agriculture who make all our fresh hop dreams come true.
We are also throwing our own Fresh Hop Forum at the Aslan Depot on September 29th, featuring fresh hop beers from Reuben's, Matchless, Seapine, Fremont, Stoup, Skookum, Cloudburst, Holy Mtn, and Block 15.
The Inland NW Craft Beer Festival, produced by the Washington Beer Commission, is proud to announce the brewery for this 9th annual craft beer tasting taking place on Friday, September 21st, 4pm to 9pm, and Saturday, September 22nd, from noon to 7pm.
This will be the event's fifth year at Avista Stadium, home of the Spokane Indians minor league baseball team. Friday night will be for 21 years and older only, the family friendly Saturday session features a kids play area on the lush green grass in short right field.
In addition to the 40 breweries and 150+ craft beer selections lined up along the outfield wall, there will be live music from the second base stage and great food truck selections as well.
Tickets are just $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass and your first six 5 oz. sample tastes. Additional tastes a only $2 each or three additional tastes for $5. Online tickets and complete event details at washingtonbeer.com.
Here are the 40 Washington State Craft Breweries scheduled to participate:
7 Seas Brewing Co. - Tacoma
Bellwether Brewing Company - Spokane
Benniditos Brewery - Spokane
Big Barn Brewing - Mead
Black Label Brewing Company - Spokane
Boundary Bay Brewery - Bellingham
Dru Bru - Snoqualmie Pass
Elysian Brewing Company - Seattle
English Setter Brewing - Spokane Valley
Fremont Brewing - Seattle
Genus Brewing - Spokane Valley
Georgetown Brewing Company - Seattle
Ghostfish Brewing Company - Seattle
Hopped Up Brewing Co. - Spokane Valley
Icicle Brewing Company - Leavenworth
Iron Goat Brewing Co - Spokane
Iron Horse Brewery - Ellensburg
Laht Neppur Brewing Co. - Waitsburg
Little Spokane Brewing Company - Spokane
Mac and Jack's Brewery - Redmond
Millwood Brewing Company - Spokane
Mountain Lakes Brewing Company - Spokane
No-Li Brewhouse - Spokane
Paradise Creek Brewery - Pullman
Pike Brewing Company - Seattle
Republic Brewing Company - Republic
River City Brewing - Spokane
Riverport Brewing Co. - Clarkston
Single Hill Brewing Company - Yakima
Snoqualmie Falls Brewery - Snoqualmie
Steam Plant Brewing Company - Spokane
Sumerian Brewing Co. - Woodinville
Ten Pin Brewing - Moses Lake
Top Frog Brewery - Newport
TT's Old Iron Brewery - Spokane
Twelve String Brewing Co. - Spokane Valley
Two Beers Brewing Company - Seattle
V Twin Brewing Company - Spokane Valley
Waddell's Brewing Co - Spokane
Wenatchee Valley Brewing Company - Wenatchee
White Bluffs Brewing - Richland
Young Buck Brewing - Spokane
September 21 st and 22 nd 2018
Friday, September 21 st 4pm – 9pm
Saturday, September 22nd 10am – 10pm
Great NW beers are not limited to Portland, Bend and Hood River. There are some amazing brewers and breweries just over the west hills of Portland. To highlight this Westside movement, several brewers came together to create a uniquely styled beer festival. Brewer Michael from Deep Space Brewing had a vision to create a family focused festival, accessible to all ages. Having a brewery location inside of Out of This World
Pizza we have the ideal location to completely make this a family-friendly event. To that end we’ve included local craft soda makers and street entertainment giving the entire family the opportunity to enjoy the festival. Hence, the Westiside Beer and Soda Fest was born.
The Westside Beer and Soda Fest will include local craft beer passports, local craft soda passports, food options, activities for all ages, music and entertainment and the option for the kids to check out the popular Out of This World arcade and play area. A portion of the festival proceeds will benefit Candlelighters for Children with Cancer. This amazing non-profit organization “provides support, education, advocacy and hope to all children and their families affected by childhood cancer in Oregon and SW Washington”. Tickets
will be limited so get yours early!
Tickets are available at www.deepspacebrewing.com and www.outofhtisworld.net. Advance purchasers receive the VIP package which includes additional exclusive tasters, discounted food prices, discounted Deep Space Brewing merchandise, $5 arcade card for future use and entry into a drawing for a 4 pack of Seattle Mariners tickets generously donated by Pepsi!
Beer passports (for ages 21 and over only) are available for $20 and include souvenir logo glass and one taster pour of every featured beer (12 total). Advance purchase/VIP passports receive 3 additional taster pours from the VIP exclusive beer taps. Full pours of the featured beers available for additional purchase.
Soda passports (all ages) are available for $10 and include souvenir logo mug and one taster pour of every featured soda (6 total). Advance purchase/VIP passports receive 1 additional taster pour from the VIP exclusive soda tap. Full pours of the featured sodas available for additional purchase. Limited availability of select featured beers and sodas will also be available for bottle purchase to enjoy at home.
Come out and enjoy yourself with the entire family.
Get your Oompah on with us! During all of the official Oktoberfest celebration (meaning, the one in Munich), we will be featuring special liters of Oktoberfest drafts, and Monk's Deli will be cooking up some tasty German-style sausages in the food cart. Make sure to stop in the bottle shop to grab some Okto beers to take home! It's going to be a lager-licious good time!
So, Left Hand is turning 25, but YOU get all the goodies! Party games (Pin the Label on the Bottle!), party favors, cake … and even a chance to win your own birthday present! Join us and Left Hand on the back patio as we celebrate a quarter century of great beers from this iconic Colorado brewery!
We also will have their 25th Anniversary ale on tap, along with some other tasty Left Hand treats -- and of course we will have the 25th anniversary ale for sale in the bottle shop to take home!
We wanted to find a way to make fresh hop beers using our hops more available to beer drinkers in the Silverton area, and realized that we could support a local non-profit organization at the same time.
… We will then donate the keg to Seven Brides who will pour it at their pub in Silverton and donate the profits ($3 per pint) to Silverton Area Community Aid (also known as SACA, our local food bank).
The interest from brewers has been very impressive- we will have over 20 kegs donated and poured throughout the month of September. Seven Brides named the event “Fresh Hops for Hope” and is currently pouring the 4th keg we received, Level Beer’s Fresh Hop Oktoberfest. Seven Brides is posting new tapping announcements on Facebook as soon as a new beer is available.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Lompoc Brewing is inviting beer lovers to celebrate Lompoktoberfest on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 4pm to close at its Sidebar Tasting Room, located at 3901 N Williams Ave.
The event will feature the release of Lompoc Oktoberfest, a German style lager with a clean malt flavor balanced by a touch of Perle hops. A portion of the grain used was roasted in the oven at Lompoc’s Fifth Quadrant, lending a slight biscuit flavor. It comes in at 5% ABV.
There will also be traditional German music on the stereo, German-themed food specials, and anyone sporting traditional German gear will receive a raffle ticket for a drawing of Lompoc schwag throughout the evening. The pub will also be showing the Houston Dynamo vs. Portland Timbers game starting at 5:30pm.
About Lompoc Brewing
Established in 1996, Lompoc Brewing is a longtime Portland favorite that brews eight year-round beers and an ever-rotating lineup of seasonals. You can find Lompoc in bottles, cans and on draft at locations throughout Oregon and Washington, and at its Portland neighborhood pubs: Fifth Quadrant and Sidebar in North Portland, Oaks Bottom in Southeast, and the Lompoc Tavern in Northwest. Proudly brewed in #LompocOregon, a state of mind. For more information, visit LompocBrewing.com and follow @LompocBrewing on social media.
Our favorite celebrating season is here again, and we're ready to go full Bavarian in Tualatin!
We will be tapping four Ancestry festive German-style lagers—Pilsner, Vienna Lager, Oktoberfest, and Schwarzbier—to go with some delicious beer-infused sausages made by SP Provisions.
We're hosting our first ever stein hoisting competition, as well as ourfirst ever string-pretzel eating contest! Winners will be crowned pretzel king and queen.
Live oompah music and more by Yaazda!
Admission = Commemorative Ancestry tasting mug and 6 drink tokens!
Online early-bird special = $10
At the door = $15
Additional tokens = $1
Costumed Beer Dash presented by At Large Brewing and The Independent Beer Bar designed specifically for Everett Beer Week.
Saturday, September 15th. Teams of two. Racers may sign up in advance at either At Large or The Independent. You may sign up the day of the event, but all the cool kids sign up early.
Here's what it is: $20 per team. Teams of two humans. Teams get 4 beers total, 1 each alternating between The Independent Beer Bar and At Large Brewing. Racers may start or finish at either location. Teams will walk/run a total of 1.5 miles. After a racer has finished their beer their wristband gets punched. Racers then go to the next location and repeat. Each racer must drink two beers. Two punches on each teammate’s wristband means the team has finished the race. Legs only. No bikes, no Ubers, certainly no driving. Your team’s feet will carry you back and forth toward victory, or at least another pint. $50 in giftcards for the top two fastest teams and the top two teams in costume skills judged by the staff of At Large and The Independent.