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"Dia de los Muertos" at Bazi Bierbrasserie

  • Bazi Bierbrasserie 1522 Southeast 32nd Avenue Portland, OR, 97214 United States (map)

Día De Los Muertos Festival De Cervezas (All Souls Day Beer Festival) returns to Bazi Bierbrasserie (1522 SE 32nd Ave) and Imperial Bottleshop (3090 SE Division St) for its fourth consecutive year. The co-hosted annual event will take place at both locations on Tuesday, October 31st and Wednesday, November 1st from 4-10 PM. 

Celebrating the lives of the deceased with food, drink, and activities the dead enjoyed in life… and who doesn’t enjoy great beer! 

The event will take place concurrently at both locations offering festival goers the opportunity to walk less than half mile between the two and experience an eclectic mix of 20+ death-themed beers and ciders. Beers named after the dead, and Mexican-influenced beers that pay homage to the country of the holiday’s origin. 

The beer and cider lineup for Imperial Bottle Shop includes:

Culmination La Prima Pineapple/Pink Guava Sour Aged in Tequila Barrels
BLVD Tequila Barrel Lime Gose
Block 15 Story of the Ghost Hauntingly Pale IIPA
New Holland Dragon’s Milk Mexican Spice Cake Edition
Pono Cerberus Helles
Modern Times Devil’s Teeth Bourbon Old Ale
Boneyard Diablo Rojo Red
Marble Por Vida Pale Ale
Flat Tail El Guapo Blonde
La Familia Manzana Cider

The beer and cider lineup for Bazi Bierbrasserie includes:

Het Anker Lucifer Black
Brasserie Fantome Saison
Van Steenberge Gulden Draak
Ecliptic Blood of Jupiter
Elysian Punkuccino
New Belgium Atomic Pumpkin
Clown Shoes Undead Party Crasher
Lost Abbey Agave Maria Tequila Barrel-Aged Strong Ale
La Familia Tamarind Cider
2 Towns Hollow Jack

For $5 attendees will get a commemorative glass goblet and each 5 oz pour ticket can be purchased for $2 or 10 tickets for $15. Most beers will be either 1 or 2 tickets. 

This year, Bazi and Imperial Bottleshop are adding a charity component to this event. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be supporting the Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program supporting both Mexico earthquake and Puerto Rico hurricane victims. One hundred percent of contributions to the UNIDOS Fund goes to help the immediate and long-term recovery needs of children, families and communities in distress from the devastation caused by both the earthquake in Mexico and the hurricane in Puerto Rico.