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12th Anniversary Party and Barrel-Aged Beer Fest at Bailey's Taproom
Jul
27
to Jul 28

12th Anniversary Party and Barrel-Aged Beer Fest at Bailey's Taproom

image sourced from Bailey’s Taproom

image sourced from Bailey’s Taproom

Press Release

It’s that time of year again! Join us on Saturday, July 27th at Noon to celebrate another year at Bailey’s Taproom! We will be continuing our tradition of featuring a collection of our favorite barrel aged offerings collected over the past year! In addition we worked with Pinthouse Pizza out of Austin, TX and Aslan Brewing out of Bellingham, WA. Cheers!

PM To The AM Funk – Aslan: In January we visited Aslan brewing and tasted through their wide range of barrel and foudre aged beers to come up with the perfect blend that represented some our favorite elements in beer. PM To The AM Funk is a rustic saison conditioned in neutral oak barrels and then finally dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin.

Swankeny Street Purps – Pinthouse Pizza: Last month we had the opportunity to fly down to Austin, Texas to work with our friend Tom Fischer at Pinthouse Pizza. We came up with a beer loosely based around their GABF and World Beer Cup award winning beer, Green Battles. Swankey Street Purps is a west coast IPA brewed with a heavy dose of Chinook and Mosaic.

In addition to our collaboration projects we will be featuring the following barrel aged beers on draught both at Bailey’s Taproom and The Upper Lip:

Cider Riot – 1763

Wildcraft – Whiskey Aronia

The Commons – Flemmish Kiss

Logsdon – Peche N Brett

Casa Agria – Saison Sobrantes

Beachwood – Careful With That Aprium Eugene

Hill Farmstead – Anna

Crooked Stave – Nightmare On Brett

Upright – Fantasia

Springdale – Art Dekkera

Pelican – Mother of All Storms

Fremont – B-Bomb: Coconut Edition

pFriem – Imperial Stout

Oakshire – Hellshire VIII

Fort George – Matryoshka

Goose Island – Bourbon County

Breakside – Grandmammy

Culmination – Multnomah County Stout

Firestone Walker – Parabola

Beachwood – Earthbound Misfit Cherum

Block 15 – Framboise Black

Cantillon – Grand Cru Bruscollea

The Ale Apothecary – Ralph

Fremont – Brew 3000

Du Di Ciel – BA Peche Mortel

Snowdrift – Cornice

 
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3rd Anniversary Party at Ravenna Brewing Company
Jul
27
12:00 PM12:00

3rd Anniversary Party at Ravenna Brewing Company

image sourced from Ravenna Brewing Company’s Facebook page

image sourced from Ravenna Brewing Company’s Facebook page

Well folks, we did it. We made it three years. Technically this happened in April, but as we were knee-deep building out our expansion, we had to wait a few months to throw our celebration. We are just about done with construction, the beer is flowing, the sun is out... let's party!

Here's what's going down:

-Awesome local string band The Warren G. Hardings will be here to party with us and play the tunes starting at 4:30pm.

-SoSo Good New Mexican and Chavoya's Sausages will be on hand providing the grub

-We're tapping a keg of our gold medal winning Woodinville Whiskey Barrel-aged Lion Tamer Porter

-We're releasing a new IPA, a new sour, and a new saison for your imbibing pleasure (details on these to come as we approach the date)

-We're setting up an outdoor tap system with the fastest selling beers so you can skip the line and snag a quick pint of IPA or sour

-Ice cream, with sprinkles or root beer on top for the kids, or porter (not the barrel-aged version tho don't worry) on top for the adults, will be available

We sincerely hope you can come down and party with us Ravenna style. It's been awhile since we've been able to have a big blowout, but we're ready and we hope you are too! Come celebrate and lets have a blast!

 
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Meltdown: Salt & Straw Meets Little Beast Brewing at Little Beast Brewing
Jul
14
12:00 PM12:00

Meltdown: Salt & Straw Meets Little Beast Brewing at Little Beast Brewing

Image sourced from Little Beast Brewing Beer Garden

Image sourced from Little Beast Brewing Beer Garden

Approaching the first anniversary of their patio-enabled location, at 3412 SE Division Street, Little Beast Brewing Company invites you along with Salt & Straw in celebrating this achievement.

On June 14th, from 12 pm to 8 pm, the brewery will be joined by Salt & Straw's R&D (Research & Development) team coinciding with the three unique beer and ice cream pairings.

Roasted Strawberry Coconut Vegan Ice Cream paired with Dream State (Foeder Aged Ale with Strawberries)

More on Strawberry Coconut Vegan Ice Cream from Salt & Straw

Roasting strawberries does something truly magical. While our favorite Hood strawberries are already amazing in their natural state, roasting them caramelizes their sugars and makes them irresistible. We simply blend the roasted berries with coconut cream and churn in our ice cream makers. Yum!

More on Dream State from Little Beast Brewing

Aged for over 6 months in our Cabernet Sauvignon foeder and with 7 distinct microflora, Dream State contains 100 pounds of fresh whole Oregon strawberries per barrel. Full of lush fruit flavor, soft acidity and a complex depth of character.

7% ABV / 13 IBU / 375 mL

Sea Salt w/ Caramel Ribbons Ice Cream paired with Golden Stone (Oak Aged Ale with Peaches, Nectarines, and Apricots)

More about Sea Salt w/ Caramel Ribbons Ice Cream from Salt & Straw

We created this ice cream with Mark Bitterman, the owner and “selmelier” at The Meadow, the internationally renowned Portland salt shop. He actually wrote the book on salt, Salted, a James Beard Award winning cookbook.

We use their Fleur de Sel, which is made in Guatemala from salt pans that are famed for supplying the Mayan Empire at the height of its power. We’ve topped it off by ribboning in hand-burned caramel that we make in house!

More on Golden Stone from Little Beast Brewing

A blend of peaches, nectarines and apricots gives a luscious elegance to this farmhouse ale. Prevailing notes of vanilla, toasted French oak & juicy stone fruit.

8.1% ABV / 12 IBU / 375 ML

Double Fold Vanilla Ice Cream paired with Black Cap (Foeder Aged Ale with Black Cap Raspberries)

More on Double Fold Vanilla Ice Cream from Salt & Straw

This ice cream is called ‘double fold’ because our friends at Singing Dog Vanilla in Eugene, Oregon use twice as many vanilla beans when making it! They also work with growers in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia to find the very best organic vanilla, pay the farmers a fair price, and share a percentage of profits when the final products sell. They call it Fair Trade Plus+ and it’s tasty enough to cause the Wall Street Journal to name it ‘the new standard to beat’!

More on Black Cap from Little Beast Brewing

Seven distinct microflora and an abundant amount of whole Oregon blackcap raspberries combine to create a jammy, medium-bodied earthy ale with bright acidity.

8.4% ABV / 12 IBU / 375 ML

About Salt & Straw

Our story is part luck, part strategy and part love (for ice cream, family, local foods, and other stuff we can’t mention here). I (Kim) have been wanting to open an ice cream scoop shop since 1996. I thought it would be nice to have a local spot where you could run into your neighbors, celebrate with your family, reward yourself…whatever! And I love exploring fun, interesting new flavors. After toiling away in safe mode working for several amazing Fortune 500 businesses, I moved back to Portland for love and found the window of opportunity and support that I’d been lacking to jump start my idea.

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About Little Beast Brewing Beer Garden

Founded by partners in life and work, Charles Porter and Brenda Crow, Little Beast is a family brewery with a passion for making great beer and sharing it with others.

We craft wild, wood-aged and blended beer naturally with diverse cultures, including Saccharomyces, Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus, and wild flora. By harnessing the little beasts that ferment our beer, we capture their untamed beauty and produce farmhouse beers that are diverse in flavor and rare in character.

 
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Baerlic 5 Year Anniversary Party! at Baerlic Brewing Company
Jun
29
to Jun 30

Baerlic 5 Year Anniversary Party! at Baerlic Brewing Company

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Join us as we celebrate 5 crazy years in the beer business! We'll be celebrating all day starting at Noon, and then kickin it into high gear at 5pm with warm pizza, cold beer and a punk rock DJ! Come party with us!!

2 SPECIAL CAN RELEASES:

Louder, More Punk Rock Double Hazy IPA - 8% ABV

We took our beloved Punk Rock Time IPA and turned it up to 11! We stuffed 7 lbs per barrel of the finest Oregon grown Strata, Amarillo and Chinook hops we could find in a double hazy IPA in celebration of 5 amazing years!!

Baerlic Beechwood Aged American Lager - 4.8% ABV

We crafted an awesome American style lager and aged it on German Beechwood for a rounded and slightly sweet flavor in a dry and crisp classic Lager! Very Limited Release, so get it before it is gone forever!

 
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Anniversary Party at Boise Brewing Company
Jun
29
12:00 PM12:00

Anniversary Party at Boise Brewing Company

image source, Boise Brewing Company’s Facebook page

image source, Boise Brewing Company’s Facebook page

We're turning 5! We want to thank everyone for their support over the past five years so we're offering 5 DAYS OF DEALS leading up to the Anniversary Party:

Monday, June 24:
Purchase a growler get free fill of a core four beer.

Tuesday, June 25:
Nitro beer added to $2.50 Tuesday

Wednesday, June 26:
$1 Blonde cans or $6 six packs (canning day!)

Thursday, June 27:
SWAG Giveaways

Friday, June 28:
$5- 6 pack sale (select beers)

Saturday, June 29 Anniversary Party-
Special beer release!
Free pint for CSB Members & Owners
$1 off pints if you wear your BB swag
Featured pint: $4
One-off kegs from the brewers

Saturday will be the big day with live music from our own head brewer Lance Chavez with Boss Hawg & The Short Bus and our own Jazzy Jason. Foxy Franks will be slingin' weenies all day! Clear your afternoon and come enjoy a gorgeous afternoon with Boise Brewing!

 
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Anniversary Party at Crooked Fence Brewing
Jun
28
3:00 PM15:00

Anniversary Party at Crooked Fence Brewing

We are having our One Year Anniversary Party to celebrate the New Taproom Location for all our fans of Crooked Fence Brewing - Friday June 28th.

We will be blocking off our parking lot and having Tents, Live Music from The Trees The Trees, Thinking Tacos? serving up tasty food, and Bag Toss and other games.
Inside we will be playing Music Bingo!

Come on down and join us for Great Beer, Live Music, and Tasty Food.

 
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GoodLife Anniversary at GoodLife Brewing Company
Jun
15
1:00 PM13:00

GoodLife Anniversary at GoodLife Brewing Company

For Immediate Release

BEND, OR (Wednesday, May 15th, 2019)

2,920 days, 3,854 batches of beers, and here we are about to celebrate our 8th Anniversary. The beer industry has changed immensely in that time but one thing that remains the same is your loyal support and we can’t thank you enough for that. We’d love to celebrate our 8th Anniversary with you and have you join us in our biergarten for an afternoon of laughter, music, and good vibes. 

Our 8th Anniversary Party will be happening on Saturday, June 15th from 1pm-8pm. This year, we are charging $10 for entry, which includes a free beverage, and is open to the public. The $10 entry will be donated to the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council. Their mission is seeking to protect and restore the two-million acre Upper Deschutes River watershed through collaborative projects in habitat restoration, watershed education and long-term monitoring.  Tickets will be available at the door the day of the party.

It wouldn’t be a party without music, so we are happy to announce that G. Love will be playing again this year! He’s excited to share his new beer and song, called “The Juice,” with everyone. If you missed last years anniversary party, you missed an amazing show. Showtime is still TBD but follow us on social media, or our website, for more info in the coming weeks.

We’ll be tapping some unreleased beers that our brewers made just for our anniversary. We have our 8th Anniversary Barrel Aged Blonde with Tangerine and Orange Blossom Tea, Oregon Berry Wheat with Raspberries and Blackberries, and Big Gulp Triple Juicy IPA.
 

About GoodLife Brewing Company

As brewers of hand crafted ales, we are outdoor enthusiasts who look forward to sharing our craft beers that are most balanced and of the highest quality. GoodLife Brewing Company has been making award-winning beers since 2011 in its home of Bend, Oregon. GoodLife's “Adventurous Ales” are Descender IPA, Sweet As! Pacific Ale, Comatose Imperial IPA and a selection of seasonal beers. In addition to making beer, GoodLife enjoys giving back ,to the community by supporting many local and national non-profit organizations. Play hard, live easy and enjoy GoodBeer for GoodLife! For more information, visit www.goodlifebrewing.com, or find us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @GoodLifeBrewing.

 
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Fourth Year Anniversary Party! at Hellbent Brewing Company
Jun
8
12:00 PM12:00

Fourth Year Anniversary Party! at Hellbent Brewing Company

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We’ve had an inordinate amount of fun since we opened our doors only a few years ago, and, to celebrate, we’re clearing out the parking lot for another beer garden blowout! We’re showcasing four live bands, featuring Ayron Jones from 7:00pm- 9:00pm. And, we’re inviting five different food trucks. And, we’re releasing our Anniversary IPA along with several special beer releases, including some favorites we have cellared. We’re so grateful for all the support our patrons have given every one of us since 2015. Please, come down and celebrate with us! Entry is free, music is for Hellbent Patrons only. We never have a cover, and, as always, 21 and over only.

Sarah O’Dea
Always Naked
Cosmic Serenity
Ayron Jones

 
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Birthday Dinner at Brother Barrel
Jun
1
5:30 PM17:30

Birthday Dinner at Brother Barrel

There's probably no need to remind you but we have a feeling that Seattle Beer Week planning isn't on your priority list. And this is ok if you're the kind of person who prefers to live in the moment (or day) and plan accordingly. This works most of the time when one is pondering what beer festival, beer tasting, or brewery-sponsored event is on the itinerary. This, however, doesn't work when one considers there is only a handful of brewery dinners listed on the official Seattle Beer Week website. Instead of stressing dinners or Seattle Beer Week, the folks at Brother Barrel in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood invite you to put June 2nd on the calendar.

Starting at 5 pm and with your $75 admission, Brother Barrel celebrates their Anniversary with a 4-course dinner with beers from Elliott Bay Brewing Company's Dan Ashley and food from Elliott Bay Brewing's Brother Barrel kitchen. And the courses? Well take a look for yourself, courtesy the staff at Brother Barrel.

Starting with a brief cocktail reception, hosted by Brother Barrel's award-winning lead bartender, guests will be invited to pair sips from the bar with a light snack before the first course.

Moving onto the main menu, here's what the kitchen staff have to say about courses one thru four.

image courtesy Brother Barrel

image courtesy Brother Barrel

First Course

  • Homemade focaccia bread with smokey moody blue cheese and cherry apricot mostarda

  • Paired with Peach Brandy Barrel-aged Belgian Tripel & Farmhouse gold

Second Course

  • Field greens with rose vinaigrette, pickled grapes, gala apple, pistachios and feta cheese

  • Paired with Spontaneous Cabernet & Sour Gold

Third Course

  • Mussels with garlic fingerling potatoes

  • Paired with De Rode Duivels & Gin Barrel-aged Demolition IPA

Fourth Course

  • Chocolate pavlova, raspberries and cherries

  • Paired with Ambrosia Kriek & Bourbon Barrel-aged Fauntleroy Stout

For more tickets visit https://brotherbarrelbirthday.brownpapertickets.com/ or for more information on Brother Barrel visit https://www.brotherbarrel.com/. Brother Barrel is located at 12537 Lake City Way NE in Seattle, WA.

 
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3rd Anniversary at Cairn Brewing Company
May
21
5:00 PM17:00

3rd Anniversary at Cairn Brewing Company

We can't believe its been 3 years! Thank you for all of your continued support We'll be celebrating Memorial Day weekend with 2 new beer releases each day! Here's what's in store...

Friday- Kick-off to the weekend! Open 3-10pm
Beer Release #1: Becker's Kolsch
Beer Release #2: Guava Becker- Small Batch Infused Kolsch
Road Chef Truck here from 4-8pm

Saturday- Open 12-10pm
Beer Release #1: Skyline, Hoppy Trails Series- Experimental Hazy IPA
Beer Release #2: Lychee Becker- Small Batch Infused Kolsch
Double Truck Saturdays
Seattle Taco Stand here from 12-4pm
Oskar's pizza here from 5-9pm

Sunday- Open 12-8pm
Beer Release #1: Tally the Timid, British Mild, a Micro Homebrew Collab!
Beer Release #2: Grapefruit Becker- Small Batch Infused Kolsch
HP's Smokehouse BBQ here from 3-7pm

Monday- Memorial Day w/ Special Holiday Hours, Open 12-8pm
Beer Release #1: Tailwagger, India Pale Lager
Beer Release #2: Watermelon Becker- Small Batch Infused Kolsch
Macho Burgers here 3-7pm

Cheers!

 
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Eighth Anniversary at Payette Brewing Company
May
11
11:00 AM11:00

Eighth Anniversary at Payette Brewing Company

image courtesy Payette Brewing Company

image courtesy Payette Brewing Company

WE'RE TURNING 8 YEARS OLD, can you believe it?! We would not be who we are today without the incredible support from our friends, family and community these past 8 years and we want to celebrate with you! It's been a BLAST so let's throw a few back and have some FUN!

Join us for a full day BEER GARDEN ANNIVERSARY PARTY!

Yard games & additional beer station outside
☀ Live music 2-6pm with Spencer Batt
☀ Food truck fare 12-8pm: Urban Smoke + Sushi Shack + The Rusty Dog - Boise Idaho Food Truck

 
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Bale Breaker’s 6th Birthday Party at Bale Breaker Brewing Company
Apr
13
12:00 PM12:00

Bale Breaker’s 6th Birthday Party at Bale Breaker Brewing Company

Bale Breaker is turning 6! Join us as we celebrate our birthday and let you in on a little something special—and when we say special, we're talking rainbows and glitter and garland and lots and lots of serotonin. We're talking the Imagination Station.

The Imagination Station is our psychedelic playground. It’s a funky, free place where just about the only thing that’s taken seriously is our craft and quality—everything else is fun and games and exploration. A mimosa glitter beer? Why not? We’ve done crazier.

Come for the Glitter Princess Birthday Brüt IPA, stay for the face-painting, balloon animals, and rainbow everything. At The Imagination Station, anything goes. If you can dream it, we’ll at least let you try to do it.

We’re ready to surprise you—so come on over, bring a friend, try something weird, and hop on into the Imagination Station.

 
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Populuxe Brewing's 6th Anniversary "Retro Game Show Night" at Populuxe Brewing
Mar
23
12:00 PM12:00

Populuxe Brewing's 6th Anniversary "Retro Game Show Night" at Populuxe Brewing

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Next month, on the 23rd of March, Populuxe Brewing will celebrate their 6th year in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood. Inspired by retro game shows, the brewery will entertain you with unique prize contests, limited-edition beers, and even a friendly game of Family Feud between nearby Reuben's Brews and Populuxe Brewing.

From the beginning, the first 20 customers will receive a free commemorative t-shirt with purchase, before being entertained by Betty Wetter. At 5 pm, guests will have a chance to parody the Price is Right, estimating the costs of various with the winner getting a prize. Then at 7:30, teams of four will face off in a mock game of Family Feud, before being entertained as breweries Populuxe and Reuben's Brews compete for best brewery in a special round of the 'Feud.

If you're interested in being a contestant during the party, you can visit Populuxe's Facebook or Instagram page in the coming weeks.

Besides games, Populuxe Brewing will releases three unique India Pale Ales and one sour. Breaking it down, here are the beers.

  • Contestant #1 India Pale Ale
    West Coast IPA brewed with Experimental Hop 07270. Dank and resinous, this big IPA has a strong, spicy hop-forward character. Double dry hopped to really help the aroma of 07270 to fill the glass. 7.5%ABV, 65IBU

  • Contestant #2 India Pale Ale
    An IPA brewed with Experimental Hop 10416, Contestant #2 has fruit forward orange, citrus, pine and mint aromas. A simple malt bill of organic 2-row and white wheat keep the hop character front and center. 6%ABV, 65IBU

  • Contestant #3 India Pale Ale
    Buddahs Hand Lemondrop Brut IPA! This IPA is brewed with 100% Lemondrop hops with a Pilsner malt and Flaked Rice grist. Buddahs Hand was added post fermentation to help the citrusy Lemondrop hops really pop. Bone dry and bright! 6.5%ABV, 40IBU

  • Survey Says Sour
    American Sour ale brewed with Soursop and Tangerine. Fruity and tart, this refreshing experimental sour bursts with tropical flavor. 5%, 1IBU

Finally, the brewery encourages you to leave the cooking to guest food truck, Peasant Food Manifesto, as they serve up TV dinner-inspired recipes with varying prices.

Populuxe Brewing Company is located at 826 NW 49th Street in Seattle, Washington and Retro Game Show Night is sponsored by Verity Credit Union.

ABOUT POPULUXE BREWING:
Populuxe Brewing was founded in 2012 by husband-and-wife team Peter Charbonnier and Amy Besunder. The brewery offers a variety of rotating taps including IPAs, CDAs, saisons, sours, brown ales and more, and features Ballard’s largest beer garden and an arcade. Populuxe Brewing won Washington’s Small Brewery of the Year award for 2018.

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"The Pint is Right: 12 Year Anniversary Party" at the North 45 Pub
Nov
7
7:00 AM07:00

"The Pint is Right: 12 Year Anniversary Party" at the North 45 Pub

North 45 Pub is proud to celebrate 12 years of serving libations and mussels & frites on NW 21st on Saturday, November 17th from 6pm to midnight! 

Join us for our game show themed 12th anniversary party, “The Pint is Right”. The game show wheel spins every hour from 6pm to midnight with guests in the pub and on our heated, covered patio enjoying prizes that include custom pop sockets, trucker hats, beer koozies, and lip balm not to mention celebratory cupcakes, complimentary champagne, and discounted pints. This event is free and open to all pub patrons and guests!

Enjoy exclusive specials like the Vanna White (Pinnacle vodka, grapefruit juice, thyme simple syrup, soda) and our Next Contestant (smoked buffalo chicken sandwich, bacon, crispy mozzarella, iceberg-blue cheese slaw and a side of onion rings), and take home cool prizes as we toast a dozen years at North 45 Pub!

From Kentucky Derby to Brew Hog beer tastings to Timbers games to tours of the whiskey wall, thank you for a dozen years of friends and frolic at our travel themed pub on the 45th parallel...cheers to a dozen more!

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Naked City "Do the Décima" at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Camano
Nov
3
11:30 AM11:30

Naked City "Do the Décima" at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Camano

Décima Beer Flights & Food Specials

… 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 Pike21stAmendmentSilver CityFarmstrongLazy Boy,VarietalFlying 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.

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Naked City "Do the Décima" at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse
Oct
20
to Oct 21

Naked City "Do the Décima" at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse

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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 Pike21stAmendmentSilver CityFarmstrongLazy Boy,VarietalFlying 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.

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2nd Anniversary at Teku Tavern
Oct
15
4:30 PM16:30

2nd Anniversary at Teku Tavern

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
Cloudburst Brewing
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
Dogfish Head
Engine House No. 9
Fremont Brewing

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35th Anniversary at Coopers Alehouse
Aug
25
3:00 PM15:00

35th Anniversary at Coopers Alehouse

Saturday Aug. 25th Coopers Alehouse "Seattle's Original Alehouse" We are celebrating our 35th anniversary and have a bunch of Breweries coming in to help us celebrate. Hales, Georgetown, Diamond Knot, Maritime, Boundary Bay, Deschutes, New Belgium, and Sierra Nevada. 

We open at noon and will be doing a BBQ party. the breweries are scheduled to show up around 3pm. We will be giving away a bunch of swag from the bar and featured breweries. 
Hales is working with us to brew a very limited (1 keg) IPA for our celebration, And Diamond Knot is also Doing a single keg of a special dry hopped version of their industrial IPA. 
For the most part from each of the featured breweries we will pouring one of their original beers and one of their newer products. Every brewery being featured has been around for 15+ years. 

and for any non-beer drinkers we will have Happy Hour drink prices all day long $3 Wells. Cheers!!!

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5th Anniversary at Rooftop Brewing Company
Aug
11
to Aug 12

5th Anniversary at Rooftop Brewing Company

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Seattle, WA, July 23, 2018– Rooftop Brew Co. is excited to celebrate our 5th anniversary and invites you to party with us and snag our special anniversary beer with the release of our Gateway Hazy Pale - our first ever release in cans!

Come celebrate 5 years of good beer and good friends at our tap room, 1220 W. Nickerson St., on Saturday, August 11 from 12pm - 12am. We will be featuring an expanded tasting room using the parking lot next door (thanks to our friends at Greenhome Solutions), food from SoSo Good and Seoul Bowl, ice cream and treats from Sweet Alchemy, cornhole tournaments, a photo booth as well as live music all day long! This will be an all ages event with face painting and sidewalk chalk for the little ones.

In addition, we are delighted to release our first ever beer in cans with our Gateway Hazy Pale! Easy to drink and full of citrus flavor and aroma, this is Rooftop’s “hoppy” beer for people who “don’t like hoppy beers,” designed to help you appreciate the hops without all of the bitterness. We are commemorating the release with Gateway t-shirts, glasses and koozies.

We can’t wait to celebrate the last 5 years with you and toast to the next 5 years and beyond!

Music from:
  • School of Rock House Bands

  • Your Favorite Friend

  • American Island

...

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Reuben's Brews 6th Anniversary Celebration at Brouwer's Cafe
Jul
23
3:30 PM15:30

Reuben's Brews 6th Anniversary Celebration at Brouwer's Cafe

From his humble beginnings as a garage homebrewer, thanks to a thoughtful gift from his son, Reuben, Adam Robbins has always looked to create the best brews he could. After using family, friends, and strangers to test his recipes – and winning a silver medal at a national homebrew competition – he embarked on his own full-time beer journey alongside his wife, Grace, and brother-in-law, Mike.

That was 6 years ago, and by all accounts, he has been incredibly successful in both the local and national beer scene. He has gone from a small 7-barrel brewhouse tucked away in Ballard, to two brewhouses, 15-barrel and 30-barrel, capable of upwards of 13,000 gallons of beer a year. That’s enough beer to quench the immense thirst of Washington drinkers.

The team at Reuben’s has been heavily involved in the community since the inception of the brewery. It has been a point of pride for them to be good stewards and friends of their fellow neighborhood residents. You can frequently find Reuben’s beers at almost every beer festival or other community gathering where fine beer is poured.

We’ve always been huge fans of the work they do in Ballard and in 2015, they created Gobsmacked, an amazing IIPA, for our tenth anniversary. More recently, we have been partnering with them to produce Triumvirate, our double-gold medal winning house beer, for over two years now. We couldn’t be happier to have the relationship we do with the team at Reuben’s and we are excited to be able to celebrate their 6th Anniversary with them. Come out on August 3rd to congratulate Adam and the rest of the family on six years of making bloody good beer.
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Deschutes 30th Anniversary Party at Drake Park
Jun
30
12:00 PM12:00

Deschutes 30th Anniversary Party at Drake Park

Saturday, June 30 is a daylong celebration at the namesake of Deschutes Brewery’s favorite pale ale, Mirror Pond (at Drake Park, 777 NW Riverside Blvd.), on Saturday, June 30th from 12pm-9:30pm. This family friendly party in the park includes pours of all the special 30thcollaboration beers and special releases. There will be, live music, damn tasty beer, hot air balloon rides and more family fun. The centerpiece of the action includes Street Pub, our nationally famous 186-foot-long pop-up bar. 

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BEND, Oregon –Bend’s original craft brewery is gearing up for its 30th anniversary with a week of celebrations in Bend spanning Monday, June 24 – Saturday, June 30.  (List below.)

On June 27th, 1988, Deschutes Brewery opened the doors of its Bend Public House on Bond Street. Three decades, and a lot of beer later, the company will host a weeks’ worth of local events celebrating   thirty years of craft brewing, community partnerships and the countless local customers who have been critical to Deschutes’ ongoing success. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Mt. Bachelor Ski Education Foundation (MBSEF), a longtime non-profit partner of the brewery.

To anchor the celebration, Deschutes has invited several Deschutes Brewery alumni to return and collaborate on seven exciting new brews. ...

Deschutes’ Founder, Gary Fish takes pride in the success of the collaboration brewers after their time here because they, all continue to make major contributions to the craft industry. “I’m glad they are pursuing their passion and have all been successful at it,” said Fish. “It speaks to their talent and perseverance. Every single one of them makes really good beer, and we’re proud of all of them.”

The Deschutes Brewery 30th anniversary collaboration “family tree” includes John Harris, Deschutes Brewery’s original brewmaster with Ecliptic Brewery, Frank Appleton a brewing consultant responsible for creating the recipes of Deschutes’ beloved brands such as Black Butte Porter and Cascade Golden Ale, Tim Gossack from Bell’s Brewery, Tony Lawrence from Boneyard Brewery, long time brewer Mark Vickery, Paul Arney from The Ale Apothecary, and Cam O’Connor and Larry Sidor now with Crux Fermentation Project.

The guest collaborators partnered with current Deschutes Brewery brewers, Veronica Vega, Ryan Schmiege, Robin Johnson and Ben Kehs to make the unique brews. All were made at Deschutes’ Bend brewing facility.

 “There have been a lot of great brewers that have impacted our process, our mission, our values and our success over these three decades,” said Fish, “I’m glad they’ve chosen to come back to commemorate the time we’ve spent together.” These brewers will head to Drake Park on Saturday, June 30, to help showcase the beer and reminisce about the days at Deschutes.
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Deschutes 30th Anniversary "Black Butte Whiskey" release party at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub
Jun
28
11:00 AM11:00

Deschutes 30th Anniversary "Black Butte Whiskey" release party at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub

On Thursday, June 28, specialty 30th anniversary Black Butte Whiskies will be released at the Bend pub. These releases will not be sold in bottles, only available by the glass.

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BEND, Oregon –Bend’s original craft brewery is gearing up for its 30th anniversary with a week of celebrations in Bend spanning Monday, June 24 – Saturday, June 30.  (List below.)

On June 27th, 1988, Deschutes Brewery opened the doors of its Bend Public House on Bond Street. Three decades, and a lot of beer later, the company will host a weeks’ worth of local events celebrating   thirty years of craft brewing, community partnerships and the countless local customers who have been critical to Deschutes’ ongoing success. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Mt. Bachelor Ski Education Foundation (MBSEF), a longtime non-profit partner of the brewery.

To anchor the celebration, Deschutes has invited several Deschutes Brewery alumni to return and collaborate on seven exciting new brews. ...

Deschutes’ Founder, Gary Fish takes pride in the success of the collaboration brewers after their time here because they, all continue to make major contributions to the craft industry. “I’m glad they are pursuing their passion and have all been successful at it,” said Fish. “It speaks to their talent and perseverance. Every single one of them makes really good beer, and we’re proud of all of them.”

The Deschutes Brewery 30th anniversary collaboration “family tree” includes John Harris, Deschutes Brewery’s original brewmaster with Ecliptic Brewery, Frank Appleton a brewing consultant responsible for creating the recipes of Deschutes’ beloved brands such as Black Butte Porter and Cascade Golden Ale, Tim Gossack from Bell’s Brewery, Tony Lawrence from Boneyard Brewery, long time brewer Mark Vickery, Paul Arney from The Ale Apothecary, and Cam O’Connor and Larry Sidor now with Crux Fermentation Project.

The guest collaborators partnered with current Deschutes Brewery brewers, Veronica Vega, Ryan Schmiege, Robin Johnson and Ben Kehs to make the unique brews. All were made at Deschutes’ Bend brewing facility.

 “There have been a lot of great brewers that have impacted our process, our mission, our values and our success over these three decades,” said Fish, “I’m glad they’ve chosen to come back to commemorate the time we’ve spent together.” These brewers will head to Drake Park on Saturday, June 30, to help showcase the beer and reminisce about the days at Deschutes.
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Deschutes 30th Anniversary "Back Alley Bash" at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub
Jun
27
5:30 PM17:30

Deschutes 30th Anniversary "Back Alley Bash" at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub

Wednesday, June 27 will be Deschutes Brewery’s annual birthday “Back Alley Bash” at the Bend pub located at 1044 NW Bond St. from 5:30pm to 9:30pm, with live music, food, and the release of special reserve beers: Black Butte XXX (Black Butte 30th) and Black Butte3(referred to as Black Butte cubed.) 

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BEND, Oregon –Bend’s original craft brewery is gearing up for its 30th anniversary with a week of celebrations in Bend spanning Monday, June 24 – Saturday, June 30.  (List below.)

On June 27th, 1988, Deschutes Brewery opened the doors of its Bend Public House on Bond Street. Three decades, and a lot of beer later, the company will host a weeks’ worth of local events celebrating   thirty years of craft brewing, community partnerships and the countless local customers who have been critical to Deschutes’ ongoing success. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Mt. Bachelor Ski Education Foundation (MBSEF), a longtime non-profit partner of the brewery.

To anchor the celebration, Deschutes has invited several Deschutes Brewery alumni to return and collaborate on seven exciting new brews. ...

Deschutes’ Founder, Gary Fish takes pride in the success of the collaboration brewers after their time here because they, all continue to make major contributions to the craft industry. “I’m glad they are pursuing their passion and have all been successful at it,” said Fish. “It speaks to their talent and perseverance. Every single one of them makes really good beer, and we’re proud of all of them.”

The Deschutes Brewery 30th anniversary collaboration “family tree” includes John Harris, Deschutes Brewery’s original brewmaster with Ecliptic Brewery, Frank Appleton a brewing consultant responsible for creating the recipes of Deschutes’ beloved brands such as Black Butte Porter and Cascade Golden Ale, Tim Gossack from Bell’s Brewery, Tony Lawrence from Boneyard Brewery, long time brewer Mark Vickery, Paul Arney from The Ale Apothecary, and Cam O’Connor and Larry Sidor now with Crux Fermentation Project.

The guest collaborators partnered with current Deschutes Brewery brewers, Veronica Vega, Ryan Schmiege, Robin Johnson and Ben Kehs to make the unique brews. All were made at Deschutes’ Bend brewing facility.

 “There have been a lot of great brewers that have impacted our process, our mission, our values and our success over these three decades,” said Fish, “I’m glad they’ve chosen to come back to commemorate the time we’ve spent together.” These brewers will head to Drake Park on Saturday, June 30, to help showcase the beer and reminisce about the days at Deschutes.
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Deschutes 30th Anniversary "throwback to 1988" party at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub
Jun
25
11:00 AM11:00

Deschutes 30th Anniversary "throwback to 1988" party at Deschutes Brewery's Bend pub

Festivities kick off Monday, June 25, at the Bend pub located at 1044 NW Bond St., for a “super local’s night” with a throwback to 1988, the year the company was founded. The evening will include a toast to the brewery’s long-time pub regulars.

More on Deschutes Brewery's 30th anniversary party

BEND, Oregon –Bend’s original craft brewery is gearing up for its 30th anniversary with a week of celebrations in Bend spanning Monday, June 24 – Saturday, June 30.  (List below.)

On June 27th, 1988, Deschutes Brewery opened the doors of its Bend Public House on Bond Street. Three decades, and a lot of beer later, the company will host a weeks’ worth of local events celebrating   thirty years of craft brewing, community partnerships and the countless local customers who have been critical to Deschutes’ ongoing success. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Mt. Bachelor Ski Education Foundation (MBSEF), a longtime non-profit partner of the brewery.

To anchor the celebration, Deschutes has invited several Deschutes Brewery alumni to return and collaborate on seven exciting new brews. ...

Deschutes’ Founder, Gary Fish takes pride in the success of the collaboration brewers after their time here because they, all continue to make major contributions to the craft industry. “I’m glad they are pursuing their passion and have all been successful at it,” said Fish. “It speaks to their talent and perseverance. Every single one of them makes really good beer, and we’re proud of all of them.”

The Deschutes Brewery 30th anniversary collaboration “family tree” includes John Harris, Deschutes Brewery’s original brewmaster with Ecliptic Brewery, Frank Appleton a brewing consultant responsible for creating the recipes of Deschutes’ beloved brands such as Black Butte Porter and Cascade Golden Ale, Tim Gossack from Bell’s Brewery, Tony Lawrence from Boneyard Brewery, long time brewer Mark Vickery, Paul Arney from The Ale Apothecary, and Cam O’Connor and Larry Sidor now with Crux Fermentation Project.

The guest collaborators partnered with current Deschutes Brewery brewers, Veronica Vega, Ryan Schmiege, Robin Johnson and Ben Kehs to make the unique brews. All were made at Deschutes’ Bend brewing facility.

 “There have been a lot of great brewers that have impacted our process, our mission, our values and our success over these three decades,” said Fish, “I’m glad they’ve chosen to come back to commemorate the time we’ve spent together.” These brewers will head to Drake Park on Saturday, June 30, to help showcase the beer and reminisce about the days at Deschutes.
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3rd Anniversary at Hellbent Brewing Company
Jun
9
to Jun 10

3rd Anniversary at Hellbent Brewing Company

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It's that time again. Time to celebrate another year with Lake City Way's Hellbent Brewing Company. Started in 2015, Hellbent was started with the goal of giving Lake City and North Seattle choices on where they had a beer. Based on the positive feedback and a brewery not willing to rest until it's made every style and come up with every name, we think they will be around for years to come. But enough about forecasts, let's talk about June 9th.

Starting at 12 pm, the brewery's taproom opens with their usual assortment of beers, as well as two new ones in Anniversary IPA and Peanut Butter and Jelly Stout. Besides beers, the brewery will host food trucks Lil J's SuperDawgsIsland blends acaiMoonshine-BBQWicked Good Grinders, and Bella M'Briana Food Truck. Finally, guests should expect entertainment from Collection of Lone Souljahs -Island Reggae, Alki Jones LIVE -Rock, Brass Monkeys - and Beastie Boys Tribute

Unfortunately, all will come to pass at the stroke of around 12 am, as they brewery looks forward to their 4th year, in 2019. For more information on music and food truck start/stop times, as well as this year's limited release beers, continue reading below.

Hellbent Anniversary IPA. 7% ABV | 63 IBUs

In honor of Hellbent's third anniversary we have produced an ultra premium IPA to celebrate. This beer bursts with citrus followed by a pungent pine punch and finishing with mellow tropical hop aromas. It is unfiltered for maximum hop flavor. 

Small Tank Series: Peanut Butter and Jelly Stout. 6.4%

Peanut butter and raspberry are added to this light-bodied, “summer stout” to make your inner child giddy with delight. 

Music Schedule

Food Truck Schedule

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Gigantic 6th Anniversary at Gigantic Brewing Company
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Gigantic 6th Anniversary at Gigantic Brewing Company

Seriously, we will be the first to admit this got lost in the mailbox. Maybe it was our overly aggressive spam filter, or maybe it was we forgot that Tuesday, May 8th, is Gigantic Brewing Company's 6th BIRTHDAY!

But rather than make a big deal of it, the brewery is keeping things casual with $3 pints all day. 

Nope, that's it. Just stop in May 8th, drink a few pints and maybe by a shirt or something. 

Cheers

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Bale Breaker 5th Anniversary at Bale Breaker Brewery and Taproom
Apr
13
to Apr 15

Bale Breaker 5th Anniversary at Bale Breaker Brewery and Taproom

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Party with us at the expanded Taproom. Enjoy the limited release of Fresh off the Farm IPA (7.0% 60 IBU) in cans and on tap,  food trucks and a few special surprises. Dress to impress in your fave Bale Breaker gear. Cheers to five years!

Chronic Foods will be on site April 13 and April 14.

Taproom hours are April 13, Noon – 9pm, April 14, Noon-9pm and April 15, Noon-5pm.

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BREWVANA 7th anniversary at Royale Brewing
Apr
8
2:00 PM14:00

BREWVANA 7th anniversary at Royale Brewing

Press Release

PORTLAND, ORE.  ... BREWVANA is celebrating seven years of supporting and promoting the history and culture of the craft brewing industry in Portland Oregon! The anniversary party will be at Royale Brewing (55 NE Farragut St, Portland, OR 97211) on Sunday, April 8th from 2 to 6 PM.  The event is all ages, with music and fun for all. A free shuttle will be provided from SE Growler Guys (816 SE 8th Ave #109, Portland, OR 97214) to the event. The shuttle will pick up roughly every 30 minutes. The event is free and no RSVP is necessary.

BREWVANA was born out of a passion for craft beer. Ashley Rose Salvitti served beer at breweries in Portland before buying a short bus and committing to introduce guests visiting from all over the world to the city's thriving craft beer industry. In 2011 BREWVANA hosted the inaugural tour on Friday, April 8th visiting four locations: Cascade Brewing, Green Dragon/ Buckman Botanical Brewery (now Rogue Eastside), Laurelwood Brewing Company and Upright Brewing. Lisa Morrison (the beer goddess) was talked into hopping on the bus at the 2nd location and reading from her book Craft Beers of the Pacific Northwest while guests enjoyed lunch.  Brewmaster Chad Kennedy and Shane Watterson served specialty beers out of the walk in cooler. Participants had a great time and they've all been on tours since then. The tours have evolved over the years to include more beer education, new breweries, new tour options including walking and private tours. One thing remains the same - guests leave buzzing in the euphoric state of BREWVANA, with a new appreciation for beer.

"I played tour guide for fun and now I get to do it for life!" says Ashley Rose. "What I love the most is collaborating with our beer friends. We provide an opportunity for our partners to tell their story, showcase their brand and introduce future fans to their new favorite beers." BREWVANA works with thelocations to create the best experience possible for their guests. The company has been featured on the Travel Channel and Start Up and has a string of 5 star reviews on Yelp and TripAdvisor. "I can't wait to see what the future holds for BREWVANA, as Portland grows as a beer destination."

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Anniversary & Block Party at Stones Throw Brewery
Mar
31
12:00 PM12:00

Anniversary & Block Party at Stones Throw Brewery

A block party to celebrate a milestone in the life of Stones Throw Brewery, its 2nd Birthday and thank our neighbors who have made our existence possible. Food trucks (Back East BBQ, Brotha Dude & Kurly’s Kart), games, beer and great local music (High Mountain String Band, JP Falcon & The Ringtail Cats) will be the order of the day, so our neighborhood can get together and share in our success. As always free, and family-friendly.
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Beer Authority Anniversary at The Beer Authority
Mar
20
5:00 PM17:00

Beer Authority Anniversary at The Beer Authority

Stop by the Beer Authority from 5 pm, to celebrate 9 interesting year's Lake City Way's original bottleshop. 

Featured at the event will be limited draft beers such as Fremont Head Full of Dynamite (Batch 2), 2013 edition Skagit River Trumpeter Stout aged in Deakin Estates Whiskey Barrels, as well as many other hard-to-find beers. 

This time around, owner Burc McFarlen has invited FireFlower condiments to garnish oysters raw or cooked on the grill. 

Stop reading and get ready for this March 20th event!

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