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Boulevard Tasting and X-Men: Dark Phoenix at Belmont Station
Jun
17
5:00 PM17:00

Boulevard Tasting and X-Men: Dark Phoenix at Belmont Station

Beer AND superheroes??? What more could you ask for? We are welcoming Boulevard Brewing Company / Duvel USA to Belmont for a night of fun! We will have Patrick in the shop for a tasting of some of Boulevard's tasty beers along with their brewer and brand ambassador, Jeremy Danner hanging out! BUT there isn't just beer! Patrick will be hosting a raffle for tickets to X-Men: Dark Phoenix!

Who doesn't love winning things! Make sure to check in the bar to see what special

 
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Kriekfest at Von Ebert Brewing in Glendover
Jun
29
11:30 AM11:30

Kriekfest at Von Ebert Brewing in Glendover

Press Release

Portland, OR – May 29, 2019 — Inspired by the Hood Valley’s abundance of cherry orchards, Kriekfest is the largest celebration devoted exclusively to barrel-aged cherry beverages. Kriekfest returns for its fourth annual inception, harvesting the biggest basket of cherry beers––and cider, mead, and sparkling cherry wine––yet, as well as relocating to a new venue. This year’s event will take place Saturday, June 29 from 11:30am to 7pm at Von Ebert Brewing Glendoveer, located at 14021 NE Glisan St.

New to the festival this year is a five-course kriek pairing dinner, which will be held at Von Ebert Glendoveer the evening prior on Friday, June 28. Dinner tickets are extremely limited and cost $125, which includes the meal and beverages, a commemorative stemmed glass, gratuity, and Kriekfest VIP admission the next day.

Kriekfest 2019 festival and dinner tickets are available now at merctickets.com/go/kriekfest. Advanced general admission costs $30 and includes six drink tickets. Advanced VIP admission is $50 and includes 13 drink tickets and half-hour early admission. GA is $40 and VIP is $60 at the gate. All beverages will be available in four-ounce pours; additional tasting tickets can be purchased onsite for $2 each. Minors and designated drivers receive free admission.

Kriek, Flemish for sour cherry, is a four-centuries-old style of spontaneously-fermented, lambic ales aged on cherries (pits and all). This year’s Kriekfest lineup features more than 30 participating providers, including the festival’s largest-ever (and possibly the globe’s largest) collection of world-class examples imported from Belgium and beyond, including Brasserie Cantillon, Brasserie Fantôme, Brouwerij Drei Fonteinen, Brouwerij Boon, Brouwerij Brasserie De Ranke, and Hanssens Artisanaal.

Cherry-growing regions are natural for such beers, so it’s no surprise Oregon’s Hood and Willamette Valley’s Belgian-inspired breweries make excellent krieks. This year’s lineup features sour cherry beers from both these regions, as well as five additional countries, and five more states. Many of the breweries are making their Oregon debut, including Michigan’s Speciation Artisan Ales and B. Nektar Meads, Wisconsin’s O’So Brewing, New Zealand’s 8 Wired, Australia’s Two Metre Tall, and Ontario’s Bellwoods.

The celebration of cherry-laced libations is family-friendly and features a cherry marketplace and other delicious food. For more information visit Kriekfest.com and follow updates on social media at @Kriekfest.

Breweries featured at Kriekfest*:
8 Wired, New Zealand
Alesong, Eugene, OR
Bellwoods, Canada
Block 15, Corvallis, OR
Boon, Belgium
Cantillon, Belgium
Cascade, Portland, OR
Double Mountain, Hood River, OR
De Ranke, Belgium
Drei Fonteinen, Belgium
Fantôme, Belgium
Firestone Walker, Paso Robles, CA
Hanssens, Belgium
Lindemans, Belgium
Little Beast, Beaverton, OR
Logsdon Farmhouse, Hood River, OR
Modern Times, Portland, OR
New Belgium, Ft. Collins, CO
O’so, Plover, WI
Oud Beersel, Belgium
pFriem, Hood River, OR
Speciation, Comstock Park, MI
Two Metre Tall, Australia
Upright, Portland, OR
 
Introducing the Oregon Wolf Pack:
Tiny Wolf, Beaverton, OR
Wolf Tree, Seal Rock, OR
Wolves & People, Newberg, OR

Cideries/wineries/meaderies at Kriekfest*:
B. Nektar Mead, Ferndale, MI
Frederiksdal Cherry Wine, Denmark
Rack & Cloth Cider, Mosier, OR
Reverend Nat’s, Portland, OR

*Subject to change

 
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"2nd Annual Edgefield Brewfest" at McMenamins' Edgefield
Jun
29
12:00 PM12:00

"2nd Annual Edgefield Brewfest" at McMenamins' Edgefield

image sourced from McMenamins Edgefield.

image sourced from McMenamins Edgefield.

The first one was so much fun, we’re doing it again! Join us for the 2ndAnnual Edgefield Brewfest.

On the same lawn where Edgefield Concerts take place, we’re bringing together more than 100 of Oregon and Washington’s best breweries & cideries for a day full of merriment. Wander the rows of taps to find your new favorite, or put together your strategic tasting plan, but whatever you do…pack up your chairs, bring the blankets, the kids & the dog and join us for some of the best beverages around, to the tune of live music and cheer!

Music:

Red Shed Stage
The Hillwilliams • Bluegrass • Noon - 3 pm

Bigfoot Mojo • Gypsy swing bluegrass • 4 - 7 pm

Lower Venue
Sliver Lake 66 • Americana • 2 - 5 pm

Participating Breweries and Cideries:

CIDERIES
1859 Cider Co.
Finnriver Farm & Cidery 
Portland Cider Company
Runcible Cider
Stone Circle Cider
Tumalo Cider Co
Wandering Aengus/Anthem Cider
WildCraft Cider Works

KOMBUCHA
Kyla Hard Kombucha

BREWERIES
54°40' Brewing Company
Backwoods Brewing Company
Bent Shovel Brewing
Breakside Brewery
Buoy Beer Company
Culmination Brewing Co.
Doomsday Brewing Company
Double Mountain Brewery
Ecliptic Brewing
Everybody's Brewing
Ex Novo Brewing Company
Feckin Brewery
Ferment Brewing Company
Fort George Brewery
Fortside Brewing Company
Freebridge Brewing
Full Sail Brewing Company
Gateway Brewing
Ghost Runners Brewery, LLC
Gigantic Brewing
Golden Valley Brewery
Ground Breaker Brewing
Heater Allen Brewing
Kells Brewery
Laurelwood Brewery & Public House
Leikam Brewing
Level Beer
Loowit Brewing Company
Migration Brewing
Montavilla Brew Works
Old Town Brewing
Ordnance Brewing
Oregon City Brewing
pFriem Family Brewers
Plank Town Brewing Co.
Public Coast Brewing Co. 
Rogue
Stickmen Brewing
StormBreaker Brewing
Sunriver Brewing
The Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub
Three Mugs Brewing Co
Thunder Island Brewing Co.
Trap Door Brewing
Upright Brewing
Vanguard Brewing Company
Von Ebert Brewing
Wild Ride Brewing
Wolf Tree Brewery
Xicha Brewing
Yachats Brewing

About Bigfoot Mojo

Blugrass duo

Upright bassist Belinda Underwood and national mandolin champion Josiah Payne met on the bluegrass scene in Portland, Oregon, as hired hands in other award-winning bands. Musicians in multiple genres since childhood, they both grew up in family bands before moving to Oregon, and were feeling orphaned without their families until they found each other in 2012. After playing together for 3 years as "Josiah and Belinda", they adoped the mascot of the Northwest when they became Bigfoot Mojo.

Songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, they have many creative offerings, including this new incarnation. Josiah and Belinda continue to mesmerize audiences with groove-based melodies and impeccable vocal harmonies (the kind that sound genetically-blended), setting a new standard for original music which defies genre boundaries.

Bigfoot Mojo plays with other amazing guest musicians to create a trio, quartet or bigger. Lately they have been featuring world-traveling guitarist Pete Kartsounes, when he is home from tour! Also featured is the young national twin fiddle champion Wilhelmina.

Josiah and Belinda also play together in the high-energy bluegrass band The Wild Wood and in their Middle Eastern funk band, Al Farasha.

Website:http://bigfootmojo.belindaunderwood.com/

About Silver Lake 66

Modern Americana

Maria Francis and Jeff Overbo define modern Americana with a winning amalgamation of classic country, folk and blues. Their songs have been hailed by numerous publications and radio stations for their knack of authentic, heartstring-tugging songwriting, impeccable harmonies and ardent guitar-playing. For nearly a decade through the 1990s, Francis and Overbo called Los Angeles home when they fronted a band called The Ruby Trees. The couple performed in a slew of local LA clubs, which includes appearances at Ronnie Mack’s Barn Dance at The World-Famous Palomino Club. Following a move to Portland, Francis and Overbo dealt with illness-related adversity that sidelined them from performance. But rising healthy and happy,  they found themselves adopted by a likeminded tribe of Portland musicians who helped them get back into the art of music-making. It was then that Silver Lake 66 was born. In August of 2016, the duo released a new LP, Let Go Or Be Dragged, featuring a collection of songs drawn from personal experiences of travel, love, loss and adversity. A group of local veteran musicians from the Portland Americana community round out the vocally driven, warm, tremolo-laden sound. The album has been a resounding success with Americana radio, receiving airplay from over 55 stations throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. The album hit #19 on the Roots Music Report’s album chart, and the song “San Francisco Angel” reached #18 on its singles chart. 

The Huffington Post’s Randy Radic describes Silver Lake 66’s music as “elegant simplicity” and “the real McCoy.” For Folk’s Sake’s Jonathan Frahm calls the duo “the real deal” and highlights their “sweet harmonies that mesh the entirety of their sound together.” 

About The Hillwilliams

Bluegrass

The Hillwilliams are a group of Portland, OR musicians who have come together to celebrate the high lonesome sound and hot picking of traditional Bluegrass.

Brought together initially by admiration for bluegrass masters like Bill Monroe and The Stanley Brothers as well as 1970s bluegrass supergroup Old and in the Way, The Hillwilliams blend three strong vocalists, smoking fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo and doghouse bass, into a fun high energy mix, that harkens back to classic bluegrass, while exploring an exciting sound of their own. Whether they are playing the best of the traditional bluegrass repertoire, or playing their own original bluegrass songs, their shows are fun, high energy events that leave audiences asking for more.

The Hillwilliams' first album of original material, "Hill Yeah!", was released in February of 2015.

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheHillwilliams/

 
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Bend Summer Festival near Downtown Bend
Jul
12
to Jul 14

Bend Summer Festival near Downtown Bend

Enjoy 29 years of kicking off the summer season, with the First Interstate Bank Bend Summer Festival Friday, July 12, through Sunday, July 14.  Featuring fine food and libations, talented artists, three stages of first class blues, rock and jazz from Central Oregon and across the nation. The Bend Summer Festival is more than an event—it is a destination. From the Family Play Zone, Souk Marketplace and the Center Ring, there's something for everyone to enjoy!

Summer Festival

Friday, July 12
5pm-11pm
Saturday, July 13
11am-11pm
Sunday, July 14
11am-5pm

The Bend Summer Festival draws more than 40 thousand locals and visitors each year for a weekend like no other.

Live Music:

Three stages and three days of Rock, Jazz, Americana and everything in between.

Gourmet Jazz, Food & Wine Street – Saturday & Sunday all day
Minnesota Street becomes the hub for gourmet artisans from the Pacific Northwest to sip, graze and absorb the best free live jazz in Oregon! This year, we pair a stellar line up of jazz musicians with world-class wines from Oregon. You will also find salts, oils, spices, exotic prepared food and more.

Family Play Zone – Saturday 11am-6pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
Enjoy two days of family fun at the First Interstate Bank Bend Summer Festival. Bounce houses, face painting, balloon animals, gardening activities, kids activities and more!

Fine Arts Promenade and SOUK – Saturday & Sunday all day
Shop through more than 100 fine artists and craftspeople as they fill the street with their handwork, design and artistry. Traveling to Bend from all over the state, region and country, these fine artists bring color and life to the First Interstate Bank Bend Summer Festival! A sampling of this year’s art include pottery, photography, fiber arts and clothing, 2D fine art, 3D fine art and sculpture, home and garden adornments, jewelry and more.

The SOUK is a section of our festival focusing on items from all over the world, as well as products that reflects the lifestyle and values of our community at large.

Bend Business Showcase – Saturday & Sunday all day
The Bend Business Showcase is a valuable opportunity to highlight central Oregon’s businesses while attracting thousands of local residents during the Bend Summer and Fall Festivals. Our visitors are pleasantly surprised to discover who’s who and who’s doing what in the Central Oregon area and are able to make more informed decisions when researching and seeking products and services.

The Center Ring – Saturday & Sunday schedule TBA
Returning this year is Bend Summer Festival’s Center Ring! This area highlights much of the talent in the area with a variety of wonderful performances!

New this year: PacificSource Kids Rock The Races Droplet Dash Saturday 12pm, at Troy Field
A kid's fun run with water worms, water guns, and waterslides! It sure to help these little runners cool off!

Bend Summer Festival 2019 is open to the entire community thanks to our generous sponsors:

Lay It Out Events produces more than 20 festivals, races and contract events each year. Events include Oregon WinterFest, Bend Fall and Summer Festivals, Bite of Bend, The Little Woody, Cascades Wedding Show, Balloons Over Bend Children's Festival and Theater in the Park. LIOE Races include the Happy Girls Run Series, Haulin' Aspen, Salmon Run and Kids Rock the Races. For each ticketed event and race, LIOE donates a portion of proceeds to local nonprofit organizations. Through our beneficiaries, we raise awareness and much-needed funds for vital nonprofit groups across the Northwest. In the past 10 years, LIOE has donated over $225,000 to local charities and nonprofits. We look forward to seeing you at the event, we couldn’t do it without you!

Beer garden sponsored by Deschutes Brewery.

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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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 Bigfoot Beverages Little Woody Barrel-Aged Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival at Deschutes Historical Museum
Aug
30
to Aug 31

Bigfoot Beverages Little Woody Barrel-Aged Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival at Deschutes Historical Museum

  • Deschutes Historical Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bend, OR — The Bigfoot Beverages Little Woody Barrel-Aged Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival returns to Bend, Oregon on Aug. 30 & 31, 2019. Celebrate the craft of Northwest barrel-aged beer and cider, along with small-batch American spirits, during the two-day festival on the lawn of the Deschutes Historical Museum in downtown Bend.
 
Each year, The Little Woody curates the very best selection of barrel-aged beers, ciders and whiskeys. It’s something that makes The Little Woody unlike other festivals in the region.
 
Lay It Out Events is excited to announce Bigfoot Beverages is joining the festival in 2019 as the title sponsor. Through the generosity of sponsors like Bigfoot Beverages, we are able to make The Little Woody a spectacular event every year.

In addition to limited-edition beer tastes, tasty food truck bites and lawn games, guests can kick back and relax with live music from The Jess Ryan Band, Friends From Home, Long Tall Eddy and the Allan Byer Project.
 
Be a Gnomie Homie with The Big Token!
At the end of The Little Woody, a select group of Gnomie Homies who purchase The Big Token are allowed to fill their Growlers with the remaining beer on tap. The Big Token is $15/adv. and $20/gate and will allow beer lovers to fill their growler between 9:30 and 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31. Beer selection is subject to availability.
 
Dress the Part — Get a Limited-Edition Snifter & Drink Tokens
The first 300 attendees who show up in full garden gnome attire will receive a limited edition Big Woody snifter and four drink tokens. A complete costume includes beards, hats, overalls — perhaps even a wooden pipe — but a gnome hat alone won’t cut it!

2019 Participating Breweries & Cideries

Oakshire Brewing

Ordnance Brewing
 
Silver Moon Brewing
 
Sunriver Brewing Co.
 
The Ale Apothecary
 
Three Creeks Brewing Co.
 
Wild Ride Brewing Co.
 
Worthy Brewing
 
Wildcraft Cider Works
 
Tumalo Cider Co.
 
Finnriver Farm & Cidery

10 Barrel Brewing Co.

Bend Brewing Co.

Boneyard Beer

Craft Kitchen & Brewery

Ecliptic Brewing

Fort George

Founders Brewing

GoodLife Brewing Co.

Immersion Brewing

Kobold Brewing

Ninkasi Brewing



Ticket Packages

Basic Entry: $15 ($12 in advance) Includes entry for both days and tasting glass
 
Tasting Package: $20 ($15 in advance) Includes entry for both days, tasting glass and 8 tasting tokens

VIP Tasting Package: $35 ($30 in advance) Includes T-shirt, tasting glass, 10 tasting tokens & early entry (4pm on Friday)
 
Designated Driver Entry: $5


The Bigfoot Beverages Little Woody Dates & Times:
Fri, Aug. 30, 5-10pm & Sat, Aug. 31, Noon-10pm
Friday VIP Entry: 4pm  |  ALL AGES: Sat, Noon-6pm
Ages 21+ ONLY (w/ ID): Fri, 4-10pm & Sat, 6-10pm
 
Tickets on Sale Now at thelittlewoody.com

Additional tokens will be available for purchase at event for $1each. Tastes cost2-4 tokens each.Beer & cider tastes are 4 ounces; whiskey tastes are .5 ounces (1.5-ounce shots of whiskey samples are also available).

About Bigfoot Beverages:Five decades of serving Oregon, Bigfoot Beverages’ roots are firmly in the Northwest — with a commitment to keep Oregon refreshed and to leading in excellence in their products, services and community involvement. Bigfoot Beverages regularly gives back to the community, providing refreshing beverages and donations for events benefiting groups that strengthen the community, such as the Feynman Charity Golf Marathon benefiting Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County. bigfootbeverages.com

About Lay It Out Events:Lay It Out Events produces more than 20 festivals, races, and contract events each year, including Oregon WinterFest, Cascades Wedding Show, Balloons Over Bend Children’s Festival, the Happy Girls Run in Bend, Spokane and Sisters, The Little Woody Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival and more. Committed to giving back to the community, Lay It Out Events donates a portion of each event’s proceeds to charity. Through our beneficiaries, we raise awareness and much-needed funds for vital nonprofit groups across the Northwest. As a result, we have given well over $225,000 to local charities over the past 10 years. For more information, visit layitoutevents.com

 
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Sour Beer Day at The Abbey Bar
Sep
14
12:00 PM12:00

Sour Beer Day at The Abbey Bar

A one-day-only tasting experience of the best Belgium sour styles and U.S. wild ales, along with food pairings.

And if you are not sure sours are for you, don’t worry. There will be introductory sour flights of “gateway sours” for you to safely dip your toe in the sour beer world. Noon-9pm.

 
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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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"Beer Quest 5k Fun Run and Brewfest" at Stormbreaker Brewing Company
Jun
15
10:00 AM10:00

"Beer Quest 5k Fun Run and Brewfest" at Stormbreaker Brewing Company

image sourced from Stormbreaker Brewing Company

image sourced from Stormbreaker Brewing Company

As part of this year's PDX Beer Week festivities, we are working with StormBreaker Brewing to host the third annual Beer Quest and Mini Beer Fest! This will be a casual but competitive beer "quest" involving many of the North Portland area breweries.

Participating breweries coming soon!

Starting at 10:00 am, you will make your way to each of the participating breweries to get a hole punch in your beer quest card. There is no set route, so how you get there is up to you! Run/bike/walk/unicycle/pogo stick, doesn't matter. (Just make sure you get your cards punched by 11:15.)

Miles covered will be roughly a 5K. Once you get your card filled out, head back to StormBreaker and redeem your beer quest card to get tasters for the beer fest. Each hole punch is redeemable for one 4 oz pour of that brewery's beer. Gain points along the way to become the Beer Quest Champ!

Ticket includes entry, event taster glass, 8 taster tix, event T-shirt, live music and tons of fun!

10% of our proceeds help support our nonprofit partners, the Oregon Brewshed Alliance, Dollar For Portland, and Life Vest Inside.

Registration is limited, so sign up today!

About the Run
We like to keep things relaxed so this may be different than other “races” you’ve done. We don't keep track of your finish time, and you won’t get a medal when you finish. Instead of closing down the streets, we ensure a safe and fun running route on sidewalks, through parks, and along trails!

Course details are coming soon!

Event Day Details

Please arrive 30 minutes before the start to get checked-in.

Bring a valid ID. You do not need to be 21 to enjoy the event, but must be 21 to enjoy the beer. (Registered, underage participants receive a complimentary non-alcoholic beverage).

There will not be a bag check; please plan accordingly.

The course is open, meaning roads will not be closed. You are responsible for obeying all traffic laws and regulations.

We run rain or shine! Dress appropriately for the weather.

Bring extra money if you want to purchase food, more beer, or any of our great Oregon Brewery Running Series merchandise!

Please drink responsibly!

Parking
Parking is a little tricky at StormBreaker. Arrive a few minutes early and look for spots in the surrounding neighborhood. Public transportation may also be a good option, depending on where you live. We always encourage carpooling and safe, designated drivers.

Look for our informational email closer to the event. We will remind you of these details and share anything else you might need to know.

Cheers!

About StormBreaker Brewing
"StormBreaker is a little-known nickname for Mt. Hood, the majestic 11,000-foot volcano that casts its shadow on Portland every sunrise. We brew our beer like Mt. Hood breaks storms coming off the Pacific Ocean, head on with intensity. Whether you are looking for big hoppy IPA like Cloud Ripper, a fruity lighter option like When I Froot..., a pale ale that is Right as Rain, or pretty much any style, we've got you covered. We love our pub on Mississippi Avenue and meeting everyone that comes in! Welcome to StormBreaker Brewing, winner of an unknown amount of 4th place finishes at many a beer competitions and a gold here and there."

About the Oregon Brewery Running Series
The Oregon Brewery Running Series is about inspiring Oregonians to Get Active, Have Fun, and Give Back. We host untimed family-friendly 5K fun runs that start and end at some of Oregon’s best breweries.

 
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Brewer’s and Their Bands at Ecliptic Brewing Company
Jun
14
4:00 PM16:00

Brewer’s and Their Bands at Ecliptic Brewing Company

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Press Release

Portland, Oregon. Earth. (May 30, 2019)- Ecliptic Brewing is excited to announce the return of a celebrated event on their coveted patio space on North Mississippi Avenue: Brewers & Their Bands. A featured Portland Beer Week event, Brewers & Their Bands will showcase five live music performances, beers from multiple breweries in a festival-style format, and food from Ecliptic’s kitchen.

The event will feature brewers from Double Mountain Brewing, Cider Riot, Breakside Brewing, and Ruse Brewing, each playing with their respective bands or with the event’s house band. The headliner and house band is the Buds of May Revival, which includes Ecliptic Brewing’s own John Harris playing the washboard. Beer and cider from each of the participating breweries will be available for purchase.

“We wanted a place to bring together fun music and great beer and highlight the other talents of celebrated local brewers,” says Harris, Ecliptic Brewing Owner and Brewmaster. “Brewers & Their Bands does just that, and we’re ready to rock.”

Brewers & Their Bands will take place June 14th, from 4-9pm on Ecliptic Brewing’s patio and is family-friendly. The event is free, with food and beer available to purchase.

About Brewer’s and Their Bands:

 

When: June 14, 2019, 4-9pm
Where: Ecliptic Brewing, 825 N. Cook Street
What: A festival to celebrate brewer’s bands and their beer! 

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For up to date details on the event, visit the Facebook page here.

About Ecliptic Brewing
Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon beer icon whose background is steeped in the state’s rich craft brewing history. The name Ecliptic unites Harris’ two passions: brewing and astronomy. As such, the brewery celebrates the Earth’s yearly journey around the sun through both its beer and restaurant menus. Harris’ signature beers include Starburst IPA, Orbiter IPA, Carina Peach Sour Ale and Capella Porter. For more information, visit: eclipticbrewing.com.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast, Southern Washington Coast), Hodgen Distributing (Eastern Oregon), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), NW Beverages (Seattle, Tacoma), Odom (Eastern Washington, Northern ID), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), Freedom Distributors (North Carolina), Beer Thirst (Canada) and Tread Water (Japan).

 
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Flight of the Pig at Thirsty Monk’s in Portland
Jun
14
4:00 PM16:00

Flight of the Pig at Thirsty Monk’s in Portland

One June 14, Thirty Monk Portland, home of the famous Pint of Bacon, is elevating the classic bacon and beer combination with a decadent 4-course menu of bacon dishes, paired with light, sessionable and low calories Monk Lite (because you know...balance).

Here’s a rundown of the menu:

  • Course 1: Skewer of sausage medallions wrapped in candied bacon

  • Course 2: Grilled Cheese with Bacon Jam and tomato.

  • Course 3: Pomme Frites with Bacon Aioli

  • Course 4: Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Dipped Bacon

Bonus—enter the bacon lovers raffle, and take home a Pint o' Bacon glass with every bacon purchase! So fly on over to Thirsty Monk Portland and satisfy all your bacon cravings during PDX Beer Week!

 
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3-Way IPA Release at New Seasons Woodstock
Jun
13
5:00 PM17:00

3-Way IPA Release at New Seasons Woodstock

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Thursday, June 13th
5pm to 8pm
New Seasons Woodstock
4500 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR

 
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3-Way IPA Release at Growler Guys in Ashland
Jun
13
5:00 PM17:00

3-Way IPA Release at Growler Guys in Ashland

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Thursday, June 13th
5pm to 8pm
Growler Guys Ashland
345 Lithia Way, Ashland, OR

 
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"Drink Your Movie" at Stormbreaker Brewing Company
Jun
11
7:00 PM19:00

"Drink Your Movie" at Stormbreaker Brewing Company

image sourced from Stormbreaker Brewing Company

image sourced from Stormbreaker Brewing Company

As part of PDX Beer Week we are hosting an interactive movie and beer going experience at our Mississippi Ave Location. We have curated 9 beers, totaling 52 ounces. for you to enjoy at certain times during the film. We will be drinking, we mean screening, the classic Willy Wonka! Movie will start at 7p so get there early to get your seat. Cost to participate is $20 or you can choose your own beers and just watch the movie.

Space is limited, so arrive early!

 
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3-Way IPA Release at Valley Growlers
Jun
11
5:00 PM17:00

3-Way IPA Release at Valley Growlers

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Tuesday, June 11th
5pm to 8pm
Valley Growlers
15735 SE Happy Valley Town Center Dr, Happy Valley, OR

 
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22nd Annual Barley Cup Brewfest at McMenamins' Thompson Brewery & Public House
Jun
8
to Jun 9

22nd Annual Barley Cup Brewfest at McMenamins' Thompson Brewery & Public House

  • Thompson Brewery & Public House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
image sourced from McMenamins Thompson Brewery & Public House

image sourced from McMenamins Thompson Brewery & Public House

This brewfest began 22 years ago when brewer Chris Oslin formulated the idea based on his love of hockey. This event would turn into the Stanley Cup of brewfests! The winner only holds the growing trophy temporarily before it's returned to its home at the Thompson, just like the Stanley Cup. This event turned into quite the community affair, as a local Salem Brew Club would do the judging. We think it's still a matter of public interest as the voting is now done by you! Join us and try 22 total brewfest offerings. There will be 6 ciders and 16 Ales along with a discovery hunt. Also, don't forget to drop your ballot.

 
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3-Way IPA Release at Beer O’Clock
Jun
7
7:00 PM19:00

3-Way IPA Release at Beer O’Clock

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Friday, June 7th
7pm to 10pm
Beer O’Clock
1205 SW Washington St, Portland, OR

 
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Silver Moon F* Cancer Release Party and Fundraiser at Belmont Station
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Silver Moon F* Cancer Release Party and Fundraiser at Belmont Station

Silver Moon's F* Cancer IPA is back (IN CANS!!) and we are ready to throw a party for them! This is Silver Moon's annual cancer research fundraiser and release. Proceeds from each can and keg sold will be donated to the American Cancer Society, The Knight Cancer Institute, or Ronald McDonald House of Oregon & SW Washington. Last year they were able to raise $50,162 and this year we want to beat that number! Come be a part of a good cause, a good time, and a good beer. As Silver Moon says, "together we raise a glass and a middle finger. F* CANCER"

 
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Ordnance Tasting Featuring Canopy Shaker at Belmont Station
Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

Ordnance Tasting Featuring Canopy Shaker at Belmont Station

Join us in welcoming back our friends, Ordnance Brewing, for a tasting in the bottle shop! We love having this brewery from Boardman, OR visit us because of how great, crisp, and clean their beer always is. We will be featuring the following:

  • EOD IPA

  • Kolsch

  • *NEW* Canopy Shaker Juicy IPA

Make sure to stop in the bar to see what special Ordnance draft we will have pouring! Let's do this!

 
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3-Way IPA Release at The Bier Stein
Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

3-Way IPA Release at The Bier Stein

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Tuesday, June 4th
5pm to 8pm
The Bier Stein
1591 Willamette St, Eugene, OR

 
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4th Annual Kettle Sour Fest at Stickmen Brewing Company
Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

4th Annual Kettle Sour Fest at Stickmen Brewing Company

SAVE THE DATE!
Every year we showcase 15-20 local kettle soured beers and sour ciders on our lake front patio in Lake Oswego, OR.
Fest entry includes a custom tasting glass and a 8 drink tickets. Extra drink tickets $1/each.

Our non-profit partner this year is With Love Oregon. Their mission is to help foster families change the lives of children ages 0-6 by providing resources that nurture dignity, hope and community.
Seventy percent of the Kettle Sour Fest proceeds will go to With Love to help support their great cause!

Read more about With Love Oregon here...
https://www.withloveoregon.org/

Online tickets- $20
Door Sales June 1st - $25

Participating Breweries & Cideries (updated as more join):
Stickmen Brewing Company
Yakima Craft Brewing Co.
Ecliptic Brewing
Reverend Nat's Hard Cider
Vanguard Brewing
Oregon City Brewing Company


*Rain or Shine event*
*Kid Friendly*


Contact Lauren Satterfield with event questions or for brewery participation: events@stickmenbeer.com

 
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3-Way IPA *can release at Ruse Brewing
Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

3-Way IPA *can release at Ruse Brewing

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Saturday, June 1st
Noon to 6pm
Ruse Brewing
4784 SE 17th Ave, Portland, OR
*Can release party*

 
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3-Way IPA *can release at Fort George Brewery/Lovell Building
May
26
12:00 PM12:00

3-Way IPA *can release at Fort George Brewery/Lovell Building

Press Release

[Astoria, Oregon] The concept is rock solid. Each year Fort George travels the Pacific Northwest, tastes a lot of great beer, and looks for two breweries making innovative and exciting IPAs. After the invitations are extended in late summer, the collaborators come to Astoria to hang out, share more beer, and most importantly work together on a concept for the next 3-Way IPA.

SUMMER 2019 LINEUP

For 2019, Cloudburst Brewing joined the party. This award winning Seattle brewery brings with them a ton of experience, lead by Steve Luke, the former head of experimental brewing at Elysian and creator of the Space Dust IPA recipe, among others. And they also brought the Corporate yeast strain for this year’s beer. Where did they get it? We weren’t asking any questions.

Although Ruse Brewing in Portland is only two-years-old, these folks are definitely not unknown in the brewing world. Co-Founders Devin Beware and Shaun Kalis came from Culmination Brewing before branching out on their own. And already Ruse has been voted by the Willamette Week Oregon Beer Awards as both best new brewery and best small brewery in Oregon.

BETA IPA TESTING

After three days of getting to know each other in Astoria, they began the Beta IPA process with the first small batches starting in November of last year. The initial idea was to brew something in between a New England style hazy and a West Coast IPA - unfiltered with pilsner malt, red wheat, golden promise, plus ample discussions about pH levels in the whirlpool and the amounts of each hop addition.

Hops are the final and perhaps most important component to the 3-Way IPA collaboration. Sourcing the thousands of pounds needed to brew this beer can be tricky. Three hops were initially chosen - Cashmere, Idaho 7, and Citra. However, they also hatched a plan to try out different dominant dry hops in each batch, while also making minor adjustments to the rest of the recipe.

THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR

3-Way IPA combines all of the fruit-forwardness of a hazy, but with that classic touch of bitterness from a West Coast IPA. Many Beta IPA test batches were brewed (and enjoyed) to achieve that balance. The result is a bright, citrus fruit bomb that doesn’t finish too heavy or sweet. And it also doesn’t hold back on the hops.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. As an added wrinkle to this year’s collaboration, that dry hop will also rotate throughout 3-Way IPA season. The first batches are heavily dry hopped with Citra (notes of orange juice, grapefruit zest, and bitter lemon peel). As the weeks go by, supporting hops will take a starring role. And you’ll be able to see which hop is dominant by checking the bottom of your can.

For those of you with tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy, taste the new 3-Way IPA on Saturday, May 25th at the historic Flavel Mansion & Grounds, surrounded by lupulin delights from every 3-Way IPA collaborator throughout the years. If you don’t have a ticket, unfortunately it is sold out. But 3-Way IPA will be on sale at Fort George starting Sunday, May 26th. And at the brewery, there are no limits on can sales.

Join all three collaborators for the first release parties in Seattle on Friday, May 31st at Chuck’s Hop Shop Central District, and in Portland at Ruse Brewing on Saturday, June 1st. Then look for 3-Way IPA cans & draft releasing at pubs & bottleshops near you, starting June 3rd. Fort George is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

3-WAY IPA CELEBRATIONS

Come hang out and enjoy a pint of 3-Way IPA with us. You’re guaranteed to find it on tap at these locations, on these days. Or, you can always search for Fort George beer at fortgeorgebrewery.com/beerfinder.

Sunday, May 26th
Starting at noon
Fort George Brewery/Lovell Building
1483 Duane St, Astoria, OR
*Can release party*

 
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Fort George Lupulin Ecstacy at Flavel Mansion
May
25
12:00 PM12:00

Fort George Lupulin Ecstacy at Flavel Mansion

image courtesy Fort George Brewery

image courtesy Fort George Brewery

Press Release

Journey to a mystical realm, where the skies are filled with wonder and fields burst in a glorious green. Tour the grand history of Astoria as you wander the halls of the Flavel Mansion. Expand your hop-perception sipping lupulin delights in the Flavel Garden, with an assortment of fanciful creations from all of the 3-Way IPA collaboration breweries throughout the years. Then, explore the grounds to discover a carefully curated collection of live music, special attractions, and street tacos. Fort George cordially invites you to a festival of Lupulin Ecstasy.

SEASON FOR FRIENDSHIP
It’s a magical time of year on the North Coast. Astorians are rolling out their barbecues, pulling on their warmer weather hoodies, and getting together with friends to collaborate on fresh summer seasonals. 3-Way IPA is on the way, this year with our good buddies from Cloudburst and Ruse. And to really mark the occasion with maximum friendship, we’re inviting all of our 3-Way IPA friends together in a celebration of Lupulin Ecstasy.

Tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy are on sale now. Your purchase grants you admission to Lupulin Ecstasy attractions & live performances, a festival glass & eight tasting tickets, access to fest beers sprinkled around the grounds, and entry into the Captain George Flavel Mansion for the day. Plus, don’t forget those tacos.

MANSION GROUNDS
The Flavel Museum is a classic Queen Anne style home, sitting in downtown Astoria at the foot of 8th Street. Constructed in 1885 by Captain George Flavel, a river pilot and Astoria’s first millionaire, the house and grounds are now owned and operated by the Clatsop County Historical Society. George was a great supporter of Astoria and lavish parties, much like Fort George.

THE CAUSE
A portion of the ticket price will go to the Clatsop County Historical Society, supporting the Uppertown Firefighter’s Museum, the Heritage Museum, and the Flavel House. More information can be found at www.cumtux.org.

ECSTASY
Special selections will be pouring from all of our 3-Way IPA friends - Gigantic, Lompoc, Block 15, Boneyard, Georgetown, pFriem, Melvin, Barley Brown’s, Reuben’s Brews, Great Notion, Holy Mountain, Modern Times, Ruse, Cloudburst, and Fort George. And 3-Way IPA (2019) will make its debut for the summer. Each ticket holder will receive a tasting glass and 8 tasting tickets. Pours are all 6-ounces. Tasting tickets are used for both beer and food at the festival. Additional tasting tickets will be available for purchase. You must be 21+ to purchase and redeem a festival ticket, however minors are welcome when accompanied by a ticket holder.

To purchase tickets go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lupulin-ecstasy-festival-tickets-58462549058 or find updated information at lupulinecstasy.com.

We cannot think of a finer way to release 3-Way IPA than with all of our collaborators, surrounded by our friends, and drinking lupulin delights right in the heart of the City of Dreams.

Event Details:
Captain George Flavel Mansion
441 8th Street
Astoria, Oregon
Saturday, May 25th
Noon to 6pm
lupulinecstasy.com

Brought to You By:
Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane Street
Astoria, Oregon 97103
(503) 325-PINT
fortgeorgebrewery.com

 
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375ml Bottle Release Party with The Ale Apothecary at Belmont Station
May
23
5:00 PM17:00

375ml Bottle Release Party with The Ale Apothecary at Belmont Station

Introducing The Ale Apothecary 375ml bottles! We are so pumped to have Paul and Staci Arney join us to celebrate the release of this exciting new format -- and some new beers to help celebrate! Over in the shop we will be putting out the following 375ml bottles:

  • La Tache

  • Sahalie

  • El Cuatro

  • Ralph

  • Sahati

  • Carpe Diem Mañana

  • Sauvie (NEW! Made with Sauvie Island hops)

  • Field Spirits (NEW! Dark rye sour)

Don't forget to pop in to the biercafe as well! We will be pouring Sauvie, Field Spirit, Ralph, and Sahati. You don't want to miss this!

 
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Meet the Founder with Reuben's Brews at Belmont Station
May
22
5:00 PM17:00

Meet the Founder with Reuben's Brews at Belmont Station

Co-founder of Reuben's Brews, Adam, is coming in to town for the release of this year's 3-Way IPA and decided to spend some of his trip with us! We will be pouring some special Reuben's drafts along with plenty of packaged available for to go in the bottleshop.

The draft list will include:

  • Crush Zero IPA-there were no hops added during the boil, the only hops used in this beer were for dry hopping!

  • Extant DIPA

  • Nordic Haze- brewed with Norwegian yeast

  • Summer Ale

Come on in and help us make Adam feel right at home! We can't wait!

 
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Modern Times "Fortnight of Monsters" at Belmont Station
May
20
5:00 PM17:00

Modern Times "Fortnight of Monsters" at Belmont Station

You better get your drinking pants on because this is going to be a big event! We will have Modern Times in the house to celebrate their Monsters' Park. Not only will we be pouring their 2019 release of this hefty imperial stout, we will have four other Monsters' Park variants on draft as well! Our draft list will include:

  • Monsters' Park 2019

  • Monsters' Park with Vanilla (Ugandan & Madagascar Vanilla beans)

  • Monsters' Park Mexican Hot Chocolate (Vanilla, cinnamon, cocoa, and chilies)

  • Monsters' Park Blackberry Cobbler (Vanilla, cinnamon, and blackberries)

  • Chaos Grid: Monsters' Mix (blend of Mega Devils's teeth aged in North American port barrels, Modem Tones aged in domestic brandy barrels, and Monsters' Park aged in domestic brandy barrels)

Let's get scary, y'all!

 



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4th Annuval Kettle Sour Fest at Stickmen Brewing Company
May
15
4:00 PM16:00

4th Annuval Kettle Sour Fest at Stickmen Brewing Company

Join us and With Love Oregon as we showcase 15-20 local kettle soured beers and sour ciders on our lake front patio in Lake Oswego, OR.

Our non-profit partner this year is With Love Oregon. Their mission is to help foster families change the lives of children ages 0-6 by providing resources that nurture dignity, hope and community.
Seventy percent of the Kettle Sour Fest proceeds will go to With Love to help support their great cause!

Read more about With Love Oregon here...
https://www.withloveoregon.org/


Fest entry includes a custom tasting glass and a 8 drink tickets. Extra drink tickets $1/each.

Online tickets- $20
Door Sales June 1st - $25

Participating Breweries & Cideries (updated as more join):
Stickmen Brewing Company, Lake Oswego Brewpub
-Kid Vegas (Prickly Pear)
-To The Core (Spiced Apple)
-Strawberry Fields (Strawberry/Lavender)
-500 Festive Berries (Cranberry/juniper)
-Rhubarb Gose
Yakima Craft Brewing Co. - WildNFruity
Ecliptic Brewing- Tucana Tangerine Sour Ale
Reverend Nat's Hard Cider- Sacrilege Cherry Sour Cider
Vanguard Brewing- Red Don (Flanders Red)
Oregon City Brewing Company-
West Coast Grocery Company- Cherry Sour
Culmination Brewing Company-Sour Flower w/blackberry & hibiscus
G-Man Taproom-Sour Brut Pale Ale
Three Mugs Brewing Company-Sour Passion
Oakshire Brewing-Sun Made Cucumber
Rogue Ales & Spirits-Combat Wombat
McMenamins Old St. Francis School-Razzfandel
Portland Cider Co. - Passionfruit Cider
Modern Times PDX - Gravity Hammer
Public Coast Brewing Company- Passion fruit Sour

*Rain or Shine event*
*Kid Friendly*

 
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Sabertooth Microfest at Mcmenamins Crystal Ballroom
May
4
3:00 PM15:00

Sabertooth Microfest at Mcmenamins Crystal Ballroom

image courtesy Sabertooth Microfest

image courtesy Sabertooth Microfest

McMenamins and Portland Mercury proudly host the Fifth Annual Sabertooth Microfest, a musical celebration of the Crystal Ballroom's psychedelic history.

Visit the Sabertooth website for all info!

Sabertooth is presented by McMenamins and Portland Mercury, with additional support from Cravedog, Pabst and DO503.

Beer and Band Collaborations:

Khôrada
Hillsdale Brewer Jenni Augello

Freebase Hyperspace
East Vancouver Brewer Tega Chijavadze

Year of the Cobra
Highland Brewer Tucker English

Holy Grove
High Street Brewer Hanns Anderson

Wizard Rifle
Edgefield Brewers Will Gaither, Shane Kono, Stacy Clark & Bryan Delfino

Hound the Wolves
Crystal Brewer Stephen Harper

Eight Bells
Corvalis Brewer Kody Green

Eye of Nix
TBD

Market Place Vendors:

Koll Guitars

Benson Amps

Malekko Pedals

Vintage Icon
AmericaniconAustin@Gmail.com

Amphead

Microfest website:http://www.sabertoothpdx.com/

 
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Brewery Can Release: Lenzbock with Heater Allen at Belmont Station
May
1
5:00 PM17:00

Brewery Can Release: Lenzbock with Heater Allen at Belmont Station

Join Heater Allen brew crew members Patrick and Rick as we help them release their latest canned beer, the highly anticipated spring lager, Heater Allen Lenzbock. Cans will be available to take home, and we will be pouring Lenzbock and another Heater Allen beer in the taproom.

 



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Brewery Release: Logsdon Peche 'n Brett at Belmont Station
Apr
30
5:00 PM17:00

Brewery Release: Logsdon Peche 'n Brett at Belmont Station

Join the Logsdon gang here at the Station for an evening of great Logsdon beers! We will be pouring Peche 'n Brett and one other Logsdon beer in the bar, and we will have 500 ml bottles of Peche 'n Brett for sale in the shop. The Logsdon team might have some special stuff to share as well!

 


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Ecliptic + Firestone Walker Cosmic Collaboration Hazy Double IPA Release Party Thursday April 25 | 7-9 PM
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Ecliptic + Firestone Walker Cosmic Collaboration Hazy Double IPA Release Party Thursday April 25 | 7-9 PM

Ecliptic is celebrating five trips around the sun with a series of collaborations with some of founder/brewmaster John Harris' brewing friends. This month's release was brewed with Firestone Walker brewmaster Matt Brynildson: Hazy Double IPA brewed with Azacca, El Dorado, Idaho 7 and HBC 692 (experimental) hops.

Matt and John will be in the biercafe, hanging out and celebrating with us!

 
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Il Solito + Cascade Brewing Pairing Dinner
Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

Il Solito + Cascade Brewing Pairing Dinner

LOVE SOUR BEER?

Ale, Yeah! For one night, enjoy our Italian American food paired with beer from our friends at Cascade Brewing.

April 18th 6-9pm

TIckets $95 - Includes 4 courses with beer pairings, reception with bites & beer and gratuity.

Reception:

Lamb tartare, sumac, cara cara, yogurt, flatbread

Crispy pork trotter, sultana relish

Paired: sang du chene, triple ale

First course:

Beets, caciotta di bufala, dried blueberry mostarda, pear, pistachio

Paired: snow cap raspberry

Second course:

Duck gnudi, braised duck leg, dark chocolate, cocoa nib, oil cured olive

Paired: primordial noir

Third course:

Boar collar, smoked onion soubise, cherry relish, brown butter roasted carrots, lovage, beer jus

Paired: kriek

Dessert course:

olive oil cake, malted strawberry gelato, strawberry chocolate mousse, pineapple gastrique

Paired: framblanc (white raspberry)

 
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Brewery Collaboration Night and Tasting with Grains of Wrath & Trap Door at Belmont Station
Apr
6
1:00 PM13:00

Brewery Collaboration Night and Tasting with Grains of Wrath & Trap Door at Belmont Station

Grains of Wrath AND Trap Door? Yes please!

Here's the deal: GoW (Grains of Wrath) and Trap Door made the same base IPA in their respective breweries. One made it hazy (Trap Door) and the other made it a straight-up Northwest-style IPA. We get to try them both side-by-side in the biercafe and there will be some cans available to take home. Members from both brew crews will be on hand for the celebration! Watch next week's newsletter for more details.

 
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Brewery Night and Tasting with Sunriver at Belmont Station
Apr
4
5:00 PM17:00

Brewery Night and Tasting with Sunriver at Belmont Station

SunRiver is releasing their Sunny D New England-style IPA in 16-ounce cans, and we are helping celebrate! Come pick up these great-looking new cans to take home, and stick around to taste among some of their other great beers in the bottle shop:

  • Sunny D IPA

  • Vicious Mosquito IPA

  • Rippin' Northwest Ale

  • Cocoa Cow Milk Stout

 
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Pints for Parkinson's Kick Off Party at Boneyard Pub
Mar
28
6:00 PM18:00

Pints for Parkinson's Kick Off Party at Boneyard Pub

The Brian Grant Foundation is heading to  Bend for a party on March 28, 2019 at Boneyard Pub. This event is open to the public and $1 of every beer purchased that night supports our programs. You’ll also get a chance to pre-purchase your $25 Pints Passport before Parkinson's Awareness Month in April. Throughout April and May you can use your passport to get 10 pints at any of the locations participating in Pints for Parkinson's (one pint per location). Come out and help us kick off Parkinson's Awareness Month!

 
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Pints for Parkinson's Kick Off Party at Urban Studio
Mar
27
5:30 PM17:30

Pints for Parkinson's Kick Off Party at Urban Studio

Join us for the Pints for Parkinson's kick off party! We'll be showing the Blazers game with food, drinks and a chance to pre-purchase your $25 Pints Passport before Parkinson's Awareness Month in April. Throughout April and May you can use your passport to get 10 pints at any of the locations participating in Pints for Parkinson's (one pint per location). Come out and help us kick off Parkinson's Awareness Month!

 
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