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Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave
Portland, Ore

Noon-3:30 p.m.

Phone: 503-228-5269

Tours of the Portland Brewing Company Brewery are held every Saturday between noon and 3:30pm . Call (503) 228-5269 to reserve your space.


Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave
Portland, Or

Phone: 503-228-5269

SHIRT & SIXER SATURDAY-Grab a Six Pack and a Shirt for only $18

SATURDAY FLIGHT NIGHT-Buy one flight, get the second half-price – *4pm-Close

7.23.16, 7.30.16

Alameda Brewhouse
4765 NE Fremont St
Portland, OR 97213

Phone: 503-460-9025

Growler fills are only $6.00 every Saturday!



Downtown Oregon City
Oregon City OR 97045

11 am

The Inaugural Oregon Trail Brew Fest is the first Brew Fest to celebrate breweries along the Oregon Trail! Taste beers from Kansas City, to Boise, to Oregon City, the official end of the Oregon Trail! The Oregon Trail Brew Fest is part of Oregon’s First City Celebration! Brewery information coming soon! For more information and to purchase tickets visit Participating Breweries (subject to change)
Bent Shovel Brewing (Oregon City, OR)
Coin Toss Brewing Co. (Oregon City, OR)
Feckin Irish Brewing Company (Oregon City, OR) O
Oregon City Brewing Co. (Oregon City, OR)
Boring Brewing (Boring, OR)
Double Mountain Brewery (Hood River, OR)
Ecliptic Brewing (Portland, OR)
Freebridge Brewing (The Dalles, OR)
Hermiston Brewing Co. (Hermiston, OR)
Ordnance Brewing (Boardman, OR)
pFriem Family Brewers (Hood River, OR)
Thunder Island Brewing Co. (Cascade Locks, OR)

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Hopworks Urban Brewery
2944 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202


Phone: (503) 232-4677

We offer free brewery tours every Saturday at 3pm. Tours include two tastings of our beer. Walk-ins are welcome, but if you have a party of 10 or more, please contact us in advance by emailing


11 am

The day has arrived! Years in the making, the first of a series of designated ale trails in Portland launches! Pick up the Passport Brochure at any participating brewery or partner.
How many of the breweries can you visit over the weekend?!?!? Here is a full list:
Baerlic Brewing, McMenamins Bagdad, Base Camp Brewing, McMenamins Barley Mill, Burnside Brewing, Cascade Brewing, Culmination Brewing, Commons Brewery, Gigantic Brewing, Green Dragon Brew Crew/Buckman Botanical Brewery, Ground Breaker Brewing, Grixsen Brewing, Hopworks Urban Brewery, Lucky Lab Brewing, Migration Brewing, Mt. Tabor Brewing,

More information at!

eastside ale trail


Port of Brookings Harbor
16350 Lower Harbor Rd, Brookings, Oregon 97415


Phone: 541-661-KEGS

Fill your growler or enjoy a pint! Hang out with Chetco Brewing Company at the Saturday Market at the Port of Brookings Harbor!


Breakside Taproom
5821 SE International Way
Portland OR 97222

Noon - 8pm

Breakside Brewery celebrates the sun, refreshingly crisp, hoppy and tart beers, Hawaiian-style BBQ and family friendly games and entertainment at the 3rd annual Summer Luau at our Milwaukie, Oregon Tasting Room & Brewery. As one of the only times of the year that the Tasting Room is kid friendly, the brewery features the release of it’s most popular seasonal, Passionfruit Sour Ale and it’s Hawaiian influence with music, games and great beers on Saturday, July 23rd from Noon to 8pm.

Breakside’s Chef Mike Delaney will be cooking up a Hawaiian-themed menu with meat and veggies and specials like his famous Kahlua Pork.
The tasting room will be Randall infusing a keg of Wanderlust IPA with fresh cut Mango’s and that’s in addition to a new batch of the beloved Passionfruit Sour Ale on tap.
There will be a kids corner & activity packs for the little rugrats.
Passionfruit Sour Ale release.
Outdoor misters.
Kiddie soaking pool.

Breakside Milwaukie Summer Luau
Saturday, July 23rd Noon – 8pm
$15 for a glass plus 4 tickets for tasters.
breakside brewery luau 2016


Chetco Brewing Company Tap Room
927 Chetco Ave
Brookings OR


Phone: 541-661-KEGS

Live music & craft beer on the Oregon Coast
Free wifi
Hungry? Order in or bring take out!
Dogs welcome on the deck!

7.23.16, 7.24.16, 7.25.16

McMenamins Oregon


What’s Up for Oregon Craft Beer Month?

The entire month of July is officially dedicated to celebrating the craft brewing phenomenon that started here in Oregon more than 30 years ago. Each week, all our Oregon McMenamins locations will offer $4.50 pints all day (excluding high-gravity beers), every day, on a certain brewing style. So relax and order up the refreshing special o’ the week. Click here for a complete list of special beers and events.

July 18-24: 50/50 Blend (Rubinator, CopperHead; What’s your blend?)
July 25-July 31: Porter

Get a stylized McMenamins Passport stamp for each different week, too!

Sunflower IPA Blooms Again

A limited number of bottles of Sunflower IPA are available for sale in July in our lil’ tribute to the evolution of Oregon craft beer. Our brewers have added more bloom to our traditional Sunflower recipe, complete with an array of hop varieties for added aroma and hop flavor.

There’s an event at every McMenamins Brewery in Oregon for Craft Beer Month!

Here are just a few…

Cornelius Pass Roadhouse 150th Birthday
& 15th Annual Roadhouse Brewfest

Join in this year’s extravaganza, where we’re throwing one big brewfest birthday! To mark the occasion, we’re expanding the offerings to include over twenty beers & more than ten cider offerings, with happenings all over this gorgeous property. We’ll even have a curated list of Sour Ales & Barrel Aged Beers near the Octagonal Barn. Come on down on Saturday, July 16th for one exciting party. There’ll be something for everyone!

Limited Edition Tasting of Otto Pilot Lager
preceding History Pub on Beer Legend

Fred Eckhardt was truly a pilot, guiding the way for the craft beer industry, and because of him Portland is a much cooler place. For their beer tasting in the Boiler Room on Thursday, July 21st, the Kennedy School Brewers will feature Otto Pilot Lager, a beer made for this legendary aficionado, having based their recipe on one of his home brews. This beer was produced for a history presentation that will discuss and detail Fred’s collection, now in the hands of Tiah Edmunson-Morton, curator of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. Join us for the History Pub, “Fred’s Beer: A Sampling of What He Left Behind,” on Monday, July 25th and you’ll likely leave with a little more knowledge than you’d expected.

Beer 101 Overnight Package

Beer lovers, rejoice: we’ve got you covered with this pint-minded package. During your stay, we’ll put together two taster trays of our handcrafted ales, and after sampling what we have to offer, you’ll receive a growler filled with your top choice!

Beer 101 - Beer Taster Tray
  • Lodging for two
  • Two brewery taster trays, each with samples of six McMenamins ales
  • A growler filled with your choice of McMenamins ales
  • You keep the growler!

Make a reservation


Outer Rim Bicycle Shop
10625 NE Halsey St.
Portland, Ore

Noon - 6

Phone: 503-957-2522

Bikes and Beer in Gateway – Outer Rim Bicycle Shop and Gateway Brewing team up.   Noon to 6pm  Fridays and Saturdays.  All July. All ages welcome

The Outer Rim Bicycle Shop and Gateway Brewing, two locally owned and operated businesses are teaming up this summer to bring a pop-up beer garden to outer east-side of Portland.  We’ll be pouring Gateway beers at the NE Halsey bike shop on Fridays and Saturdays from noon – 6 pm through August.  All ages are welcome to relax and enjoy Outer Rim’s new patio.  The Gateway District is located at the juncture of I-84 and I-205 with easy access from the 205 bike path and the Gateway Transit Center Max.
Fridays and Saturdays in July


Hawthorne Hophouse
4111 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland OR 97214

2 pm

The 2nd Annual Rural Brewer will celebrate more than a dozen of the smallest and most remote breweries in Oregon. So far off the beaten path are these select brewreies that each one is situated in a town with a population fewer than 10,000 people (including several with fewer than 500 “locals”).

The Rural Brewer all-ages. “Beyond Portland, Bend, Eugene, and Oregon’s celebrated beer Meccas, great breweries exist all over the state”, says event organizer and Portland beer scribe Brian Yaeger. A variety of styles will be pouring, from hoppy IPAs to fruit beers and Belgian styles, often brewed with these far-flung breweries’ local terroir.

Tickets are $13 — — include entry, a souvenir glass, and 8 tokens that will allow one to sample beers from each rural brewery. Additional tokens will cost $1 and all samples are one ticket. (Tickets at door: $15.)
rural brewer fest 2016


McMenamins Edgefield
2126 S.W. Halsey St.
Troutdale, OR 97060

11 am

Starting July 23, we will have a limited presale supply of the inaugural batch of 16 ounce Ruby and Hammerhead beer cans available for purchase at the McMenanamins Edgefield! We will also have a just-for-fun “inaugural batch of Cans” stamp for McMenamins Passport holders. The stamp will be available for anyone who buys a can or cans at these two locations only for the inaugural batch. Pricing: To go: $2.75 per can or $10 for a four-pack Show us your Cans: Share photos of you and the shiny new McMenamins cans and use #McMenaCANS for a chance to win prizes and gift cards throughout the month of August! Cans will be available August 1 at all McMenamins locations.
-00072116 McMenamins cans

7.23.16, 7.30.16

Widmer Brothers Brewing
955 N. Russell St.,
Portland, Ore

2pm & 3pm

Phone: 503-281-2437

Saturday Widmer Brewery Tour $5 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Reservations Required.


McMenamins 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
2290 NW Thurman St
Portland OR 97210

10 am

Starting July 23, we will have a limited presale supply of the inaugural batch of 16 ounce Ruby and Hammerhead beer cans available for purchase at the 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop! We will also have a just-for-fun “inaugural batch of Cans” stamp for McMenamins Passport holders. The stamp will be available for anyone who buys a can or cans at these two locations only for the inaugural batch. Pricing: To go: $2.75 per can or $10 for a four-pack Show us your Cans: Share photos of you and the shiny new McMenamins cans and use #McMenaCANS for a chance to win prizes and gift cards throughout the month of August! Cans will be available August 1 at all McMenamins locations.

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See Below for Locations


Daily Brewery Tours

DESCHUTES BREWERY Guided brewery tours on the hour, 1-4 p.m. 901 S.W. Simpson Ave., Bend; 541-385-8606

NINKASI BREWING Daily Tours 272 Van Buren St., Eugene; 541-3442739

FULL SAIL BREWING Guided brewery tours on the hour, 1-4 p.m. 506 Columbia St., Hood River; 541-386-2247

ROGUE ALES BREWERY Daily guided brewery tours, 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.  2320 OSU Drive, Newport; 541-867-3660

Rogue House of Spirits.  Learn how we create World-Class Spirits from World-Class Beer. Daily guided distillery tours and tasting room. 2122 Marine Science Dr, Newport. (541) 867-3670.

Rolling Thunder Barrel Works.  See how much work goes into the creation of an Oregon White Oak Barrel at the only craft brewery and distillery owned cooperage worldwide. 2122 Marine Science Dr, Newport. (541) 867-3660.

WIDMER BROTHERS BREWING, 955 N. Russell St., Portland; 503-281-2437
Monday-Thursday:3 p.m.,
Friday: 2 & 3 p.m.,
Saturday: 1, 2 & 3 p.m.,
Sunday 1 & 2 p.m.,  $5,


Double Mountain
Brewery & Taproom
8 4th St
Hood River, OR 97031

12 (noon)

Join us for a sneak peek behind the curtain to see how the magic happens. Sign up for a brewery tour at:


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Belmont Station
4500 SE Stark St
Portland, Ore


Phone: 503-232-8538

Puckerfest 10 runs July 19-25, 2016.
(Yup, we have been celebrating the sour and wild side of beer for 10 years — at least officially!)
First, a few tidbits of information:

Puckerfest 10 is a CASH ONLY event. An ATM is on site, but please plan accordingly.
There is no entry fee. You don’t have to buy a glass. You don’t need tokens. It’s not that kind of fest. Just belly up to the bar and order the beers you want from the menu.
Puckerfest runs all taproom hours. Hours listed for special events are when brewers are expected to be on site.
Unless otherwise noted, all featured beers will be available at noon on the day that they are scheduled to pour.
We usually have one keg of each beer, so when it runs out, it’s out.
We check ID. Bring yours.
We will have small, 5-ounce glasses available for most beers, so you can enjoy more of the beers. Please feel free to share your beers around with friends so you can enjoy all the beers responsibly.
While we are featuring specific beers each day, many more sours will also be on tap. The list of sours for each day will be on our website, and also posted on Twitter and Facebook.

Below are the details on each day’s “theme.” We will be adding info as we continue to finalize everything, so check back often!

Saturday, July 23
An Afternoon with Block 15
Block 15 info TBD


The 649 Taphouse and Bottle Shop
18647 S.W. Farmington Rd.
Aloha, OR


Join us at 6 p.m., on Saturday, July 23, for our first ever Rock Paper Scissors Tournament! Register for just $10 to participate and receive a Tournament Pack with great RPS swag and a free pint of your choice. We’ll be featuring great regional craft breweries Ninkasi, Rogue & Pelican


The Three Legged Dog Public House
250 S Main St
Independence OR 97351

6 pm

Phone: (503) 837-0012

Celebrate Oregon Craft Beer Month with an intimate evening of local craft beer and food. Enjoy a four course dinner pairing The Three Legged Dog’s seasonal, fresh ingredients with Salem Ale Works’ masterfully crafted beers. Pairing decisions and beer discussion presented by the chef and head brewer. Only 20 tickets available. Tickets can be purchased in person at The Three Legged Dog Public House or online. Tickets are $60.

7.24.16, 7.31.16

Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave
Portland, Or

Phone: 503-228-5269

Kids 12 & under receive a free kids meal with each paying adult.



Zupan's Markets
2340 W Burnside
Portland OR

2 pm

Join us in Cellar Z as we take a hands-on exploration into the history, ingredients and diverse flavors of a unique beer style each month. Afternoon will include food pairings to highlight each style.
Did you know that up until the late 17th through early 18th century that most brews being consumed were sour beers?

Join us as we explore the history and ingredients that make the “Sour” beer category one of the fastest growing in the nation.

Chef Alex will be preparing five exquisite small plates that will challenge the conventional “food and beer” norms.

Tasting will feature:

Gose, Laurelwood Brewing
Salt cod brandade, radish and sea salt

Freakcake Oud Bruin, Crux Fermentation
Halibut collar in the style of unagi

Cactus Wins the Lottery, Ex Novo Brewing
Charante melon, mascarpone, crispy prosciutto

2 from Belgium
2-4 pm

Please note: No tickets will be mailed. We’ll have your name and number of reservations purchased on the guest list at the event.
zupans sour

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Brewvana Brewery Tours

2 - 6pm

We tap into Portland’s funky beer scene by sharing the best and most eccentric brews around town! We begin our tour at Labrewatory, a newly opened haven for the mad scientist and beer drinker. We’ll explore the chemistry behind brewing beer while enjoying their offbeat and curious creations. Gettin’ funky works up quite the appetite, so next on our list is BTU, the first combined brewery & Chinese restaurant in U.S existence. We’ll get to treat ourselves to their elevated Chinese cuisine and pair it with their tasty beers. Next we’ll groove right along to Culmination Brewery who always brings new ideas to life, ready for you to enjoy. Since you’re probably stuffed with funk by now, let’s head over to our last stop, STUNG, for some easy-going meads and an afternoon done right. Our tours are all inclusive. They include more than enough fresh, delicious beer, light appetizers (enough to take the edge off, but not too much to inhibit beer consumption), transportation on our epic beer-loving short bus, beer journal and tasting guide complete with BREWVANA pen, pilsner glass, postcard, pretzel necklace (for palate-cleansing between beers), and a safe & fun tour guide! Tours are 21+ with valid ID required. Cost: $89/person.

Sundays at posted dates

7.24.16, 7.31.16

Brewvana Brewery Tours

12 - 3pm

Hello, hello hello… Come as you are and join us for our Smells Like Craft Spirit Tour exploring the other side of craft here in Portland, Oregon. The flowers are In Bloom and craft sprit is alive on this multi-platinum tour. First we’re off to Reverend Nat’s to learn about the art of crafting fine ciders and experience the cider that we like to think started it all. We’ll take a peek behind the scenes to see where and learn how this life elixir is made. You Know You’re Right when the second stop of this tour is Ecliptic Brewing! Owner and Head Brewer John Harris is a huge contributor to the craft brew scene here in Portland. He’s the one, who likes all the pretty…beers– and knows how to brew ’em good! We’ll enjoy a round of delicious appetizers at this stop while learning a bit about the brewing process while we’re at it. You’ll love exploring their distillery while sampling their fine fares! Our tours are all inclusive. We include more than enough delicious beer and good eats, transportation on our epic beer-loving short bus, beer journal and tasting guide, handy dandy BREWANA pen, pilsner glass, postcard, pretzel necklace (for palate-cleansing between beers), and a safe & fun tour guide! Cost: $89/person.

Sunday afternoons at posted dates:


McMenamins Kennedy School
5736 N.E. 33rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97211


McMenamins History, Oregon Historical Society and Holy Names Heritage Center present…

Kennedy School History Pub

Presented by Tiah Edmunson-Morton, curator of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University’s Library

Featuring: Otto Pilot Lager

  • 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. event |
  • Free |
  • All ages welcome

About “Fred’s Beer: A Sampling of What He Left Behind”


A beloved advocate, critic, educator, mentor, and historian for the brewing community, Fred Eckhardt has been called the icon, pioneer, founding father of craft beer, and “Dean of American beer writing.” Inspired by a 1972 visit to Anchor Steam Brewery and an ever-expanding homebrewing scene, Eckhardt became an avid proponent of tasteful, complex craft brews. He urged people to focus on flavor, style, and experience, mentoring homebrewers at the Oregon Brew Crew and writing regularly for industry publications like Celebrator Beer News and All About Beer.

Eckhardt rose to prominence in the brewing community with his 1970 A Treatise on Lager Beers, a guide to homebrewing and the evolution of lager beer (a hobby which was notably still illegal at the time of publication). His 1989 The Essentials of Beer Style is still considered a required read for brewers and beer lovers alike. Eckhardt’s immense influence on the American beer community is clear from the number of brews and festivals named is in honor. Works like his Treatise andEssentials were instrumental in the development of home and craft brewing, leaving behind a legacy of impassioned brewers and beer aficionados.

Tiah Edmunson-Morton, curator of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives, will talk about acquiring and processing the collection of late beer historian and journalist Fred Eckhardt; highlighting details about Eckhardt and the types of materials he saved, pictures and fun finds in the collection, and some of the rich research projects that can be done using the items Eckahrdt saved. The collection itself covers a broad range of topics related to craft beer brewing, as well as sake and wine making. Included are historical and contemporary brewing practices; research files and personal notes about northwest, regional, national, and international breweries; and photographs of brewing operations, brewers, national and international travels, and industry events. Eckhardt’s collection also includes his own publications, from periodicals to books. These files feature original research, correspondence, artwork and photographs, drafts, issue design templates, and final versions of his published work.


About the Speaker

Tiah Edmunson-Morton is the curator of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives at Oregon State University’s Library. As part of that work, she collects materials that document the history of all things beer in Oregon, from research reports to event posters; she’s especially active in gathering oral histories from members of the community. When she isn’t doing things related to beer history, she teaches about library and archival research, manages the Special Collections and Archives Research Center’s exhibits program, and coordinates social media and outreach. She has an MLIS from San José State University, MA in English Literature from Miami University, and is a Certified Archivist.

About Kennedy School History Pub


These monthly, free events are open to everyone interested in Oregon and Pacific Northwest history. Co-sponsored by like-minded historical and civic organizations, we bring you experts, scholars, first-person experiencers and historians who expound on topics from Lewis and Clark to shipwrecks, hop growing to women pioneers and far, far beyond. It’s like being back in the classroom – except this time you get to settle into comfortable seats and enjoy a drink or two with dinner while you listen and learn.

About Featuring: Otto Pilot Lager

Otto “Fred” Eckhardt was truly a pilot, guiding the way for the craft beer industry, and because of him Portland is a much cooler place. Perusing his home brew recipes show that he was also a huge fan of California Common or “Steam” Beers. In honor of the man who had such a tremendous influence on what we do, we humbly offer you Otto Pilot Lager. Brewed with the Cable Car Yeast strain, Northwest Malts, Hops, water, and most importantly, love. This California Common is light, refreshing and easy to drink with hints of wood and mint. We can’t thank you enough Fred.
Malts: Northwest Pale, Crystal 60, Chocolate Malt
Hops: Chinook, Perle, Northern Brewer
OG: 1.054 TG: 1.012 ABV: 5.42 IBU: 45 SRM: 12

7.25.16, 8.1.16, 8.8.16

Zoiglhaus Brewing Company
5716 SE 92nd Ave
Portland OR 97266

7:30 pm

Hello Lentils!

Every Monday, Full Spectrum Trivia hosts a weekly general knowledge trivia game at Zoiglhaus Brewing Company!

This game happens Mondays at 7:30 PM! “Pub Quiz” style trivia game made to fit Lents, with a unique twist! Teams of up to 8 members are welcome! If your team has more members than 8, we’ll be happy to split you up so you make the cut!

If you have any suggestions, compliments, or questions, feel free to contact us on Facebook or at, or approach your emcee at any event!

Visit our website,, for more details!

Check out Zoiglhaus Brewing Company”s full and delectable menu at!
zoiglehaus full spectrum trivia


Gilgamesh Brewing
2065 Madrona Ave SE
Salem OR 97302

6 pm

The end of the road. 6,000 miles of Yoga & Beer will culminate in Salem, Oregon with a Beer Yogi party at Gilgamesh Brewing. Come celebrate with us!

The Beer Yogis will gather at Gilgamesh Brewing in Salem, Oregon for a 60 minute all-levels vinyasa flow led by Melissa and Mikki. Post practice, we’ll enjoy pints of fresh Gilgamesh beers and the company of fellow Beer Yogis.

Registration for this yoga and beer event will go live in May. RSVP here and share with your best beer yogi pals to stay in the loop!

To be notified via email when this and all events go live:


7.25.16, 8.1.16, 8.8.16

Ecliptic Brewing
825 N Cook St
Portland, OR 97227


Happy Hour All day – Open to Close
Ecliptic Brewing Hours can be found at this link here!

7.25.16, 7.27.16, 7.29.16

Brewvana Brewery Tours


Our walking tour is a great way to experience Portland’s hip Mississippi neighborhood and its craft beer on foot! We visit three different Portland breweries, all within easy walking distance in the Mississippi/Williams neighborhood of Portland. Our meeting spot and first location is Ecliptic Brewery where we’ll enjoy samples and learn the basics of beer tasting, ingredients, and beer 101. Then it’s off to StormBreaker Brewing for more beer sampling. Finally, we’ll walk over to Hopworks BikeBar for more beer and appetizers. In between stops, your tour guide will provide some lesser-known history on this unique neighborhood and share some of what makes it one of the most popular in Portland. Even long-time Portlanders and Oregonians will learn something new! The tour is all-inclusive of beer, light appetizers, souvenir BREWVANA Pilsner glass, pretzel necklace, postcard, sampling journal and pen. PLEASE NOTE: This tour does NOT include a behind the scenes tour of a brewing facility. Tours are 21+ with valid ID required. Cost: $69/person.

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at posted dates

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Various Locations

All McMenamins Oregon Locations; Check each locations Facebook page for the beer they are featuring.
-Each location has only 1 beer on this special for example

Here is a link to the McMenamin’s Website

Here is a link to the McMenamin’s Special Events Facebook Page

7.25.16, 8.1.16, 8.8.16

Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave


Phone: 503-228-5269

Pay only $10 for a pitcher of house selected beer – available all day.


Open to Close

Come try Paradise Pucker Oregon meets Hawaii in this subtly sour tropical ale with passion fruit, orange peel and guava.

All Rogue Oregon locations
Rogue Farms: 3590 Wigrich Rd., Independence
Rogue Hall: 1717 S.W. Park Ave., Portland
Rogue Public House & Distillery: 1339 N.W. Flanders St., Portland;
Rogue Ales Public House Astoria, Pier 39, 100 39th St., Astoria
Rogue Ales Public House Bayfront, 748 S.W. Bay Blvd., Newport
Rogue Brewer’s on the Bay, 2320 OSU Dr., Newport


Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave
Portland, Or

Phone: 503-228-5269

Buy the Seasonal PINT – Keep the glass.

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Burnside Brewing
701 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214

$10 Growler fills at Burnside Brewing every Tuesday.
A Link to Burnside Brewing’s website can be found HERE.


McMenamins Hillsdale
1505 S.W. Sunset Blvd.
Portland, OR 97239


Wolf Gang Wit

Oregon Craft Beer Month Tasting

About Wolf Gang Wit

This Belgian style Wheat Beer was brewed with traditional malts and yeast which gives it a light color and crisp, slightly fruity finish. Crushed coriander seeds and dried sweet orange peel were added late in the boil to complement the yeast and add complexity. Loaded with flavor and light on alcohol, this is the perfect beer for the heat of summer and pace of life in the Pacific Northwest.
Special Ingredients: Orange Peel, Coriander
Malts: Pilsen, Wheat, Flaked Barley
Hops: Meridian
OG: 1.043 TG: 1.006 ABV: 4.70 IBU: 22 SRM: 3

This event is an Official Limited Edition Beer Tasting. You can obtain an experience stamp, getting you one step closer to a $20 gift card, if you’ve purchased the Passport Insert that allows for additional experience stam


BackPedal Brewing
1425 NW Flanders St
Portland, OR 97209


We will be hosting team trivia night with our friends at Last Call Productions. Round up your friends, come on down to the brewery and join in on the fun!

Check out the facebook page HERE, for additional information.

7.26.16, 8.2.16

Alameda Brewing Co.
4765 NE Fremont St
Portland OR 97213


Whether you think you’re smart, think you have smart friends or just like great craft beer…

Join us every Tuesday night for Trivia Night and $3 PINTS! ($3 Pints are served ALL DAY.)

That’s right – we’re starting the party every Tuesday on NE Fremont Street! We’re teaming with Last Call Portland for fun, trivia, beer and prizes! Recover from your Monday with Tuesday Trivia.

Get here early for a spot & enjoy our $5.50 Happy Hour menu!

alameda trivia

7.26.16, 8.3.16

Cascade Brewing
939 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR

6 pm

Phone: 503-265-8603



Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane St
Astoria, OR 97103

Receive $1 off Fort George Pints when you wear your Fort George Gear to their pub. (Guest Taps not included)
The pub building is open – from 11am to 11pm.

Every Tuesday.

7.26.16, 7.28.16, 7.30.16

Brewvana Brewery Tours


Our walking tour is a great way to experience Portland’s beer on foot! We visit three different Portland breweries all within easy walking distance in the Pearl District of Portland.Our meeting spot and first location is Deschutes Brewery where we’ll enjoy a full sampler tray. Then it’s off to Pints Brewing for more beer sampling and a bit of Portland history along the way. Our final stop is Rogue Distillery & Public House for more beer and appetizers. The tour is all-inclusive of beer, light appetizers, souvenir BREWVANA Pilsner glass, pretzel necklace, postcard, and sampling journal. PLEASE NOTE: This tour does NOT include a behind the scenes tour of a brewing facility. Tours are 21+ with valid ID required. Cost: $69/person.

Tuesdays, Thursdays at posted dates.

7.26.16, 8.2.16

Deschutes Brewery
Portland Public House
210 NW 11th Ave
Portland OR 97209

11 am

Each month we select a different local community non-profit organization to partner with for our Community Pints Program! $1 per pint sold today – and each Tuesday in July – will go to benefit our local community partner,BridgeTown Inc. Portland! Help us help others and continue to #PayItForward. Cheers!
This will likely change in August to a new partner.


Green Dragon
928 SE 9th Ave
Portland, OR

9 a.m.

Rogue Ales is proud to host our own Brewer’s Brunch on Wednesday, July 27th at the Green Dragon, to kick off the Oregon Brewer’s Festival.

Join Rogue for brunch and beer before our Monk’s March to join up with the OBF Brewer’s Parade as it makes its way to Tom McCall Waterfront Park for the start of the Oregon Brewer’s Festival.

Security will be present to check IDs and disperse OBF wristbands before the parade departs to streamline entrance into the festival upon arrival of parade at Waterfront Park.

Dogs welcome!

When: Wednesday 7/27, Breakfast at 9 am. Monk’s March leaves at 11:30 am to join OBF Brewer’s Parade.
Tickets available at or at the door. OBF mugs and tokens will also be available for purchase.

Cost: $15 for brunch and drink ticket.


Melody Ballroom
615 SE Alder
Portland, Ore


Tickets are now on sale for the 10th annual Oregon Brewers Brunch & Parade! This year’s brunch is being hosted by Laurelwood Public House & Brewery and will take place on Wednesday, July 27th from 9am to 11:30am at the Melody Ballroom, 615 SE Alder St. Please note, the brunch is for ages 21+.

Brunch tickets cost $46 apiece, which includes a delicious brunch, two Laurelwood beers, a souvenir T-shirt (new design this year!), the OBF official tasting mug and your first four tokens.Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE, so make sure you want them before ordering. 500 tickets will be sold.

Here’s the morning menu:
Seasonal Assorted Fruit Tray
Assorted Savory Sweet Breakfast Breads and Fruit Scones
Northwest Scramble with Cage Free Eggs & Tillamook Cheddar
Vegetarian Yukon Gold Potatoes with Anaheim Peppers, Walla Walla Onions & Roasted Garlic
Braised Workhorse IPA Brats
Zenner Breakfast Sausage Links
Hill Applewood Smoked Bacon
Pacific Northwest Smoked Salmon Hash with Red Potatoes & Golden Ale Caramelized Onions
Coffee, water with sliced lemons, OJ, and tea

We will also be selling tokens at the brunch – cash only – so if you want to avoid the token line at the fest, we’ve got you covered!

Make sure to select the accurate T-shirt size when placing the order: T-shirts are unisex sizing, and because we place the order based on what you request, THERE WILL BE NO EXCHANGING OF SIZES ON-SITE.

To order your brunch tickets, select your shirt size and click add to cart; this will take you to PayPal. If you want more of that size, update the number there. If you want additional sizes, hit the “continue shopping” button on the bottom left. Repeat until you have all the tickets you want and are ready to check out.

You WILL NOT receive physical tickets to this event. All ticket(s) will be at will call under the name of the purchaser. You do not need to bring any proof with you, we’ll have all your information on-site. We will send out an email reminder in July confirming your order and providing check in information. Now let’s start shopping!
T Shirt Sizes

Following the brunch is the Oregon Brewers Parade, which starts at 11:30am and is open to all ages with no ticket needed. More than 500 beer lovers will walk from the Melody Ballroom, cross the Hawthorne Bridge over the Willamette River, and end up on the grounds of the Oregon Brewers Festival at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. We’ll be led by the funky sounds of the Transcendental Brass Band; we will also join up with the Rogue Overflow Brunch from the Green Dragon.

This year’s Grand Marshal is Lisa Morrison. Also known as “The Beer Goddess,” Lisa taught her first Beer Appreciation for Women classes (called SudSisters) 15 years ago. She was writing a beer blog in 1997, way before anybody had even coined the term (they called it an “online beer column” back in the day). She has taught a troupe of female chefs about beer and food pairings at a national conference, hosted a local radio show about beer for nearly nine years, judged beer in several international cities, has written for nearly every beer publication in the country (and a few outside the country) and authored a guidebook on Northwest beer. Now, Lisa is the Chief Beer Goddess at Belmont Station, an award-winning bottle shop and taproom in Southeast Portland, where she enjoys “talking beer” and sharing beer with locals, regulars and tourists alike. We are lucky to have her oversee this year’s parade and opening ceremonies!

If you wish to get into the Oregon Brewers Festival gates with those from the brunch to watch the opening ceremonies, you are required to have a wristband. We will have a security guard posted at the start of the parade from 11 to 11:30am. You will have to have your ID checked to get a wristband. Those with wristbands will enter the festival grounds at Pine Street Esplanade and Naito Parkway. Those without a wristband will have to get in line and have their ID checked at any of the other three OBF entrances.

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$7 for a glass

Waterfront Park


Phone: 503-778-5917

Event Name-29th Annual Oregon Brewers Festival

Venue-Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon Main entrance at SW Oak Street and Naito Parkway; other entrances at SW Pine St, under the Morrison St Bridge and along the sea wall at Pine.

Dates-July 27-31, 2016 — “Always the last full weekend in July”

Times-Weds through Sat, taps are open from Noon to 9 pm
Sun, taps are open from Noon to 7 pm
Token & mug sales close one-half hour prior to the taps shutting off: this is 8:30pm every night except 6:30pm on Sunday.

The Oregon Brewers Festival is not a ticketed event, and there is no admission charge to enter the festival grounds. In order to consume beer, the one-time purchase of a 2016 souvenir 14-ounce polycarbonate tasting glass is required and costs $7. Beer is purchased with wooden tokens, which cost $1 apiece. It costs four tokens for a full glass of beer, or one token for a taste. The purchase of glasses and tokens is made on-site in one location, although there are a handful of local businesses that sell them up to two weeks prior to the event. The OBF glass/token sales booth is CASH ONLY and does not accept credit cards or checks. The festival does offer eight ATM machines on premise.

The Oregon Brewers Festival is one of the nation’s longest running and best loved craft beer festivals. Situated on the west bank of the Willamette River, with towering Mt. Hood as a backdrop, it is the ideal venue for anyone who loves craft beer. With a laid back attitude and scores of award-winning beers, the festival reflects the essence of the city of Portland, aka Brewvana.

The Oregon Brewers Festival exists to provide an opportunity to sample and learn about a variety of craft beer styles from across the country. Ninety craft breweries from all parts of the nation offer more than 30 styles of handcrafted brews to 85,000 beer lovers during the five-day event.

The festival’s focus is craft beer, but there’s more than sampling involved. The event features live music, beer-related vendors, beer memorabilia displays, home brewing demonstrations and an assortment of foods from a variety of regions. The Crater Lake Soda Garden offers complimentary handcrafted root beer for minors and designated drivers. Minors are always welcome at the festival when accompanied by a parent.

The Oregon Brewers Festival strongly encourages responsible drinking, and urges patrons to take advantage of TriMet MAX Light Rail line, located just one block west of the festival on SW Oak Street. Plan your trip at or Go by bus, train or taxi, just don’t drink and drive. Attendees can also take advantage of the onsite Hopworks Bike Corral where volunteers from the #BC2Baja Bicycle Tour will watch over bikes for free.

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Downtown Portland
1037 S.W. Broadway
Portland, Ore

 5-7 p.m.

Featuring Full Sail and BridgePort Brewing beers


The Portland’5 Centers for the Arts and ArtBar & Bistro are proud to present the 11th Annual Music on Main outdoor concert series from July 6 to September 7, 2016. The free concertsare held in downtown Portland on Main Street, between Southwest Broadway & Park Avenue, next to Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

On Wednesday evenings starting in July, Portland’5 takes advantage of the lovely summer weather in Portland to present the free outdoor concert series. The concerts feature popular local and regional musicians playing a diverse collection of music.

The 2016 series features country, jazz, blues  and world music including North Indian bhangra and cumbia music. The free concerts are open to the public and run from 5pm to 7pm – tickets are not required. The ArtBar & Bistro will be serving seasonal fare and delicious libations starting at 4:30pm. Tables are reserved for food and beverage patrons and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Music on Main is made possible through the generous support of these fine sponsors: Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Kim Crawford Wines, Trinchero Family Estates, Bridgeport Brewing Co., Full Sail Brewing Co., Young’s Market Company, Columbia Distributing, OnPoint Community Credit Union, Willamette Week, and 97.1 Charlie FM.


July 27  Garcia Birthday Band

August 3  Eyelids

August 10  The Yachtsmen

August 17  Mary Flower and the BBQ Boys

August 24  Red Baraat

August 31  Redray Frazier and Mic Crenshaw

September 7  Pepe and the Bottle Blondes 

*Performers subject to change. In case of rain or extreme heat, Music on Main concerts will be held in the rotunda lobby of Antoinette Hatfield Hall, located next to Main Street at 1111 SW Broadway Ave., Portland, Oregon 9720

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Portland Brewing
2730 NW 31st Ave
Portland, Or


Phone: 503-228-5269

Enjoy a sweet deal of $10 for a burger and a Rotating pint of bartenders choice.


McMenamins Highland
4225 S.E. 182nd
Gresham, OR 97030


Claymore’s Scabbard Strong Scotch Ale

The Proper Taste

Beer Tasting

  • 5 p.m. ’til 8 p.m. |
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  • All ages welcome | 21 and over to drink

About Claymore’s Scabbard Strong Scotch Ale

Who has time for sword fighting when there’s an ale to be had? This is not a balanced beer, it’s a malt bomb. Rich and sweet, with minimal hop presence and bold malt flavors developed the hard way: over the course of a long boil. Served on Nitro for maximum decadence. Keep your claymore in its scabbard, and enjoy!
Special Techniques: Extra Long Boil
Malts: Golden Promise, Roast
Hops: US Golding
OG: 1.080 TG: 1.024 ABV: 7.22 IBU: 24 SRM: 17

7.27.16, 8.3.16, 8.10.16

Rogue Hall
1717 SW Park Ave
Portland, Oregon 97201


TRIVIA NIGHT. 7pm, every Wednesday. Plus, 20 Rogue and Buckman Botanical Brewery, as well as other Oregon beers on tap. Free bathroom Tours. Free meeting space available.

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Green Dragon
928 SE 9th Ave
Portland, Ore