Jan. 17th / Jan. 18th / Jan. 19th

ColdFire Brewing Company
263 Mill St, Eugene, Oregon 97401

ColdFire is turning 4!
To celebrate 4 years since we’ve opened our doors we are going to have a whole weekend full of fun: Vintage bottle aged beer, Music, Food trucks, and beer CUPCAKES!
Join us Friday-Sunday as we celebrate craft beer, our incredible customers, and the journey that has brought us this far!

700 NW Bond St, Bend, Oregon 97703

1-8 p.m.


More than 30 unique ciders and bold, high-gravity beers from Pacific NW cideries & breweries are coming together for you to taste. Plus, a brand-new collaboration series of featured beers by McMenamins Old St. Francis brewers & friends, never before released to the public! Linger by the outdoor fire, listen to live music and taste the night away.

All ages welcome
21+ to sample
Buy packages at door day of

McMenamins Old St. Francis Brewery will be collaborating with:
Fort George Brewery – Astoria, OR.
Kobold Brewing – Redmond, OR.
Market of Choice – Bend, OR.
McMenamins Edgefield Brewery – Troutdale, OR.
Mecca Grade Estate Malt – Madras, OR.
Silver Moon Brewing – Bend, OR.
Spider City Brewing – Bend, OR.
Trap Door Brewing – Vancouver, WA.
Wild Ride Brew – Redmond, OR.
Plus a collaboration between McMenamins Hillsdale and Thompson Breweries

The High Gravity Brewfest will also be featuring beers from:
The Ale Apothecary – Bend, OR.
Bevel Craft Brewing – Bend, OR.
Block 15 Brewing Company – Corvallis, OR.
Boss Rambler Beer Club – Bend, OR.
McMenamins Concordia Brewery – Portland, OR.
McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse Brewery – Hillsboro, OR.
Good Life Brewing Company – Bend, OR.
Immersion Brewing – Bend, OR.
Little Beast Rare Beer – Portland, OR.
pFriem Family Brewers – Hood River, OR.
McMenamins Wilsonville Brewery – Wilsonville, OR.


The Groove Cabin • 3 – 6 pm
High Step Society • 7 – 10 pm

StormBreaker Brewing St. Johns
8409 N Lombard St
Portland, OR 97203



We are honored to be hosting the St. Johns Winter Beer Fest on January 18th, 2020.

Stay tuned for our curated beer list of 18 amazing winter ales!

We’ll have special food items and Portland Axe Throwing will be open as you can throw axes for a good cause.

Tickets are $20 and get you a tasting glass and 10 tickets!

Get your tickets now!

We are super excited to be hosting this event and we hope you’ll come have a drink with us.

Goose Hollow Inn
1927 SW Jefferson St,
Portland, Oregon 97201

noon-7 p.m.


The Northwest’s two favorite brews are in the spotlight again for the 7th NW Coffee Beer Invitational. Twenty talented brewers and beverage makers were asked to create freshly-made beer with locally-roasted coffee. With the emphasis on flavors, and an abv of 7% or less, this event promises inspired combinations. Entires will be judged and the winners will be announced during the festival. The cozy Goose Hollow Inn is the venue again, so join us for not only great beers and a unique, convivial atmosphere but also delicious food and live music in the outdoor heated tent. Cheers!
Tickets at the door only.

Migration Brewing (Wilkes)
18188 NE Wilkes Rd., Portland, Oregon 97230

4-9 p.m.

We are stoked to finally have snow on the mountain and a beer to keep us all warm and cheery from start to finish. Aprés was brewed in collaboration with US Outdoor Store where you can enjoy this beer while getting fit for boots, skis, or board or simply while shopping for your gear upgrade.

We invite you to join us for a night of beer, ski/snowboard waxing, and plenty of give aways at our Production facility.

Silcox Hut
27500 E Timberline Rd, Government Camp, Oregon 97028

5:30-8:30 p.m.


In August 2012, pFriem Family Brewers opened its doors in Hood River, Oregon. Josh Pfriem had been on this career path his entire adult life — soaking up brewing knowledge, devouring literature, concocting experimental varietals in his shed, biking across Belgium, professionally brewing, and knocking on the doors and picking the brains of some of the greatest brewers in the world.

The Mt. Hood Brewing Co. opened in January 1991 in the alpine village of Government Camp, Oregon. Mt. Hood Brewing Co.‘s distinctive ales are produced by the union of pure glacial water from Mt. Hood, Pacific Northwest barley and hops, and the inspiration of Head Brewer Bryan Borgmeier.

Timberline Lodge Executive Chef Jason Stoller Smith honed his food and beverage pairing skills during the ten years he spent cooking in the Willamette Valley prior to his tenure at Timberline. The multi-course menu he’s created for this friendly collaboration highlights how a perfect pairing brings out the subtleties of craft ales and enhances the overall experience. Add the magnificent setting of Silcox Hut, and you’ve got an evening that plays to all five senses.

$155.00 per person includes dinner, beer, snowcat transportation to Silcox Hut, and gratuity. Seating is limited to 24 lucky participants.

Tickets: https://www.exploretock.com/timberlinelodge