Join Room 122 and Stumptown Trivia for a thrilling test of your knowledge and creativity on the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7pm. From themed rounds to answer rounds, you are sure to have a blast with your friends. Trivia is free to play and there are tons of prizes…not to mention an amazing tap list and Costco polish dogs!
Teams limited to seven individuals. Trivia starts promptly at 7pm, so show up a little early to grab a good table. Cheers!
Three Creeks Brewing
721 Desperado Court
THIRSTY THURSDAY GROWLER FILLS
They never stop!!! Come and get your growler filled every Thursday for only 7 bucks. Nutritious, Delicious, and Cheap. You just can’t beat that.
Full Sail Brewing Company
506 Columbia Street
Hood River, OR 97031
Join Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River for their Brewmaster Dinner. Chef Josh Hedrick and Brewmaster Greg Doss team up to create four courses paired perfectly with our ridiculously tasty beers.
Brewmaster Dinners are held on the second Thursday of each month October through April.
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: 541-386-2247
Pelican Brewing - Pacific City
33180 Cape Kiwanda Dr.
Pacific City, OR 97315
Take Flight guests will sample current releases of Mother of All Storms; Captain of the Coast, Wee Heavy Ale aged in Dry Fly Wheat Whiskey barrels;Father of All Tsunamis, Imperial Stout Ale aged in Rye barrels; and Queen of Hearts, Saison Ale aged in Gin barrels. All beer will be paired with appetizers especially created for each brew. Pelican’s founding brewmaster, Darron Welch, will conduct the barrel-aged guided tasting. Seating is limited.
Join us for our 2nd annual Black Saturday Dark Beer Fest. Featuring over 20 different dark brews, rare bottle raffles, live music and killer food by Flying Barracuda. Festivities start at 6 and we hope to see you there!
Pioneer Courthouse Square
701 SW Sixth Ave.
Portland, OR 97204
The 23rd annual Holiday Ale Festival will take place Nov. 28 through Dec. 2, 2018. The Northwest’s longest-running outdoor winter beer festival – which is tented and heated – will feature 54 craft beers, ciders and meads in the main lineup. Participating breweries and cideries will serve products that are made or blended specifically for the event, or is a rare or vintage product that isn’t commonly tapped. In addition, the festival will also feature dozens of specialty and rare beer tappings, and a number of Meet the Brewer events. The Holiday Ale Festival is highly regarded as presenting one of best lineups of winter beers and ciders anywhere in the nation!
Holiday Ale Festival
Pioneer Courthouse Square, 715 SW Morrison St
Portland OR 97205
The 23rd annual Holiday Ale Festival will take place Nov. 28 through Dec. 2 at Pioneer Courthouse Square, located at 701 SW Sixth Ave. (the event annually starts the Wednesday following Thanksgiving). The outdoor winter beer festival – which is tented and heated – will feature more than 50 craft beers, ciders and meads in the main lineup, all of which are made or blended specifically for the event.
In addition, the festival will also feature a number of Meet the Brewer events and more than two dozen specialty and rare beer tappings. The Holiday Ale Festival is highly regarded as presenting one of best lineups of winter beers and ciders anywhere in the nation.
What makes this festival standout from other similar events is the selection: the festival works with every brewery involved to make sure they send a product that has either been made or blended specifically for the event, or is a rare or vintage beer that isn’t commonly tapped in the state.
Despite being held outdoors during one of the coldest months of the year, more than 14,000 festival attendees stay dry throughout the five-day festival under clear-topped tents warmed by gas heaters. An elaborate scaffolding design creates a second level for the venue, dubbed the Sky Bar, which serves additional taps and provides ample elbow room for attendees to relax, spread out and even peek at the revelers below.
To enter and consume beer, the purchase of an entry package is required. Ticket prices and sale date will be announced in the fall.
Designated drivers in a party of two or more may purchase a designated driver wristband, which includes Crater Lake Soda or bottled water for the duration of the stay. One hundred percent of the money raised by the DD program, as well as from the onsite coat and bag check and the Crater Lake Soda Garden, is donated to the Children’s Cancer Association’s MyMusicRx Program, which delivers the healing power of music to the bedsides of children and teens facing cancer and other serious illnesses.
There will also be two food vendors, as well as self-guided cheese and beer pairings. Event hours are 11am to 9:30pm Wednesday through Saturday, and 11am to 5pm Sunday. To avoid lengthy lines, the festival encourages patrons to attend Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. The Holiday Ale Festival is for ages 21 and over.
For ONLY $139, you receive:
-Transportation to and from Bend
-A full day lift ticket to Mt. Bachelor
-A beverage voucher for a drink of your choice at the mountain
-Dinner and beers at our Bend Public House
-Epic memories to keep you stoked all season long
NO LIMIT ON TICKETS!
Check in begins at 5:15am outside the Portland Public House. The bus departs promptly at 5:45am for Mt. Bachelor and returns around 11pm.
For any dietary restrictions, please contact Candi Calihan at Ccalihan@deschutesbrewery.com a minimum of 3 days prior to the bus departure.
The following parking lots are closest to the Deschutes Brewery Portland Pub and have early opening hours. All lots are metered and cost $15 per day:
114 NW 10th Avenue (between Penzey’s Spices & the Blitz Pearl)
360 NW 12th (the corner of NW 12th & Flanders)
122 NW 12th (b/t NW Couch & Davis)
203 NW 15th (south of NW Everett)
-This is a 21+ event — ID is required prior to loading onto the bus in Portland.
-There is no option to purchase tickets and drive oneself. By purchasing a ticket, the individual is committing to a round trip Bus experience.
-Any dietary restrictions/allergies must be communicated to Deschutes Brewery via Candi Calihan 48 hours in advance by contacting Candi
-No outside alcohol will be permitted on the bus.
-By purchasing a ticket on the bus, you are relinquishing Deschutes Brewery and Mt Bachelor of any liability due to injury or consumption of alcohol during the entire duration of the excursion
-Signing of a liability waiver is required upon arrival at Mt Bachelor.
-The Deschutes Bus to Bachelor has a 48-hour Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel or change your reservation, please contact us at least 48 hours prior to your Brew Bus date. Cancellations or no shows the day of the Brew Bus will forfeit 100% of the reservation product cost. Please contact Chad Hester at Chester@deschutesbrewery.com for any cancellations or changes to your reservation on the Bus to Bachelor.
The 6th NWCBI features twenty brews using locally roasted coffee. A family-friendly event with live music and delicious food from the Goose Hollow Inn. Credit cards accepted. Tickets at the door only: $20 entrance fee includes festival glass and 10 tickets.
For more information and a link to tickets go to www.festivalofdarkarts.com. Entertainment and
stouts will be added as they are confirmed. Tickets are $55 each. All tickets this year allow
festival access starting at noon. Every ticket holder will receive a Festival of Dark Arts Grimoire,
a 2018 festival glass, and twelve drink tokens with additional tokens for sale at the festival. You
must be 21+ and have a ticket to attend.
Festival of Dark Arts
Date: Saturday, February 17 th, 2018
Time: Noon to 10pm
Place: Fort George Block – 1483 Duane Street, Astoria, OR
Details: All tickets are $55. 21+ only & IDs required for entry.
Buy your tickets and book your hotel rooms early, then prepare to paint your palate black with
the awe inspiring essence of Stout Month.
Beer lovers rejoice! Zwickelmania returns to Portland Breweries for its 11th year on Saturday, February 16, 2019. (The following weekend, Saturday, February 23, the rest of Oregon will celebrate Zwickelmania in Central Oregon, Mt. Hood/the Gorge, Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon, the Coast and the Willamette Valley).
February in Central Oregon means snow, getting cozy by the fire, and CrabFest! Come join us for our annual all-you-can-eat crab feed, complete with damn tasty Deschutes brews. Since one night of crab is never enough, we will be doing two nights of crab indulgence!! This event sells out every year so buy your tickets now, before they are all gone!
The menu includes appetizers, our famous crab boil with all of the fixings, and dessert! The cost of all the crab you can eat, Deschutes beers, and gratuity is $80.00 per person. All tickets must be bought in advance.
This year we will be doing a Hawaiian Luau theme!!
Questions email email@example.com.
Regions this weekend include: Central Oregon, Mt. Hood/the Gorge, Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon, the Coast and the Willamette Valley.
Zwickelmania 2019, so much fun we wanted to do it twice. The annual brewery tour event in Oregon returns for its second weekend, Saturday, February 23, 2019. Breweries outside of the Portland Metro area will open their doors to casual and hardcore beer fans. Regions this weekend include: Central Oregon, Mt. Hood/the Gorge, Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon, the Coast and the Willamette Valley.
We can hardly believe it’s been 21 years! This year we will have 70+ barleywines throughout the weekend.
Four tickets and tasting glass for $15.00 (glass is required for tasting)
1 ticket = 4 oz.
Additional tickets $2.00
Tickets are available at the festival and cash or credit/debit cards are accepted.
Event Location: The Worx
Event Address: 10 Heathman's Rd, Fulham,
London SW6 4TJ,
The London Beer Competition looks to recognize, reward and help promote beer brands that have successfully been created to identify with and target a specific beer drinker. Unlike other competitions, LBC focuses on rewarding wines that are or can be commercially accepted and appreciated by the consumer, the one that consumers would really want to buy.
- Value – Their value for money
- Packaging – What they look like
Each of the London Beer Competition winners will receive either a Gold, Silver or Bronze award with separate weighted marks awarded by the judges for the spirit’s quality and drinkability, value for money, and packaging and design.
The highest total possible score will be 100, which will be calculated as the sum of the Quality, Value and Package scores. The highest possible Quality score will be 50; the highest possible Value score will be 25; and the highest possible Package score will be 25.
To receive a Gold medal, an entrant must score 90 or over; to receive a Silver, a score between 76 and 89, and a Bronze, a score between 65 and 75.
Winning a Gold, Silver or Bronze medal is a clear way to demonstrate how well your product will be perceived in the marketplace.
EVENT HIGHLIGHTS – It would be a Closed Door Event, and your product would compete to around 2000+ competitors.
Just send your beer to your nearest depot in your country and leave the rest to us.
Visit http://londonbeercompetition.com in order to know more about the process, our prestige judges or any other information. You can also email your interest on firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on +44 (0) 330 097 0138 and our executive will call you back within 24 hours.
The 2018 Nano Beer Fest will feature 50+ beers and ciders from nano brewers of the PNW. These are brews that can be difficult to find and the only way to get them all in one place! Sunday is family day, so bring the kids and as always, friendly dogs are welcome.
The New Phase of Supplements in Nutraceuticals & Natural Medicines; Nutraceuticals invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 15th international Congress on Advances in Natural Medicines, Nutraceuticals & Neurocognition on” during July 08-09, 2019 at Berlin, Germany which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks (Speaker forum and Young research forum), Poster presentations, Workshops and Exhibitions.
Cornelius Pass Roadhouse
4045 NW Cornelius Pass
Featured Beers: Aztec chocolate chili stout, Conflagration Habanero IPA+ Jalapa Lager
carumba, we’ll present three cold beer/hot pepper combos from the experimental team of Zymurgists working the kettle at the Roadhouse Brewery.
About Pepperfest ’14
Aye carumba! For Oregon Craft Beer Month we present three cold beer/hot pepper combos from the experimental team of Zymurgists working the kettle at the Roadhouse Brewery. Tonsils will be toasted!
Aztec Chocolate Chili Stout
This Roadhouse favorite is back for a fourth year! Bittersweet chocolate combines with belly warming heat to yield a rich and satisfying finish to a big, roasty, American stout.
Malts: Premium 2-row Malt, Munich Malt, 40L Crystal, and Black Barley
Hops: Chinook and Cascade
Other: Bittersweet Chocolate, Habanero and Serrano Peppers
OG: 1.065 TG: 1.015 ABV: 6.45 IBU: 30 SRM: 35
Conflagration Habanero IPA
Temperatures spike as Habanero peppers and orange zest ignite a citrusy Roadhouse IPA. The base IPA is our Squeeze Play, a crisp, summery, thirst-quencher that plays beautifully with the fruity heat of Habanero peppers. Toss in a dash of orange zest and you have all the ingredients for a hopping fiesta—in your mouth!
Malts: Superior Pilsen, 2-Row, Crystal 15
Hops: Nugget, Chinook, Cascade
Other: Habanero Peppers, Orange Zest
OG: 1.062 TG: 1.010 ABV: 6.71 IBU: 84 SRM: 4
Our Honey Lager infused with Jalapeño, Serrano, and Red Thai Chili’s. We used our lager yeast to ferment this brew but at a higher temperature as if employing an ale yeast. The result is the same clarity you expect from a lager but boasts slightly more body and malt flavor. The perfect choice on a hot summer day, then kicked up with our Jalapa Chili blend!
Malts: Superior Pilsen, Honey Malt, Flaked Barley
Hops: Sterling Other: Jalapeno, Serrano, and Red Chili Peppers
OG: 1.048 TG: 1.006 ABV: 5.42 IBU: 20 SRM: 4