10 Days, 11 Events For Craft Beer Lovers
From October 17 – October 26, 2014

Brewpublic’s is ready to celebrate 6 years with our annual KillerBeerWeek taking place

Spanning ten days and happening at 11 of the top craft beer venues in the Portland, Oregon area, KillerBeerWeek returns with some of the year’s best and most sought-after beers from around Cascadia. Here’s a look at what to expect for 2014’s KillerBeerWeek:

Friday October 17 Killer Beer Summit (official KBW kick-off!) @ Roscoe’s Pub(8105 SE Stark St., Portland, OR)
Roscoe’s has established itself as a premier destination for craft beer in the region with more than 20 rotating taps, great food, and a knowledgeable staff. Each month owners Jeremy Lewis and Quyen Ly organize fun and uniquely themed “summits” to celebration beer styles and seasonal varietals. Ranging from fresh hopped beers to winter warmers and German-style brews, every day carries a fest-like atmosphere at Roscoe’s and with this year’s KillerBeerWeek kick-off, you can be assured to find a little of everything for beer geeks of all sorts. Sours, barrel-aged brews, imperials, refreshing lagers, you name it! 2pm-close

Saturday October 18 Killer Pumpkin Fest @ The Green Dragon (928 SE 9th Ave. Portland, OR)
With a ridiculous number of taps in house, the Green Dragon Bistro & Pub sets up to host the 4th annual Killer Pumpkin FestThis all-Pumpkin extravaganza is the biggest and best pumpkin beer tastival in the Portland area and one of the best in the world! With well over 25 beers, the event will feature pumpkin foodie treats, pumpkin smashing, and the tapping of beers from giant pumpkins. And as you might expect, Elysian will bring along their vast selection of brews from their Pumpkin Roadshow. Look for special collaborative pumpkin brews, sours, hoppy pumpkin ales, dark, spicy, and other pumpkin styles! Pair your brews with a pumpkin menu or try a pumpkin cocktail instead.Bring the family for a fun-filled day.
This event runs from 11am until midnight.
Suggested donation of $5 at the door to benefit Camp Ukandu.

Sunday October 19 Killer IPA Fest @ N.W.I.P.A. (6350 SE Foster Rd., Portland, OR)
There are no India Pale Ales quite like those from the motherland. Here in Cascadia where we grow the most hops on the continent and some of the most unique and aromatic varieties on earth, one pub is set out to give hopheads a hearty dose of what us craft beer loversdirely desire. NWIPA is the spot! On this night, the second annual Killer IPA Fest, owner Jackson Wyatt and his team open the faucets of dankness and let citrusy, sticky, and straight-up palate-melting deliciousness flow. Look for specialty and limited release kegs from breweries such as Laurelwood, Boneyard, Barley Browns, 10 Barrel, GoodLife, and many more! 2-8pm. $10 entry fee for commemorative glass and five drink tickets. $1 for additional tickets. 

Monday October 20 Rock Out w Your Octo Out  (feat. present and past Rock Bottom brewers and their beers) @ The Steinhaus (2366 SE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR)
Present and past Rock Bottom brewers unite to haunt The Steinhaus in Portland to celebrate many years of great beer, success, camaraderie, and fun. Meet brewers like Charlie Hutchins (Current Portland Rock Bottom Brewmaster), Van Havig and Scot Guckel (Gigantic), Bolt Minister (Old Town Brewing), Vasilios Gletsos (Laurelwood), Ryan Pappe (Portland Brewing), and more while sampling their beers as well as a special collaborative offering made special for this event! 5pm-close

Tuesday October 21 Foyston Fest – a tribute to Oregonian beer blogger John Foyston (featuring beers by and for our friend John) @ The BeerMongers (1125 SE Division St., Portland, OR)
Our friend and mentor John Foyston started writing about beer for The Oregonian newspaper back in 1994. His blog The Beer Here is the main inspiration behind the inception of Not only has John’s multifaceted writing work been such an inspiration to us, but we consider him one of our dearest friends and best drinking buddies. Come on out to the ‘Mongers and raise a glass to John. They will be featuring some of the man’s favorite classic brews on tap as well as some new faves and a collaborative fresh hop brew made with John and The BeerMongers atPortland U-Brew. 5pm-midnight (look for the man of the hour around 5pm)

Wednesday October 22  Killer Belgian Fest @ Bazi Bierbrasserie (1522 SE 32nd Ave., Portland, OR) 
Bazi is Portland’s best spot for consistently locating a vast array of delectable Belgian and Belgian-style craft beer. Proprietor Hilda Stevens has worked tooth and nail with us to round up some of Oregon’s best offerings to fit the bill on this occasion. Look for rare treats and a few old favorites as well as some traditional standbys from across the Atlantic. Breweries featured on more than 15 taps will include (but certainly not limited) Upright, The Commons, Breakside, Agrarian Ales, Gigantic, Widmer, Fort George, Oakshire, Migration, Logsdon, and more!) 5-10pm
Thursday October 23 Killer Bend Beer Fest @ Orenco Taphouse (1198 NE Orenco Station Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR) 
After loading up the taps last year with Eugene and Corvallis beers for their first Killer Beer Week event, Orenco Taphouse of Hillsboro reloads with brews from one of Oregon’s best craft beer towns, Bend. From 4-11pm, you will find special brews from well known outfits such as Deschutes, Cascade Lakes, 10 Barrel, SilverMoon and Worthy as well as some newer breweries like Rathole, Sunriver, Oblivion, and Riverbend. 20 Taps. Loaded up with Bend’s finest! Portlanders might want to conveniently take the Max train to this guaranteed to be awesome undertaking. Cheers!
Friday October 24 Brewpublic’s 6th Brewniversary Party @ Saraveza (1004 N. Killingsworth St., Portland, OR)
Join us for this intimate event as we toast to another year of keeping the dream alive with our favorite neighborhood pub, Saraveza. Taps will include some of Brewpublic’s favorite breweries’ best pours and perhaps some giveaways for the annual raffle. Come on out and have some fun!

Saturday October 25 KILLER BEER FEST (The biggest and baddest of all Brewpublic events!) @ Bailey’s Taproom (213 SW Broadway St., Portland, OR)
For the sixth consecutive year, Brewpublic has paired up with our friends at Bailey’s Taproom to rock the KillerBeerFest! 20 taps of the kind of beers that beer tickers. geeks, and all around lovers of one-offs look for. Granted, it is getting harder and harder each year with more and more events pushing into the craft brew landscape, but that is just a win for us all! If you love craft beer, come down to Bailey’s and find some stuff you won’t get anywhere else. Guaranteed to please!

Sunday October 26 KillerBeerWeek Recovery Beerunch (feat. brewers and some of their special beers) @ The Hop & Vine (1914 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR)
Beer curator Drew Worden has been working diligently with regional brewers to find some of the best brunch pairing brews to help you bounce back from this elongated week of mega-craft beer quaffing. Could you make all 10 previous events? Even if not, you still might need a little recovery to soak up the damage done. Look for brewers from Upright, Laurelwood, Oakshire, Three Creeks, Lompoc and more with some of their most unique and well-suited brews. For more details contact (503) 954-3322.

Heathen Brewing and Old Town Brewing Collaborate for official 2014 KillerBeerWeek limited release.

“Killer Cologne” is brewed at Vancouver, Washington’s Heathen Brewing with lead brewer Rodney Stryker teaming up with Old Town’s Bolt Minister. Minister recently won awards at last year’s Great American Beer Festival (gold medal for best fresh hop beer) and at 2014 World Beer Cup (silver medal for Kolsch-style beer). Upstart Heathen Brewing is making waves with their clean hoppy West Coast pales and IPAs. The “Killer Kologne” is a hybrid style dubbed a “Cascadian Kolsch-style ale” or “IPK (India Pale Kolsch).” This means it is a hopped up rendition of the easy drinking German-style lager-like ale. 6% ABV, 66.6 IBU. Look for this beer on tap at events throughout KillerBeerWeek!

Note: with these events are all 21+ (no minors admitted) with free entry (beer not included,). For further details, please contact each specific venue or email us at