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    Join Date
    Jan 2003

    Beery things to do this weekend in Oregon

    From SNOB Brewsletter Weekend Events:
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    8.2.13 at , Harvester Brewing, 715 SE Lincoln St, Portland 97214

    We will have all of our beers to taste including the IPA No. 2 and today’s release Marionberry Pale Ale. Queen of Hearts Baking also here sharing and selling marionberry galettes
    Fort George First Friday Tap Attack
    Sellwood Public House.8132 SE 13th Ave.Portland

    Fort George taps tonight at the Sellwood Public House including, Vortex IPA, 3-Way IPA, Omegatex IIPA, Carpe Diem IPA, Roscoe IPA, Java the Hop, XVI Chapel IIPA and Cavatica Stout.

    Beer Appreciation Animal House
    Mission Theater,1624 N.W. Glisan,Portland, OR 97209
    (503) 223-4527

    The Assembly” hosts Closing Night: Beer Appreciation Movie Marathon Animal House (R) [1978]
    Mission Theater | Friday, August 2, 2013
    6 p.m. doors; 7 p.m. screening | $5 per person; or Free Admission with a 2013 Brewfest Beer Glass (and $3 beers) | 21 and over
    About Animal House (R) [1978]
    Faber College has one frat house so disreputable it will take anyone. It has a second one full of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich young men who are so sanctimonious no one can stand them except Dean Wormer. The dean enlists the help of the second frat to get the boys of Delta House off campus. The dean’s plan comes into play just before the homecoming parade to end all parades for all time.
    Bring your 2013 Oregon Brewfest Beer Glass for Free Admission and $3 McMenamins Beers!

    16581 S E Hagen Rd, Boring, OR
    Website Beer from Fort George Brewery, Hopworks Urban Brewery, Full Sail Brewing, Ninkasi Brewing Company, Crux Fermentation Project, Good Life Brewing, Three Creeks Brewing,

    Block 15 Bottle Release
    Block 15 Brewing,300 SW Jefferson,Corvallis
    1030 AM

    Saturday August 3rd, we will be releasing four new bottles!
    Sticky Hands, Base version
    Gently tweaked to bring you our finest hop experience to date! 8.25% ABV
    50 Cases $8.50/750ml, limit 4
    Ferme de la Ville Provisions
    Our yearly blended farmhouse ale. This year is 30% matured one year in second filled French oak barrels with brettanomyces. We then blended the barrels with a fresh batch this past spring and have matured the beer in our cellars the past two months. 6% ABV
    90 Cases, $11/750ml corked & caged Belgian bottle, limit 6
    Turbulent Consequence, Spontaneous Fermentation Program
    Two years ago we began a spontaneously fermented program inspired by the great lambic ales of Belgium. These beers are painstakingly crafted with a multi-step turbid mash, four-hour boil with aged hops, and naturally cooled in our custom fabricated coolship. French oak barrels are then filled where spontaneously fermentation and extended maturation occurs. Select barrels will be blended at various times, sometimes with fruits, to bring you unique offerings from the program. All bottles and kegs are primed with locally gathered honey and conditioned until natural carbonation occurs. These beers showcase our wild cellar with varying degrees of acidity and wonderful house brettanomyces influence.
    Première Année
    A blend of two one-year-old barrels conditioned two months with locally gathered honey creating natural carbonation. 5.8% ABV
    60 cases produced, $7/375ml, limit of 4
    A selection of two spring 2012 barrels with the addition of local white peaches hand picked by Nick & Kristen and matured six additional months. Bottled with locally gathered honey creating natural carbonation. 6.25%ABV
    33 cases produced, $8/375ml, limit 2.
    At noon, the limit will increase to 4 if there are bottles still available.
    We will open at 10:30 am to accommodate bottles sales. Brunch at Les Caves if full.

    7th Annual Whiteaker Block Party
    August 3rd, Saturday
    Between Blair Blvd and Adams St and West 2nd Ave and West 3rd Alley in Eugene.
    Noon to 10pm

    Local Bands, Kids Zone, Street Performers, Beer Garden, Raffle, Food Carts, Vendors, Fashion Show, & Games.

    19th Annual Bones & Brew
    $5 Rogue Ales Portland Pub,1339 NW Flanders,Portland
    Sa-12-9pm Su-12-5pm

    The 19th Annual Bones and Brew festival is a celebration of BBQ and beer in NW Portland’s Pearl District. Held Saturday, August 3rd from noon to 9:00pm, and Sunday, August 4th from noon to 5:00pm, Bones and Brew is an all ages street festival.
    New this year, the festival will also be the site of the Annual Meeting of Rogue Nation Citizens. The State of the Nation will be addressed and proclamations will be proclaimed. All citizens are called to attend.
    Also new to the festival this year, the professional BBQ’ers of the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association will be competing for a $3,500 purse and the bragging rights that come with being the BBQ Champion of the Rogue Nation.
    The festival will also feature a hot wing eating contest, Kobe Blue Ball eating contest, barbecue vendors, live music and more.
    Bones and Brew is a benefit for the Portland New Generations Rotary’s PNG Empowers, a series of international and local service projects for empowering individuals through education, entrepreneurship, and healthcare.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    6th Anniversary Barrel Aged BeerFest
    Bailey's Taproom,213 SW Broadway,Portland

    This years annual Barrel Aged BeerFest will be on Saturday, August 3rd starting at 2pm. It will not include a souvenir glass and will be general admission, just buying individual four ounce pours. We will be doing a VIP After Party on Sunday, August 4th that will be held in our new space above the bar (known to some as The Upper Lip).
    10 Barrel Ransom Imperial Stout- We created a robust stout that delivers flavor that flows throughout the beer. We used flaked barley, brown, biscuit, aromatic, along with some dark malts to create a multi layered malt bill. This is complemented by the hop charge of Magnum and Fuggle. All this is brought together by the aging of the beer in whiskey barrels from Ransom distillery. 9% 75 IBUs
    Block 15 Illusions with fresh tart cherries (pin) – Illusions is our new black sour/wild ale matured in 1st & 2nd run bourbon barrels for 18 months. 8.5% ABV.
    Breakside Bjork and Poetry – Aquavit Barrel-Aged Braggot. Strong honey ale fermented in stainless steel and then aged in Krogstad Aquavit barrels from House Spirits. 9.2% 39IBUs
    The Commons Emilie – Sour brown ale aged in Pinot Noir barrels with Roselare blend and house grown cultures. This is going to be our next specialty bottle release sometime in August. Soft barrel notes, some malt character, complex acids, very balanced. 6.5%
    Crux Fermentation Project Tough Love – Bold but nuanced, an homage of sorts to the traditional Russian Imperial Stouts and the ruling style of Catherine the Great. We Construct it with dark, roasted malts, malted rye, and oak-smoked wheat, and then banished it for nine months in Kentucky Bourbon Barrels. The aging smooths out the edges on an otherwise bold statement, and bitterness succumbs to tender strokes of vanilla beans, hints of dried cherries, and new layers revealing themselves with each sip.11.5%
    Flat Tail Lemon Diesel – A blend of our Little Green Session Dry Hopped Saison, and a 2 year old barrel of Corvaller Weisse that, through the miracle of wild yeast, tasted just like lemon juice! Super bright and citrusy, with notes of guava and tomato vine from mosaic hops, and a crisp , sour, thirst quenching finish. 4.2%
    Fort George ‘12 The Three Wisemen – The Three Wisemen honor the holiday tradition of gifting: in this case, gifting your liver an Imperial oatmeal stout that has been lovingly conditioned in Bourbon, Tequila and Rum barrels, then brought back together to form a wonderfully warming, cunningly complex and graciously gratifying Yuletide elixir. 9.9%
    Laurelwood Cardinal Sin – A carefully crafted blend of continental malts, spicy and earthy hops, and an Abbey-style yeast that results in a balanced beer with creamy malt textures and a big deep fruit aroma and flavor. We then added barrel aged amber ale that has been sitting on fresh cherries for several years, resulting in a sweet, tart, dark fruity beer. This particular version of the beer has had additional aging time in sour barrels. 10%
    Ninkasi Raspberry Oatis – A rich, complex oatmeal stout with just enough hops to balance the copious quantities of dark roasted malts. With the addition of oatmeal for creamy smooth drinkability and a subtle raspberry bouquet up front, this beer delivers a richly-refined oak finish. For a deliciously sweet take on our year-round favorite, we aged Oatis Oatmeal Stout for ten months in Heaven Hills bourbon barrels, adding Oregon and Washington raspberries in the last two months. 7.2% 50IBUs
    Oakshire Funk d’Farmhouse – Save the Farmhouse is our annual creation made for the North American Organic Brewers Fest. In 2012 we fermented a portion with a special blend of yeast and organisms and aged it for a year in Oregon Pinot Noir Barrels. After careful blending, the result is a rustic ale with pleasant fruity aromas and funky undertones. The mild acidity on the finish is a refreshing end and should continue to develop over time. Embrace the Funk! 6.6%
    Upright Bailey’s Sixth Anniversary Beer – Single cask Six aged in a pinot barrel we’ve had since the very beginning. It was originally inoculated with brett lambicus and has had various fruits added like currants and cherries, so there’s a distinct fruity undertone. This batch was in there for over 14 months. 7%

    pFriem Family Brewers turns 1
    ,pFriem Family Brewers,707 Portway Ave #101,Hood River, Oregon 97031

    Hood River’s pFriem Family Brewers invites all PDX beer lovers to head east this weekend for an all-ages brewery block party on the Columbia River Waterfront.
    On Saturday, August 3 from 2 to 10 pm, the pFriem family will celebrate the first anniversary of their 15-barrel brewery with seasonal Belgian-inspired brews and nosh, kids activities, stunning views of the river, live music from The Greenneck Daredevils, Wild Ones, and Tony Smiley.
    Outdoor dining options are set to include pulled pork sandwiches, organic hots dogs and brats, and veggie burgers, and the full menu of European fare will be available inside.
    In addition to the beer bash, the pFriem family will kick off its second year of Hood River pub grub with new tasting room/brewpub hours: the eat-and-drinkery will now serve lunch and dinner seven days a week.
    Bonified brew: pFriem’s Strong Dark beer was named one of Oregon’s 50 Best Beers in Portland Monthly’s July issue for its “flavors akin to ripe figs, plums, dark chocolate, and toffee.” Check out the full list here!
    New hours beginning Monday, August 5: Sunday through Thursday: 11 am-9 pm, Friday and Saturday: 11 am-10 pm

    $15 ,Brewers Union Local 180,48329 E. First St,Oakridge 97463
    (541) 782-2024

    The Oakridge Keg & Cask Festival is an annual event in Oakridge, Oregon and is a fundraiser for several local nonprofits including the Local Food Box (UWCDC), Chamber of Commerce, Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards (GOATS), and the Uptown Business & Revitalization Association (UBRA). This year’s event will be August 3, 2013 and alined with the Oakridge Ukulele Festival, Cascade Cream Puff 100 and the Just Us Festival for an action packed weekend

    6th Anniversary VIP After Party at The Upper Lip
    $40 The Upper Lip,720 SW Ankeny St,Portland
    1-4pm & 6-9pm

    Continue celebrating with us at a special VIP After Party in our new space
    A limited number of tickets are available. Get yours now!
    When: Sunday, August 4th 1pm-4pm or 6pm-9pm
    Cost: $40 Advance tickets only
    You’ll receive the following:Private event limited to only 30 people per session, Complimentary 22oz 6th anniversary snifter glass, 10 beer tickets. 1 ticket=1 pour, Beers from the Barrel Aged Fest and Four new beers that will not be available on Saturday
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