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    Oregon Beer Events this weekend

    Oregon Brewers Guild
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    THURSDAY EVENTS

    $6 Growler Fills at Seven Brides Brewing
    5.11.17

    Seven Brides Brewing
    990 N 1st St
    Silverton, OR 97381
    Growler fills $6 (except Nitro and high ABV beers) on Thursdays.

    $7 Growler Fills at Three Creeks Brewing
    5.11.17

    Three Creeks Brewing
    721 Desperado Court
    Sisters, Oregon
    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.

    Cultivateur Is Coming!
    5.11.17

    Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House
    210 NW 11th Ave.,
    Portland, OR 97209
    11 am - 11 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/287977308323939/

    Here’s to the finer things in life.
    Cultivateur is the first release from our Reserve Series for the year, and it comes straight from the farmhouse. Cultivateur represents our own take on a barrel-aged classic. Blending saison, brett, and sour styles to build depth and complexity, offering a crisp, rustic flavor profile perfect for sharing life’s simple pleasures.
    Available in our pubs and tasting room on May 11, this is one Reserve beer you won’t want to miss!
    22-oz bottles for sale $17
    Cultivateur sample points with an amuse-bouche of salami and triple cream.

    Beer Release: Pluma De Muerte Blonde Coffee Stout
    5.11.17

    Widmer Bros. Brewing
    929 N. Russell St.
    Portland, OR 97227
    All Day
    Our latest small batch beer, Pluma De Muerte, is made with cajeta (goat’s milk caramel) and Mexican Pluma Real Coffee from Extracto Coffee. The Oaxacan coffee lends rich dark chocolate flavors and aromas to this smooth, light-bodied stout, weighing in at 7.0% ABV. Stop by the Widmer Brothers Pub for a taste of this blonde coffee stout!

    Block 15 Brewing Co. & Flat Tail Brewing Anniversary Kick Off Party
    5.11.17

    Tin Bucket
    3520 N Williams Ave
    Portland OR 97227
    5 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/427475360918943/
    We are turning 4 years old and like usual we will get the party rolling with Block 15 and Flat Tail. They’re going to dig deep in the cellar for an amazing draft list, so keep an eye out.
    Block 15:
    Intergalactic Hop Shop, Triple Booster
    Cardinal Coalescence
    Super Nebula 2017
    Caves Saison
    Framboise Black 2016
    Flat Tail:
    Brandy Barrel Aged Stout
    Fruitpunch & Lime Sour

    Flat Tail Brewing Pink Lemonade & el Guapo Release Party
    5.11.17

    Imperial Bottle Shop & Taproom
    3090 SE Division St,
    Portland, OR 97202
    5 pm - 8 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/794732710692218/
    Join us as we celebrate the release of Flat Tail Brewing’s killer warmer weather brews, Pink Lemonade and El Guapo. Pink Lemonade is part of Flat Tail’s killer Damn Wild series, and features raspberries and lemons. El Guapo, a seasonal favorite, is a refreshing blonde with fresh, whole cucumbers, habaneros, and limes.
    We’ll have both available in bottles and on tap, along with Waldanas Pineapple Wild Ale and Pulp Action IPA. Mustache Dave from Flat Tail will be here supplying the fun, and if you’re lucky, you may just walk away with awesome Flat Tail merch!

    Ordnance Brewing Co. Tap Takeover at Growlers Tap Station
    5.11.17

    Growler Tap Station
    1036 NE Baker St,
    McMinnville, OR 97128-4932
    5 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/899220853550762/
    Join us in McMinnville, Oregon as we present a range of distinct and incredible beers. Put your name in the hat and you could take home a cool Ordnance mason jar glass filled with munchies. See you all then.

    Three Creeks Brewing Tap Takeover
    5.11.17

    Uptown Market
    6620 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
    Beaverton OR 97223
    5 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1726696477366784/
    Three Creeks will be joining us this Thursday for a tap takeover from 5 to 8pm!
    We’ll have some kegs and some bottles and cans to sample. Maybe even somre raffle prizes?!

    Happy Watt-Hour
    5.11.17

    Upright Brewing
    240 N Broadway Suite 002,
    Portland, OR 97227
    5 pm - 11 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1869204633296730/

    Close out the Oregon Solar Energy Conference this spring with a brew to support the expansion of renewable energy worldwide. Enjoy the Twende Wit, Upright Brewing’s newest concoction, among friends and industry colleagues. Familar faces from the solar PV industry will be pouring beers and raising tips to support Twende Solar’s global electrification efforts. Double your impact—Backwoods Solar Society will match all tips raised throughout the evening!
    FEATURING SOLAR GUEST BARTENDERS:
    Johan Alfsen – Quick Mount PV
    Mike August – CED Greentech
    Sequoya Cross – Backwoods Solar Society
    John Grieser – Elemental Energy
    Eric Hansen – True South Solar
    Katie Martin – Imagine Energy, LLC
    James Reismiller – Abundant Solar
    Rikki Seguin – Renewable Northwest
    Cash Only | All Proceeds Benefit Twende Solar
    Supported By:
    Backwoods Solar Society, Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association, Sticker Mule, and Upright Brewing.

    Wild Ride Brewing Co. Tasting
    5.11.17

    Belmont Station,
    4500 SE Stark Street,
    Portland, OR 97215
    5 pm - 8 pm
    Join us for a tasting of a nice array of Wild Ride beers from the beautiful Central Oregon community of Redmond. Check this space and our website for more details as we get closer to the event!

    Stampede Warm-up Ride feat. Three Creeks Brewing
    5.11.17

    Blazin Saddles
    413 W. Hood Ave.
    Sisters, OR
    5:30 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/266304500484209/

    Join us, Blazin Saddles, Mudslinger Events and Oregon Trail Syndicate for the annual Stampede Spring Warm-up Ride as we celebrate this year’s batch of Stampede Ale, the official beer for the Sisters Stampede XC. What better way to celebrate the Stampede Ale than a ride with all our fans and supporters!?
    We will start at Blazin Saddles (413 W. Hood Ave. Sisters, OR.) The ride is a NO CHARGE fun ride for 1.5 hrs. After the ride we will all meet up at Three Creeks Brewing Co. where we will RING THE BELL & CELEBRATE with Stampede Ale tasters, raffles for schwag and more!
    All riders will receive a $5 off coupon to use at the pub for the celebration. Follow Blazin Saddles & Three Creeks Brewing Co.’s Facebook pages for all the details.
    CHECK IN: 5:00-5:30PM at Blazin Saddles
    SPACE LIMITED: 60 people
    For more details and registration for the Sisters Stampede (scheduled on Sunday, May 28th!) go to sistersstampede.com

    Meet Barley Brown’s
    5.11.17

    b˛ Taphouse
    4336 Commercial St SE, Ste 150
    Salem, OR 97302
    6 pm - 8 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/220670488397782/
    Meet Tori w/ Barley Brown’s
    8+ Taps
    Raffle
    Local Food Truck

    It’s Out of This World: Ecliptic Brewing Tap Takeover
    5.11.17

    Beer Store Milwaukie
    10610 SE Main St
    Milwaukie, OR 97222
    6 pm - 9 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1166671750110349/
    Out of this world brews, games, prizes, friends, and awesome food! Doesn’t get much better than this!

    Meet Your Farmer at Sunriver Brewing featuring Vaquero Valley
    5.11.17
    $60

    Sunriver Brewing Co. - Galveston Pub
    1005 NW Galveston Ave,
    Bend, Oregon 97703
    6 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/274852216292361/

    The Meet Your Farmer Dinner Series is a wonderful way to really meet your local farmers!
    Meet Your Farmer dinners consist of a locally sourced, gourmet meal hosted by and prepared by rotating local restaurants. During dinner you will be treated to a presentation by the evening’s featured farmer.
    About Vaquero Valley Ranch & Cattle Co.: A small operation located in the Central Oregon high desert on Bear Creek south of Prineville and east of Bend. Our cattle forage primarily on native grasses on our range land and in winter we feed them hay that we raise on our hay fields. Our family was ranching organically way before organic as we know it today was ever dreamed up.
    About Sunriver Brewing Co.: Chef Justin Goin leads our talented team in Bend and has ingrained our spirit of high quality food. We make every effort to source locally and regionally and to offer natural, healthy ingredients because we care about you. The outdoor patio has an awesome fire pit and a replica of the Shevlin Bridge warmed by heaters.
    Menu
    1st course: Amuse bouche: Beef jerky
    2nd course: Albondigas soup
    3rd course: Beet tartar with goat cheese and ale mustard
    4th course: Short rib braised with chocolate infused beer wort
    5th course: Gourmet infused burger with aged white cheddar on English muffin
    6th course: Cocoa Cow gelato with berry compote
    Get your tickets soon, seats are limited!
    Brews, cocktails and wine available for purchase
    $60

    BINGO at ColdFire Brewing!
    5.11.17

    ColdFire Brewing Company
    263 Mill St,
    Eugene, OR 97401
    7 pm - 8:30 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/210093389506853/

    Bring your favorite Bingo buddy down to our taproom every 2nd & 4th Thursday for food/drinks, some fun and a chance to win ColdFire swag & gift cards! $1 (cash only) per bingo card. Everyone can play!

    Trivia Night at Rogue Eastside Pub
    5.11.17

    Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery
    928 SE 9th Ave
    Portland, Oregon
    7 pm

    Thursday Night Trivia every week with Last Call PDX at 7pm. Who wants to waste brain cells on their job?

    Trivia and Uptown Brewing Tasting at The Montage
    5.11.17

    Le Bistro Montage
    301 SE Morrison St,
    Portland, OR 97214
    9 pm - 11 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/832291710267772/
    Uptown, The Montage and ShanRock’s Triviology are teaming up for a night of trivia, tasting and fun at La Merde Lounge!
    Get ready to put your tastebuds the test with a special beer challenge during trivia. Win prizes and taste some great beer and cider!

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    FRIDAY EVENTS

    Fill’r Up Friday and Rotisserie Night
    5.12.17

    Portland Brewing Co.
    2730 NW 31st Ave,
    Portland, OR 97210

    EVERY FRIDAY – Buy one growler fill & get a second fill free. Limit 2 free 64oz fills per person, some specialty beers excluded. PLUS, from 6-close, enjoy a 10oz Angus Prime Rib Dinner for only $15 or a
    Draper Valley Beer Can Chicken meal for $10.

    Funky and Sour Friday
    5.12.17

    Tin Bucket
    3520 N Williams Ave,
    Portland, Oregon 97227
    12 PM - 11 PM

    www.facebook.com/events/420039848344742/

    On this night we will be tapping all our Funky and Sour kegs we have been holding on too. Here’s the list so far:
    Crux 2016 Better Off Red
    Culmination Peche
    De Garde Petit Blanc
    Logsdon Peche n Brett
    More to come……..

    Free Burger Friday
    5.12.17

    Three Mugs Brewing Company
    2020 NW Aloclek Dr,
    Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
    2:30 pm-10 pm
    EVERY FRIDAY – Buy a beverage, get a free burger (we reserve the right to substitute brats, hotdogs, pulled pork, tacos, etc)

    Block 15 Brewing Co. TEN Beer Takeover!
    5.12.17

    The Rogue Growler
    454 Highland Dr,
    Medford, OR 97504
    5 pm - 8 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/733952920119524/


    Mark your calendar, this Friday will be a Block Party to remember at TRG! Block 15 from Corvallis will be in to tap 10 Brews for us to sample and enjoy. Games, raffles, prizes and killer swag for all. Plus hot pizzas and pretzels that will make your mouth water and plenty of beer to quench your thirst!

    The Little Woody – Rogue Valley

    5.12.17 AND 5.13.17
    $15/$20

    Harry & David Field
    2929 S Pacific Hwy,
    Medford, Oregon 97501
    www.facebook.com/events/1867089226901181/

    HOURS:
    Friday May 12: 5-10pm (VIP early entry 4pm)
    Saturday May 13: noon-10pm (Children 12 & under allowed with paid adult & signed waiver from 12pm-6pm)
    Celebrating all things fermented, The Little Woody -Rogue Valley will return to Harry David Field, home of the Medford Rogues baseball club, on May 12 and 13, 2017.
    The Little Woody Barrel Aged Beer and Whiskey Festival will celebrate craft wood-aged beers from across the Northwest, along with small-batch American rye whiskeys and bourbons, barrel-aged ciders, during the third annual festival May 12-13, 2017.
    Well-known for its barrel-aged beer selection, the Little Woody also features several stellar ciders in its tasting lineup. In celebration of the growth of the local and regional cider scene, there will be several barrel-aged cideries including Atlas Cider Co., Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, Oregon Mead & Cider, Tumalo Cider Co and Wildcraft Cider Co.
    To commemorate one of Oregon’s hallmarks—craft beer—and lend a nod to the historic techniques used by brewers with oaken casks, The Little Woody will once again feature small-batch beers aged in wood barrels by top Northwest breweries including BaseCamp Brewing Co., Fort George Brewery, Deschutes Brewery, Ninkasi Brewing, GoodLife Brewing, Mazama Brewing, Oakshire Brewing, Rogue Brewing, Standing Stone Brewing Co., Three Creeks Brewing, Wild Ride, Wolf Tree and Worthy Brewing as well as first time participants Ordnance and Riverbend Brewing. The 2017 Little Woody will also feature tastings of small-batch American rye whiskeys and bourbons, live music and local food vendors.
    Tickets are now available online.
    Basic Entry: $12 ($15 at gate): Includes glass
    Tasting package: $15 ($20 at gate): Includes glass and 6 tokens
    VIP package includes: $30 ($35 at gate): T-Shirt, Early Admission, Special VIP Tasting Glass, and 8 tokens
    Designated Driver: $5
    Tokens will apply to beer, cider & whiskey (tastes cost 1-3 tokens each).
    Under 21 entry is allowed Saturday May 13th from 12pm-6pm. All under 21 and/or DD’s will receive special wristbands stating they are non-participating attendees and the hours allowed at the event.
    **The event is currently looking for volunteers to help with pouring & set-up throughout the weekend. If you are interested in volunteering, please go to our volunteer page.**
    For more information and to stay up-to-date on music, vendors and activities, please visit www.roguebrewfest.com. To purchase tickets please visit http://roguebrewfest.com/

    Pelican Brewing Tasting
    5.12.17

    Broken Top Bottle Shop
    1740 NW Pence Ln, Ste 1
    Bend, OR 97701
    5 pm - 9 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1486110734743224/


    Join us for the Four Peaks Music Event with a live performance by Travis Ehrenstrom Band from 7-9 and Pelican Brewing Company samples being poured from 5-7pm!


    Diversity in the Desert: A Community Celebration
    5.12.17
    $10

    The High Desert Museum
    59800 S Highway 97
    Bend OR 97702
    6 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/800339696798875/

    Celebrate the Museum’s 35th anniversary with a party like no other!
    Preview the new exhibit, Capturing Time: Celebrating 35 Years of the High Desert Museum. Enjoy live music, beverage tastings, appetizers, lectures, children’s activities and see the Lazinka sawmill in action.
    Beer samples from Cascade Lakes Brewing Company, Craft Kitchen and Brewery, Crux Fermentation Project, Deschutes Brewery, Silver Moon Brewing, Sunriver Brewing Co., Terminal Gravity Brewery and Pub and Worthy Brewing.
    And, A Broken Angel, Bangarang Haute Cuisine, Cody’s Catering and Cookshack,and our own Rimrock Cafe will be serving up small bites.
    Dr. Tom Connolly, director of archaeological research, and Dr. Dennis Jenkins, archaeologist, from The Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon, will explore 15,000 years of High Desert prehistory. Get an insider’s look into research on the Fort Rock sandals, the oldest footwear in the world, which the High Desert Museum has in our collections.
    Members free, guests $7
    Beer tasting package: $10 (pint glass and tickets)
    Small plates will be complementary.
    Additional drink tickets will be available for purchase.
    RSVP by May 5 (space is limited): highdesertmuseum.org/rsvp
    Made possible by The Bend Foundation (Brooks Resources Corporation) and with support from Chubb.

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    SATURDAY EVENTS

    2017 St. Johns Bizarre feat. Occidental Brewing Co.
    5.13.17

    St. Johns Bizarre
    N Lombard St at N Philadelphia Ave
    Portland OR 97203
    10 am

    www.facebook.com/events/612879752192698/


    Taking place from 10am until 7pm on May 13th, the Bizarre helps kick off Portland’s street fair season with performances by an eclectic lineup of local bands, over 100 craft vendors and artists, and a beer garden featuring Occidental Brewing Company and The Oregon Mead & Cider Co. And, as always, the Bizarre takes place on the same day as the historic St. Johns Parade, a North Portland favorite for 55 years.
    Plaza Stage
    (N. Philadelphia between Lombard and Ivanhoe)
    • The Thermals – 6:00pm
    • Y La Bamba – 5:00pm
    • Dude York – 4:00pm
    • illmaculate – 3:00pm
    • Little Star – 2:00pm
    • DJ Dirtynick – noon – 2:00pm (and in-between sets)
    • Mamas Rock! (A family music Showcase w/ Rock N Roll Fairy, Miss Jeanie, Kelli Welli and more!) – 11:00am
    • Red Yarn – 10:00am
    Leavitt Stage Schedule
    (N. Leavitt between Lombard and Kellogg)
    • Zach Bryson & The Meat Rack (Honky Tonk) – 4:30 pm
    • Tevis Hodge Jr (Blues) – 3:30 pm
    • Anna Lynch (Country/Bluegrass) – 2:30 pm
    • NOPO Big Band (Jazz) – 11:00 am
    • The Aspire Project (Dance demo) – 10:15 am
    Arts/Crafts! – An expanded open-air craft market featuring over 100 local vendors. Our biggest one yet!
    Expanded kids entertainment and activities including:
    • Circus Cascadia
    • St. Johns Swapnplay’s Family Zone
    • Art Of STEM Activity Station
    • Red Yarn
    • Mamas Rock! (A family music Showcase w/ Rock N Roll Fairy, Kelli Welli and more!)
    • Tinker Camp Craft Station
    • PDX Bubbleboys
    • HazeAmaze (balloon animals)
    • and more!
    A beer garden (and a chance to change the world!) – A beer garden hosted by local brewers, Occidental Brewing Company, featuring cider courtesy of Oregon Mead & Cider Co.! And for the first time, every single penny of this year’s beer garden tips will go to local nonprofits, including Marrow PDX, Village Gardens, Janus Youth Programs, Friends of Baltimore Woods, and The Community Alliance of Tenants.
    Plus many other events and activities organized by the businesses of St. Johns. Make a day of it!

    Yoga + Beer at Rogue Ales Brewer’s On The Bay
    5.13.17
    $15/$10

    Rogue Ales & Spirits (Brewer's on the Bay & Brewery)
    2320 SE OSU Drive
    Newport, OR 97365
    10 am

    www.facebook.com/events/160326191158953/

    Rogue is where Yoga + Beer began 3+ years ago – on their hop farm in Independence! And now we are honored to find a yoga studio space at Rogue’s World Headquarters in Newport on the Oregon Coast.
    Yoga class will be held in their warehouse, surrounded by boxes and boxes and pallets of delicious beer. It’s literally a beer fortress. After class, we gather in their tasting room for our post-class refreshment.
    This detox + retox class, led by Yoga + Beer instructor, Seville Strickler, is all an all-levels flow yoga class. After class, yogis are invited to stay, enjoy lunch and a delicious beer! Your registration includes a 75 minute yoga class and your first beverage.
    Things to know:
    – Cost: $15 for practice and a pint. $10 for yoga only.
    – Food is available for purchase after class.
    – Please arrive 5-10 minutes early, if possible.
    – Please bring your own mat if you can, although we always have extras to borrow.
    Register for class: http://bit.ly/ybrougemay17


    $6 Growler Fills at Alameda Brewhouse
    5.13.17
    $6

    Alameda Brewhouse
    4765 NE Fremont St
    Portland, OR 97213
    www.alamedabrewing.com/

    503-460-9025
    Growler fills are only $6.00 every Saturday!

    SOLVE Benefit at Ecliptic Brewing
    5.13.17

    Ecliptic Brewing
    825 N Cook St,
    Portland, OR 97227
    11 am - 11 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1834065193583916/

    On May 13, celebrate the SOLVE community all while enjoying a fantastic brew at Ecliptic Brewing!
    10% of all proceeds will be donated to SOLVE to continue litter cleanup efforts in the Eliot neighborhood and Portland Metro area. Think of it this way: buy a beer and benefit the environment all at the same time!
    Ecliptic is a family-friendly, modern brewpub serving seasonal salads, burgers & sandwiches along with a variety of craft beers.
    To find out more information about Ecliptic Brewing: http://eclipticbrewing.com/
    To find out more information about SOLVE: http://solveoregon.org/
    We’ll see you there!

    May Flowers!
    5.13.17

    Bailey's Taproom
    213 SW Broadway,
    Portland, Oregon 97205
    12 pm - 12 am

    www.facebook.com/events/2286566158235189/
    MAY FLOWERS!
    A Day for Celebrating Hops.
    downstairs…
    Bailey’s Taproom presents:
    Here’s the Draft List for “Head in the Clouds”, taking place downstairs at Bailey’s…
    Block 15 Brewing Co. – IHS: Triple Booster IIPA
    Culmination Brewing Co. – The Final Cut IIPA
    ColdFire Brewing – Sunshine Shake Pale
    Feckin Brewing – Bavarian Maineiack IPA w/ Hefe yeast
    Sunriver Brewing Co. – Vermont Vacation IPA
    Claim 52 Brewing – Kviek in the Sheets Pale
    Backpedal Brewing Co. – Flockahops IPA
    Fort George Brewing – Beta 7 IPA
    Widmer Brothers Brewing – Rainy Days & Monday’s IPA
    upstairs…
    The Upper Lip Presents:
    TRIPLE BLIND, SINGLE HOP TASTE FEST!
    A Blind Tasting of 6 Single Hop Beers.


    Stinging Nettle Sour Ale On Tap
    5.13.17

    Culmination Brewing Company
    2117 NE Oregon St,
    Portland, OR 97232
    12 pm - 10 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/831454837001524/

    Saturday, 5/13 @ 12pm, Stinging Nettle Sour Ale will be on tap in the Culmination Brewing Company taproom. Stinging nettle once was a very popular addition to beer and became a favorite of the British Isles. This plant is native to the PNW and was hand foraged by Cascade Organic LLC (there is also a beer dinner in the works with Cascade Organic, more info coming soon.) The stinging nettle was added at the end of the brewing process in the whirlpool. Pilsner, wheat malts, and CZ Saaz hops were used in this brew. This beer is easy drinking at 4.8% A.B.V., and is herbal, citrusy, and tart. Come join us for a glass!

    Sampler Saturday
    5.13.17

    Portland Brewing Co.
    2730 NW 31st Ave,
    Portland, OR 97210
    12 pm - 6 pm

    EVERY SATURDAY – Buy one flight, get the second half-price from 12pm-6pm. Free tours 12-2:30pm and 3-6pm.

    Shooting Buckets in a Barrel
    5.13.17

    Tin Bucket
    3520 N Williams Ave,
    Portland, Oregon 97227
    12 pm - 11 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1826350014358827/
    On this night we will tap all things dark and or barrel aged. Here’s the tap lsit so far:
    Bend 2013 Lovely
    Breakside Barrel Aged Salted Carmel
    More to come….

    Wolf Tree Tap Takeover and Outdoor Skate Day at Mecanico!
    5.13.17

    Mecanico 87
    S Main St,
    Independence, OR 97351
    1 pm - 5 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1887084044881003/

    Join us at Mecanico for another joint event with Cherry City Roller Derby! There will be some outdoor skating around Independence followed up with some cold Wolf Tree pints and IndePit Barbeque will be grilling Cubano sandwiches, smoked sausages and corn on the cob (a portion of proceeeds will go to Cherry City Roller Derby).
    If you have yet to visit Mecanico please come on out! It is an old gas station from the 50’s that has been renovated and brought back to life as a cool little indoor/outdoor pub with plenty of seating, games and a view of the Willamette River.
    This is a family friendly event! (Dogs are family as well) Hope to see you all there!

    Bikes and Beer with Gateway Brewing
    5.13.17

    The Outer Rim Bicycle Shop
    10625 NE Halsey St,
    Portland, OR 97220
    2 pm - 6 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1946650865616025/
    The Outer Rim Bicycle Shop, Gateway Brewing and Bold Coffee, are teaming up for our monthly events showcasing a local partner or non-profit. We’ll be pouring Gateway beers at the NE Halsey bike shop. Rain or shine. All ages are welcome.
    This month, we’ll support the Rovers, a group of dedicated volunteers that sets up community events in East Portland. They help clean up our parks, support movie nights, keep our green spaces green, and much more. Come raise a pint to this awesome group!

    McMenamins Highland Tasting with Ryan Lund
    5.13.17

    McMenamins 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
    2290 NW Thurman St,
    Portland, OR 97210
    2 pm - 4 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1840354956290589/
    Come on down and sample a beer or two with McMenamins Highland Pub & Brewery Ryan Lund. He will be pouring tasts of his Whirlwind Wheatwine and Ethiopian Sunshine Coffee Cream Ale. While you are here grab a Limited Edition Beer Tasting Stamp for your passport. Cheers!

    Cigar Herf-a-Lot
    5.13.17

    Three Mugs Brewing Company
    2020 NW Aloclek Dr,
    Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
    3 pm - 6 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1879056195716338/
    Join us for a cigar tasting with Doug Wilder from NW Cigars, Inc. Enjoy a stick or three with some awesome beers.

    Tilly Jane Benefit feat. Double Mountain Brewing, Full Sail Brewing Co. & Thunder Island Brewing
    5.13.17

    Underground Music Station
    500 NW Industrial Way
    Hood River OR 97031
    8:30 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/1024543237678332


    Join Prollyotta and Jess Clemons for a benefit for the Tilly Jane A-Frame. Beer from Thunder Island Brewing Company + Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom + Full Sail Brewing Company. Bring cash to support a good cause.

    Portland Twilight After-party
    5.13.17

    Burnside Brewing Co
    701 E Burnside St
    Portland, OR 97214
    9 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/136178066926092/

    After the conclusion of the Portland Twilight track meet, swing by Burnside Brewing for happy hour pricing all evening and hang with the good folks of Citius Mag and the Jacuzzi Boys Athletic Club. Let us know that you are coming in the “Tickets” link!

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    Heart of Cascadia – The Colors of IPA
    5.13.17

    9 am

    www.oregonbrewcrew.org/heart-of-cascadia

    Register at http://www.oregonbrewcrew.org/heart-of-cascadia
    Heart of Cascadia began in 2013 as a style competition focused on “Cascadian Dark Ale” and “Northwest Red Ale” – two styles who have taken root in the Pacific Northwest. Now we are doing things a little differently! We are looking for homebrewers to expand their IPA horizons and add a little color! We are embracing the new 2015 style guidelines and opening up the competition to the entire “American IPA” and Specialty IPA” category. Our hope is to receive dozens of entries from all the IPAs outlined below.
    American IPA: A decidedly hoppy and bitter, moderately strong American pale ale, showcasing modern American or New World hop varieties. The balance is hop-forward, with a clean fermentation profile, dryish finish, and clean, supporting malt allowing a creative range of hop character to shine through.
    Black IPA (Cascadian Dark Ale): The hop character of an IPA combined with the dark color of a porter. Roast character from the dark malts can be present but much more subdued than a stout or porter, the hops still take center stage. Local examples include Deschutes Hop in the Dark, Widmer Pitch Black IPA.
    Red IPA (Northwest Red Ale): Malty flavors of an American Amber blended with the hop characters of an American IPA. Deep red color from darker malts along with slight toasty or dark fruit flavors. Strong hop presence distinguishes this beer from an Amber. Local examples include Hopworks Rise Up Red, Laurelwood Red Elephant.
    Brown IPA: A hoppier version of an American Brown Ale. Retains the light body and drinkability of an IPA without getting too heavy or sweet. Some fruity and toasty malt character will be present and accent the hops. Examples include Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale.
    Belgian IPA: An IPA made with Belgian yeast to add fruity, spicy character. Belgian examples tend to be hoppier versions of a Tripel or Belgian Pale Ale. Examples include De Ranke XX Bitter, Stone Cali-Belgique, Piraat Triple Hop.
    White IPA: An IPA brewed in the style of a hoppier Belgian Wit with the additions of wheat to the grain bill and sometimes spices and orange peel. Lighter in color and body than a traditional IPA and sometimes hazy from the wheat. Local examples include Deschutes Chainbreaker.
    Rye IPA: Traditional IPA with the added dryness and spicy notes of 10-20% Rye Malt added to the base malt bill. Examples include Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye IPA.
    In addition this year, we will be expanding the competition to accept IPAs that fall within the following categories:
    12C English IPA: A hoppy, moderately-strong, very well attenuated pale British ale with a dry finish and a hoppy aroma and flavor. Classic British ingredients provide the best flavor profile.
    28 American Wild Ale: Essentially specialty beers where the styles are defined only by the use of specific fermentation profiles and ingredients. They are influenced by microbes other than traditional brewer’s yeasts.
    29 Fruit Beers: Made with any fruit or combination of fruit. A harmonious marriage of fruit and beer.
    30 Spiced Beers: A harmonious marriage of spice/herb/vegetable and beer, but still recognizable as beer. The spice/herb/vegetable character should be evident but in balance with the beer, not so forward as to suggest an artificial product.
    32 Smoked Beers: A smoke-enhanced beer showing good balance between the smoke and beer character, while remaining pleasant to drink.
    33 Wood Beers: Specialty beers with a wood-aged character, with or without added alcohol character
    35 Special Category: Session IPAs: Specifically for IPAs with an ABV of 5% or less, maintaining flavor and hop-forward character while remaining easy to drink.

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    SUNDAY EVENTS


    Ruby Birthday Shandy Tapping
    5.14.17

    McMenamins 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
    2290 NW Thurman St,
    Portland, OR 97210
    10 am - 10 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/701193656751146/
    It’s Mother’s Day and to celebrate we asked West Linn Brewer Jacob Wilson to make us another keg of his Ruby Birthday Shandy. So come in for a pint, and if you love it, take home a Crowler of it.
    Ruby Birthday Shandy
    Somebody’s turning 31! Happy Birthday Ruby! That magical witch has given us plenty of good times, now it’s time for us to celebrate her, and I have the perfect beer juice for the job. Lil’ Ruby and a lil’ organic lemonade to make a delicious celebration Shandy of sorts. So grab a party hat, convince the kids that this is ‘grown up’ juice, and let’s celebrate to many more years of good times with everyone’s favorite sorceress!
    Special Ingredients: Organic Lemonade
    Fruit: Raspberry
    Malts: 2-Row
    Hops: Chinook
    OG: 1.042 TG: 1.007 ABV: 4.52 IBU: 4 SRM: 3

    Mother’s Day Brunch
    5.14.17

    Solera Brewery
    4945 Baseline Dr
    Parkdale OR 97041
    10 am

    www.facebook.com/events/1000156336751444/

    Bring your mom in for our extra special Mother’s Day Prix-Fixe brunch! Everything will be made from scratch and will feature locally sourced ingredients. We will open 2 hours early and brunch will be served up until supplies run out!
    Menu:
    $20 – Choose sweet, savory or a combo plate. Comes with mimosa or beer (21+)
    Sweet:
    Giant saison-infused Belgian waffle with fresh fruit, whipped cream and powdered sugar topping
    Savory:
    Two eggs benedict with local eggs, virginia country ham, local english muffins, and hollandaise sauce with a side of greens
    Combo:
    Half a belgian waffle, one eggs benedict and small side of greens
    Treat your mom (and yourself) to some amazing food, delicious beers, and the best view in the Gorge!
    All are welcome

    Rotisserie All Day
    5.14.17

    Portland Brewing Co.
    2730 NW 31st Ave,
    Portland, OR 97210
    12 pm - 7 pm
    EVERY SUNDAY – All Day Rotisserie from 12-7pm

    Mothers’ Day Brunch
    5.14.17

    Three Mugs Brewing Company
    2020 NW Aloclek Dr,
    Hillsboro, OR 97124
    12 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/772746259567318/

    Free brunch for all you mothers out there, and anyone else who wants to enjoy a craft beer and free food on a Sunday afternoon.
    Growler Fill Sundays
    5.14.17

    Three Mugs Brewing Company
    2020 NW Aloclek Dr,
    Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
    Noon-6 pm
    EVERY SUNDAY – $10 fill for regular beers, $15 fill for high gravity or specialty beers & guest taps

    Bucket of Grapes & Pineapples feat. Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
    5.14.17

    Tin Bucket
    3520 N Williams Ave,
    Portland, OR 97227
    12 pm

    www.facebook.com/events/206408906532779/

    Our good friends at Logsdon made us a beer for our anniversary. It will be on draft and keep your fingers crossed for Logsdon bottles. Here’s some info about the beers.
    Logsdon Sn4 Cuvée
    -Spontaneously fermented ale brewed with Grenache and Syrah Grapes.

    For the most current list of events, head over to http://oregoncraftbeer.org/events/

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