Full Sail Releases Wreck the Halls in 6-Packs

Full Sail has been on a roll. Last month, they launched a fresh hop ale (8 Pound Pale Fresh Hop Ale) in 6-packs for the first time. Just today, they announced that Wreck the Halls, their long-time holiday favorite, is also being packaged in 6-packs for the first time! You'll also notice it's sporting shiny new label artwork.

It will be available from October - December, so look for it on shelves soon. I'm suddenly ready for a winter beer...

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Full Sail’s Wreck the Halls is Back, With Bells On
This bold, hoppy holiday IPA/winter warmer hybrid is an annual favorite

Hood River, Oregon – October 18, 2016 – For the perfect gift, look no further than Full Sail’s annual favorite, Wreck the Halls Hoppy Holiday Ale. The four-time gold medal winning ale is back and better than ever in festive, new packaging as part of Full Sail’s new Brewmaster Reserve 6-pack series.

“This annual favorite – in 6-packs for the first time – is a sublime hybrid of an American-style IPA and a winter warmer,” says Full Sail Executive Brewmaster Jamie Emmerson. “The result is a bold brew that celebrates the holidays with an intriguing blend of Centennial and Cascade hops providing elegant citrus notes balanced by a backdrop of a rich caramel malt body, dry hopped to amplify the aromas and flavor.”

Full Sail recently redesigned its entire core line of beers as well as its seasonal Brewmaster Reserve offerings. The hand-drawn artwork by Portland-based TWEEQiM creativeLab’s MiQ Willmott on the new Wreck the Halls 6-packs and labels perfectly conjures the festive spirit of a holiday party gone just wild enough.

“Wreck the Halls is an integral part of our diverse lineup of holiday beers, which includes both ales and lagers, and is our way of celebrating the holidays, our independence, and creativity,” says Full Sail Brewmaster Jim Kelter.

If you’re anything like us, holidays are all about food and beer, so pair Wreck the Halls slight caramel maltiness with Rogue Oregonzola, pepper jack, or stronger aged cheeses like farmhouse cheddars, Stilton, Roquefort, super aged Gouda, or Vacherin Mont D'Or. Wreck the Halls also pairs well with capsaicin foods like chili and Thai foods. Finish your holiday meal with Wreck the Halls and spice-forward desserts on the sweeter side like spiced rum cake and spiced sticky toffee pudding.

Full Sail’s Brewmaster Reserve series allows the brewmasters to put their creativity, innovation and passion into small, limited-release beers. These craft brews highlight the direct connection with Full Sail’s farmers, celebrate the art of barrel aging, and explore the effects of time. Over the years, Full Sail’s Brewmaster Reserve series has earned 18 gold medals. Brewed in small batches, Brewmaster Reserve Wreck the Halls is only available October through December, in 12 oz. bottles and draft. 6.5% ABV, 68 IBUs.

About Full Sail Brewing Company
Perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the mighty Columbia River’s epic wind and kite surfing and the snow-capped volcanic peaks of Mt. Hood, Full Sail is a true craft-brewing pioneer. Since 1987, Full Sail has been pouring pure Mt. Hood water, local ingredients and responsible processes into each and every pint. Full Sail’s brews and sustainable practices have garnered more than 300 national and international awards, including 150 gold medals and Beverage World ‘s “Craft Brewer of the Year” distinction. From Full Sail Amber and IPA to Session Lager and bourbon barrel-aged beers, Full Sail consistently strives to brew complex, balanced and ridiculously tasty beers. Learn more at www.fullsailbrewing.com.


Ecliptic Brewing's Third Orbit Anniversary Party: October 22

On Saturday, October 22, Ecliptic Brewing will celebrate its 3rd orbit around the sun. That means a day full of food, music, and rare beer tappings. In addition, Ecliptic will release its Third Orbit Anniversary Alean Imperial Porter brewed with cherries!  For all of the details, check out the news release below.

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Ecliptic Brewing Celebrates Third Anniversary
Portland Craft Brewery Hosts Third Orbit Party on October 22

PORTLAND, Ore. – Ecliptic Brewing is turning three and to celebrate will host its Third Orbit Anniversary Party with live music, food, and special beer releases on Saturday, Oct. 22.

“It is really awesome to finish our third orbit around the sun at Ecliptic.” said Brewmaster and Owner John Harris.  “Thank you to everyone that has been part of us getting here.  In celebration, we created a Third Orbit Anniversary Ale and I can’t wait for everyone to try it.”

About the Third Orbit Anniversary Ale
Ecliptic Brewing will debut their Third Orbit Anniversary Ale, an Imperial Porter with cherries, at the party.

Details about the beer:
Third Orbit Anniversary Ale: Imperial Porter w/ Cherries
Ecliptic’s third orbit around the sun is on October 20th. To celebrate they brewed an Imperial Porter with a gravity warping amount of cherries. A blend of seven malts along with Columbus, Amarillo, Chinook, and Cascade hops complement the chocolatey cherry flavors.  ABV 9% IBU 50

About the Rare Beer Tapping
During the Third Orbit celebration, Ecliptic will tap rare beers from their cellar on the hour from 11am to 5pm.  Below are some of the beers that will be tapped at the party.
Gin Barrel-Aged Orbiter IPA
Rye Barrel-Aged UltraViolet Blackberry Sour Ale
2015 Barrel-Aged Orange Giant Barleywine
Barrel-Aged Spock Saison with Brettanomyces

About The Music
Free live music, benefiting The Jeremy Wilson Foundation, will also be included in the celebration. Attendees will have the chance to donate to the foundation upon entry into the show.  All proceeds will go to the foundation.

The music will start at 5:30pm and will be open to all ages.  Fernando, a locally and nationally acclaimed artist will perform as the headliner for the event.
Below are details about the lineup:

  • 5:30pm: Ed and the Boats
  • 6:30pm: Jeremy Wilson
  • 7:30pm: Kory Quinn
  • 8:30pm: Fernando
  • And There is More

Brewery tours will be offered throughout the day from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Attendees will receive an Amuse Bouche from Ecliptic’s Chef, Michael Molitor.

There will be a limited amount of Third Orbit Anniversary t-shirts in both men’s and women’s sizes available.

For more up to date details and announcements, visit the Facebook event page here.

About Ecliptic Brewing
Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon beer icon whose background is steeped in the state’s rich craft brewing history. The name Ecliptic unites Harris’ two passions: brewing and astronomy, and as such, the brewery celebrates the Earth’s yearly journey around the sun through both its beer and restaurant menus. Executive chef Michael Molitor rotates his seasonally inspired menu every six weeks in accordance with the old world calendar. Harris’ signature beers include Spica Pilsner, Orbiter IPA, Phobos Single Hop Red Ale, and Capella Porter. For more information, visit: www.eclipticbrewing.com.

Ecliptic beers are available at the brewery (825 North Cook St), in bottle and on-tap throughout the area, and distributed by: Maletis Beverage (Portland, Salem, Vancouver WA), Bigfoot Beverage (Eugene, Bend, Coast), Fort George Distributing (Northern Oregon Coast), Summit Distribution (Southern Oregon), Click Distributing (Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Northern Idaho), Dickerson Distributing (Bellingham), Crooked Stave Artisans (Colorado), Freedom Distributors (North Carolina), BeerThirst (Canada), and Graybeal (Eastern Oregon).

Afternoon at Widmer Brothers 12th Annual Octoberfest

Octoberfest season is winding down. Widmer Brothers Brewing held their 12th Annual celebration Saturday at Pioneer Courthouse Square. The single day event featured a lineup of bands, food trucks, and beer. I was there for a few hours in the late afternoon. A nice size crowd was enjoying the 70° weather. It was cloudy with no rainperfect for outdoor beer drinking!

I'll just let my pictures do the talking...

Widmer Brothers' new PDX Pils, soon to be released

Angel's Reign Barrel Aged Imperial Rye Stout. From the Small Batch Tent

Small Batch Tent Rotating Taplist

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Great American Beer Festival '16: Oregon Medal Winners

Oregon breweries pulled in 21 medals today at the Great American Beer Festival! Here's a roundup of the award winning Oregon breweries, beers, and style categories!

  • Alesong Brewing & Blending, Gold, Touch of Brett (Brett Beer)
  • Barley Brown's Beer, Silver, Shredder's Wheat (American-Style Wheat Beer)
  • Breakside Brewery
    • Bronze, Breakside Lunch Break ISA (International-Style Pale Ale)
    • Silver, Breakside ESB (Classic English-Style Pale Ale)
    • Gold, Breakside Rye Curious? (Rye Beer)
  • BTU Brasserie, Bronze, Butt-Ah Nut (Pumpkin/Squash Beer)
  • The Commons Brewery
    • Bronze, Petite Classique (Other Belgian-Style Ale)
    • Bronze, Creme de Peche (Specialty Saison)
  • Craft Brew Alliance
    • Omission, Bronze, Lager (American-Style Lager)
    • Widmer Brothers, Silver, Drop Top Amber Ale (Ordinary or Special Bitter)
  • Flat Tail Brewing Co., Bronze, DAM Wild: Marionberry Pink Peppercorn, (Mixed-Culture Brett Beer)
  • Great Notion Brewing, Silver, Heart of Gold (American-Style Sour Ale)
  • Groundbreaker Brewing, Gold, Dark Ale (Gluten-Free Beer)
  • Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, Bronze, Cerasus (Belgian-Style Fruit Beer)
  • Migration Brewing Co, Bronze, Old Silenus Ale (Old Ale or Strong Ale)
  • Pelican Brewing Co., Silver, Pelicano Extra! (American-Style Pilsener
  • Sunriver Brewing, Silver, Rippin, (American-Style Strong Pale)
  • 10 Barrel Brewing Co., Gold, P2P (American-Style Stout)
  • Three Creeks Brewing, Gold, FivePine Chocolate Porter (Brown Porter)
  • Two Kilts Brewing, Silver, Scottish Ale (Scottish-Style Ale)
  • Vertigo Brewing, Bronze, Apricot Cream Ale (American-Style Fruit Beer)

For a complete list of winners, take a look at the PDF file of 2016 Great American Beer Festival award winners.

Congrats to all of these breweries and thanks for making world-class beer for our enjoyment! I happen to have an award winner in my beer fridge. I think I'll crack it open to toast all of our amazing Oregon breweries!

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Fort George Magnanimous IPA: Brewed with Fir Tips

Fort George is preparing to launch Magnanimous IPA for its second annual release. While we've got plenty of IPAs in the Northwest, this one is unique. Magnanimous is brewed with actual fir tips. I expect that will take piney hop flavors to a new level! The fir tips were picked by hand in May, and stored for several months until the beer was brewed.

This isn't the first time Fort George brewed a beer with evergreen. Back in 2010, they released North the Fourth, made with spruce tips, cranberries, and candy canes. I even interviewed Jack Harris about this unique beer.

While I love hops, I'm intrigued by the use of ingredients that aren't typically used in beer. As a homebrewer, I'm always on the lookout for unusual ingredients. I'm in the process of reading Brewing Local, a new book by Stan Hieronymus. It's giving me lots of excellent ideas for future homebrews!

In the meantime, look for Magnanimous IPA at your favorite beer store. It will be available October 5 until it runs out! For more details, check out the news release below.

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Magnanimous IPA: A Fort George 16-ounce Seasonal Collaboration with Earth & Sky Farm

Magnanimous IPA is a yearly offering from Fort George, reaching homes and pubs throughout the Northwest in early fall. But this seasonal beer brewed with Grand Fir trimmings actually starts in late May. That is when the Christmas trees at Earth & Sky Farm in Oregon City show their new, soft green growth. And it’s also when Tim Ensign and Jana Daisy-Ensign invite everyone out to the farm to harvest the fir for this winter collaboration with Fort George.

“We put a call out to friends and family in the beer community when the fir tips are ready,” explains Brad Blaser who works on the marketing team. “It’s pretty hot out there at that time of year, but Tim & Jana at Earth & Sky are great hosts. Barbecue, plenty of drinks, someone even brought a guitar to play while we picked. Your hands smell like trees for a day, but it’s a lot of fun with a really nice group of people.”

Hundreds of pounds of fir tips were picked, packed, and vacuum sealed into 10 lb. bags. These were quickly loaded up, driven back to Astoria, and delivered to a dedicated chest freezer located in the basement of Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill’s home. There they rested, tucked away until the brewery said it was time.

“I am happy to get that fir out of my basement,” Chris adds. “But I’m even more excited to taste a pint of Magnanimous IPA again.”

Bestowed with generous amounts of hand-harvested Grand Fir trimmings and bountiful additions of Simcoes and Chinooks, Magnanimous IPA offers a noble blend of lush piney hops and fresh evergreen aroma.

Look for 16-ounce four-packs and draft of this winter seasonal starting October 5th and while it lasts. Fort George beer is distributed only in the Pacific Northwest.

October - December Northwest Beer Festival Calendar

Fall beer festivals are in full swing. If you scan through the schedule, I think you'll find a nice variety of events. I'm most looking forward to Willamette Week's 4th Annual Beer Pro / Am on October 15. I've never attended, and I can't wait to taste the collaborations made by pro and amateur brewers. 

This is by no means a comprehensive list. If I'm missing anything (I'm focusing on annual, not one-time-only events), please send me the event details at info@notsoprofessionalbeer.com and I'll be happy to add it. That said, here's a look at the upcoming festivals during the months of October - December. Check out my Beer Festival Schedule page for updates.

  • October 1:  Sisters Fresh Hop Festival, Sisters    website 
  • October 1:  Fresh Hops Fest @ Claim 52 Abbey, Springfield    website 
  • October 7-8:  Handmade Bike & Beer Festival, Portland   website2014 recap
  • October 8:  Umpqua Brewfest, Roseburg    website   
  • October 8:  Peche Fest @ Saraveza, Portland    website  
  • October 8:  Elysian Great Pumpkin Beer Fest, Seattle    website  
  • October 8:  12th Annual Widmer Brothers Oktoberfest, Portland    website  
  • October 14-15:  PDX City of Cider Fest, Portland    website 
  • October 15:  Killer Pumpkin Festival @ Green Dragon, Portland    website  
  • October 15:  Willamette Week's 4th Annual Beer Pro / Am, Portland    website
  • October 15:  Alchemeat: Beer & Charcuterie Festival @ Culmination, Portland    website
  • October 21-23:  The Little Woody Barrel-Aged Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival, Eugene     website 
  • October 22:  Brewpublic Killer Beer Fest @ Bailey's Taproom, Portland

  • November 5:  Boone's Ferry Autumn Ale Fest, @ McMenamins, Wilsonville    website 
  • November 5-6:  McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival, Springfield    website  
  • November 12:  Bend Ale Festival, Bend    website  
  • BelgianFest @ Bailey's Taproom, Portland
  • November 30 - December 4:  Holiday Ale Festival, Portland    website

  • November 30 - December 4:  Holiday Ale Festival, Portland    website
  • Central Oregon Winter Beer Festival, Bend    website

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2016 Brewer's Advent Calendar at Costco

Fall is here, and that means Winter and Christmas beers are quickly descending. It also means Costco is loading up on all things yuletide. As I was perusing the aisles at my local Costco the other day, I found a beer advent calendar. The Brewer's Advent Calendar features 24 cans of 16.9 oz. imported German beersone for each day from December 1 - 24. The calendar features a broad range of German styles and is priced at $59.99, which equates to $2.50 a beer. That seems like a decent price to me.

I didn't buy it, but if anyone does, please let me know what you think of it.

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Full Sail Fall '16 Releases

There's nothing like coming home from work on Friday afternoon and being greeted by a box of beer on your doorstep! I received such a treat today from Full Sail Brewing Co. Carefully packed in the box were bottles of some of the brewery's current releases:

8 Pound Pale Ale:  Full Sail has been brewing fresh hop beers for years, but 8 Pound Pale Ale is their first packaged in the 12 oz. bottle format. Fresh (also known as wet) hops are added to the boil within hours of being picked at the hop farm. Since fresh hops are not kiln dried, they must quickly be used before they spoil. According to Full Sail, the Magnum hops showcased in this beer impart notes of anise and flavors of lemon and spice. Click here for more details about 8 Pound Pale Ale.

Session Premium Northwest Pilsner:  Full Sail's Session line keeps growing! Inspired by classic Czech pilsners, this beer's use of citrusy Cascade and Crystal hops add some Northwest flair. At 4.0% ABV and 34 IBUs, you'll be able to enjoy a few.

Full Sail Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stouts:  An old favorite returns for its annual release. This year's edition was brewed in November 2015, and then aged in Wild Turkey bourbon casks from Kentucky. The barrels add flavors of vanilla, oak, and of coursebourbon.  At 9.5% ABV and 40 IBUs, it will age gracefully for years, if you have the patience. I think I have a bottle of the 2014 release stashed away. I should dig it up and see how it's coming along!

These releases span quite a range of styles, and should serve as a nice accompaniment to fall. Look for them at a beer store near you. Thanks to Full Sail for an awesome start to my weekend!

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BridgePort 2016 Hop Harvest Ale: Red IPA with Amarillo

The 2016 Hop Harvest is in full swing, and fresh hop beers abound! Now you just need to get your hands on some. Don't worry, there are many Fresh Hop Beer Fests planned throughout the state (click here to see my beer festival calendar). If you can't attend a fest, head to the grocery store. Last week, Full Sail announced the release of 8 Pound Pale Fresh Hop Ale. Just today, BridgePort Brewing Co. unveiled their 2016 Hop Harvest Ale. This year, it's a Red IPA with Amarillo hops from Crosby Hop Farm.

Interestingly, one of my very first blog posts was about BridgePort's 2010 Hop Harvest. Time fliesas does the release window for fresh hop beers! Find it soon, drink it soon...

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 2016 Hop Harvest Red IPA Features Crosby Hop Farm Amarillo® Hops

Portland, Ore. – September 22, 2016 – BridgePort Brewing Company, Oregon’s original craft brewery, released today the newest beer in the lineup, Hop Harvest Red IPA. Taking advantage of the available hop bounty in Oregon, BridgePort Brewing partnered with Crosby Hop Farm in Woodburn, Ore. and chose their Amarillo® hop varietal. Originating from Virgil Gamach Farms in Yakima Valley, Washington, Crosby Hop Farm is the only Oregon farm licensed to grow and sell this unique hop.

On September 1, BridgePort Brewmaster Jeff Edgerton and his team of brewers took a trip out to Crosby Hop Farm and picked up 250 pounds of fresh hops. Immediately, the team returned to the brewery, located in the Pearl District of Portland, and dumped the hops into the fermenter tanks. The fermented beer was then poured over the Amarillo® hops, capturing that fresh hop flavor and aroma.

“We’re lucky to brew so close to where hops are grown as it allows us to start the fresh-hop process almost immediately after they are picked from the bines,” states Jeff Edgerton, Brewmaster of BridgePort Brewing Company. “This year we chose a very distinctive hop, the Amarillo®, which has a unique floral/citrus aroma that has helped create an exceptional fresh hopped IPA. All of us here at BridgePort are thankful to Crosby Hop Farm for growing such a phenomenal hop!” 

BridgePort’s Hop Harvest Red IPA Stats:
IBU’s: 60
ABV: 7.0%
Color: RED
OG: 16.7%

BridgePort Brewing will be pouring Hop Harvest Red IPA at the Hood River Hop Fest in Hood River this Saturday, September 24. Visit http://hoodriver.org/hops-fest/ to purchase tickets and for more information on the event. Hop Harvest Red IPA is now available on-tap and in 22oz. bottles at BridgePort BrewPub (1313 NW Marshall St., Portland, Ore.) and where BridgePort is sold in the Pacific Northwest.

About BridgePort Brewing
Oregon's original craft brewery continues to evolve from a microbrewery to a regional leader committed to producing high quality craft ales. Lead by Brewmaster Jeff Edgerton, the team of BridgePort brewers prides itself on using local hops and clear glacial water from Mount Hood. The BridgePort family of ales includes the STUMPTOWN Series, BridgePort IPA, Hop Czar Imperial IPA, Kingpin, and seasonal offerings. BridgePort Brewery is located at 1313 N.W. Marshall. For more information, call 503-241-7179 or visit www.bridgeportbrew.com.                


Willamette Week's 4th Annual Beer Pro/Am

In Portland, we've got beer fests for nearly every type of beer and every occasion. But the Willamette Week's 4th Annual Beer Pro/Am is truly different. It features beers crafted by pairs of professional and home brewers.  Here's the roster of participating brewers:

Brett Wendorf with 54-40 Brewing (Bolt Minister)
Jarett Creason/ John Moore with Baerlic Brewing (Ben Parsons)
Ritch Marvin with Breakside Brewery (Ben Edmunds)
Dean Ehnes with Bridgeport Brewing (Jeff Edgerton)
Jenn McPoland & Jeremie Landers with Burnside Brewing (Natalie Baldwin)
Jon & Parker Hall with Coalition Brewing (Elan Walsky)
Bill Schneller with Culmination Brewing (Tomas Sluter)
Martin Cizmar with Dean's Scene (Dean Pottle)
Enrique "Ricky" Mendez with Drinking Horse Beer (Emerson Lenon)
Mike Marsh with McMenamins Edgefield​ (Matt Bergfield)
Jack Hall with Ex Novo (Joel Gregory)
Chris McNeel with Fort George (Tobiah McNeel)
Will Minderhout with Fat Heads (Mike Hunsaker)
Chad Graham with Great Notion (James Dugan)
Aaron Cohen with Laurelwood (Shane Watterson)
Kyle Kozlowski with Lompoc (Brendan Murphy)
Steve Carper with Montavilla Brewing (Michael Kora)
Chuck Macaluso with Ordnance (Logan Mayfield)
Mo Wark with Pints (Alan Taylor)
Tracy Hensley with Rogue (Danny Connors)
Mitch Scheele with Sasquatch Brewing Co. (Mike Paladino)
Brewvana Brewery Tours with Stung (Brooks Cooper)
Mirand Karson with Swift Cider (Aiden Currie)
Jeremy Speer with Three Mugs Brewing Co (Jay & Josh Jennings)
Matthew Fields with Trusty Brewing (Gary Paul)
Kevin Smith with Unicorn Brewing (Jay Webb)
Warren Holmes with Uptown Market (Tyler Staples)
Jim Telles with Vanguard (Don Anderson)
Nick Roberts with Zoiglhaus Brewing Company (Alan Taylor)
Steve Munch with Widmer (Dan Munch)

The event will be held on Saturday, October 15, from noon to 6pm at The North Warehouse. The taplist is impressiveso take a look! For more details, including ticket packages and pricing, please review the press release below, or visit the event Facebook page.

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PORTLAND, ORE. -- Craft beer enthusiasts, get ready! On Saturday, October 15, 32 teams of one homebrewer and one professional brewer will reveal 32 experimental beers and vie for your vote at Willamette Week’s 4th Annual Beer Pro/ Am. Only 500 tickets are available to Portland’s original home/pro brewer collaboration event, happening at The North Warehouse (723 N Tillamook Street, Portland) from Noon to 6 p.m. for guests 21+.

“Beer Pro/Am has found its stride,” says Steph Barnhart, Willamette Week’s events and marketing manager. “After three years of having new homes, we’re excited to return to The North Warehouse, repeat our sell out crowd and offer 30 percent more beers. There is no other beer festival like this.”

Tickets range from $15 (designated driver) to a $55 “Super Rare” VIP Experience ticket, which allows guests one full hour of tasting where the brewer to guest ratio is 1:1. Translation: no lines and plenty of time to nerd out about simcoe hops, CBD infused IPAs or lavendar lagers. The general admission ticket is $25 and includes 31 three-ounce tastes, a commemorative pint glass and Brewvana pretzel necklace.

Food is provided by food carts PDX Sliders and Thrive Pacific NW. DJ Short Change brings the beats, and the Ground Kontrol Retro Gaming Lounge returns, with an expanded selection of vintage consoles and pinball machines. More than a dozen additional vendors will be onsite, including: Bailey’s Taproom, Brewed Oregon, Brewvana, Digital Pour, Fairlane Coffee, Girls Pint Out, Good IV, Green Mountain Energy, Ground Kontrol, Krave Jerky, Muv Training, Nature Commode, Sasquatch Sauces, Usnaps Photobooth, Wailua Shave Ice, Zythos Project and more TBA.

Participating breweries include: 54-40, Baerlic, Breakside, Bridge-port, Burnside, Coalition, Culmination, Dean’s Scene, Drinking Horse Beer, Ecliptic, Edgefield (McMenamins), Ex Novo, Fat Heads, Feckin, Fort George, Great Notion, Laurelwood, Lompoc, Montavilla, Ordnance, Pints, Rogue, The Oregon Mead & Cider Company, Sasquatch, Swift Cider, Three Mugs, Trusty, Unicorn, Uptown Market, Vanguard, Widmer and Zoiglhaus.

Tickets, a brewer roster and more information available at wweek.com/beerproam. Interested sponsors are encouraged to contact Steph at beer@wweek.com.