Charles Porter, the founding brewer of Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, and his wife Brenda Crow are preparing to launch their new venture, Little Beast Brewing! They're hosting a public launch party on Saturday, April 22 at OP Wurst. This will be the first time that samples of their beer will be available for tasting.
The number of Oregon breweries focused on mixed fermentations and barrel-aged beers has been on the rise. In recent years, De Garde Brewing, Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, Alesong Brewing & Blending, and others have emerged. Along with pioneers such as Cascade Brewing and Logsdon, I expect these breweries will continue to push boundaries and evolve our perception of beer. It'll be fun to watch (and taste) it unfold!
I'm looking forward to getting my first taste of Little Beast on Saturday. For more details, check out the invitation below.
We would be honored to have you join us Saturday, April 22nd for the launch of Little Beast Brewing, our new farmhouse-style brewery in Beaverton, OR and founded by veteran brewer, Charles Porter, and his partner and wife, Brenda Crow.
Rooted in old world technique and inspired by Oregon's abundant edible flora, Little Beast is crafting beer using diverse cultures, aging in wood barrels and bottle conditioning to create a complex and unique finished product. We are so excited to introduce you to our inaugural beers!
Because our brewery space is petite and because we are big fans of the Olympia Provisions folks, we will be hosting the occasion at the new OP Wurst, where we will have complimentary samples of our first two beers on tap. Starting that evening and running through the week, OP will offer sausage artfully paired with our beers on their menu.
Come talk and toast with us. Hope to see you there!
When: Saturday, April 22, 2017 -- 5pm-8pm
Where: OP Wurst, 3384 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202
- Complimentary samples of Bes and Fera
- First look at the brand, bottles, t-shirts & more
- Sausage & beer pairing menu available
- An all-around good time with great people!