This weekend is the second annual Portland Fruit Beer Festival taking place, of course, in Portland, this year rolled into the overall Portland Beer Week festivities (though still a killer standalone event). It’s taking place this Saturday and Sunday, the 9th and 10th, outside of Burnside Brewing again though this year they’ve been able to close 7th Avenue to provide a larger venue. If the thought of “fruit beer” still brings up images of early … Continue reading →
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The Portland Fruit Beer Festival has a beer lineup now (I posted the press release today), and it’s looking impressive. The full official list is here; here’s the short version: Alameda Brewing: Huckleberry Hound: Imperial IPA “dry-hopped” with huckleberries; ABV: 8.2% IBU’s : 103 Beetje Brewing: Zure Krenten: Farmhouse blend with champagne currants; ABV: 6% Block 15 Brewing: Psidium: Rustic farmhouse ale matured with guava fruit; ABV 6% Breakside Brewing: Mango IPA; ABV: 6.8% IBU: … Continue reading →
I initially wrote the other day about the Portland Fruit Beer Festival coming up in June; and today Ezra over at The New School posted a (preliminary?) image of the poster for the fest: So we have some more info now: 11 to 9 on June 11th, 11 to 6 on the 12th; 15+ breweries and 20+ beers. Definitely sounds intriguing. *If this image goes away I’ll post a copy locally.
Looks like Portland is getting another beer festival, slated for June 11th and 12th: the Fruit Beer Festival. That’s based on The New School’s Ezra’s Twitter feed today, and this post on the Oregon Brew Crew site: Burnside Brewing, OBC’s host for the recent March out meeting, will be introducing the Portland Fruit Beer Festival on Saturday, June 11th and Sunday, June 12th featuring many one-off, special brews from commercial brewers. They’ve has asked the Oregon … Continue reading →