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The Oregon Garden Brewfest is one week from today!

One week from today the Oregon Garden Brewfest kicks off over in Silverton, offering two days of beer tasting at the Grand Hall of the Oregon Garden, including beer from a number of (western) Oregon breweries that you may not have tried yet. I posted the beer list but more importantly, a list of my recommended beers—including the ones that I’m excited about trying since I’m going to be there. (Disclosure: I’ll be there on … Continue reading →

Oregon Garden Brewfest Groupon deal

There’s a deal over on Groupon today for the Oregon Garden Brewfest that’s really good: Two Days at Beer Festival with Tasting Mugs for Two or Four on April 27 and 28 (Up to 55% Off) $25 for a $5o package This is a really good deal: the two-day (advance) package at the Brewfest costs $25 per person, and covers admission for both days, the mug, and 14 tasting tickets. (At $1 per ticket, that’s … Continue reading →

Oregon Garden Brewfest: Must try beers

The other day I posted the list of beers that will be pouring at the Oregon Garden Brewfest coming up at the end of the month, and (like I do for the Oregon Brewfest—or really any fests that I attend) now I’ve got my list of beers that I consider “must tries”—those that I would generally recommend and those that I want to try for myself. So if you’re new to the Fest and/or haven’t … Continue reading →

Oregon Garden Brewfest Beer List

With the Oregon Garden Brewfest coming up in a few scant weeks, it’s time to look over the list of beers that will be pouring; and since I’ll be attending this year, I’ve been looking over this list and have started figuring out the “must try” beers which I’ll post shortly. Overall there’s a nice mix in the list below, with some 92 beer listed. Brewery Name Beer Name Style 10 Barrel Brewing Apocalypse IPA 10 … Continue reading →

Oregon Garden Brewfest (2012)

The 2012 Oregon Garden Brewfest is coming up next month, taking place April 27 and 28 (Friday and Saturday, respectively) at the Oregon Garden in Silverton, about 14 miles east of Salem. I’ve never been (until this year—more on that below) but they’ve been holding this Fest for eight years now, and this year’s looks to be bigger than ever, with 45 breweries and cideries pouring some 92 different beers and ciders. The Fest runs from noon … Continue reading →