Tag Archives: Seven Brides Brewing

Oregon Garden Brewfest weekend wrap up and review

Last weekend’s trip to Silverton for the Oregon Garden Brewfest was fantastic: perfect weather, amazing location, bigger-than-ever festival, great Thursday night Brewer’s Dinner. This has become one of my must-attend events (something I’d already decided pretty much after last year’s Fest, but this trip cemented that for me) for all of those above reasons, plus it’s so low-key; as I wrote last year: …people were having a good time, without the crazy loud crowd scene that was … Continue reading →

Seven Brides Frankenlou’s IPA

Since I had written up my review of Seven Brides Brewing a week ago, it occurred to me that I also have tasting notes for one of their beers—Frankenlou’s IPA. I had written a short note on the brewery review: Fruity and a touch of apricot which is a nice touch (it reminds me of Boneyard Beer’s Zwickelmania IPA sample after only 1 day of fermentation). Imperial IPA character with nice tropical fruit notes. But … Continue reading →

Seven Brides Brewing

While in Silverton for the Oregon Garden Brewfest last weekend, one of my goals was to visit Seven Brides Brewing, Silverton’s lone brewery that has been brewing beer since 2008, to check out their brewery and Tap Room and to sample the range of their brews. I’ve tried a few of their beers that have made their way over the mountains here to Bend, but nothing definitive so I was excited for the opportunity to … Continue reading →