We are lucky enough to have Trinity Brewing host tastings at both of our locations this week!
Wednesday June 8th at Lake Oswego
Friday Jume 10th at Scholls
Music by Miss Massive Snowflake!
Art by our very own Katharine! Eight abstract pieces all incorporating burnt browns, turquoise, and glitter!
We will also be tasting out several different wines! Including Hidden Crush Chardonnay, Lock and Key Meritage, Thorny Rose Cabernet Sauv, and Handcraft Petite Sirah!
Fun starts at 6pm and doesn't end til we close!
Harvester Brewing is a dedicated gluten-free brewery. Every beer that we make is gluten-free, made in our brewery where no gluten containing items are allowed through the door. We brew, bottle, and distribute our beer from our production facility in SE Portland.
When Burnside Brewing Co. opened its doors in 2010, the vision was concise. Focus on easy to drink beers that accompany and enhance the culinary experience. Brew master Jason McAdam is a creative trendsetter in brewing, bold enough to take risks and smart enough to leave a creative impression on your taste buds. He balances our desires for tradition such as the Oatmeal Pale, then throws in food inspired beers such as the Sweet Heat, an apricot wheat beer dry hopped with scotch bonnet peppers that is reminiscent of a Caribbean chutney.
Founded in 1989, Boulevard Brewing Company has grown to become the largest specialty brewer in the Midwest. Our mission is simple: to produce fresh, flavorful beers using the finest traditional ingredients and the best of both old and new brewing techniques.
Boulevard beers, known for their full flavor, distinctive character, and unsurpassed quality, are currently sold throughout the Midwest and in select markets from coast-to-coast. The GABF® Gold Medal-winning Unfiltered Wheat Beer remains our most popular offering. An easy-drinking American-style wheat beer, Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat is the best-selling craft beer in the Midwest.
Join us for a night of cider! Virtue cider that is! Tasting will start at 5:00pm.
Elysian Brewing will be with us on August 8th, 5 pm to 8 pm!
ELYSIAN BREWING COMPANY: The Elysian was founded in 1995 by principals Dick Cantwell (President/Head Brewer), Joe Bisacca (CFO/Head of Operations) and David Buhler (Sales & Marketing Director). Our first Seattle location, a 220-seat beer hall and our main brewery, opened in 1996 on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s most populous neighborhood. In 1997 Elysian was chosen to operate a pub and small brewery at Gameworks—a large entertainment complex owned by Universal Studios, Dreamworks & Sega. Elysian left this partnership in 2002 upon expiration of the five-year contract. A short year later Elysian opened TangleTown, an 80-seat neighborhood brewery/bistro. With a 3-bbl pilot brewery, Elysian-TangleTown acted as the brewers’ test kitchen, fueling the creative fires and helping cement Elysian’s reputation as Seattle’s top brewpub. The most recent addition to the Elysian empire, Elysian Fields, opened in August 2006. Perched next to Seattle’s two sports arenas, Fields seats 400 and packs the house at lunch and on gamedays. It is typical for us to offer over twenty different Elysian beers between the three locations.
From our very first day, when we poured the beers of each of the breweries we had all worked at in the past alongside our own beer, Elysian has honored the efforts of other brewers and brewing cultures. Uniquely among brewpubs, we have offered rare German and Belgian beers at our own taps along with those of our friends, some of whom at times have joined us to brew special commemorative beers. In a way our collaboration with New Belgium is a development of this spirit of fun and mutual respect. From 2008 to early 2011 we were able to produce large batches of our Immortal IPA and seasonal specialties at the New Belgium facility in Fort Collins, and New Belgium’s brewers would produce small-batch, experimental beers in their “Trip” series at our Capitol Hill brewery. In fall 2011, we opened our new production brewery in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, allowing us to bring all our brewing back to our hometown. Despite this change, The Trip series and the spirit of collaboration continue on. We look forward to further growth and innovation in our brewing adventures as we devise not only new and interesting beers, but a new and interesting future for the craft brewing industry.
Full Sail will be here from 5pm to 8pm on August 7th!
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That not all beers are created equal. And neither are the breweries that create them.
That we, the 47 employee-owners of the Full Sail Brewing Company, proudly proclaim ourselves to be I N D E P E N D E N T.
That to be Independent is to be free.
Free to live a life less ordinary somewhere extraordinary. Where the sirens are sounded by blue jays, and the skyscrapers have names like Hood, Adams and St. Helens.
Free to measure our lives not in dollars and cents, but in waves carved and powder runs tracked, in music made and meals shared, in pint glasses lifted and bonfires burned.
Free to pursue the perfect balance. Between work and play, art and commerce, inspiration and perspiration.
Free to amp up the creativity and craftsmanship of everything we do. No matter how big. No matter how small.
Free to celebrate and support Independents everywhere: The sail maker in Hood River, the pub owner in Seattle, organic grower in Flagstaff. The bike shop owner in Moab, the carpenter in Tahoe, the board shaper in Santa Cruz.
Free to make everything we do not just good but insanely great.
5-7pm, Thursday, March 28.
Anderson Valley's beer lineup includes:
Boont Amber Hop Ottin' IPA Poleeko Pale Ale Belk's ESB Heelch O' Hops IIPA and Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
Supa, the "gourmet soups and melties" food truck, will be here as well--serving up grilled sandwiches and bowls of hot soup.