Oregon Brewers Festival

 

8th ANNUAL
BREWERS PARADE

Sorry, Brunch is SOLD OUT!

Beers

The 2014 Oregon Brewers Festival will feature 88 handcrafted beers from 85 breweries across the country, including two gluten-free offerings. There will be another 100+ beers pouring in the Specialty Tent during the event, including beers from 11 breweries from The Netherlands plus one from Germany. To DOWNLOAD a copy of this year's program, CLICK HERE

10 Barrel is inventing its own beer style by fermenting crushed Granny Smith and Pink Lady apples and blending it with its GABF award-winning Berliner Weisse. The result is a dry, crisp and refreshing sour beer with a hint of something a little different. It's low in hops so you'll be able to taste the fruit as well as the wheat, and its golden color will shine in your 2014 commemorative glass. And it's light-bodied and moderate in alcohol so you can get back in line for this one.
In keeping with the outlaw spirit of beloved prospector (and namesake of this sessionable beer) Yosemite Sam, Old Town’s common beer bucks convention with a big dry hop of Northwest grown hops. A single infusion mash of Pilsner, caramunich and aromatic malts was dry-hopped with Centennial and Ahtanum hops. A clean-fermenting yeast lets those simple, straightforward doses of hops shine through. This beer is light-bodied with a clean, crisp finish; nothing common about it.
This unique gluten-free beer is brewed from traditional brewing malts (two-row pale and caramel) then crafted using a special process to remove the gluten. The hop bill includes Alchemy in kettle, and Citra in the whirlpool and dry-hopper. The "Shandy" flavors come from the addition of grapefruit peels that give the beer a big citrusy flavor. Challenge your friends to see if they can tell it's gluten-free!
According to the brewery, most people’s first statement when tasting this beer is “Wow! It’s like drinking a sweet tart.” This award winning, amazingly tart, sour mash Berliner Weisse is tempered with the sweet essence of great Northwest huckleberries. The huckleberry aroma draws you in and the tartness makes you come back for more. Don’t miss this unique sour.
You can get some vitamin C with your vitamin B with this beer. Its sweet malty base is derived from a grist of two-row, crystal, honey and Munich malts, which is then hopped to balance with Centennial, Chinook and Columbus hops, lending a citrusy hop flavor and aroma to the brew. The bright, tart flavors of blood oranges add to the beer's complex flavors, plus make it extra refreshing!
This isn't your father's pale, fizzy lager. Pelican's pre-prohibition lager (aka "pre-pro") will stand up to any craft ale with its hefty malt base (Pilsner and dextrin malts), hop presence (three doses of Oregon Ultra hops), body and flavor. This rounded, malty brew underwent three weeks of cold fermentation with a highly attenuative lager yeast to give you that clean, crisp finish. If you haven't tried a pre-pro before, you'll be thanking Pelican for the introduction.
Most American wheat beers are light, malty brews with only enough hops to balance, but pFriem has turned that around with a hop-forward version you'll want to try before it's gone. Four additions of Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops – including at whirlpool and two separate dry hop additions– provide the hop flavor and aroma with moderate bitterness to balance the Pilsner and wheat malts. Soft Mt. Hood water keeps the bitterness at bay.
The grain bill for this one is simple – almost 100% premium two-row, with a touch of caramel malt – leaving plenty of room for you to taste the multiple doses of Amarillo hops. The beer is dry-hopped twice with Amarillo – once "warm" in the fermenter, and then again in the cold conditioning tank. This gives the beer extra hop flavor without extra bitterness.
The original Oregon Honey Beer won a Bronze Medal at the 1994 World Beer Cup and Silver at the 1995 Great American Beer Festival. Twenty years later, it's resurrected for the festival and as a limited-release offering, Oregon-sourced white clover honey is added to the kettle during the boil. Red raspberry puree from Oregon Fruit Products Co. is added on the second day of fermentation. A moderate hop schedule includes Nugget for bittering and Willamette for flavor and aroma.
This light-amber wheat ale keeps the hops (two additions of Mt. Hood) on the down-low so you can taste the huckleberries added post-fermentation right before kegging. The huckleberries, picked from Sawtooth Berry Felds at Mt. Adams and Catherine Creek in the Grande Ronde Valley, supplement the sweetness of two-row, white wheat, Vienna and acidulated malts in the grist. California Ale yeast keeps it clean so you can taste what Mother Nature and her clever brewers intended.
Rock Bottom employs a special brewing process in this beer, known as ""Cascadifying."" That means taking a perfectly good European style and adding a ton of American hops to it. In this case, Kölsch beer – a light, crisp beer fermented cold like a lager with an ale yeast – gets Cascadified with Nugget, Citras and, of course, Cascade hops. The hop bitterness balances the malty base, letting the hop flavor and aroma prevail. The yeast is fruity, yet restrained – in short, the perfect representation of the beer's Teutonic roots.
This beer is described as a "super strong double altbier." Brewed with 100% Weyerman malts and fermented with Kölsch yeast, it has a traditional German alt flavor and enjoys the benefit of "free range" Oregon water and a dry-hopping schedule that includes Revolution and Alluvial hops, grown especially for Rogue. Feeling Rogue-ish? Of course you are!
This beer will surprise you. Not a burner at all, it's surprisingly refreshing and drinkable. The broad pungent flavor of jalapeño and serrano peppers ally beautifully with the pear and clove flavors contributed by the Belgian wit yeast. Two-row barley malt and rolled oats provide lots of fermentables – and ferment they do, up to 9% alcohol. Nuggets do a little bit of bittering, and Tettnangers provide hop flavor and aroma, but not so much that you lose the pepper flavors.
Brewed for Sierra Nevada's Beer Camp Across America collaborative 12-pack in collaboration with Ninkasi Brewing, this beer was inspired by the perennial café favorite. Double Latte combines two of the greatest things in life: good coffee and great beer. Oregon’s Ninkasi Brewing knows its way around a good cup of joe. Featuring cold-press coffee from the legendary Stumptown Coffee Roasters and a dose of milk sugar, this coffee milk stout is a rich and roasty treat.
BreweryBeerStyleTrailer

10 Barrel Brewing Co

Cider WeisseBerliner Style Weiss blended with green apple cider5

13 Virtues Brewing Co

Hoptimal Results Imperial IPA Imperial IPA2

21st Amendment Brewery

Hell or High WatermelonWheat Beer with Fruit

Alameda Brewing Co

Waterfront Park Extra Pale AleExtra Pale Ale

Alaskan Brewing Co

HopothermiaDouble IPA

Amnesia Brewing Co

Crystal RedRed Ale

Anderson Valley Brewing Co

Summer SolsticeCream Ale

Ashtown Brewing Co

Blackberry India Pale AleBlackberry IPA

Ballast Point Brewing Co

Sculpin IPAIPA

Bayern Brewing

Bayern Amber LagerMaerzen Lager

Bear Republic Brewing Co

Grand-AmAmerican Pale Ale

Beer Valley Brewing Co

Heavy Sugars Honey AleBraggot

Boneyard Beer

Bone-A-FidePale Ale

Boulder Beer Co

ShakeChocolate Porter

Boundary Bay Brewery

Double Dry Hopped Mosaic Pale AlePale Ale

BridgePort Brewing Co

Trilogy 2: Aussie Salute IPAIPA

Caldera Brewing Co

Caldera Toasted Coconut Chocolate PorterPorter

Cascade Brewing

Raspberry WheatNW Style Sour Fruit

Central City Brewing

Red BettyImperial IPA

Cigar City Brewing

Mangosteen Florida WeisseBerliner Weisse w/Mangosteen

Collaborator

Czech'd Out PilsGerman Pilsner

Coronado Brewing Co

Orange Avenue WitCalifornia Wit

Crux Fermentation Project

Off Leash NW Session AleNW Session Ale

Deschutes Brewery

Gluten Free NW Pale AleGluten Free Pale Ale

Deschutes Brewery

Ester the Farmhouse MaidenSaison

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

Burton Olde EnglishOlde English Style Ale

Drake's Brewing Co

7x7 IPAWest Coast IPA

Dunedin Brewery

Moon Reflects on HibiscusBelgian IPA with fruit & flowers

Ecliptic Brewery

Perihelion Crimson SaisonSaison brewed with Rhubarb

Eel River Brewing Co

Emerald Triangle IPAIPA

Elysian Brewing

PerfesserAmerican Wild Ale w/plums

Ex Novo Brewing Co

Black & WheatBlack Raspberry Wheat

Fearless Brewing Co

Peaches and Cream AleFruit Beer

Firestone Walker Brewing Co

Easy JackSession IPA

Fitger's Brewhouse

Hoppelujah IPANorth Shore Style IPA

Fort George Brewery & Public House

The OptimistIPA

Full Sail Brewing Co

Full Sail Cascade PilsnerNW German Pilsner

Gigantic Brewing Co

Who Ate All the Pies?Strawberry Rhubarb Gose

Gilgamesh Brewing

Radtke RadlerRadler

Golden Valley Brewery

Young Franken SteinKellerbier

Goodlife Brewing Co

Nothing As It SeemsCoffee Blonde

Grain Station Brew Works

Epernay WeissGerman Weiss Beer

Green Flash Brewing Co

Citra Session IPASession IPA

Heathen Brewery

Mega DankImperial IPA

Hopworks Urban Brewery

Belgian AppleBelgian Style Fruit Beer

Kells Brew Pub

Billy Ray CitrusCascadian Dark Session

Klamath Basin Brewing Co

Breakfast Blend IPAIPA with Espresso

Kona Brewing Co

Castaway IPAIPA

Laht Neppur Brewing Co

Peach Pie HeffyHefeweizen

Lakefront Brewery

Wisconsinite Summer WeissWisconsin Style Weisse

Laurelwood Brewing Co

Pale Pony ISASession IPA

Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Sraffe DrielingTriple

Lompoc Brewing Co

PamplemousseIPA

Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

HopperopolisCopper Ale

Maui Brewing Co

Lorenzini Blood Orange Double IPADouble IPA with fruit

Mazama Brewing

RasplendentRaspberry Wit

McMenamins Concordia Brewery

Double Helix Double IPADouble IPA

Natian Brewery

Portland FogOrganic Blonde Ale

Nimbus Brewing Co

Nimbus Red AleAmber Ale

Ninkasi Brewing Co

OktoberfestbierGerman Style Festbier

No-Li Brewhouse

Empire No. 8 Session IPASession IPA

North Rim Brewing

SkylineBelgian Pale Ale

Oakshire Brewing

CitrafonixAmerican Pale Ale with Citrus

Old Market Pub & Brewery

Cherry DeriveKriek

Old Town Brewing Co

Yosteamite SamCalifornia Common10

Omission Beer

O'ShandyGrapefruit Shandy Session IPA4

Paradise Creek Brewery

Huckleberry PuckerBerliner Weiss1

Payette Brewing Co

Blood Orange IPAFruit IPA6

Pelican Pub & Brewery

Phil's PilsPre-Prohibition American Pilsner5

pFriem Family Brewers

Hoppy WheatAmerican Hop Forward Wheat Beer8

Port Townsend Brewing Co

Extra Special Hop DiggidyIPA2

Portland Brewing Co

Raspberry Oregon Honey BeerHoney Beer with Fruit9

Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub

Huckleberry WheatAmerican Wheat w/Fruit1

Rock Bottom Brewery

Cascadian KölschKölsch10

Rogue Ales

Rogue DopplestickeDopplesticke9

Scuttlebutt Brewing Co

Jalapeño TripelBelgian Style Tripel infused with Jalapeno & Serrano Peppers4

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co

Double Latte Coffee Milk Stout (Collaboration with Ninkasi Brewing Co)Coffee Milk Stout10

Sixpoint Craft Ales

Barrel Aged 3 BeansBaltic Porter

Sprecher Brewery

Abbey TripleBelgian Style Tripel

Stone Brewing Co

Witty MoronBlack Wit

Terminal Gravity Brewing

Terminal Gravity IPAIPA

The Dudes' Brewing Co

Grandma's Pecan BrownEnglish Style Nut Brown Ale

Three Creeks Brewing Co

Goldminer's Daughter Pre-Prohibition Common AleCalifornia Common Ale

Upright Brewing Co

Old News SaisonSaison

Vertigo Brewing

Fresh Razz WheatWheat Beer with Fruit

Viking Braggot Co

Pineapple IPAIPA Style Braggot with Pineapple

Widmer Brothers Brewing

WidberryBlack Raspberry Ale

Wild Ride Brewing

Whoopty Whoop WheatAmerican Wheat w/Lemon