Saraveza Bottle Shop & Pasty Tavern takes beer seriously. Select from our curated bottle or rotating draft collection. Enjoy a dish from our Midwest-inspired scratch menu. Take any beer home at a discounted price. Our vintage bottles make great gifts!
Friday, February 24, 2017
Russian River’s “Pliny the Younger” is back in town and will be guaranteed at Saraveza with a pre-purchased ticket only.
Sun. Feb. 26th, 11am: Tickets go on sale at Saraveza. Limit one ticket per person.
Tues. Feb. 28th, between 5-10pm: Tickets can be redeemed at your leisure. After 10pm, any unclaimed glasses of Younger will be available for purchase.
See you in line!
Monday, February 13, 2017
Sat April 1st, 11am - 9pm and Sunday April 2nd, 11am - 6pm
Returning for it’s 5th year and larger than ever, the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival will increase it’s footprint both in outdoor tented space as well as a new Friday evening VIP session from 4-9pm. One of the annual festival exclusives, the 5th annual official fest beer is a single barrel spontaneously fermented wild ale from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales. Bottles will be available at the festival each day in limited amounts at opening.
Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival and the inaugural Farmhouse Weekend celebrate the rustic, working-class, yeast-driven beers that originated in France and Belgium but have had a new renaissance in the United States. Oregon being home to many great farmhouse brewers like Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, The Ale Apothecary, Alesong Brewing & Blending, The Commons Brewery, Upright Brewing, pFriem Family Brewers, Agrarian Ales, De Garde, Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, Ruse Brewing, Great Notion Brewing, Culmination Brewing, Yachats Brewing, Reach Break Brewing, all who will be participating in this years festivities.
The beer and brewery lineup is not simply limited to local beers though, expect beers and brewers from: Perennial Artisan Ales (St. Louis, MO) Wander Brewing (Bellingham, WA), Engine House No. 9 (Tacoma, WA), Urban Family Brewing (Seattle, WA), Three Magnets Brewing (Olympia, WA), Matchless Brewing (Olympia, WA), Propolis Brewing (Port Townsend, WA), Almanac (SF, CA), Crooked Stave Artisan (Denver, CO), The Bruery (Placentia, CA), Blackberry Farms (Walland, TN), Against the Grain Brewing (Louisville, KY), Stillwater Artisan Ales, and many more to be announced.
Tickets are on sale now for Festival General Admission Sat. April 1st 11am – 9pm and Sun. April 2nd 11am – 6pm and the Friday, March 31st VIP Session 4pm – 9pm at http://www.merctickets.com/events/40844884/portland-farmhouse-and-wild-ale-festival
For more info follow the Festival on Facebook at @PortlandFarmhouseandWildAleFestival or the new website at http://portlandfarmhousefest.com
WHEN: Sat. April 1st 11am – 9pm and Sun. April 2nd 11am – 6pm, VIP Session Friday, March 31st VIP Session 4pm – 9pm
WHERE: Saraveza, The Bad Habit Room and along N. Michigan street at 1004 N. Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217
COST: $25 General Admission ticket for a branded glass and 10 drink tickets, additional tickets $1, 4oz pours 1-4 tickets. VIP Session $35 for same glass and ticket combo.
Sunday, February 12, 2017
MONDAY, FEB. 20th: A group of local beer rebels are organizing to fight inequality through beer. This movement, a.k.a. Beer Party PDX, wants to effectively protect and promote basic civil rights including voter access, freedom of speech, and equal rights pint by pint.
What’s happening? Your favorite beer bars across the city, Saraveza included, are hosting fundraisers for the American Civil Liberties Union. Saraveza will be donating the equivalent of your pint purchase to charity.
If you want to support the cause, join with us and enjoy a pint of Montavilla Brew Works “Closer to the Hops” IPA. This Pacific Northwest IPA is light golden and bright with a dry, snappy finish. This beauty is brewed with 2-row, Pilsner, Vienna and a bit of Crystal malts. Magnum, Cascade, Sterling, Centennial hops contribute to the bitterness, and a big dose of Mosaic hops provide great tropical aroma.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
C’mon Transplants, Let’s Make Founders Feel At Home!
Wed. Feb. 8th, 4pm: Yes! Yes! Yes! One of the Midwest’s favorite and most acclaimed breweries is making its debut in Portland. You’ll start to see their beers on shelves in early February. This should wet your whistle for Saraveza’s explosion of Founders Brewing on Wednesday, Feb. 8th!
Saraveza will have some usual suspects and barrel-aged beers on draft paired with Founders’ co-founder Mike Stephens and some additional Founders big wigs and brewery reps. It’s our job to make this Midwest group feel at home here in Portland. Let’s welcome this crew and one of America’s founding craft breweries to town with style. Stay till 8pm when the Brewvana bus will swing by and take you to East Burn to continue on with the festivities.
Here’s our draft line-up on Wed. Feb. 8th:
Frootwood - Cherry ale aged in bourbon & maple syrup oak barrels.
Azacca IPA - Made with Azacca hop (citrus and mango) and a touch of caramel malt.
Lizard of KoZ - Imperial stout brewed with fresh Michigan blueberries, rich chocolate and vanilla aged in bourbon barrels.
Rubaeus - A raspberry ale and a Founders flagship.
All Day IPA - Founders kingpin IPA.
Centennial IPA - Centennial based with malty undertones. Sweet, juicy and not too bitter.
Porter - Cozy like velvet. It’s a lover, not a fighter.
Red’s Rye IPA - Best super fresh and that’s how we’ll be pouring it! Amarillo dry hop, imported Belgian caramel malts and a generous addition of rye malt.
We won’t let you go home empty handed. In addition to the swag Founders will be bringing, Saraveza will have package of: Breakfast Stout, Backwoods, Dirty Bastard, Imperial Stout, Lizard of Koz, Frootwood, All Day, Rubaeus, Centennial, Porter and Azacca.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Wed. Jan. 25th, 5pm: Bell’s Brewery is back in town and we’ll be pouring both Hopslam and Two Hearted on draft starting at 5pm. In addition, there will be package of both available for purchase. Come on down for this Kalamazoo special. There will be a one six pack limit on package and no growler fills on draft. First come, first serve!