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!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
THURS, SEPT. 18TH from 6 TO 9PM - Green Flash Brewing Company & General Distributors, Inc. present “Treasure Chest” a fund-raising event for Susan G. Komen For The Cure.
We’ll be tapping into a rare keg of “Plum Little Freak” saison aged with plums and brettanomyces in red wine barrels, um, yum! Each glass purchased of this delightful brew raises $3 for the Oregon chapter of Susan G. Komen, an organization working to raise awareness and fund breast cancer research, early detection, support for survivors and advocacy.
Bob Repp, our local Green Flash rep. will be in-house giving out pint glasses and raffling off schwag to raise more $ for the cause.
Look for other great Green Flash beers on draft and as always, great food and fun times as we raise a glass to find a cure!
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
THURS, SEPT. 25TH, 6-9PM - We’re kicking off Fresh Hop Season with Amnesia Brewing! They’re bringing us both a Washington and an Oregon fresh hop brew this year to celebrate a bounty that knows no boundaries! We’ll also be tapping “Freight Train”, the latest incarnation of “Slow Train” Porter, brewed using Torque Coffee Roasters cold pressed coffee and whole vanilla beans. Various members of the Amnesia team will be in attendance, guaranteeing a fun night for all!
Their annual Fresh Hop beer returns with a glorious bounty of wet Amarillo hops straight from the Virgil Gamache Farms in Toppenish, WA. Brewed in the style of a hopped up Pale Ale, the “Plucker” has a malt backbone of hearty Maris Otter and 12 lbs of hops per barrel!
Ah, the land of Lupu. Where the Lupulinese gallivant, spreading their golden pollen freely for all to enjoy! In honor of this state of mind, Amnesia has brewed a golden ale fresh/wet hop with the undisputed king of Northwest beers, the Cascade Hop.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
SAT, OCT 11TH from 2-10PM Saraveza is proud to host the 2nd Annual Peche Fest!
A dizzying array of fresh and vintage Peach beer and cider will be featured along with sweet and savory peach food dishes at The 2nd annual Peche Fest! Featuring a high proportion of barrel-aged and sour beers, vintage Peach lambics, refreshing Berliner-Weisse’s and ciders and new offerings made exclusively for the fest. Expect 20+ rare Peach beers and ciders on tap in addition to the special food menu.
We’ll be pouring in Saraveza from 2 to 10:PM and in the Bad Habit Room from 3 to 10:PM (following brunch). Advance entry purchase is encouraged and can be done here!
Here are just a few of the participating breweries and cideries: Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, De Garde, The Commons, Oakshire, Reverend Nat’s, Block 15, Bushwhacker, Elysian, Deschutes, Gigantic, Flat Tail, Mazama, Lompoc, Blue Mountain, Dogfish Head, Agrarian, Scaldis, Epic Ales, Breakside and more…
$10 for a Glass and 2 drink tickets good for 5oz pours - Advance Ticketless Entry Available Here!
Additional tickets will be available at the door for $2/each.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
THURS, SEPT. 11TH from 5-8PM Local Rep. Kevin Hood & Cidermakers Matt & Ian of Two Towns Ciderhouse, will be in-house with two of their latest draft creations:
This French style cider, made using all traditional French cider apples, including Medialel D’or, Muscadet de Bernay and Muscadet de Lense, is slow fermented using a processes called keeving. Starting with fully ripened bittersweet fruit, the apples are sweated, crushed and pressed, then the juice is fermented, using the natural yeast from the apple skins. The keeving process removes the majority of the nutrients for the yeast and thus greatly prolongs the very slow fermentation for up to one year. When finished, this cider is rich, thick and brimming with overripe apple aromas.
This single varietal Newtown Pippin cider is a spontaneous kind of cider, with a bone dry complex and funky wild taste. Made with wild yeast from the skins of apples, this cider is fermented in Chardonnay barrels. After primary fermentation Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus were added to the barrels to carry out a secondary fermentation for over 1 year. This brett-y cider is sure to please any sour beer lover!
They will also be sampling from bottles of the following:
The Brightcider - Their Flagship cider. Craft cider made with 100% NW ingredients. 6% ABV
The Bad Apple - A Cult favorite. A complex cider fermented with local meadowfoam honey and aged on brandy-cured Oregon white oak. 10.5% ABV
Made Marion - Made Marion is a marionberry infused hard cider. Marionberries are a variety of blackberry originally bred for Marion County farmers in OR. Made Marion is produced using all Oregon grown marionberries and fresh NW apple juice. 6.9% ABV
Rhubarbarian - Rhubarbarian is a tangy hard cider made with northwest grown rhubarb. 6.9% ABV
Monday, September 1, 2014
WED. SEPT. 3RD AT 5:30PM Join John Harris of Ecliptic Brewing & Shaun O’Sullivan of 21st Amendment Brewery for a delicious pint of their “Astro 21”, collaborative Belgian Summer Ale!
“Astro 21” was brewed with Crisp Maris Otter pale malt and a touch of honey and crystal malt to give the beer a nice orange color. The beer has a biscuit character with caramel sweetness. Hopped with Nugget and Styrian Golding hops for a pleasant bitterness and a nice lime-orange hop flavor. The dry hopping melds with the Belgian yeast spiciness. Crisp and refreshing for the end of Summer.
-6.5% ABV & 38 IBUs
Shaun tells us how the collaboration came together:
As with most, it was over a beer and John said to Shaun, “Hey we should do a collaboration.” Music to my ears as John and I love doing collaborations. I first met John way back in the day before I was involved in the brewing industry at an event during the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. It was at a cigar and beer event at Wynkoop Brewery when John was working at Full Sail. I walked up to John and Full Sail’s Brewmaster, Jamie Emmerson and they said hello to me and handed me a a cigar and I chatted with them for a bit. Very friendly and just what you would expect in this collaborative craft beer environment.
Don’t miss your chance to try this exciting new beer with the brewer’s themselves!