Thursday, August 30, 2012
Sat, Sept 22, 6PM at Bad Habit
Portland Beer Week, in the spirit of fresh hop harvest season and educating craft beer lovers worldwide, has put together a one-of-a-kind Fresh Hop Workshop with the team at Saraveza. This casual event features 4 of the first fresh hop beers of the season - Total Crystalation from Ninkasi Brewing, Killer Green from Double Mountain Brewing, IPX - The Freshmaker from Hopworks Urban Brewery and Wet Hop Simcoe Pale Ale from Breakside Brewery. Each of the breweries respective owners/brewers will be in attendance to talk about their beer and brewing with fresh hops.
Interactive aspects of the workshop include a Randall stuffed with fresh hops, hop infused olive oils with bread for dipping and tasting each’s properties, hop oils that can be used to dose a beer for flavor/aroma as well as a control batch of macro lager dosed and undosed and even the opportunity to hand French Press your beer with fresh hops.
Jamie Floyd, Founder/Brewer at Ninkasi Brewing
Gayle Goschie, hop farmer and owner of Goschie Farms
Charlie Devereux, co-owner at Double Mountain Brewing
Jim Solberg, co-owner at Indie Hops
Ben Edmunds, Brewmaster at Breakside Brewery
Tom Bleigh, Brewmaster at Hopworks Urban Brewery
Only 50 tickets for sale at $10.50, beers individually priced. Purchase your ticket now as they will likely sell out in advance. Tickets at: http://www.pdxbeerweek.com
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tues Sept 4th, 6PM Come down for the second part of a Cross-Country Collaboration between Astoria’s own Fort George and Florida’s oldest craft brewery, Dunedin. Earlier this year, Fort George brewers invaded Dunedin, FL with a suitcase full of hops to brew “Vortex On The Bay.” Dunedin has returned the favor by driving the FL-Oregon Trail. “Astoria On The Rock” is Dunedin Brewery’s “The Rock,” Imperial IPA brewed by Dunedin brewers at the Fort George Brewery. Come Down to Saraveza and join brewers from Fort George Dunedin and all the other folks who helped to make this project happen.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Another wonderful contribution to Portland’s Craft Beer AND Cycling World is this project from three ladies who also happen to be friends of Saraveza… (They even put us in the book!) Hop In the Saddle is a new guidebook to exploring Portland’s amazing craft beer scene by bike! Check it out, then drop some cash in their digital jar, so this book can reach the road-tested, two-wheeled thirsty people of this great town and beyond! Cheers!
photo courtesy John Foyston, The Oregonian
Sunday, August 19, 2012
For your next affair rent your own private tavern.
Located directly behind Saraveza, BAD HABIT room is an elegant 1250 square foot room with 100 year old brick walls and restored wood floors, perfect for seating up to 35 guests or up to 55 for a reception.
Bad Habit is a great space to consider for:
Our event coordinator will work with you to help plan a meeting, event or party that works for your group and your budget.
Closed for renovations July 23rd - September 30th, 2012