Saraveza New Updates — Monthly Archives: 03 2017

Notes For The 2017 Portland Farmhouse And Wild Ale Fest

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Downloadable Pamphlet, Cool Beers, Food And More

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In preparation for this year’s Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Fest, here’s some good information:

DOWNLOADABLE PAMPHLET: We’ve made a big decision to go pamphletless at the fest this year.  In an effort to be environmentally conscious yet still provide the people with all the beers available throughout the weekend, we’ve compiled a list that you can view and print HERE. (This list will be posted at the event as well.)

FOOD: In the tent we’ll have some food options made especially for the fest: Roasted Chicken Salad Sandwich, Meat & Cheese Plate and a Cheese Plate.  Food will be for purchase with cash or a credit card.  Saraveza’s kitchen will also be open and serving its regular menu. 

PARKING: Take advantage of fest parking in the lot across Killingsworth Street from Saraveza. 

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COOL BEERS:
Logsdon “Saraveza Sour”: A fest exclusive, this single, unblended barrel brewed in the style of “Methode van Lembeek” is available at the fest and for bottle purchases to take home!
Benedictine Brewery: Beers made by monks!  These beers are not usually found outside of the Mt. Angel Abbey.  It’s an honor to pour these special brews.
Level Brewing/Upright “Phantom Ghost”: Portland farmhouse classic brewery, Upright paired up with the highly anticipated Level Brewing to make this collab.  Level is expected to open sometime in Spring 2017 and is the brainchild of local beer legends Geoff Phillips (Bailey’s), Jason Barbee (Deschutes, Ex Novo) and Shane Watterson (Laurelhurst).
Little Beast: Logsdon’s founding brewer, Chuck Logsdon is debuting beers from his new brewery, Little Beast. 
Wolf Tree “2015 BA Spruce Tip (w/ Brett): Wolf Tree Brewing is one to watch in 2017.  Recently taking a gold at the Oregon Beer Awards for their Spruce Tip ale, this Seal Rock brewery needs to be on everyone’s must try list.

And there are so, so, so many more.  Here, take a peek!

Saraveza New Updates — Monthly Archives: 03 2017

Portland Farmhouse & Wild Ale Festival

Sunday, March 19, 2017

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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

The Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival is looking for volunteers to pour beers, work operations and security over the three days.  Volunteers receive festival entry, a meal and a Saraveza gift certificate.  Any interested parties, please contact: (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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.

TICKETS: http://www.merctickets.com/events/40844884/portland-farmhouse-and-wild-ale-festival

 

Saraveza New Updates — Monthly Archives: 03 2017

CBD & BEER: COALITION PRESENTS “TWO FLOWERS” CBD IPA

Thursday, March 9, 2017

32385528623_0f1ffaefe4.jpgTUES. MARCH 14th
4:30pm: tapping. 
5:30pm: Q&A, swag give away.

Question: If I drink “Two Flowers IPA,” will I pass a drug test? Answer: Yes.  There is no THC (the psychoactive element found in marijuana) in this beer.  Only CBD and hemp oil. 

Question: Will I get high if I drink this beer?  Answer: No, but you will feel the effects of the CBD.  It will feel more like you’ve been relaxing in a hot tub with a, you guessed it, beer.

These questions and more answered by Coalition Brewing after we tap “Two Flowers IPA,” the first commercially produced Cannobidoil (CBD) Hemp infused beer in Oregon on Tuesday, March 13th. 

With this breakthrough beer, Coalition hopes to encompass a true collaboration of these true “kissing cousings,” hops and cannabis.

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