CellarFest 2011

Tweet 2nd annual CellarFest January 22, 2011. 4pm-midnight $15 admission includes a souvenir glass and five tokens.  Limited number of advance tickets and more details are available here. List of beers so far: Alameda ’09 Papa Noel Barley Brown’s ’10 Havoc Imperial Stout Beer Valley ’09 Black Flag Bend ’09 Cherry Baltic Porter Cascade ’09 […]

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BelgianFest: The Deets

Tweet Yesterday, we broke down the full tap list for this Saturday’s BelgianFest. Today, we’re going to walk you through a couple important details about how we’re running the festival. If you’ve ever attended our AnniBREW or CellarFest events, then you’ve heard all this before and can scroll down past all the text and check […]

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Battle of the Belg!

Tweet Ya know, just one beer festival a year is for suckers. At least, that’s what our fearless leader decided last year around this time, and as a result of the chaotic brainstorm that followed CellarFest arose to great fanfare and even better turnout. And so the thirst for unquenchable crowds and ever more creative […]

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KillerBeerFest (Just the Facts)

Tweet Here’s a quick breakdown of the most important details for this Saturday’s event. What: The second anniversary party for Brewpublic featuring 22 beers primarily from Oregon and encompassing styles ranging from seasonal favorites like fresh hop beers, Oktoberfest and pumpkin ales to darker, more robust porters, stouts and strong ales, and rare Belgian style […]

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AnniBREW Cubed: Beer List Part 3

Tweet Here are the descriptions for the remaining barrel aged beers we’ll be tapping at tomorrow’s anniversary. To check out the rest of the list, see part 1 HERE and part 2 HERE. Cascade Bailey’s Quadratic Formula is a special beer we devised with the gracious masterminds behind Cascade Brewery. They allowed us to visit […]

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AnniBREW Cubed: Survival Guide

Tweet With each event under our belt, we like to think we get a little better at managing the flow, heading off potential disasters, and getting everyone their drink as quickly as possible. But the best way to ensure fast service and an enjoyable experience at the taps tomorrow is by following these simple tips. […]

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