On Saturday & Sunday December 15-16, warm up your Winter at 16 Tons Taphouse, in the heart of Eugene. Located smack dab between the University of Oregon and Downtown. 16 Tons at 13th & High Street will serve up more 70 Craft Beers including: Belgian Strong Ales, Barrel Aged Ales, Spiced Ales, Barley Wines, Imperial Stouts, Imperial Browns, Strong Sour Ales, Traditional Old Ales, and Winter Style IPAs. For the Craft Beer lover, this is a not-to-be-missed event.
The Festival provides a unique opportunity to sample seasonal, one off, and rare beers from renowned brewers from Oregon and beyond. A few of the most coveted beers include Boneyard’s Suge Knite Imperial Stout (Bend, OR) and Block 15′s Barrel Aged Figgy Pudding (Corvallis, OR) which, like many of the beers, are extremely limited in release and very highly regarded. For the novice and the experienced beer enthusiast this event is an incredibly fun opportunity to sample and savor some of the most sought after beers in the world. Bring your friends and share some sips.
Headlining breweries: Ninkasi, Oakshire, Boneyard, Deschutes, Hop Valley, Block 15, Flat Tail, McKenzie/Steelhead, Gilgamesh, Silver Moon, Elysian, Full Sail, Heater Allen, Hopworks, Laurelwood, Double Mountain, 10 Barrel, Midnight Sun, Gigantic, Alaskan, Widmer, Evil Twin, The Commons, Hair of the Dog, Brew Dog, Firestone Walker, Dogfish Head, Stone, Mad River, Fort George and many more!
12pm-10pm each day, 21 & Over, Free Entry, $1-$2 Tasters, Cash Only
About 16 Tons: Offering Eugene’s largest selection of fresh draft beer to go in eco friendly reusable containers. 16 Tons has a combined 30 taps of rotating craft beers that are available to go or by the pint. 16 Tons Taphouse offers a constantly evolving and updated selection of 300+ craft beers and 250+ wines in bottles, Sake, Cider, and more. Taphouse located on the corner of 13th & High St and Cafe located in Woodfield Station at 2864 Willamette. Info: Mike Coplin (541) 953-2530, firstname.lastname@example.org
16 Tons Beer & Wine featured in Eugene Weekly’s BEST OF EUGENE 2010, 2011, & 2012
This post was written by Angelo on December 13, 2012