Plew’s Brews 1st Annual Winter Beer Festival

Plew's Brews Winter Beer Festival

The North Portland Fermentation Association and Plew’s Brews proudly present the first annual Winter Beer Festival! From Friday December 16 through Sunday December 18, 2011 expect to dig deep into the bounty of Oregon’s finest breweries!
Co-organizer Trevor Thurston says “We are very pleased to include a brand-new brewery, Humble Brewing, which will have a CDA brewed especially for the  Winter Ale Festival, this medium bodied CDA is built on a Pils and Maris Otter base combined with White and Midnight Wheat malts. The malty backbone is balanced with loads of Zeus, Cascade and Amarillo hops. As well, a special beer was brewed just for us from Occidental, our neighborhood brewery.”

Some of the newer beers also include: Stone’s Double Bastard, Lagunitas’ Sucks Holiday Ale, Ovila Abbey Quad, Gilgamesh Winter, Rusty Truck’s Bellsnickle, and Off the Rail’s Sin after Sin, a Belgian Triple.  We’ll also have some old favorites to quaff, such as Jubelale, Wreck the Halls, Celebration, Winterfish, Abominable, and Old Foghorn.

Hours are Friday 5 PM-Midnight, Saturday Noon-Midnight, and Sunday Noon-6PM. Glasses (real glass) are $6 and tickets for the beers are $1.

Plew’s will have have two areas to buy food and vendors from the neighborhood. Come out to St John’s for some tasty beers and a good time! Plew’s is located at 8409 N. Lombard in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon.


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This post was written by Angelo on November 17, 2011

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3 Comments so far

  1. Trevor November 18, 2011 1:45 pm

    Thanks Man!!! A detailed beer list will be coming out soon!

  2. Chris Thurston November 25, 2011 12:57 pm

    Very cool, Trev!! there should be lots of folks ready for this celebration… will check with you later for best night to show up!
    Mom…still walking for beer!

  3. Trevor December 11, 2011 5:18 pm

    I love that my mom finds out about beer events on Brewpublic. How cool is that?!

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