Lompoc Brewing announces annual Holiday Beer Extravaganza with 8 Holiday Beers

Lompoc C-Sons Greetings

PORTLAND, Ore. – Just as Santa has eight reindeer, so does Lompoc have eight different holiday beers, including one brewed for Hanukkah. The annual Lompoc Holiday Beer Extravaganza will celebrate the release of them all on Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 4pm to Midnight at the newly renovated Sidebar, Lompoc’s barrel tasting room at 3901 N Williams Ave.

This year’s lineup of holiday seasonals includes Blitzen, a spiced golden ale; Jolly Bock Lager; C-sons Greetings Imperial IPA; Old Tavern Rat Barleywine; Brewdolph Belgian-style Red; 2013 Bourbon Barrel Aged Holiday Cheer, a vanilla porter aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels; Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Cheval de Trait Belge, a dark Belgian strong ale aged in Maryhill Winery Pinot noir barrels; and the triumphant return of 8 Malty Nights, a chocolate rye beer brewed in honor of Hanukkah. (See all descriptions at the bottom of this release.) Read More…


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Geraldo Brewvera’s Return to the Vault! @ Lompoc’s Hedge House

Geraldo Brewvera aka Jerry Fechter of Lompoc Brewing

On Wednesday, Nov. 14, join us for an event two years in the making… Geraldo Brewvera’s Return to the Vault! Geraldo Brewvera will delve deep into the vault of Hedge House; what will he pull out? Be on-site and find out! Also featuring the release of Scarlet Red, taster trays from the vault & free appetizers! It all takes place from 5-7 pm.


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28 Beers Later – 2nd Annual Division Street BrewPubliCrawl Recap

The Crawl arrives at The Beer Mongers

28 beers sampled, 21 brewers met, 5 bars visited, 1.6 miles traveled in 7.5 hours by around 250 craft beer lovers.

That’s the concise summation of our second annual SE Division Street Meet the Brewer Pub Crawl (BrewPubliCrawl). It was an event whose cup runneth over with amazing beer and a lot of cheer. The 28 Oregon brews seemed to taste even better because we met their brewers and heard the first hand creation stories about these marvelous brews. It all went down on a wonderful, mostly sunny day that kept spirits high and made crawling and tasting event more enjoyable. What light rain did briefly fall, held off until about 5pm.

This event, like most craft beer events in our opinion, is about more than special beer, cool brewers and blessings from the weather gods – it was about the people that attend them. Events like this remind us that enjoying good beer also means enjoying the company of friends and family, meeting new friends, and hanging with the diverse group of people that show up both share the love of craft beer, and share a few laughs with friends new and old.

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BrewPubliCrawl Beer Lineup

The beer lineup for this year’s SE Division Street Meet the Brewer BrewPubliCrawl includes 27  killer beers from 21 Oregon breweries. Brewers from most of these breweries will also be at the crawl. You can also download this list on our Event Guide (pdf file). Find more event details on our events page. We hope to see you crawling with us this Saturday!

2011 BrewPubliCrawl Beer Lineup:

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2nd Annual Division Street Meet the Brewers BrewPubliCrawl

Brewpublic features more than a dozen Oregon brewers and their beer on the first ever meet the brewers pub crawl

We’re excited to announce the second annual SE Division Street Meet the Brewers BrewPubliCrawl, the original Oregon meet the brewer pub crawl. It’s taking place on Saturday, March 19 from noon to 7:30pm. Like last year’s inaugural event, the 2011 event will feature special Oregon brews on tap with brewers in the house to talk about their creations.

The venues for this year’s event will again include some of SE Division Street’s best craft beer spots: Victory Bar, Lompoc Hedge House, Bar Avignon, Beer Mongers and additional venues in the works. Participating breweries include: 10 Barrel, Alameda, Barley Browns, Block 15, Beetje, Burnside, Cascade, Coalition, Double Mountain, Fort George, Full Sail, Hopworks, Laurelwood, Lompoc, MacTarnahan’s, Migration, Southern Oregon, Upright, Widmer, and more!

To cut the lines and help the bars serve crawlers easier, tokens will be sold at each venue which can be exchanged for the special Crawl beers during each stop. Brewpublic volunteers will be on hand at each venue to sell tokens.

The current schedule is:

Noon – 1:30: Victory Bar

Hopworks, Double Mountain, Breakside, Cascade

1:30 – 3: Lompoc Hedge House

Specialty and exclusive brews from New Old Lompoc

3 – 4:30: Bar Avignon

Full Sail, Fort George, Upright

4:30 – 6: The BeerMongers

Barley Brown’s, Block 15, Migration

6 – 7:30: Blitz Ladd

10 Barrel, Alameda, Burnside, Beetje, Coalition, Laurelwood, Lompoc, MacTarnahan’s, Ninkasi, Southern Oregon Brewing, Widmer, and more!

Check back on our events page for more details.

Brewpublic encourages all crawl patrons to drink responsibly. Discounted rooms will be available at the Jupiter hotel (discount code included in crawl guide).

About our event sponsors:

Full Sail Brewing Company – Independent and employee-owned, the Full Sail Brewery is perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the most epic wind and kite surfing spot in the world. At this very moment their specialists in the liquid refreshment arts are crafting barley and hops into your next beer. Swing by and sample their awarding winning brews, grab a bite, and soak up the view. Guided brewery tours free of charge daily at 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m. Open Daily @ 11:30 a.m. Serving Lunch and Dinner.

Hopworks Urban Brewery - Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) is Portland’s first Eco-Brewpub. HUB offers an assortment of award winning, world-class beers made from organic malts and locally-sourced hops on draught and in bottles across the Pacific Northwest and at the brewpub on SE Powell Blvd. In early summer, Hopworks will open its second location, Bike Bar, on N. Williams, expanding the company’s love of beers, bikes and the environment.

Laurelwood Brewing Company “Since our opening in 2001 Laurelwood Brewing Co. has been committed to sustainability. Brewing Portland’s first certified organic beers, all of which are made with Pacific NW organic malt and regionally sourced grown hops. The brewery is certified organic by the Oregon Tilth and all of our water use is offset by credits from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation. The breweries spent grain and yeast are used as animal feed while the spent hops are composted. As native Pacific Northwesterners, our pubs are committed to using local farmers, purveyors & to support the sustainability and organic movement.”


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