Affligem Tasting Seminar at Bazi Bierbrasserie


Press Release:

Portland, OR – Bazi Bierbrasserie (1522 SE 32nd Ave) will be hosting an Affligem Tasting Seminar on Thursday, December 17 starting at 7 PM. The seminar will last approximately one hour.

Affligem has been brewing the most outstanding abbey beers in Belgium for over 950 years. The beers are still brewed according to the Belgian Benedictine monks’ strict traditions of purity and craftsmanship, maintaining Old World quality and complex flavors for which they have become renowned.

Affligem beers have won high ratings and reviews with beer connoisseurs and international trade publications, and have been recognized for outstanding quality in The World Beer Cup, the Brewing Industry International Awards and the International Beer Challenge, among others.

Participants will get to learn the history of the brewery all while experiencing four of their beers – Blonde, Dubbel, Noel and Cuvee. The official Affligem Tasting Tray will be used as part of the seminar. Each beer pour will consist of 1-12 oz pour (Blonde) and 3-5 oz pours (Dubbel, Noel and Cuvee). The seminar costs $24 including gratuity. At the end of the seminar, attendees will be able to take the tasting tray and corresponding glassware home.

Reservations can be made online at or by calling 503.234.8888. There’s a limit of 15 participants for this event and pre-purchased is required to secure the take home tasting tray.


If Monks lived in Portland, this would be their watering hole. Bazi brings centuries of Belgian inspired beer and food under one roof plus a premium liquor selection. Explore with a nationally recognized Bier-Cocktail or simply sip on a glass of wine. As a Euro-theme establishment we embrace bringing community together through sports. We are an official Thorns, Timbers and American Outlaws partner and showcase these and other events on our 114″ HDTV with surround sound. Named “2014 & 2015Top 100 Beer Bars in America” by DRAFT Magazine and “2014 Top 10 Beer Bars in Portland” by The Oregonian. Located in the heart of the Hawthorne District, tucked away just off of SE 32nd Avenue.