Returning in time to close out the month of January is the 5th NW Coffee Beer Invitational. Held once again at the legendary Goose Hollow Inn in Southwest Portland, the NW Coffee Beer will take place on Saturday, January 27th from Noon to 7:00pm.
For the fifth year of this intimate festival, organizers Dave Fleming and Jean Heffernan Fleming have curated a list of 19 local breweries to brew beers with locally roasted coffee. There is also a cidery and meadery thrown into the mix!
Then to make its 5th anniversary a bit more special the Flemings’ have asked past festival-favorite brewers Alan Taylor (PINTS and Zoiglhaus Brewing), Ben Nehrling (Fire on the Mountain Brewing) and Kevin Shaw (Buoy Brewing) to collaborate with Din Johnson (Ristretto Roasters) and make a special anniversary beer. Brewed at Buoy in Astoria, it will be released at the festival.
All beverages are in competition and a best of show winner will be announced at the festival. Nicole Kasten (Beer Connections), Sarah Pederson (Saraveza), and John Foyston (long-time Oregon beer writer and BREWPUBLIC contributor) will bring their expert palates to our judging table.
The cozy tent at the Goose Hollow Inn is our venue again, so join us for unique beverages in a “stimulating” atmosphere. Great food from the Goose will be available throughout the event and we will have live music from The Michael Shay Trio (12:00-3:00pm) and festival favorites Logger’s Daughter (3:30-6:30pm).
NW Coffee Beer Breweries:
Fire on the Mountain Brewing
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Oregon City Brewing
Portland Cider Company
Three Creeks Brewing
Admission to the 5th NW Coffee Beer Invitational is $20.00 at the door and includes a commemorative glass and 10 drink tickets.
Goose Hollow Inn 1927 SW Jefferson St. Portland, OR 97201
D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 20 years under his belt of drinking beer at festivals across America and the world, he has developed a strong appreciation and understanding of craft beer and the industry that surrounds it. He can be found in any of the great breweries or beer bars that make Portland the best beer city in the world. His writing can also be found in Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter at @hopapalooza.