The 2016 Handmade Bike & Beer Festival will highlight over 20 renowned bike frame and parts builders showing its wares next to five Portland and one Eugene Brewery. The breweries include Baerlic Brewing Co., Base Camp Brewing Co., Hopworks Urban Brewery, Pyramid Brewing Co. and Widmer Brothers Brewing all pouring four beers each. A sixth beer sponsor, Falling Sky Brewing from Eugene, will serve two beers. Food will be available for purchase from Urban German and Booda Bowls.
Baerlic Brewing Co: Cavalier Classic Cream Ale
Baerlic Brewing Co: Invincible IPA
Baerlic Brewing Co: Noble Oatmeal Stout
Baerlic Brewing Co: River Baer Rye Lager
Base Camp Brewing Co (collaboration with Metrofiets): Fresh Hop Bretta Livin’
Base Camp Brewing Co (collaboration with Water Avenue Coffee): Cascara Wit
Base Camp Brewing Co: Crusher
Base Camp Brewing Co: Peach Nomadic Double IPA
Falling Sky Brewing: Blue Balloons Belgian Pale
Falling Sky Brewing: Chester Copperpot ESB
Hopworks Urban Brewery: Gear Up IPA
Hopworks Urban Brewery: Holden Caulfield
Hopworks Urban Brewery: Massive Peach
Hopworks Urban Brewery: Pack Life
Pyramid Brewing Co: 1977 Lager
Pyramid Brewing Co: Apricot Ale
Pyramid Brewing Co: Pyramid Pale
Pyramid Brewing Co: Snow Cap Winter Ale
Widmer Brothers Brewing: BRRR Hoppy Red Ale
Widmer Brothers Brewing: PDX Pils Northern German Pilsner
Widmer Brothers Brewing: Skinny Jeans Light Pale Ale
Advance tickets cost $10.00 for entry to the bike festival and $20.00 for entry to the bike show, a tasting glass and 10 drink tickets. Advance tickets are available online by clicking here.
Attendees are encouraged to ride their bike to the event, with complimentary outside bike parking, or take public transportation; the TriMet Bus Line 35 stops one block away and the Yellow Max Line stops two and three blocks away. Parking is available on the street between Broadway and N. Graham St.
Stay up to date on Handmade Bike & Beer Festival by following its Facebook Event Page and make sure to use event hashtag #hbbf16.
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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.