A new beer festival will come to Beaverton in less than two weeks when McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub hosts its inaugural IPA Festival. Taking place on Saturday, February 8th from 11:00am-10:00pm, this new IPA Festival will feature 22 different IPA’s all from 22 different McMenamins breweries.
The McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub will bring together a wide array of IPAs, everything from West Coast IPAs to New England-Style IPAs brewed at 22 of its breweries from Roseburg, Oregon to Bothell, Washington. This new IPA Festival will feature all the hoppy, citrusy and hazy beers you love all at one event. Plus, attendees will get to vote for their favorite IPA. In addition to the 22 IPAs on tap, McMenamins will have a few food specials going on this day.
Here’s a preview of the 22 McMenamins breweries that will be in attendance at the 2020 McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub IPA Festival.
McMenamins Beer List:
Anderson School Brewery – Citron Hazy IPA
Concordia Brewery – Mountain Hop Double IPA
Cornelius Pass Roadhouse Brewery – 2112 Steam IPA
Crystal Brewery – At the Buzzer
East Vancouver Brewery – Lazy Daisy Hazy DIPA
Edgefield Brewery – Disco Boogie Hazy IPA
Elks Brewery – Dream Machine Hazy IPA
Fulton Brewery – Andiron Double IPA
High Street Brewery – Grandma Betty’s Quilted IPA
Hillsdale Brewery – Double 20’s Double IPA
John Barleycorns Brewery – Scholls Hazy IPA
Kalama Harbor Brewery – Bright Moon Believer IPA
Lighthouse Brewery – Revenant Rye DIPA
Monroe Brewery – Moe’s IPA
Columbia Brewery – Welcome to the Jungle Hazy IPA
Oak Hills Brewery – Super Smash IPL
Old St. Francis Brewery – Hop Pillow
Queen Anne Brewery – It Takes Three Hazy IPA
Roseburg Station Brewery – Bomb Cyclone DIPA
Thompson Brewery – Fervid Ferment IRA
West Linn Brewery – Mosaic Deluge
Wilsonville Brewery – One Hazy Minute
Entry into the McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub IPA Festival is free and is open to all ages to attend.
McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub 2885 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005
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.