Rural Brewery FestBrian Yaeger’s the Rural Brewer, this Sunday!!
13 remote Oregon breweries, all at your disposal at Hawthorne Hophouse, Sunday, June 14th.

Brian Yaeger knows Oregon Breweries. And is bringing access of some of the most remote brew spots in the state to our fair city of PDX.

Hawthorne Hophouse will be hosting Brian Yaeger’s Rural Brewer on Sunday, June 14th from 2:00-7:00 p.m.  This beerfest will celebrate 13 of the smallest and most remote breweries in Oregon by featuring one brew from each brewery.  The $15 entry includes 13 tokens to ensure sampling from each of these remote, often obscure brewhouses.

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The all-ages festival also boasts festivities such as an acoustic jug band, country-fashioned bbq eats, a kids zone, and a benefit for the Oregon Environmental Council.

“Beyond Portland, Bend, and Oregon’s celebrated beer Meccas, great breweries exist all over the state”, says Yaeger.  The following far-flung yet truly great breweries are participating: Boring Brewing (Boring), Twisted Snout (Toledo), Wolf Tree (Seal Rock), Solera (Parkdale), Beer Valley (Ontario), Prodigal Son (Pendleton), Hermiston Brewing (Hermiston), Plough Monday (Veneta), Ochoco (Prineville), Fire Mountain (Carlton), Yachats Farm & Brewery (Yachats), Conner Fields (Grants Pass), and Dragons Gate (Milton-Freewater).  A variety of styles will be pouring, from fruit beers and other summer delights, to Belgian styles and naturally there is no shortage of IPAs and other hoppy creations.

Brian Yaeger (BrianYaeger.com) has gone to extensive lengths to visit and cover these remote breweries, and has the goal of “introducing beer lovers to these off-the-beaten-path destinations—places like Yachats, Veneta, and Prineville—each worthy of its own beer-trip!”  Having said that, no road-tripping is necessary to experience a little slice of these rural breweries by attending the fest.