Portland, OR – You know it’s Spring when the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival comes around for it’s 3rd and freshest year yet with more than 70 different beers, artisan cheese, charcuterie and pickles. Taking place Saturday March 28th and Sunday March 29th at Saraveza Bottleshop & Pasty Tavern, outside along N. Michigan street and in the Bad Habit Room, this years festival has the grandest selection yet of saisons, barrel-aged, fruit, herb, spice and wild yeast inflected beers. Expect more than 30 beers on tap at one time at multiple stations with more than 70 beers total rotating in as kegs run out.
Crooked Stave, Almanac and Holy Mountain Brewing debuts
Oregon is a hotbed of Farmhouse inspired beers that will be well represented but the festival is extremely excited to introduce nationally known brewers Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project from Denver, Colorado and Almanac Beer Co. of San Francisco who will both have their own booths outside on both days of the festival. Also debuting is Holy Mountain Brewing, a white-hot new brewery from Seattle who will be introducing their beers to Oregon for the first time with a special tapping and meet-the-brewers at 11am on Saturday.
Exclusive Beer and Bottle Release from Upright Brewing
Upright Brewing, Portland’s first farmhouse brewery has kindly done an exclusive single cask wild ale with just 55 bottles and a few small kegs for the festival this year. Upright Farmhouse Festival Reserve is a single barrel-aged wheat-based saison transformed by adding several extra layers – oak spice, light minerality and metallic notes, mellow acidity, and a pinch of dark cherries. Still, with all those components to the profile, it still drinks crisp and easy while showing the hallmark of farmhouse style beers – individuality. 4.75% abv
Bottles of Upright Farmhouse Festival Reserve will be available for purchase on Sunday 3/29 for FESTIVAL ATTENDEES ONLY. Tickets for bottles will be available at the door when we open at 11:AM. Tickets are a limit of one per person and are $15 CASH ONLY. You may then redeem your bottle starting at 2:PM and we’ll be tapping a keg of the beer at 1:PM, so you can try the beer right away!