Portland, OR – The 2nd annual Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival has finally completed the much awaited final beer list for the 2014 festival taking place this Saturday and Sunday March 29th and 30th.
The beer list at over fifty strong from twenty-eight breweries showcases a wide range of farmhouse ales from brewers both local and from across the country. One of the festivals many highlights is the release of the exclusive bottled beer available for sale to-go from The Ale Apothecary – “The Beer Formerly Known As La Tache” is a sour farmhouse ale fermented with white peaches in a single Dark Rum barrel.
With the two-day festival taking over the taps of both Saraveza, the Bad Habit Room and the side street on N. Michigan beers will rotate out giving good reason to attend both days to try as many beers as possible. Throughout the day expect special speakers from local breweries talking about their beers and the long history of farmhouse brewing.
What: Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival
Dates & Times: Saturday, March 29th 11am-10pm & Sunday, March 30th 11am-9pm
Where: Saraveza 1004 N Killingsworth St. Portland, OR 97217, Bad Habit Room and on N. Michigan Street.
Cost: Presale entry now available. $25 entry includes 10 beer tickets and a commemorative tasting glass. Choose from 30+ Rotating Farmhouse and Wild Ales. There is a $1 processing fee for purchasing your entry online. This is a ticketless entry – your purchase will be recorded on a will-call list. Additional entries and beer tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only). All ticket holders must be 21 years of age or older and are required to show photo ID at the door. Minors are welcome in designated areas until 9pm when accompanied by an adult. Service animals only please.