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Gratitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Festival Restaurants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Festival Vendors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Entertainment Line-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Broadly Defined Beer Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Think About Your Drink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Beers By Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
What’s the Buzz at the OBF? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
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Breweries and Their Brews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Tap Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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WELCOME
TO THE 22
ND
ANNUAL OREGON
BREWERS FESTIVAL!
Dear readers, fill your vessel, seek out a patch of shade, and settle in for a tale of
how our little festival came to be…
Once upon a time - 22 years to be precise - a man by the name of Arthur Larrance
had a vision. Having toured the fabled beer halls of Munich’s Oktoberfest, Arthur
asked himself, “Why couldn’t we create such a jubilee in our own hamlet?”
Why not, indeed? Granted, Munich’s event had been in existence for more than
150 years, whereas on this side of the pond, microbreweries had been common for
little more than a decade. But that did not deter our hero. Arthur, who had founded
a microbrewery of his own (Portland Brewing Co.), approached his neighbors Kurt
& Rob Widmer (Widmer Bros. Brewing Co.) and Dick & Nancy Ponzi (founders of
BridgePort Brewing Co.) and decreed, “Let us make merry and hold a village-wide
celebration!”
Fortunately for us, Arthur’s consorts welcomed the idea, and a festive gathering
was held in the summer of 1988 – a dark era, in which merely 124 microbreweries
existed across the country. The storybook setting featured green grass, a towering
mountain, and a lazy river. The sun shined on the first year, sweltering the villagers.
There was a ruly mob, a flood of foam, and still the event was heralded a great
success (insert trumpet fanfare here)!
Do not fret, gentle reader, this is not the end of our story…it’s only the beginning!
In this enlightened day and age, there are more than 1,400 craft breweries in the
U.S. Our little fête has flourished, becoming one of the longest-running and best-
loved craft beer festivals across the globe. Just as our protagonist envisioned, the
Oregon Brewers Festival has become a colorful gathering place for friends near and
far to come together in celebration each and every summer.
It is our wish that you have enjoyed this fable, and our hope that you will join us for
future chapters.
Cheers!
We’d like to share our
appreciation of the many
people who work behind
the scenes to make this
event happen:
Grand Marshal
Portland Mayor Sam Adams
Site Managers
Art Larrance, Teddy Peetz
Assistant Site Managers
Bob Gale, Tim Larrance
Festival Comptroller
Alissa Larrance
Media/Brewers/Vendors/PR
Chris Crabb
Beer Engineers
BMO, Buttwoller, Double “A”, Get ‘er Done,
Lefty, Mo, One Speed, Steele & Studly
Event Services Production Manager
“Carpenter Carl” Hansen
Bar Supervisor/Buzz Tent Manager
Preston Weesner
Volunteer Coordinator
Chris Irwin
Music Director
Yarley Nystrom
Program
Chris Crabb, Editor/Writer
Gary Corbin, Beer Descriptions
Mark Reber, Program Publisher
Holly O’Leary, Designer
OBF Web Site/Artwork
Brian Gurney, Creative Vibe
Widmer Brothers Brewing Co.
Nancy Deibert, David Volke
Full Sail Brewing Co.
Sandra Evans, John Harris,
Jamie Emmerson, Irene Firmat
Oregon Brew Crew
President Aaron Cohen, Festival Coordinator
Julie Mikalson, and all the faithful Oregon Brew
Crew supervisors and volunteers
Oregon Hop Growers Association
Nancy Frketich and Oregon Hop Growers for the
generous donation of beautiful hops from the
Willamette Valley
Media Partners
Beer Northwest, Beer o’ Clock, Celebrator Beer
News, Draft Magazine, KGON 92.3 / 1080 The
Fan, KPTV/KPDX, NW Brewing News, Oregon
Live, Taplister, The Brew 105.9 and Yelp
And…
Mike Aiken, Noel Blake, Creighton Brown,
Harrison Brown, Brian Butenschoen, Kimberly
Conyers, Carey Coker, Alison Cruden, David
Parker, Justin Dean, Tyler Fuller & Crew, Ron
Gansberg, Curt Governeur, Jacob Karkanen,
Kirsten Karkanen, Jessica La Brie, Evan Malfer,
Dawn Maurer, Rob Radtke, Amanda Rae, Scott
& Rainey Sanders, Huser Service, Joe Smith,
Leeann Stewart, Rand Stewart & Drivers, Kate
Stigdon, Alex Tyler, Andrea Tyler, Huser Service,
Woody Woods; and…
Crater Lake Soda Company, HopUnion,
McCormick & Schmicks Harborside Pilsner
Room, New Belgium Brewing Co, Oregon
Brewers Guild, Portland Parks & Recreation,
Quimby Welding Supply, Refrigeration Transport,
Sports U, Sylvan Signs, Wallowa Valley Together
Project; and…
All of the media outlets that cover this event,
and all of our restaurants, vendors, brewers,
musicians and volunteers who return year after
year with great enthusiasm!
Festival Restaurants
Greek Cusina
404 S.W. Washington St
503-224-2288
www.greekcusina.com
Greek Cuisine
Horn of Africa
3939 N.E. MLK
503-331-9844
www.hornofafrica.net
East African Cuisine
Madison’s Grill
1109 S.E. Madison
503-230-2471
www.madisonsgrill.com
Fish & Chips
Raccoon Lodge & Brew Pub
7424 S.W. Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
503-296-0110
www.raclodge.com
Burgers, fries & sandwiches
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The Rheinlander & Gustav’s
5035 N.E. Sandy Blvd
503-288-5503
www.gutenfoods.com
German Cuisine
Rogue Ales Public House
1339 N.W. Flanders
503-222-5910
www.rogue.com
Pizza
Truly Med
615 S.W. Park
503-227-0400
Salmon sandwiches, salads,
fries, & elephant ears
Festival Vendors
There’s more to do at the festival than
just taste beer. Be sure to visit our vendors for a
variety of beer related items and
fun activities!
Beer Chips
Potato chips made with beer!
Need we say more?
www.beerchips.com
Don Lewis Designs
Beautiful hardwood drinking tankards,
steins and mugs crafted by hand
www.donlewisdesigns.com
Fernhill Glass
One of a kind hand-blown glass artwork
Linda’s Temporary Tattoos
What goes better with beer than a tattoo? Even
better, you won’t regret these in the morning!
Lyfonda Farm
Delicious flavored nuts, popcorns and beer bread
www.pacificnwgourmetfoods.com
Green Mountain Energy/PGE Renewable Power Program
Promoting alternative energy sources
www.greenmountain.com
The Olive Branch
Gourmet olives, pickled veggies, olive oil
and vinegars.
Crater Lake Soda Co
Truly gourmet root beer made in the Northwest.
Free for minors and designated drivers, one
token for everyone else. Children can have
their faces painted Friday through Sunday from
1 to 5 pm.
www.craterlakesoda.com
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Broadly Defined Beer Styles
By Noel Blake
Amber ale is a general term used to describe copper-colored ales or lagers, which are more full-
bodied than golden ales, often with a medium maltiness and moderate to strong hoppy bitterness.
Belgian ales are an entire universe of beer from the most diverse brewing tradition in the world.
They are typically complex and harmoniously balanced.
Bocks are somewhat strong lagers with a pronounced malt character. A maibock is pale in color and
has a somewhat more prominent hop character than a dark, rich doppelbock.
Brown ales are malty, with a coffee-like flavor and a pleasing nuttiness. They may also be somewhat
sweet or hoppy.
Cream ales are generally light colored and mild, lagered at cold temperatures or combined with a lager.
ESB stands for Extra Special Bitter. These traditional English-style ales feature a well-balanced
hoppiness and sweet maltiness.
Fruit and Honey Beers are usually very light-bodied ales with fresh fruit or honey added. They
should be delicate, and therefore low in hops. The fruit flavor should be fresh, vibrant, and easily
identifiable. Honey adds subtle flowery undertones and a honey flavor. Fruit and honey ferment very
well, so these beers should not be overly sweet, but may present some malt flavor and apparent
sweetness due to low bitterness.
Golden ales typically have an appearance similar to that of a Pilsner. Malt character is subdued and the
hop profile ranges from spicy to citrus; common hop additions include Styrian Golding and Cascade.
India Pale Ales, usually known as IPAs, were originally pale ales brewed extra strong and hoppy for
shipment to the English colonies in India. American brewers are notorious hopheads, and they often use
the IPA to show off their hopping prowess. IPAs should have a pronounced fruity or earthy hop aroma and
flavor. A rich body from Pale malts, and sometimes Caramel malts, should be present as a foil for the hop
flavor. They are often intensely bitter, and have a dry finish. Imperial IPAs are even stronger and hoppier.
Kölsch is a pale, dry German ale that originated in the city of Cologne (Köln). This style is light-
bodied and refreshing. Although not bitter, Kölsch may present flowery flavors from subtle use of
German hops. The malt flavors are delicate and sometimes reminiscent of Chardonnay.
Lagers are malty and light-bodied with predominant flavors of toast and caramel.
Pale Ales are based on the English bitter style, and are often not all that pale. They may encompass
a wide range of types such as Golden, Amber, Red, or ESB. Pale Ales are characterized by yeast
varieties that give fruity aromas, and may be either mildly or well hopped. Hops are usually apparent
in the aroma, flavor, and the bitterness. Darker versions have caramel flavors from dark malts, and
are usually more hopped than golden ales.
Pilsners are pale straw to deep gold in color. The traditional German and Czech styles represented
at the festival are crisp lagers with a smooth malty flavor. They are often well hopped with floral and
spicy European hops such as Hallertau and Saaz. However, the hops should not overwhelm the malt
flavor. The finish is clean and often fairly bitter.
Porters are complex, dark, strongly flavored ales that are said to take their name from the dockhands
for whom they were originally brewed. Porters are similar to stouts but without the bitterness.
Red ales are richly flavored, sweet, hoppy beers. They usually feature a reddish or orange color and
a sweet malt flavor from the use of caramel malts, and a strong hop character often including grassy
notes from dry-hopping.
Stouts are dark brown to inky black ales that feature the rich flavors of roasted malts that include
chocolate, coffee, toffee, and charcoal. They can be light-bodied such as draft Guinness, or rich and
thick. Although hop flavor and aroma are low, they sometimes display a noticeable bitterness from
both hops and roasted grains.
Strong ale is a catchall style category for beers from seven-percent alcohol by volume and above.
Characteristics will greatly vary, with some sharing similarities with Barleywines and Old Ales. Barrel
aging is certainly not out of the question.
Wheat beers are either in the Bavarian or American style. Compared to a Belgian Wit, the use
of malted wheat in a Bavarian Weizen gives a more pronounced bready wheat flavor, and they are
not spiced. They may be filtered and clear (“kristall”) or unfiltered and hazy (“hefe”). The most
remarkable aspect of these beers is the traditional yeast, which gives pronounced flavors of clove and
banana. American interpretations may substitute hop flavors for the Bavarian yeast flavors. American
wheat beers have a neutral yeast character that is often replaced by a gentle hop aroma.
Wit is a wonderful summer wheat ale style from Belgium, sometimes referred to as a “white beer.” The
use of unmalted wheat gives it a light body and a hazy, whitish color. These beers are usually spiced
with coriander, with its characteristic grainy, citrus, and minty undertones, and orange peel, which gives
a slightly bitter, tea-like palate. Other spices may be added, but hops are always very low.
Think About Your Drink
Beer is made from water, yeast, malt and hops. Sounds simple enough. Yet there’s a lot to learn
about beer: What exactly are hops? How do you brew beer? What is a Beer S.N.O.B.? At the
Oregon Brewers Festival, industry members and fans of the industry come together to celebrate and
honor the revered beverage, and share their knowledge with those thirsty to learn more. Visit these
organizations at the Festival for a real beer education.
Oregon Brewers Guild
In the early 1990s several local brewers met informally to discuss common issues, problems
and opportunities. In 1992, this group evolved into the Oregon Brewers Guild, a dynamic trade
organization that represents all but a few of the state’s craft breweries. Its primary mission is to
promote the common interests of the members and the brewing industry in Oregon by supporting the
marketing and promotional efforts of Oregon’s breweries, and by educating beer enthusiasts about
Oregon’s craft beers. The Guild is also very involved with legislative work.
The Oregon Brewers Guild, which represents 64 of the 69 brewing companies in the state, maintains
an interactive website where craft beer enthusiasts can find the latest news from their favorite
Oregon breweries and stay up to date on events happening around the state.
One of the Guild’s most popular programs is its S.N.O.B. (Supporter of Native Oregon Beer)
membership. This program for the general public allows SNOB members to show off their impeccable
taste in craft beverages and at the same time get a backstage pass to what’s going on behind the
scenes in Oregon’s craft brewing industry. Annual membership dues are $24.20, which includes an
official membership card, a T-shirt, a bumper sticker, an email newsletter, discounts on events, and
invitations to regional gatherings. You can sign up online at www.oregonbeer.org/snob.
During the Oregon Brewers Festival, membership is only $20 and you can sign up to be a S.N.O.B. at
the Oregon Brewers Guild Booth.
www.oregonbeer.org
Cascade Breweriana Association
In 1910, a brewer in Montana approached the American Can Company about canning beer, but it was
not feasible at the time. In wasn’t until 25 years later that the beer can was introduced. The very first
beer to ever sell in a can was Krueger’s Ale and Krueger’s Beer, sold in Richmond, Virginia in 1935.
It was an immediate success. Later than year, Pabst became the first major brewer to can, with its
Pabst “Export” Beer.
There is a local club dedicated to the collecting and enjoying of beer memorabilia. Founded in 1977, the
Cascade Breweriana Association is comprised of more than 200 members who collect a vast array of
items. One member has 5,000 beer bottles while another has 4,000 beer cans. One specializes in pre-
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prohibition brewery advertising, while others collect neons, signs, mirrors, crowns, steins, glasses, trays,
coasters, and the like. At the festival, many of the CBA members will have their breweriana on display.
www.cascadebeer.com
Oregon Brew Crew
Homebrewing is an easy hobby to get into, with minimal equipment required. Kits are available from
many local homebrew shops, and easy to follow instructions let novices brew excellent beer. Whether
you’re interested in re-creating an obscure beer style, want to experiment with herbal beers, or just want
to make your own beer for less than the price of bottled beer, homebrewing is full of opportunities.
The Oregon Brew Crew, the oldest homebrew club in Oregon, and with more than 150 members, one of
the largest in North America, will be on-site at the festival offering homebrew displays. Founded in 1979,
its members are brewers of all experience levels, from the extract brewer, just finishing his or her first
batch, to brewers turned professional with successful microbreweries. The group’s monthly meetings,
workshops and classes are great places to learn more about beer, brewing, judging and history. A not-for-
profit organization, the Oregon Brew Crew donates beer books to local libraries, coordinates volunteers for
numerous beer events in Portland such as the Oregon Brewers Festival, and supports the Bob McCracken
Scholarship Fund for Oregon State University’s Fermentation Science students.
www.oregonbrewcrew.com
RideOn
RideOn Portland is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that both you and your car get
home safely after enjoying Portland’s nightlife. Pretty cool, huh? RideOn Portland has developed a
progressive approach towards the prevention of drunk driving by driving individuals home in their own
car. RideOn drivers are dispatched to the aid of intoxicated and/or impaired imbibers on Friday and
Saturday nights between the hours of 11pm and 3am in an effort to reduce the number of impaired
drivers on the street. Thanks to the help of its awesome sponsors, RideOn is able to provide you with
this service for just $10 per ride. The cost of its service is intentionally affordable so that making a
good decision will be an easy decision at the end of a night out. Not too shabby, eh?
www.rideonportland.org
Pints for Prostates
Pints for Prostates, a campaign that uses the universal language of beer to encourage men to take
charge of their health, was founded by prostate cancer survivor Rick Lyke in 2008. The grassroots effort
raises awareness among men of the importance of regular health screenings and PSA testing by making
appearances at beer festivals, social networking and pro bono advertising. All funds generated by Pints
for Prostates benefit the Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network, a 501(c)3
charity that works to support, educate and advocate for men with prostate cancer and their families.
www.ustoo.org/pints
Beer Media
Many of the industry’s elite media come out for the Oregon Brewers Festival. You can meet some of
them here, and purchase books, subscriptions, and more.
Beer Northwest Magazine, The Regional Guide to Everything Beer
www.beernw.com
Celebrator Beer News, the quintessential Brewspaper dedicated to all things beer-related
www.celebrator.com
Letters from the Monkey, Postmark: Muenchen on the Willamette: A guide to Portland pubs via mass
transit, by J Mark Angelus
Pick up complimentary copies of All About Beer, Draft Magazine & Drink Me
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Beers by Style
Belgian
Boulevard Brewing Co
Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale
BridgePort Brewery
Stumptown Tart
Collaborator
Saison Christophe
Flying Fish Brewing Co
Abbey Dubbel
Lost Coast Brewery
Great White
New Belgium Brewing Co
The Trip
New Holland Brewing Co
Golden Cap
Pike Brewing Co
Monk’s Uncle
Redhook Ale Brewery
Redhook Belgian Tripel
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co
Tripel 7 Belgian Style Ale
Bock
Sprecher Brewing Co
Mai Bock
Brown
Grand Teton Brewing Co
Bitch Creek
Kona Brewing Co
Coconut Brown Ale
Laht Neppur Brewing Co
Neddy’s Brown Nut Brown Ale
Boulder Beer Co
Flashback Anniversary
Fruit
Cascade Brewing at
the Raccoon Lodge
Razberry Wheat
Dogfish Head Craft
Brewery
Festina Peche
Eel River Brewing
Organic Acai Berry Wheat
Marin Brewing Co
Bluebeery Ale
Vertigo Brewing
Razz Wheat
Fruit/Spice
21st Amendment Brewery
Hell or High Watermelon
Golden
10 Barrel Brewing Co
Summer Ale
Amnesia Brewing
GoldyHops
Anderson Valley
Brewing Co
Summer Solstice
Cerveza Crema
Cascade Lakes
Brewing Co
Blonde Bombshell
Fearless Brewing Co
Clackamas Cream Ale
Lucky Labrador
Brewing Co
Solar Flare
Hybrid
Bear Republic Brewing Co
Crazy Ivan
Great Northern Brewing Co
Wheatfish Wheat Lager
Southern Oregon
Brewing Co
SOB Gold
Imperial/Strong
Astoria Brewing Co
Bitter Bitch
Beer Valley Brewing Co
Leafer Madness Imperial
Pale Ale
Elysian Brewing Co
Loser Pale Ale
Green Flash Brewing Co
Green Flash Imperial IPA
Laughing Dog Brewing
Alphadog Dog Imperial IPA
Laurelwood Brewing Co
Double Oregon
Hefeweizen
Lazy Boy Brewing Co
Lazy Boy Red Head
Old Market Pub & Brewery
The Kraken Imperial IPA
Terminal Gravity Brewing
Festivale
IPA
Alameda Brewing Co
El Torero
Ballast Point Brewing
Big Eye IPA
Firestone Walker
Brewing Co
Union Jack IPA
Golden Valley Brewery
Bald Peak IPA
Great Divide Brewing Co
Titan IPA
Hazel Dell Brewpub
Hazel Dell IPA
Lompoc Brewing Co
Flower of the Gods
MacTarnahan’s Brewing Co
Summer Grifter
McMenamins
Concordia Brewery
Hot for Teacher IPA
Mt Shasta Brewing Co
Mountain High IPA
Port Townsend Brewing Co
Hop Diggidy IPA
Rock Bottom Brewery
Eat a Bale o’ Hops IPA
Standing Stone Brewing Co
Double India Pale Ale
Stone Brewing Co
Stone Cali-Belgique IPA
Track Town Ales
200 Meter
Light/Pale
Ninkasi Brewing Co
Radiant Summer Ale
Pale Ale
Blue Frog Grog & Grill
Blonde Frog Ale
Boundary Bay Brewery
Amarillo Double Dry
Hopped Pale Ale
Fish Brewing Co
Organic Wild Salmon Pale Ale
Lagunitas Brewing Co
Lagunitas New DogTown
Pale Ale
Rogue Ales
Latona Pale Ale
Pilsner
Chuckanut Brewery &
Kitchen
Chuckanut Dortmunder Lager
Full Sail Brewing Co
Full Sail LTD 03
North Coast Brewing Co
Scrimshaw
Trumer Brauerei
Trumer Pils
Victory Brewing Co
Victory Prima Pils
Red/Amber
Double Mountain
Brewery & Taproom
India Red Ale (“IRA”)
Fifty Fifty Brewing Co
Manifesto Pale Ale
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Organic Rise Up Red
Summit Brewing Co
Horizon Red Ale
Specialty
Caldera Brewing Co
Hibiscus Ginger Beer
Deschutes Brewery
Miss Spelt
Three Creeks Brewing Co
Stonefly Rye
Stout
Bison Brewing Co
Organic Chocolate Stout
Oakshire Brewing
Overcast Espresso Stout
Riverport Brewing Co
Old Man River Oatmeal Stout
Widmer Bros. Brewing Co
KGB
Wheat
Alaskan Brewing Co
Alaskan White Ale
Bayern Brewing
Dragon Breath Dark Heff
Moylan’s Brewing Co
Pomegranate Wheat
Oregon Trail Brewery
Oregon Trail Wit
Pyramid Breweries
Haywire Hefeweizen
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What’s the Buzz at the OBF? Find out at the Buzz Tent!
Each July, brewers from around the country send one single product to be poured at the Oregon
Brewers Festival. Every year, a few of these beers generate buzz and become the must-try beers of
the event. This year, we’ve switched it up by asking the brewers to create not only the beer, but the
buzz as well.
We’ve solicited a collection of beers from our participating brewers to feature in our new Buzz Tent.
These beers run the gambit from old favorites to new creations, experimental beers to those well
off the beaten path. They’ve come to us in 1/6 barrels, _ barrels, half-kegs, firkins and bottles. These
beers are highly prized, very expensive, and our selection is very limited in quantity. Many of the
brewers of these beers will be on hand in the tent to talk up their product.
The Buzz Tent will be open on Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25 from Noon to 4:30 pm each day.
Admission is separate from the festival. A ticket costs $20 and includes a punch card good for eight
four-ounce tastes. The ticket will give you tastes of six different buzz beers, plus two tastings of your
choosing. Because of the different quantities of product on hand, we can’t guarantee what beers will
be pouring at any single time, but we can guarantee they will be fantastic! Look for the chalkboard
outside the tent, or follow the Buzz Tent on Twitter: @OBFBuzzTent.
We will be selling a total of 2,000 tickets to the Buzz Tent: 1,000 per day. The tickets are first come,
first serve. Tickets can be purchased on site starting Thursday, July 23 in the “Tokens Only” lines on
the south end of the mugs/tokens tent. You must purchase a Friday and/or a Saturday ticket. The Buzz
Tent itself is located in between the Mug/Tokens Sales and the South Beer Trailers.
Admission to the Buzz Tent does not include a mug. Just use the mug you are using to sample all of
the other beers at the festival. To whet your whistle, here’s a sample of what will be pouring in the
Buzz Tent this weekend:
Alameda Horseshoe Hefeweizen, Alaskan Barley Wine Anderson Valley Huge’r Boont, Ballast Point
Sour Wench Tart Blackberry Ale #1, Beer Valley Black Flag Imperial Stout 2008 Fresh Hop edition, Blue
Frog Barrel Aged Strong Amber Peligroso, BridgePort 2008 Stumptown Tart in firkin, BridgePort BBL
Ebenezer, Cascade Brewing Sang Royale, Cascade Brewing Gold Yeller, Cascade Brewing Night Fall,
Cascade Brewing Gose, Cascade Brewing Mouton Rouge, Deschutes Bourbon Quad, Dogfish Head
Palo Santo Marron, Fearless Strong Scotch, Fifty Fifty Imperial Eclipse Stout (barrel aged for 180 days
in Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrels), Firestone Walker Double/Imperial Union Jack, Full Sail 1998
Old Boilermaker Bourbon Barrel Aged Barleywine, Grand Teton Brewing Howling Wolf Weizenbock,
Laurelwood Organic Deranger Imperial Red, Laht Neppur Spiced Waitsburg Winter Warmer, Lazy
Boy Pomegranate Belgian Golden Ale, Lompoc Barrel Fermented LSD, McMenamins West Linn Largo
Laws Treasure Strong Scottish, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom Obama Nation Domestic Schwarzbier,
McMenamins Old St. Francis Base Camp Coffee Stout, McMenamins Oak Hills Das Schwertz Maibock
(Whiskey Barrel Aged), Moylan’s Brewing Co. Batch #1000 Double Kilt Lifter, New Belgium La Folie,
Oakshire Glen’s Hop Vice Imperial IPA, Redhook Raspberry Tripel, Rock Bottom Rod Flanders, Stone
13th Anniversary, Sprecher Brewery Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale, and Widmer X-114 IPA.
Summer Ale
OG: 1.045
FG: 1.010
ABV: 4.7
IBU: not provided
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Hell or High Watermelon
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5.2
IBU: 17
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 7
El Torero
OG: 1.070
FG: 1.015
ABV: 7.09
IBU: 88
Color: Dark Amber
On tap at Trailer: 3
10 Barrel Brewing Co
Bend, OR
www.10barrel.com
541-585-1007
21st Amendment Brewery
San Francisco, CA
www.21st-Amendment.com
415-369-0900
Alameda Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.alamedabrewhouse.com
503-460-9025
This is an easy-drinking Golden Ale, made with a blend of Cascade and
Sterling hops. Bend’s soft water keeps the flavor smooth and the hop bite
low. English-style yeast adds a nutty flavor.
Get this beer while you can. 10 Barrel Brewing’s ales are available only on
draft in Bend-area pubs, and at the OBF. Created and staffed by five locals
and an outsider (who was meant to be a Bend brewer but was simply born
in the wrong town), its other brews include Code 24 Pale Ale, S1NISTOR
Black Ale, and the namesake 10 Barrel IPA.
One of the most popular beers at the OBF for several years, this wheat
beer is flavored with real watermelon during its secondary fermentation,
giving the beer a subtle aroma and a dry, tart flavor. Low hopping levels let
the unique taste of wheat and watermelon shine through. Draft Magazine
recently named this beer its top summer fruit beer!
The 21st Amendment Brewery celebrates the right to brew beer, the
freedom to be innovative, and the obligation to have fun. And now,
the ability to quaff great craft beer out of a can with its Hell or High
Watermelon Wheat and Live Free or Die IPA. The brewers claim the can
is better for the beer and easier to produce, transport and recycle.
El Torero is a Northwest IPA made from all organic grain. It is bursting with
hops from the big floral aroma to the deep, lingering bitterness. Balancing
out the hops is a malt bill with generous amounts of Crystal, Munich, and
wheat malts, plus an alcohol content just over 7%. This is an organic beer
with big flavors that combine in a complex, satisfying brew.
Located in the heart of Beaumont Village in Northeast Portland, Alameda
Brewhouse has been offering hand crafted ales and freshly prepared food
for 13 years. Its seven-barrel brewery produced nearly 1,000 barrels in 2008.
Enjoy its Klickitat Pale, GABF-Gold winner Black Bear Stout, and El Torero
IPA in some 150 places around Portland, or try them all at the pub.
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Alaskan White Ale
OG: 1.047
FG: not provided
ABV: 5.29
IBU: 15
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 3
GoldyHops
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5.2
IBU: 50
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 8
Summer Solstice
Cerveza Crema
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.011
ABV: 5.5
IBU: 5
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 1
Alaskan Brewing Co
Juneau, AK
www.alaskanbeer.com
907-780-5866
Amnesia Brewing
Portland, OR
503-281-7708
Anderson Valley Brewing Co
Boonville, CA
www.avbc.com
707-895-2337
Light and delicate but complex, this beer’s soft, slightly sweet base is
accented with a unique spice aroma of coriander and the crisp, citrus
finish of orange peel. Made in the style of a Belgian Witbier, unfiltered
suspended proteins create its cloudy appearance.
Established in Juneau, Alaska in 1986, Alaskan Brewing Co. founders
discovered historical documents describing the ingredients for a
particularly popular beer at the turn of the 20th Century. That beer became
Alaskan Amber, still its most popular product. We also recommend its
smoked porter, a beer that can be aged for years or enjoyed fresh.
Golden Promise malt from England gives this session beer a true British
character. Belgian Castle Pils malt and Wisconsin Carapils round out this
international beer’s malt profile. A Northwest hop (Cascades) bitters the
brew, then it’s back to England for East Kent Goldings in the finish and to
dry hop. Moderate alcohol means this is one beer you can return to.
Amnesia Brewing sports a mellow vibe on N. Mississippi Ave. An outdoor dog-
friendly biergarten and airy interior all connect intimately with an open look
brewhouse. Enjoy grilled burgers and dogs - meat or veggie - as you surf using
the free wi-fi on the strip. There is always a full range of hand-crafted beers on
tap, including at least two IPAs that are simply unforgettable.
This copper colored ale bids you welcome to the Summer Solstice. It’s
smooth, malty, and lightly sweet, with a delicate hint of spice for a
drinkable, extra velvety flavor. The character is lighter in body than
its cousin, Winter Solstice. This silky, creamy dream is an ideal warm
weather beer.
AVBC is located in historic Boonville in the idyllic Anderson Valley of
Northern California. The local dialect, called “Boontling,” dates from the
logging days of this redwood-studded valley. AVBC has won numerous
awards for its quality beers.
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This richly-textured, roasty dry stout gets a boost of bitterness and charisma
from the addition of cocoa powder in the mash, lending the flavor - but
not the sweetness - of chocolate. Bison blends five unique organic malts
along with Magnum, Cascade and Perle hops to create a stout that has won
multiple awards, including the Silver at the Great American Beer Festival.
Established in 1989, this brewery went all organic in 2002 because of its belief
that sustainable and ecologically sound food production is the best way to protect
the environment, save energy, ensure sustainability - and brew great beers. Its
Farmhouse Ale’s gold medal at the 2006 GABF proves the point. Bison has won
numerous other awards, including a Silver medal for the Chocolate Stout.
Organic Chocolate Stout
OG: 1.072
FG: 1.008
ABV: 6.09
IBU: 36
Color: Black
On tap at Trailer: 8
Bison Brewing Co
Berkeley, CA
www.bisonbrew.com
510-697-1537
Bunches of hops on top of a simple grain bill of two-row and Munich
malts push this Imperial IPA over the stratosphere for hop flavor and
bitterness. There’s enough residual sweetness and malt flavor to balance,
although with the high alcohol, you may not notice - or care.
Beer Valley Brewing Co. is an award-winning microbrewery located in
the eastern Oregon town of Ontario. Founded in 2005 by Pete Ricks, it
specializes in the production of strong ales - five year-round brews and
occasional seasonals, available in seven western states and Pennsylvania.
Leafer Madness
Imperial Pale Ale
OG: 1.076
FG: 1.014
ABV: 9
IBU: 100
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 8
Beer Valley Brewing Co
Ontario, OR
www.beervalleybrewing.com
541-881-9088
This copper-colored beer is a blend of Bear Republic’s Racer 5 and Red
Rocket. Fermented with a Belgian yeast strain, Crazy Ivan has a spicy
clove aroma. The American hop bitterness and aroma balance the Belgian
character. It is named for the crazy left turn the brewers took while
devising, brewing and trying to name the beer.
Sitting in the middle of the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, you
might wonder how a brewery in the heart of California’s wine country
could make such distinctively flavorful beers. Bear Republic features big
beers in bottles plus pub beer on draft to go along with the pub’s fresh,
vibrant cuisine that leans towards the Italian.
Crazy Ivan
OG: 1.068
FG: 1.016
ABV: 7
IBU: 50
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 4

Bear Republic Brewing Co
Cloverdale, CA
www.bearrepublic.com
707-894-2722
DragonÆs Breath Dark Heff is mild in taste, unfiltered, and 5.6 %
alcohol by volume. It is moderately hopped with BavariaÆs preeminent
Hallertauer Perle hops and is cold-fermented, eliminating any harsh
aftertaste. Dragon Breath Dark Heff received the Silver Medal at the
North American Brewers Association 2008 Beer Awards.
One of the longest-running participants in the OBF, Bayern Brewing was
founded in 1987 by Jêrgen Kn÷ller, a German-trained master brewer.
Jêrgen brews all his beer according to the German Reinheitsgebot beer
purity law of 1516. Bayern Beer is now available locally in bottles and
5-liter pony kegs.
Dragon Breath Dark Heff
OG: 1.056
FG: 1.011
ABV: 5.59
IBU: 20
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 1
Bayern Brewing
Missoula, MT
www.bayernbrewery.com
406-721-1482
Hops, hops, hops. Hops are added into this beer at every opportunity:
first-wort, boiling, finishing, and dry-hopping, a mix of Simcoe, Amarillo,
Centennial and Galena. This San-Diego style IPA won a Bronze at the 2002
World Beer Cup.
Ballast Point started as a homebrew shop in 1992, added a brewery in
1996, a new production facility in 2005 and topped 10,000 barrels of
production in 2008. You can even find its beer in Japan. The brewery
is also the first licensed distiller in San Diego - look for products to hit
shelves sometime this summer.
Big Eye IPA
OG: 1.070
FG: 1.015
ABV: 7
IBU: 91
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 5
Ballast Point Brewing
San Diego, CA
www.ballastpoint.com
858-695-2739
Gobs of Centennial, Amarillo, Summit and Cascade hops find precious
little interference from pale and light caramel malts in their path to your
palate. A clean American ale yeast and an extra dose of hops in the barrel
earned this beer the People’s Choice Award at the Spring Beer and Wine
Festival three years running.
Astoria Brewing, founded in 1997 inside the Wet Dog Cafê, offers seven
diverse house ales ranging from DaBomb Blonde Pale Ale to Kick Ass
Oatmeal Stout. Astoria expanded its capacity with two eight-barrel
fermenters, and keeps it sustainable by using solar-heated water.
Bitter Bitch
OG: 1.078
FG: 1.016
ABV: 8.69
IBU: 99
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 8
Astoria Brewing Co
Astoria, OR
www.wetdogcafe.com
503-325-6975
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A simple beer from a technical standpoint, what makes this unique is the
blend of a Belgian yeast and citrusy Amarillo hops on a grain bed of pale
malt, malted and unmalted wheat and corn flakes. Yes, corn flakes. And
with that milky white head, you could call it breakfast. Named for the
famously “recalcitrant” fermentation tank in which it came to life.
Founded in 1989, Boulevard Brewing Co. has grown to become the largest
specialty brewer in the Midwest. The brewery, built in a turn-of-the-
century brick building on Kansas CityÆs historic Southwest Boulevard,
produces six year-round brews, four seasonals, and a line of artisinal
beers - the Smokestack Series.
Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale
OG: 1.070
FG: 1.011
ABV: 8
IBU: 40
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 7

Boulevard Brewing Co
Kansas City, MO
www.boulevard.com
816-474-7095
Five - yes, five - hop additions, from first-wort to whirlpool, put the
“India” in this Brown Ale. Brown, Honey and Biscuit malts combine with a
fruity American ale yeast to yield a complex flavor and deep brown color.
Brewed for the festival to celebrate Boulder’s 30th anniversary, it’s the
ninth in the brewery’s Looking Glass series of specialty beers.
The Boulder Beer Co. was established in 1979, which makes it Colorado’s
first microbrewery and also one of the first in the nation. The Looking
Glass series is the brewery’s leading edge line of innovative specialty
brews and includes other favorites such as MoJo India Pale Ale and
Sweaty Betty Blonde.
Flashback Anniversary Ale
OG: 1.066
FG: 1.014
ABV: 6.79
IBU: 65
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 7
Boulder Beer Co
Boulder, CO
www.boulderbeer.com
303-444-8448
This blonde won’t break your heart, and that color’s not from peroxide.
Canadian 2-Row and Cara-Helles malts and some flaked oats give this
beer its malty character and, of course, great body. The judges seem to
agree, as they gave this beer first place honors in the 2007 West Coast
Brew Fest for the Pale Ale category.
The secret to the great taste of Blue Frog ales, say the brewers, is lots of
great music and just enough Led Zeppelin to keep the yeast happy and
active. Founded in 1999, the brewery gets its name from the Peter, Paul
and Mary song, “I’m in love with a Big Blue Frog.” You’ll fall in love with
the beers, the pub and the pizzas, if you’re not careful.
Blonde Frog Ale
OG: 1.060
FG: 1.008
ABV: 7
IBU: 40
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2
Blue Frog Grog & Grill
Fairfield, CA
www.bigbluefrog.com
707-429-2337
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Slightly darker than a Pilsner, Dortmunder is a burnished honey gold,
edging toward amber. It steers away from the bold hop bitterness and
aroma of Pilsner, preferring a firm maltiness, a full-bodied, slightly sweet
palate, and a clean, dry finish.
Chuckanut Brewery has one of the most technologically sophisticated
small breweries in the US, if not the world. Brewmaster Will Kemper has
brewed for Thomas Kemper, Norwester, Aviator Ales of Seattle and Sierra
Madre in Monterrey, Mexico, among others. He even started the first
brewpub in Turkey.
Chuckanut Dortmunder
Lager
OG: 1.054
FG:
ABV: 5.5
IBU: 25
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 3
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Bellingham, WA
www.chuckanutbreweryandkitchen.com
360-75-BEERS
Brewed to be a light bodied, refreshing ale, Blonde Bombshell combines
subtle malt and wheat flavors with a delicate Liberty hop aroma to create
aà well, a knock-out with great body, of course. Originally brewed as
a seasonal, this beer was so popular it pushed its way into the regular
lineup - and earned a Bronze Medal at the 2008 GABF.
Located in Redmond, Cascade Lakes brews six year-round and nine
rotating seasonals, from Pilsner to Bock and IPA to Porter. In summer, look
for its thirst-quenching Kolsch, Weiss, and German style Pilsner. Or visit
its 6,000-foot lodge featuring a full bar, pool tables, bristle-board dart
boards, daily lunch and dinner specials, and of course, the beer.
Blonde Bombshell
OG: 1.040
FG: 1.008
ABV: 4
IBU: 26
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2

Cascade Lakes Brewing Co
Redmond, OR
www.cascadelakes.com
541-923-3110
Put on your rose-colored beer goggles: this brew really is pretty in pink.
Whole raspberries added to a sour mash Berlin-style wheat beer create a
berry splash in this extremely refreshing beer. The raspberry is apparent
on the nose, while the palate is tart and lemony with a hint of wheat. This
is one of the most quenching brews at the festival.
Cascade Brewing is located inside the Raccoon Lodge & Brew Pub in
SW Portland. Under the direction of Brewmaster Ron Gansberg, the
brewery has pioneered the Northwest Sour Style, winning accolades and
awards for its oak barrel aged, lactic-fermented bottled sour beers, which
complement the well-balanced beers on draft year-round.
Razberry Wheat
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.011
ABV: 4.5
IBU: 15
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6
Cascade Brewing at the Raccoon Lodge
Portland, OR
www.raclodge.com
503-296-0110
Hibiscus flowers and ginger give this unique beer a zesty, spicy flavor.
Belgian candi sugar boost the fermentables provided by 2-Row and
Carafoam malts. Ginger and hibiscus are boiled with the wort, along
with a small amount of Willamette hops. The beer is “dry-flowered” with
hibiscus. It was brewed special for the OBF, so get it before it’s gone.
Caldera’s 10-barrel brewing system sits in a 6,000 square foot building
in Ashland. Draft-only until 2005, Caldera then became the first Oregon
brewery to distribute its beers in cans. Seven year-round brews include a
Pilsner, Pale, IPA, Porter, Amber, Dry Hop Red and Dry Hop Orange.
Hibiscus Ginger Beer
OG: not provided
FG: not provided
ABV: 4.29
IBU: not provided
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2

Caldera Brewing Co
Ashland, OR
www.calderabrewing.com
541- 482-HOPS
If you’re looking for a break from all the hops, this might be the place to start.
A full ton of Oregon sour cherries added after primary fermentation imparts
a fresh cherry flavor and a naturally tart finish. The Belgian Trappist yeast
produces classic fruit and spice esters. The beer is then aged in French oak
wine casks for six months. Complex? Ja, mein herr!
BridgePort has never missed an Oregon Brewers Festival. Now celebrating its
25th anniversary as Oregon’s oldest craft brewery, it is perhaps most famous
for its award-winning IPA. The brewpub in NW Portland offers a full menu
and several beers made in a traditional British style such as Black Strap Stout,
Ropewalk Amber, Blue Heron Pale Ale, along with ESB and porter.
Stumptown Tart
OG: 1.070
FG: 1.015
ABV: 7.5
IBU: 17
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 3
BridgePort Brewery
Portland, OR
www.bridgeportbrew.com
503-241-7179
Made especially for the OBF, this beer makes exclusive use of Amarillo
hops in four additions, including two dry-hoppings. A simple grain bill of
premium 2-Row and Munich malts provide the perfect body to balance the
medium alpha (bitter) hop with a strong citrus flavor and aroma.
Boundary Bay’s 17-barrel brewery opened 14 years ago in a restored
historic 1922 warehouse in downtown Bellingham, across from the
Saturday Market. Customers of the Taproom and Bistro can enjoy 10 fine
ales and lagers and full-service smoke-free family-friendly dining. Its
beers have won numerous awards from the GABF, World Beer Cup and
North American Beer Awards.
Amarillo Double Dry
Hopped Pale Ale
OG: 1.058
FG: 1.010
ABV: 6
IBU: 45
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 4
Boundary Bay Brewery
Bellingham, WA
www.bbaybrewery.com
360-647-5593
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Originally brewed for Sub Pop Records 20th Anniversary, this beer’s unique
flavor comes from the high-alpha Sorachi Ace hop, a Japanese hybrid
grown in small quantities in the Yakima Valley. Pure Cascade mountain
runoff water extracts winning flavors from a grain bill of Pale, Munich,
Crystal and Cara-hell malts.
Three-time GABF Large Brewpub of the Year winner Elysian Brewing,
founded in 1996, now brews 20 beers at a time in its three Seattle
locations. In addition to producing classic examples of the great beer
styles, the brewers also love to experiment with ingredients such as
Jasmine flowers, peppercorns, pumpkins and spices.
Loser Pale Ale
OG: 1.068
FG: 1.015
ABV: 7
IBU: 54
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6

Elysian Brewing Co
Seattle, WA
www.elysianbrewing.com
206-860-1920
If you need a pick-me-up, try this one. Brazilian acai berries bring energy
as well as a unique flavor to this light golden ale. Brewed “behind the
Redwood Curtain” from 2-Row and wheat malts and a gentle dose of
Pacific Gem hops, four other organic berries round out this light-bodied
beer’s fruit flavor.
Eel River is America’s first certified organic brewery. Located in a former
old growth redwood mill just down the road from its Humboldt County
brewpub, the facility is powered completely by renewable, bio-mass
energy. Eel River has been brewing organic beers since 1995.
Organic Acai Berry
Wheat
OG: 1.036
FG: 1.006
ABV: 4
IBU: 15
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6
Eel River Brewing
Scotia, CA
www.eelriverbrewing.com
707-764-1772
The IRA, as itÆs known, marries a ruby red color and rich body with the
hop flavors of an IPA. A unique ale yeast strain adds a delicious layer of
complexity. One of the first beers made by the brewery, this is an enduring
favorite brewed with Gambrinus Organic Pilsner malt, imported Crystal
malt, and Simcoe and Brewers Gold hops.
Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom opened on St PatrickÆs Day 2007.
It’s billed as a “brewers’ brewery” with an uncompromising focus on
beer quality. All beers are served up unfiltered and long-aged, to deliver
maximum flavor and character. It features Gambrinus organic malts in
nearly every brew, and the soft water from the local Hood River district is
exceptionally pure and clean-tasting.
India Red Ale (“IRA”)
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.013
ABV: 6.5
IBU: 65
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 8
Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom
Hood River, OR
www.doublemountainbrewery.com
541-387-0042
Get this: a neo-Berliner Weisse fermented with honest-to-goodness
peaches to a mere 4.5% ABV. Fermented with an ale yeast, Berliner
Weisse is also fermented with lactic cultures to produce its acidic or
green apple-like character. Pale straw in color, it’s delicately hopped and
served as an aperitif or summertime quencher.
Dogfish Head, Delaware’s first brewpub, produces “off-centered ales for
off-centered people,” such as its 120-minute IPA, Punkin Ale or Raison
d’Etre. Its original brewery, founded in 1995, produced only 12-gallon
batches; in 1999, it relocated into a 100,000-foot former cannery, now
producing 20 styles of beer sold in 25 states.
Festina Peche
OG: 1.044
FG: 1.010
ABV: 4.5
IBU: 8
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 4
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Milton, DE
www.dogfish.com
302-684-1000
Spelt Malt, a sort of “heirloom wheat” once abundant from the Bronze
Age to medieval times, is now grown in very limited areas of Europe.
ItÆs favored by organic farmers due to a low demand for fertilizers. Spelt
gives beer a nutty flavor, which blend nicely with the big esters and clove
nuances produced by the yeast used for fermentation.
Located in beautiful Bend, Deschutes Brewery overlooks the wild and scenic
Deschutes River. It also brews an impressive collection of award-winning
craft beers. Starting as a local brew pub in downtown Bend in 1988,
Deschutes Brewery now sells beer across the western U.S. and recently
opened a second public house in Portland, OregonÆs Pearl District.
Miss Spelt
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.012
ABV: 4.79
IBU: 30
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 4

Deschutes Brewery
Bend, OR
www.deschutesbrewery.com
541-385-8606
Designed by homebrewers Bill Schneller and Chris Johnson, Saison
Christophe is brewed with malted barley, malted wheat, and unmalted oats. A
fairly hefty dose of candi sugar boosts the alcohol, lightens the body and gives
it an authentic dryness you won’t find in many American-produced Saisons.
Orange peel and coriander lend an orange/lemon citrus note, blending with
the underlying spice and pepper notes from the Dupont yeast.
Collaborator is one of the oldest collaborations in the nation between a
craft brewer (Widmer Brothers) and homebrewers (the Oregon Brew Crew).
Homebrewers design the beers and compete to win the opportunity to have
their beer made and distributed by a world-class micro-brewery. Want to be
famous? Fire up your brew kettle!
Saison Christophe
OG: 1.073
FG: 1.011
ABV: 7.70
IBU: 17
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 6

Collaborator
Portland, OR
www.widmer.com
503-281-2437
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Brand new for 2009, this crisp, new Pilsner-style lager is pale-golden in
color and features a spicy floral hops aroma, malty medium body, and
a smooth, thirst-quenching finish. Mt Hood spring water, two doses of
Sterling hops, all 2-Row pale malt and Full Sail’s house lager yeast just
want to rock your tastebuds’ little world.
Independent, employee-owned Full Sail has been making great beer since
1987. Perched on a bluff in Hood River, OR, “the adrenaline capital of the
Northwest,” Full Sail ferments godlike nectar as big as the scenery in the
Columbia River Gorge. Full Sail is committed to brewing great beer while
adhering to socially and environmentally sustainable practices.
Full Sail LTD 03
OG: 1.056
FG: 1.009
ABV: 5.59
IBU: 35
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2
Full Sail Brewing Co
Hood River, OR
www.fullsailbrewing.com
541-386-2247
Winner of the 2008 Silver Medal at the GABF, this classic-style Dubbel is
an exceptionally complex beer with many interwoven flavors. It features an
immense head with a fruity nose and generous body. Malty in the middle, it
has a clean, almondy dry finish and a slight alcohol warmth. It might remind
you of a fine burgundy.
Flying Fish Brewing Co. was the world’s first virtual microbrewery. Now
located seven miles east of Philadelphia, it was the first new brewery built
in Southern New Jersey in more than half a century. From its opening in late
1996, Flying Fish has quadrupled its capacity and has become New Jersey’s
largest craft brewery, with four full-time and a variety of seasonal brews.
Abbey Dubbel
OG: 1.066
FG: 1.016
ABV: 7
IBU: 18
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 1

Flying Fish Brewing Co
Cherry Hill, NJ
www.flyingfish.com
856-489-0061
Remarkably bright with a crisp hop finish, Fish Tale Organic Pale Ale is
a beautifully balanced jewel of brewing. Its four organic malts impart
a mellow sweetness amply matched by Yakima Cascade hops. Pale ale
enthusiasts will treasure this ale as much as they love Cascadia, the
beautiful land that inspired it.
Nestled in the lush bosom of the Republic of Cascadia, the Fish Tale
Brewery has been home to celebrated ales since 1993. Brewed in the
great Cascadian tradition, Fish Tale Organic Ales spring purely from
Certified Organic malted barley and the finest hops available. The 40-barrel
brewhouse produces five year-round organic ales and two seasonals.
Organic Wild Salmon
Pale Ale
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.014
ABV: 5
IBU: 32
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 3

Fish Brewing Co
Olympia, WA
www.fishbrewing.com
360-943-6480
The newest member of the Firestone family, Union Jack is an aggressive
IPA with more than 70 IBUs and plenty of alcohol. Citrus, pineapple and a
full chewy malt profile finish clean on your palate, thanks to the Warrior,
Simcoe, Cascade, Centennial and Amarillo hops. Union Jack won silver at
the 2008 World Beer Cup and gold at the 2008 GABF.
Firestone WalkerÆs ales are selectively fermented in the patented
Firestone Union oak barrel brewing system. Sixty gallons of the 200-barrel
brew ferment for a week in medium-toast American oak barrels. This
improves the fullness of the palate, lends a clean briskness to the finish,
and imparts unique hints of smokiness and vanilla, as well as a subtle
fruitiness to the flavor profile.
Union Jack IPA
OG: 1.068
FG: 1.014
ABV: 7.5
IBU: 70
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Firestone Walker Brewing Co
Paso Robles, CA
www.firestonebeer.com
805-225-5911
Six different malts including Honey and Red Wheat are accented with
four hop additions, including one at whirlpool for a crisp, hoppy finish.
The London ale yeast strain leaves a clean, slight malt sweetness behind
for balance. One of Fifty-Fifty’s flagship beers, this batch was unfiltered
specially for the OBF.
Fifty Fifty opened just two years ago, but brewer Todd Asman boasts
numerous GABF and World Beer Cup medals for his classic brews. Look
for a Pale Ale, IPA, Porter, Wit and Tripel - some aged in Jack Daniels
barrels. Enjoy them with a burger or a nice seared Ahi at the pub and rock
to music from the 60’s, 80’s - or punk, if that suits your mood.
Manifesto Pale Ale
OG: 1.056
FG: 1.014
ABV: 5.5
IBU: 35
Color: Dark Amber
On tap at Trailer: 8

Fifty Fifty Brewing Co
Truckee, CA
www.fiftyfiftybrewing.com
530-587-2337
As part of Fearless’ research to create this beer, two local homebrew clubs
submitted 26 different examples of the style to inspire the brewer. The result
is a very light, crisp, thirst-quenching ale with all the premium aspects of a
Northwest craft beer. The secret ingredient is love - can you taste it?
When Portland homebrewer Ken Johnson decided to go pro, he set up
shop in bucolic Estacada, on the scenic upper reaches of the Clackamas
River. He serves up excellent pub standards plus rotating seasonal taps
along with tasty pub fare in this down-home brewpub that’s a kayaker’s
dream after a day on the rapids. Come try one of the six standard beers or
one of many seasonals.
Clackamas Cream Ale
OG: 1.044
FG: 1.006
ABV: 5
IBU: 17
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2

Fearless Brewing Co
Estacada, OR
www.fearless1.com
503-630-BEER
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Hazel Dell IPA is brewed with 2-Row Pale, Caramel, Munich and Wheat
malts and an English-style yeast. Over the top of that firm malt base, four
different hops - Galena, Tettnang, Rainier and Cascade - give it a bracing
hop flavor with medium bitterness.
Established in Vancouver, WA in 1993, Hazel Dell patrons can view the
seven-barrel system behind huge glass panes while enjoying great pub
grub like burgers and tasty fish and chips. The serving tanks are right
behind the bar, keeping the pub’s 10 tap lines short and the beer fresh.
Try the Captain Vancouver’s Stout, Steinweizen or one of its nitro mix
varieties.
Hazel Dell IPA
OG: 1.046
FG: 1.008
ABV: 5
IBU: 55
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6

Hazel Dell Brewpub
Vancouver, WA
360-576-0996
This Imperial IPA is created in the new tradition of the San Diego-style
IPA: super-hoppy, high gravity, yet highly quaffable ale. Intense hop
flavors and aromas from a unique blend of Summit and Nugget hops get
just enough support from 2-Row, Carapils and Carastan. Dry-hopping
accentuates the hop aromas and flavor.
Located in Vista, CA, Green Flash was founded in 2002 and now brews
nine styles of beer regularly on draft and in bottles, plus seasonal and
barrel-aged beers. Prize credentials include five GABF medals, three World
Beer Cup medals, a Best in Show at the California State Fair and another
at the San Diego International Beer Festival.
Green Flash Imperial IPA
OG: 1.076
FG: 1.011
ABV: 9
IBU: 101
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6

Green Flash Brewing Co
Vista, CA
www.greenflashbrew.com
760-597-9012
This award-winning brew is a hybrid between an American Wheat beer
and a premium lager. Pilsner, Pale, Wheat and Munich malts provide the
malty flavor and body, complemented by a light hopping with Cascade and
Aurora hops. Fermented at a relatively cool 50 degrees with Munich lager
yeast, it is lagered three weeks for a clean, crisp flavor and finish.
Great Northern’s “gravity flow” brewery was designed by world-
renowned architect Joe Escherick. Highly automated, it is one of the most
sophisticated and complex for its size in the country. Built in 1994 as the
home of Black Star Lager, the brewery now produces a dozen ales and
lagers in a variety of year-round and seasonal styles.
Wheatfish Wheat Lager
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5
IBU: 12
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 8
Great Northern Brewing Co
Whitefish, MT
www.greatnorthernbrewing.com
406-863-1000
Titan is brewed for disciples of gigantic hopping. Piney hop aromas and
citrus hop flavors lead the way, reminiscent of grapefruit and orange zest.
Its bracing finish balances a generous malt sweetness with crisp minerally
bitterness.
Assertive, flavorful and balanced is how Great Divide describes its
beers. From session beers to big brews, its lineup offers a beer to please
everyone. Maybe that’s why its beers have won numerous awards,
including nine GABF and four World Beer Cup medals.
Titan IPA
OG: 1.068
FG: 1.014
ABV: 6.79
IBU: 60
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 1
Great Divide Brewing Co
Denver, CO
www.greatdivide.com
303-296-9460
Grand Teton’s flagship brew is mahogany-colored, complex and balanced,
letting both the hops (Galena, Chinook and Centennial) and malt (Idaho Pale,
German CaraHell, Cara Aroma, Cara Munich and Melanoidin) come through.
Four GABF medals, including two golds, and four North American Beer
Awards in the last five years prove that Bitch Creek is not just a pretty name.
Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, Grand Teton Brewing of Jackson
Hole was the first modern microbrewery in Wyoming. Now one of the top
100 craft breweries in North America, other favorites include Old Faithful
Ale, Teton Ale, Workhorse Wheat and Sweetgrass IPA. A green company,
the brewery runs on bio-diesel, and Grand Teton donates 5% of its
production to environmental and community-friendly charities.
Bitch Creek
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.016
ABV: 6.5
IBU: 54
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 2
Grand Teton Brewing Co
Victory, ID
www.grandtetonbrewing.com
208-787-9000
Golden in color with a zesty bitterness and full aromatics in the finish,
Bald Peak IPA is brewed using Nuggets and Cascade hops exclusively
from Colman Brothers Hop Farm just outside of St. Paul, Oregon.
Under brewmaster Mark Vickery, Golden Valley produces small batches
of well-balanced, complex craft beer, including a brut IPA in champagne
bottles and the wonderful Tannen Bomb winter warmer. The restaurant
features high ceilings, a full bar and fine food, featuring its own Angus
Springs beef fed with spent grain from the brewery.
Bald Peak IPA
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.012
ABV: 6.20
IBU: 75
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 7
Golden Valley Brewery
McMinnville, OR
www.goldenvalleybrewery.com
503-472-BREW
30 31
Double Oregon Hefeweizen (DOH!) is not your brother’s hefeweizen. This
version of Oregon’s most-brewed beer was designed around the tastes of
the Oregon beer lover: loads of malted wheat and barley for a big, cloudy
brew, strong but easy drinking with a fruity flavor.
Laurelwood is known for exquisite award-winning, certified organic pub
beers in Portland’s Hollywood district and on NW 23rd. It’s garnered lots
of awards- including Champion Brewery at the 2004 World Beer Cup. Its
five family-friendly locations - including two at PDX - also serve up some
killer grub.
Double Oregon
Hefeweizen
OG: 1.068
FG: 1.016
ABV: 6.90
IBU: 45
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 7
Laurelwood Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.laurelwoodbrewpub.com
503-282-4948
If you’re looking for hop punch, you’ve found it. Simcoe, Columbus and
Mt Hood hops flow with abundance into this brew kettle - the beer was
then dry-hopped with Columbus and Mt Hood. Gambrinus Pale, Honey and
Light Munich malts provide the fermentables, and the American ale yeast
renders a very crisp finish. Gold Medal winner, Leavenworth Ale Festival.
Founded only four years ago, Laughing Dog has grown to distribute beer
in four western and eight eastern states. One of only two packaging
breweries in Idaho, its five regular brews include the award-winning
Cream Ale and “CSB,” an ESB for the dog in all of us.
Alphadog Dog
Imperial IPA
OG: 1.073
FG: 1.008
ABV: 8
IBU: 127
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Laughing Dog Brewing
Ponderay, ID
www.laughingdogbrewing.com
208-263-9222
Neddy’s Brown Nut has a light roasted malt flavor with a lingering nutty
finish, great for a summer evening around a fire pit or at a backyard
barbecue. Great Western Premium 2-Row, Crystal, Carafa and Chocolate
malts give the beer its body and deep color. A light touch with East Kent
Golding and Centennial hops lets the roasty malt flavor come through.
A relative newcomer to the Northwest craft beer scene, Laht Neppur
was founded just over three years ago but already its 3.5-barrel brewing
platform keeps eight to 10 regular beers on tap. The brewery also makes
its own root beer; the floats alone make this trip off the beaten path
worthwhile, but in case you need more, Laht Neppur also makes its own
Cabernet Sauvignon and a port-style Syrah.
Neddy’s Brown Nut
OG: 1.051
FG: 1.014
ABV: 4.90
IBU: 21
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 5

Laht Neppur Brewing Co
Waitsburg, WA
www.lahtneppur.com
509-337-6261
This New DogTown Pale Ale is not the same old pale ale brewed in the
little town of Lagunitas back in 1993. It is way better. The brewers have
updated the old girl and the combination of a dry finish with the 21st
century hop varieties make her new again!
The brewery with a sense of humor and no sense of when to stop adding
hops brings you New Dogtown Pale Ale, among the doggiest beers at the
festival. New Dogtown joins the Hop Stoopid, Hairy Eyeball, Maximus,
Brown Shugga and Immortal IPA in a long line of Lagunitas classics.
Lagunitas New
DogTown Pale Ale
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.008
ABV: 6.4
IBU: 47
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 4

Lagunitas Brewing Co
Petaluma, CA
www.lagunitas.com
707-769-4495
Toasted coconut adds a sweet, nutty flavor to this dark, moderately
hopped ale. Chocolate, Carapils, Munich and Victory malts add color, body
and roasty flavor to the base 2-Row malt. Warrior, Millennium, Cascade,
Willamette and Mt Hood hops put the Northwest into this tropical taste
treat. Think Stumptown, drink Aloha!
Located in picturesque Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island, Kona is Hawaii’s
largest craft brewery. Its 10,000-barrel annual production covers a full
spectrum of styles, flavors, and colors, from the darkest - Da Grind Buzz Kona
Coffee Imperial Stout - to the Wailua Wheat. Oregonians Cameron Healy and
Spoon Khalsa opened this brewery in 1994.
Coconut Brown Ale
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.013
ABV: 5.29
IBU: 30
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 7
Kona Brewing Co
Kailua Kona, HI
www.konabrewingco.com
808-334-1133
Copious amounts of Cascade and Centennial added during and after the boil
and whole flower Oregon-grown Cascades in the hop back give Rise Up Red
its rich hop flavor. Organic malts keep it clean and green and give it that deep
red color. This one will sustain you as it sustains the planet.
HUB is PortlandÆs first Eco-Brewpub to offer all organic handcrafted
beers, fresh local ingredients, and a sustainable building with a relaxed
and casual atmosphere. Come check out the pub, made of all recycled
materials, on SE Powell. The 20-barrel brewery produces 3,000-barrels a
year and provides the restaurant with ten different HUB organic beers on
tap and two cask ales at all times.
Organic Rise Up Red
OG: 1.054
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5.79
IBU: 60
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 8
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Portland, OR
www.hopworksbeer.com
503-232-4677
32 33
This three-time GABF gold medal winner starts with a Pale 2-Row and
White Wheat malt base. Chinook hops at the beginning of the boil add
just a hint of bitterness. Blueberry extract formulated especially for Marin
gives it a gentle fruit profile, enhanced by the English-style yeast and the
soft alkaline water.
Located in the shadow of Mt. Talalpais in the heart of California wine
country, Marin Brewing is in its 21st year of business and produces more
than two dozen different styles of beer. This large brewpub boasts a beer
garden where you can soak up both suds and sun at the same time. The
14-barrel brewery requires lots of labor - a labor of love.
Bluebeery Ale
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5.29
IBU: 21
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 1
Marin Brewing Co
Larkspur, CA
www.marinbrewing.com
415-461-4677
Summer Grifter is a wayward ale, lurking wherever thirsts gather. This
seasonal IPA uses 2-Row, Munich and Caramel Malt and a hop bill of Chinook,
CTZ, Cascade and Centennial. Grifter has a cunning malt balance and finishes
with a hefty hop bite. This ale threatens to steal your allegiance and con your
thirst into leaving town!
At MacTarnahan’s, you’ll fnd a peculiar mix of overly obsessive individuals
passionately creating something the civilized world simply can’t live without:
great beer. GABF’s 2008 mid-sized brewery of the year was founded in 1986,
making it one of Oregon’s oldest craft breweries. MacTarnahan’s Amber, its
flagship ale, and Blackwatch Porter won gold at the 2008 GABF.
Summer Grifter
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.014
ABV: 6.20
IBU: 54
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 4
MacTarnahan’s Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.macsbeer.com
503-228-5269
Solar Flare Ale is a light, refreshing ale, perfect for a hot summer day.
That’s only fair, since the water used in the brewing process was heated
by the sun in the Lab’s solar water heating system. Great Western and
Scottish Pale malts are joined by a light Briess Carapils to give it a golden
hue, while Brewers Gold hops provide moderate, balancing bitterness.
The Lucky Labrador Brew Pub opened its doors 14 years ago in an old
timbered warehouse just over the Hawthorne Bridge from downtown
Portland. Now with a satellite pub in Multnomah Village and a second
brewpub in Northwest Portland, brewer Alex Stiles and crew churned out
2,200 barrels of ale last year. Enjoy a pint with Fido in the dog-friendly
outdoor beer garden!
Solar Flare
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.007
ABV: 5.90
IBU: 33
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 3
Lucky Labrador Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.luckylab.com
503-356-3555
Malt, wheat and oats form the substance of this translucent American
version of a Belgian white ale. Light bodied yet rich tasting, coriander and
lime leaves and a “secret blend” of herbs add subtle citrusy nuances to
this refreshing, quaffable beer. This would be a perfect match for a falafel
or hummus plate.
The Lost Coast Brewery and Cafêhas “herstory.” Founded in 1990 by
Barbara Groom and Wendy Pound in a 100-year-old restored wood frame
structure, the brewery has since outgrown the original facilities in the
Pythian Castle. Lost Coast now produces nearly 30,000 barrels per year of
English-style ales with a West Coast twist.
Great White
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.010
ABV: 4.79
IBU: 11
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2
Lost Coast Brewery
Eureka, CA
www.lostcoast.com
707-445-4484
A half-dozen or so additions of Cluster, Simcoe and Tettnanger hops begin
before the wort begins to boil and don’t quit until... well, we’re not quite
sure when. Gambrinus Pale and Munich Light malts carry the hop load and
feed the American ale yeast. We think the Gods will like this flower.
Lompoc Brewing features a family of cozy brewpubs in Portland, including
the New Old Lompoc, Hedge House, Oaks Bottom Public House, and the
Fifth Quadrant. Each has a diverse menu of fresh pub grub, a full bar, and a
lineup of Lompc brews including LSD, C-Note, Proletariat Red and Sockeye
Cream Stout.
Flower of the Gods
OG: 1.064
FG: 1.009
ABV: 6.90
IBU: 52
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Lompoc Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.newoldlompoc.com
503-288-3997
The red color in this ale comes from a delicate balancing of roasted barley
with Crystal, ESB and Northwest Pale malts. Three additions of Palisades
hops balance the malty flavor with just enough crisp bitterness for balance.
Portland Spring Beer & Wine Fest goers gave this one a Silver medal.
Lazy Boy is a small family-run brewery where, despite the name, everyone
in the family works. The owners’ two daughters fit perfectly in the brew
kettle and mash tun, so they have the job of cleaning them. Dad, an
engineer, fixes whatever goes wrong, and Great Grandma Ellie helps with
bottling. Lazy Boy’s Belgian Strong Ale took Gold at the 2007 NABA.
Lazy Boy Red Head
OG: 1.074
FG: 1.008
ABV: 8.19
IBU: 32
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 7
Lazy Boy Brewing Co
Everett, WA
www.lazyboybrewing.com
425-423-7700
34 35
This new beer for Ninkasi gets its elegant malty flavor and orange color
from Pale, Vienna and a touch of dark Crystal malts, balanced by three
doses of Millennium, Galena, Northern Brewer and Liberty hops. An
additional dose of Liberty is used to dry-hop the beer to give it another
boost in hop aroma and flavor.
Ninkasi Brewing, located in the heart of EugeneÆs Whiteaker neighborhood,
strives to make incredibly high-quality and creative beers for the surrounding
village. When it isn’t making and selling beer, Ninkasi focuses on supporting
the wonderful cultural aspects of the community by supporting all the arts,
non-profit organizations and those who pursue creative passions and joy.
Radiant Summer Ale
OG: 1.056
FG: 1.012
ABV: 6
IBU: 40
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 5
Ninkasi Brewing Co
Eugene, OR
www.ninkasibrewing.com
541-344-2739
Golden Cap Saison is a modern interpretation of a traditional farmhouse
ale. This soft, pale beer embodies the flavors and aromas of summer
fields. Brewed with an ancestor of wheat called spelt, its straw-colored
body, lively carbonation and a unique fermentation profile evoke fresh cut
hay and cracked peppercorn.
New Holland’s Mission: Art in Fermented Form. Established in 1996,
NHBC has grown from a scrappy two-man start-up to a thriving regional
microbrewery, recognized for its creativity and artistry. Now producing more
than 9,500 barrels of beer annually in two locations in Holland, it also distills
spirits and serves wine, cider, and a full menu in its downtown pub.
Golden Cap
OG: 1.064
FG: 1.007
ABV: 6.59
IBU: not provided
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 7
New Holland Brewing Co
Santa Rosa, CA
www.newhollandbrew.com
616-355-6422
The Trip is a deep, golden ale generously hopped with Magnum and the
seldom-used Citra hop, which produces flavors of grapefruit, peach and
passion fruit. Spiced with lemongrass and grains of paradise, The Trip is
fermented with a Belgian yeast strain for a hop-forward ale with swirling
fruit undertones.
From Fat Tire to Skinny Dip, New Belgium brews the gamut of rich-tasting
beers friendly to your health and that of the planet’s. From wind-power
to bio-diesel, and recycling heat to recycling water, the brewery knows
itÆs not just about brewing great beers, but making sure that future
generations can, too!
The Trip
OG: 1.066
FG: 1.010
ABV: 7.5
IBU: 55
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 2
New Belgium Brewing Co
Fort Collins, CO
www.newbelgium.com
970-221-0524
This deep golden, mild and malty American IPA unites hops with fresh
mountain spring water. Late hop additions contribute floral and pine
aromas reminiscent of Mt. Shasta. The Simcoe hop profile starts smooth
and builds up to a mellow, bitter finish. A generous dry hop emphasizes a
green hop accent and enjoyable mountain-high aroma. Mt High IPA took
first place in the 2008 California Brewers Festival.
Mt. Shasta opened in 2004 in buildings that originally housed the Medo-
Bel Creamery in Weed, CA on the I-5 corridor. Mt. Shasta now distributes
five brews in bottles, including a Shastafarian Porter, Mountain High IPA,
Abner Weed Amber, Weed Golden Ale and Lemurian Golden Lager. Each is
capped with the slogan, “A Friend in Weed is a Friend Indeed.”
Mountain High IPA
OG: 1.060
FG: 1.010
ABV: 7
IBU: 65
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 1
Mt Shasta Brewing Co
Weed, CA
www.weedales.com
530-938-2394
The hop levels are kept low so you can taste the delicate flavor of the
pomegranate concentrate that gives this beer its unique fruit flavor. Great
Western Wheat and Gambrinus Pale malts give the beer its base and
golden color. This beer took silver at the California State Fair in 2008.
Brendan Moylan opened this 20-barrel brewery in 1995, now boasting
eight 40-barrel fermenters and a 20-barrel bright tank. Moylan’s brews
about 20 different styles of beer with an annnual output of over 4,000-
barrels. If you visit the pub after 11:30 a.m., chances are you’ll find it open
- it closes only on Christmas and Easter.
Pomegranate Wheat
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.009
ABV: 4.79
IBU: 8
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 1
Moylan’s Brewing Co
Novato, CA
www.moylans.com
415-898-4677
This IPA won the Hillsdale Brewfest to earn the right to represent
McMenamins at the OBF. Made with five different malts - Pilsen, Vienna,
Amber, Special aromatic and C-120 - and a clean American ale yeast, it is
bittered and flavored in abundance with Chinook and Sterling hops. Extra
Chinooks are added for dry-hopping.
Concordia Brewery is located in McMenamins Kennedy School. Built in
1915, this former grade school is now home to a hotel, restaurant, four
bars, a movie theater, and a soaking pool. School was never so fun when
we were kids.
Hot for Teacher IPA
OG: 1.065
FG: 1.010
ABV: 7.09
IBU: 73
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 4
McMenamins Concordia Brewery
Portland, OR
www.mcmenamins.com
503-249-7459
36 37
The grain bill for this one is simple - almost 100% Great Western Premium
2-Row, with a touch of Caramel 20 malt - leaving plenty of room for you to
taste the Centennial, Amarillo and Cascade hops. The beer is dry-hopped
twice with Amarillo - once “warm” in the fermenter, and then again in the
cold conditioning tank. This gives the beer extra hop flavor without extra
bitterness.
The original Port Townsend Brewing Co. was one of the largest breweries
of its time before being shut down by Washington’s Prohibition initiative
in 1914. Kim and Guy Sands opened the new namesake brewery in 1997.
One of the few breweries practicing open fermentation, it produces 13
styles of beer in its home on the Olympic Peninsula.
Hop Diggidy IPA
OG: 1.058
FG: 1.015
ABV: 5.59
IBU: 70
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6
Port Townsend Brewing Co
Port Townsend, WA
www.porttownsendbrewing.com
360-385-9967
This big, full-bodied beer has a complex flavor profile with a yeasty nose,
fruity esters and malty dryness. Hints of honey, spice and exotic fruit play
with your senses. Pale, Pils, Wheat and Aromatic malts are given a boost by
candi sugar. Nugget and Saaz hops give it just enough bitterness to balance.
Gold Medal Winner, 2008 North American Brewers Assn.
Michael Jackson called Pike Brewing, founded in 1989 by Charles and Rose
Ann Finkel, “a shrine to beer.” Located just a few steps from the world-
famous Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle, Pike produces distinctive
quality classic ales such as Naughty Nellie’s, Kilt Lifter Scotch ale, and the
estimable winter seasonal XXXXX Stout in its 30-barrel brewery.
Monk’s Uncle
OG: 1.075
FG: 1.010
ABV: 9
IBU: 32
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 4
Pike Brewing Co
Seattle, WA
www.pikebrewing.com
206-622-6044
Clean and spicy, with orange peel & coriander seed, this Belgian-style
wheat beer is unfiltered and great on a hot summer day. Brewed with
American 2-Row, White Wheat, Carapils, rolled oats and Belgian
acidulated malt and lightly hopped with Nugget and Mt Hood, it won the
2004 People’s Choice Award at the Newport Microbrew Festival.
Founded in 1987, Oregon Trail is one of the oldest breweries in Oregon.
It produces an IPA, Ginseng Porter, Northern English Brown Ale, and
“Beavertail” Pale Ale year round, along with seasonals Bourbon Barrel
Porter, Smoked Scotch Ale, Kolsch, and Cream Ale. The brewery, located in a
three-story gravity fed building in downtown Corvallis, currently harbors one
of the nation’s youngest brewmasters, having started at the age of 20.
Oregon Trail Wit
OG: 1.044
FG: 1.009
ABV: 4.5
IBU: 28
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 3
Oregon Trail Brewery
Corvallis, OR
www.oregontrailbrewery.com
541-758-3527
Pale, Munich and Franco-Belges aromatic malts were boosted with
organic Oregon honey to provide more fermentables without cloying
sweetness in the finished beer. Copious amounts of Centennial, Simcoe,
Amarillo Gold and Tettnanger hops balance all that malt with citrusy, spicy
bitterness. Part of the brew was aged in Kentucky Bourbon barrels.
The Old Market Pub and Brewery is cranking out some very fine beers
in its new 15-barrel brewery. The huge dining room and bar - and fair-
weather deck - provide a relaxing environment to try its all-organic beers
over a weekend breakfast and watch NFL football on the new flat-screen
plasma and LCD TVs.
The Kraken Imperial IPA
OG: 1.082
FG: 1.015
ABV: 8.90
IBU: 103
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 8
Old Market Pub & Brewery
Portland, OR
www.drinkbeerhere.com
503-244-2337
Gray skies are a regular part of life in Western Oregon. Overcast Espresso
Stout is the dark and silky stout we crave while giving us the shot of
organic espresso we need. After extracting all the goodness possible out
of organic 2-Row, chocolate malt, C-120 malt, and roasted barley, the
finished beer is steeped in locally roasted, cold-pressed organic espresso.
I’ll have mine with cream and sugar, please.
Oakshire, founded as Willamette Brewery in 2006, crafts four year-round
and many seasonal beers in its 15-barrel brewhouse. Already available
on tap in Portland, look for its beers in bottles sometime this year.
Brewmaster Matt van Wyk was the 2006 GABF small brewpub brewer of
the year while brewing for Flossmoor Station in Chicago.
Overcast Espresso Stout
OG: 1.058
FG: 1.014
ABV: 5.79
IBU: 37
Color: Black
On tap at Trailer: 7
Oakshire Brewing
Eugene, OR
www.oakbrew.com
541-688-4555
Named for the delicate engravings popularized by 19th century seafarers,
this GABF gold-medal winner is a fresh tasting Pilsner brewed in the finest
European tradition using Munich malt and Hallertauer and Tettnang hops.
Scrimshaw has a subtle hop character, a crisp, clean palate, and a dry finish.
A pioneer in the craft beer movement, North Coast opened in 1988 as a
local brewpub in the historic town of Fort Bragg, located on CaliforniaÆs
Mendocino Coast. Other fine beers include Red Seal Ale, Old Rasputin,
PranQster, Brother Thelonious and Le Merle. North Coast has been named
one of the Top Ten Breweries in the World by ChicagoÆs Beverage Testing
Institute.
Scrimshaw
OG: 1.045
FG: 1.010
ABV: 4.40
IBU: 22
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 3
North Coast Brewing Co
Fort Bragg, CA
www.northcoastbrewing.com
707-964-BREW
38 39
Two-row Pal e mal t , rol l ed oat s, and a hi nt of chocol at e mal t f orm t he base
of t hi s mal t -f orward brew. Turbi nado sugar provi des more f erment abl es
and hel ps i t fini sh dry. M oderat e amount s of Gal ena hops bi t t er t he brew
j ust enough f or bal ance, and Tet t nangers are added f or a l i t t l e spi cy hop
flavor and floral aroma.
St art i ng wi t h a 20-barrel syst em i n t he brew house, Scut t l ebut t brewed i t s
first beer on Jul y 4, 1996. Si nce t hen, i t has grown t o i ncl ude 320-barrel s
of f erment er/ bri ght t ank capaci t y i n a new, expanded l ocat i on, and has
broadened i t s product l i ne t o i ncl ude more t han 17 st yl es of handcraf t ed
al es.
Tripel 7 Belgian Style Ale
OG: 1.076
FG: 1.008
ABV: 8.90
IBU: 11
Col or: Gol den
On t ap at Trai l er: 4
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co
Everet t , WA
www.scut t l ebut t brewi ng.com
425-257-9316
Rogue l i kes t o do t hi ngs di f f erent l y, and Lat ona Pal e Al e i s no except i on.
Unl i ke every ot her beer at t he f est i val , i t i s a one-hop, one-mal t st rong
pal e al e. The hops are M t . Rai ni er speci al t y hops and t he mal t i s a Franco-
Bel ges speci al aromat i c mal t of French ori gi n.
M ast er brewer John M ai er produces awesome beers at t he Rogue
Brewery i n Newport , OR. Rogue i s known f or creat i vi t y, flavor, and
vari et y - i t produces more t han 30 beers! M any of i t s beers are avai l abl e
t he Fl anders St . pub, about a mi l e f rom t he f est i val grounds, whi ch al so
houses a mi crodi st i l l ery. Cat ch t he Rogue Bus t hroughout t he f est i val .
Lat ona Pal e Al e
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.015
ABV: 6.29
IBU: 48
Col or: Li ght Amber
On t ap at Trai l er: 3
Rogue Ales
Newport , OR
www.rogue.com
541-961-5265
The down economy l ef t brewer Van Havi g wi t h an oversuppl y of hops.
What t o do? Pl ease t he OBF crowd, t hat ’s what . Heavi ng hoppi ng i n t he
ket t l e and hop back and doubl e dry-hoppi ng wi t h t he l i kes of Cascade,
Amari l l o, Si mcoe and Cryst al gi ve t hi s beer not onl y i t s aggressi ve
bi t t erness but huge hop aroma and flavor as wel l .
Rock Bot t om i s l ocat ed j ust a f ew st umbl es away f rom t he f est i val
grounds. It put s t oget her a wi de-rangi ng l i neup of i nt erest i ng, wel l -made
beers t o compl ement i t s i nf ormal Ameri can cui si ne and l i vel y bar scene.
The brewers have wi de l at i t ude t o creat e i nvent i ve brews such as Ned
Fl anders Al e.
Eat a Bal e o’ Hops IPA
OG: 1.062
FG: 1.012
ABV: 6.20
IBU: 80
Col or: Gol den
On t ap at Trai l er: 6
Rock Bottom Brewery
Port l and, OR
www.rockbot t om.com
503-796-BREW
Good ol d-f ashi oned rol l ed oat s gi ve t hi s dark, smoot h st out i t s creamy
t ext ure. It s compl ex gri st i ncl udes Pal e 2-Row, M uni ch, Bl ack Pat ent , C-15,
Vi enna and Chocol at e mal t s, roast ed barl ey and rol l ed oat s. Wi t h t hi s
beer, you can sat i sf y t oni ght ’s t hi rst and get a head st art on t omorrow’s
breakf ast .
Nest l ed beneat h t he grai n-ri ch rol l i ng hi l l s of Pal ouse i n Cl arkst on, WA,
near t he confluence of Idaho’s Cl earwat er Ri ver and t he mi ght y Snake,
Ri verport Brewi ng’s goal i s t o put t he flavor back i nt o your beer. Try i t s five
year-round beers and a new seasonal Bock beer i n i t s new t aproom.
Ol d M an Ri ver
Oat meal St out
OG: 1.052
FG: 1.010
ABV: 5.40
IBU: 29
Col or: Bl ack
On t ap at Trai l er: 3
Ri verport Brewing Co
Cl arkst on, WA
www.ri verport brewi ng.com
509-758-8889
Bel gi an candi sugar i s added t o t hi s st rong Bel gi an-st yl e al e t o gi ve i t an
al cohol boost and t o keep i t dri er i n t he fini sh. 2-Row, M uni ch, Caramel
and Wheat mal t s provi de i t s mal t y base, and a Bel gi an yeast gi ves i t
t hat charact eri st i c ol d worl d flavor. Bi t t ered i n moderat i on wi t h Nort hern
Brewer hops, Saaz are added i n t he whi rl pool f or ext ra spi ce and aroma.
2008 and 2009 Gol d M edal Wi nner û Nort h Ameri can Brewers Assn.
Paul Shi pman and Gordon Bowker f ounded Redhook Al e Brewery i n
1981; i n 1987, Redhook l aunched what has si nce become i t s flagshi p al e:
ESB. Wi t h t wo st at e-of -t he-art breweri es, l ocat ed i n Woodi nvi l l e, WA
and Port smout h, NH, Redhook has become t he nat i on’s fif t h l argest craf t
brewer, del i veri ng f resh beer across t he count ry.
Redhook Bel gi an Tri pel
OG: 1.082
FG: 1.008
ABV: 10.30
IBU: 24
Col or: Li ght Amber
On t ap at Trai l er: 6
Redhook Ale Brewery
Woodi nvi l l e, WA
www.redhook.com
425-483-3232
Formerl y known as Pyrami d Hef ewei zen (same beer, new name), t hi s
beer has won Gol d at t he 2004 GABF, Si l ver at t he 1997 Worl d Beer
Champi onshi ps, and Bronze at t he 2000 Worl d Beer Cup. Unfil t ered i n t he
Bavari an st yl e, i t i s l i ght l y hopped t o al l ow t he mal t y wheat flavor t o pour
t hrough.
Pyrami d has been brewi ng qual i t y craf t al es and l agers i n Seat t l e f or more
t han t wo decades, wi nni ng 30+ GABF medal s i n t hat t i me. Now wi t h
breweri es i n Seat t l e, Port l and and Berkel ey, Pyrami d cont i nues t o brew
award-wi nni ng wheat beers i nspi red by Bavari an t radi t i on, as wel l as a
vari et y of craf t and seasonal brews.
Haywi re Hef ewei zen
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.013
ABV: 5.20
IBU: 18
Col or: Gol den
On t ap at Trai l er: 4
Pyramid Breweries
Seat t l e, WA
www.pyrami dbrew.com
206 682-3377
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Festivale is made in the style of British strong or “old” ales. Brewed to
be fairly dry, it has huge, complex malt and hop flavors with a nice little
alcoholic warmth in the finish. Deep ruby brown in color, it will produce a
fine cream colored cascading head. If you like strong ales, this might be
one of your new favorites.
Like an oasis in the desert, Terminal Gravity serves quality, flavorful beers
from its home base in tiny Enterprise, OR. Its beers are as big as the
scenery of the beautiful Wallowa Mountains under whose shadow they
are brewed. TG industriously pumps out enough beer to be in the top 10
Oregon breweries from its tiny homemade five-barrel brewhouse.
Festivale
OG: 1.070
FG: 1.012
ABV: 8.30
IBU: 73
Color: Brown
On tap at Trailer: 1
Terminal Gravity Brewing
Enterprise, OR
www.terminalgravitybrewing.com
541-426-0158
New for 2009, Horizon Red boasts six hop additions - four in the kettle,
one in the whirlpool, and one in the fermenter for extra aroma and flavor.
Summit, Horizon, Amarillo and Cascade hops give it a floral, citrusy nose
and enough bitterness to balance the 2-Row, Caramel, Wheat and Black
Patent malts. A highly attenuative American ale strain adds fruity esters
and a dry, crisp finish.
Founded in 1986, Summit Brewing’s goal is to bring back the remarkable
craft beers once brewed throughout the upper Midwest. Summit’s dozen
beers, available in 13 states, are all brewed with traditional ingredients
and methods in small batches, earning Summit multiple GABF awards.
Horizon Red Ale
OG: 1.053
FG: not provided
ABV: 5.70
IBU: 65
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 2
Summit Brewing Co
St Paul, MN
www.summitbrewing.com
651-265-7800
This hybrid is part California IPA, part Belgian, and 100% Stone. Columbus,
Chinook and Centennial hops boost this brew into the IPA range of 77 IBUs,
with further Chinooks added at dry-hopping for more aroma. The Belgian yeast
strain gives it culture and worldliness and a flavor unique among IPAs.
Greg Koch and Steve Wagner founded Stone Brewing Co. in 1996 so
they could make beers they liked to drink - and they have stuck to that
philosophy. They now brew 12 different beers in their Escondido brewery,
including IPA and Arrogant Bastard Ales. Special Release beers, made in a
single batch only once a year, include Old Guardian Barely Wine, Imperial
Russian Stout and the coveted Vertical Epic Ale.
Stone Cali-Belgique IPA
OG: 1.064
FG: 1.012
ABV: 6.90
IBU: 77
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 6
Stone Brewing Co
Escondido, CA
www.stonebrew.com
760-471-4999
Four additions of five different hops - Nugget, Crystal, Cascade, Centennial
and Amarillo (including a final infusion of Amarillo for dry-hopping) push
this brew’s hop character into the ozone. All of the malt is organic: Briess
2-Row, Munich and Crystal 60. SafBrew US-05 ale yeast produces very
little diacetyl for a clean, crisp finish.
Founded in 1996, Standing Stone is Ashland’s only full service restaurant
and brewery, located downtown in the Whittle Garage, a National Historic
Registered building. All Standing Stone ales are made in 10-barrel
batches using more than 80% organic malts. Grub includes soups, salads,
sandwiches and wood-fired-oven pizzas.
Double India Pale Ale
OG: 1.075
FG: 1.014
ABV: 7.79
IBU: 80
Color: Light Amber
On tap at Trailer: 7
Standing Stone Brewing Co
Ashland, OR
www.standingstonebrewing.com
541-482-2448
Mai Bock is Sprecher’s spring seasonal offering, a deceptively strong
pale lager, big in alcohol and malt flavor, with rich hop character and a
light fruit bouquet. Caramel, Pale and Wheat malts give it the big body
and maltiness. Mt Hood, Tettnanger and Willamette hops spice up the
nose and provide just enough bitterness to balance. Eight weeks of aging
rounds out its malty smoothness.
Founded in 1985, Sprecher was the first microbrewery in Milwaukee, WI
since Prohibition. This small, neighborhood brewery was crafted after those
founder Randy Sprecher visited in Augsburg, Germany. Sprecher uses old-
world brewing methods to make European-style beers and gourmet sodas.
Mai Bock
OG: 1.060
FG: 1.014
ABV: 6
IBU: 24
Color: Dark Amber
On tap at Trailer: 5
Sprecher Brewing Co
Glendale, WI
www.sprecherbrewery.com
414-964-7837
One of the OBF’s most unique brews, this ale/lager Acidulated malts with
relatively hard water, then hopped with high-alpha Challenger and Perle
hops as well as low-alpha Crystal, Sterling and Czech Saaz, which are more
common to continental lagers. Its lager yeast provides a rich but crisp, dry
finish. People’s choice winner at the 2008 Medford Battle of the Bones.
Southern Oregon Brewing crafts beers using ale-based recipes, but ferments
them with a Danish lager yeast at temperatures warmer than most traditional
lagers. Crafted to be paired with food as well as to stand alone, its offerings
include a Gold, Pale, Porter, Red and Na Zdravi Czech Pilsner.
SOB Gold
OG: 1.048
FG: 1.011
ABV: 4.5
IBU: 20
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Southern Oregon Brewing Co
Medford, OR
www.sobrewing.com
541-776-9898
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The reason for this beer’s popularity is no secret among Gasthaus-goers.
Thick, black, roasty and strong, its malt bill includes 2-Row Pale, Caramel
60L, Extra Special, Roast and Chocolate malst. Northern Brewer and East
Kent Goldings are added at the boil and at whirlpool. We would tell you
more, but then we’d have to kill you.
What started as a dream for two ordinary brothers who loved beer has
become a reality for two ordinary brothers who still love beer. Kurt and Rob
Widmer helped lead the Pacific Northwest craft beer movement in 1984
when, in their twenties, they dreamed of brewing American interpretations
of authentic European style beers. Based in Portland, OR, the brewery
currently produces a variety of award-winning craft beers including Widmer
Hefeweizen, Drifter Pale Ale, Drop Top Amber Ale and Broken Halo IPA.
KGB
OG: 1.084
FG: 1.020
ABV: 9
IBU: 70
Color: Black
On tap at Trailer: 6
Organic:
Sustainable:
Widmer Bros. Brewing Co
Portland, OR
www.widmer.com
503-281-2437
Heaps of German and Czech whole hops give this pale lager a bracing,
herbal bite over layers of soft and smooth malt flavor. This refreshing
combination of tastes makes Prima a classy quencher in the tradition of
the great Pilsners of Europe. Dry and delightful, this is an elegant beer.
Begun by two childhood friends on the back of a school bus in 1973,
Victory Brewing formally began operations in February of 1996. The
brewery now serves fans of full-flavored beers in 20 states.
Victory Prima Pils
OG: not provided
FG: not provided
ABV: 5.29
IBU: 42
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 5
Victory Brewing Co
Downingtown, PA
www.victorybeer.com
610-873-0881
This unfiltered American Wheat Ale is infused with real raspberries, not
syrup, into the secondary fermenter for four days before being racked to
a tertiary vessel for conditioning. The raspberries give the beer’s flavor a
pleasant mix of sweet fruit and tartness. Hop levels are kept low so you
can taste the berries.
Vertigo is one of the newest breweries in Oregon and at the OBF, founded
just last September in Hillsboro. This tiny brewery produces 10 to 12
barrels a month in one- barrel batches. Look for Friar Mike’s, its flagship
English-style IPA, or its German Alt, hoppy American Amber, seasonal
Cream Ale and Apricot ale.
Razz Wheat
OG: 1.051
FG: 1.012
ABV: 5.09
IBU: 16
Color: Red
On tap at Trailer: 1
Vertigo Brewing
Hillsboro, OR
www.vertigobrew.com
503-645-6644
Trumer Pils is a traditional European Pilsner brewed to the exacting
standards of Salzburg’s 400-year-old Trumer Brauerei. It has a creamy
head, effervescent mouthfeel and a slightly hoppy nose that gives way to
its signature clean, dry finish. The finest German and Austrian malts and
Austrian and Hallertauer hops give this Pilsner its crisp, bitter flavors.
With its sister brewery in Berkely, California, this historic Austrian
brewery brings its old-world traditions to the progressive brewing
environs of the US West Coast. Brewed exactly as it is in the old country,
Trumer Pils won a Gold medal at the 2006 European Beer Star Awards and
again at the 2007 Australian International Beer Awards.
Trumer Pils
OG: 1.046
FG: 1.008
ABV: 4.90
IBU: 26
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 2
Trumer Brauerei
Berkeley, CA
trumer-international.com
510-526-1160
200 Meter IPA is a true Northwest IPA - light and golden, almost orange
in color, with a primary focus on hop flavor and aroma. Horizon, Amarillo,
Centennial and Simcoe hops balance Northwest Pale and Munich malts,
Free Range coastal water and top-fermenting Pacman yeast.
The newest Rogue Nation Outpost, Track Town, aka Eugene City, opened
in October, 2004. Plans for this Rogue Nation outpost include having 34
taps, featuring both a huge selection of Rogue Ales & Lagers alongside
rotating guest beers and specialty imports.
200 Meter
OG: 1.064
FG:
ABV: 7.5
IBU: 90
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 1
Track Town Ales
Eugene, OR
www.rogue.com
541-961-5265
Stoneflye Rye is a unique beer utilizing 20% Rye Malt which provides a
pleasantly spicy character. This unfiltered brew is full bodied in flavor,
yet light on the palate with a smooth and dry finish. As soothing and
refreshing as Central Oregon’s mountain streams, even the most finicky of
fish canÆt turn their heads when this beer is presented.
Three Creeks, located in beautiful Central Oregon, offers a menu of
casual and unpretentious pub food in a family-friendly environment. Its
old west livery stable provides a comfortable, warm, rustic atmosphere
that includes a full restaurant, 10-barrel brewing system, comfortable bar
area with large-screen TVs and pool tables, and a large outdoor patio for
enjoying its hand-crafted ales.
Stonefly Rye
OG: 1.046
FG: 1.010
ABV: 4.59
IBU: 28
Color: Golden
On tap at Trailer: 8
Three Creeks Brewing Co
Sisters, OR
www.threecreeksbrewing.com
541-549-1963
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Anderson Valley Brewing Co
Bayern Brewing
Flying Fish Brewing Co
Great Divide Brewing Co
Marin Brewing Co
Moylan’s Brewing Co
Mt Shasta Brewing Co
Terminal Gravity Brewing
Track Town Ales
Vertigo Brewing
Blue Frog Grog & Grill
Caldera Brewing Co
Cascade Lakes Brewing Co
Fearless Brewing Co
Full Sail Brewing Co
Grand Teton Brewing Co
Lost Coast Brewery
New Belgium Brewing Co
Summit Brewing Co
Trumer Brauerei
Alameda Brewing Co
Alaskan Brewing Co
BridgePort Brewery
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Fish Brewing Co
Lucky Labrador Brewing Co
North Coast Brewing Co
Oregon Trail Brewery
Riverport Brewing Co
Rogue Ales
Bear Republic Brewing Co
Boundary Bay Brewery
Deschutes Brewery
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Lagunitas Brewing Co
MacTarnahan’s Brewing Co
McMenamins Concordia Brewery
Pike Brewing Co
Pyramid Breweries
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co
10 Barrel Brewing Co
Ballast Point Brewing
Firestone Walker Brewing Co
Laht Neppur Brewing Co
Laughing Dog Brewing
Lompoc Brewing Co
Ninkasi Brewing Co
Southern Oregon Brewing Co
Sprecher Brewing Co
Victory Brewing Co
Cascade Brewing at
the Raccoon Lodge
Collaborator
Eel River Brewing
Elysian Brewing Co
Green Flash Brewing Co
Hazel Dell Brewpub
Port Townsend Brewing Co
Redhook Ale Brewery
Rock Bottom Brewery
Stone Brewing Co
Widmer Bros. Brewing Co
10 Barrel Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 5
21st Amendment Brewery . . . . . . 7
Alameda Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 3
Alaskan Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Amnesia Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Anderson Valley Brewing Co . . . . . 1
Astoria Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Ballast Point Brewing . . . . . . . . . . 5
Bayern Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Bear Republic Brewing Co . . . . . . 4
Beer Valley Brewing Co. . . . . . . . . 8
Bison Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Blue Frog Grog & Grill . . . . . . . . . . 2
Boulder Beer Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Boulevard Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . 7
Boundary Bay Brewery . . . . . . . . . 4
BridgePort Brewery . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Caldera Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Cascade Brewing at
the Raccoon Lodge . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Cascade Lakes Brewing Co . . . . . 2
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen . . . . 3
Collaborator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Deschutes Brewery . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery . . . . . 4
Double Mountain
Brewery & Taproom . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Eel River Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Elysian Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fearless Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 2
Fifty Fifty Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 8
Firestone Walker Brewing Co . . . . 5
Fish Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Flying Fish Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . 1
Full Sail Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Golden Valley Brewery . . . . . . . . . 7
Grand Teton Brewing Co . . . . . . . . 2
Great Divide Brewing Co . . . . . . . . 1
Great Northern Brewing Co . . . . . . 8
Green Flash Brewing Co . . . . . . . . 6
Hazel Dell Brewpub . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Hopworks Urban Brewery . . . . . . . 8
Kona Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Lagunitas Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . 4
Laht Neppur Brewing Co. . . . . . . . 5
Laughing Dog Brewing . . . . . . . . . 5
Laurelwood Brewing Co . . . . . . . . 7
Lazy Boy Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 7
Lompoc Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Lost Coast Brewery . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Lucky Labrador Brewing Co . . . . . 3
MacTarnahan’s Brewing Co . . . . . 4
Marin Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
McMenamins Concordia Brewery . 4
Moylan’s Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 1
Mt Shasta Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . 1
New Belgium Brewing Co . . . . . . . 2
New Holland Brewing Co . . . . . . . 7
Ninkasi Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 5
North Coast Brewing Co . . . . . . . . 3
Oakshire Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Old Market Pub & Brewery . . . . . . 8
Oregon Trail Brewery . . . . . . . . . . 3
Pike Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Port Townsend Brewing Co . . . . . . 6
Pyramid Breweries . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Redhook Ale Brewery . . . . . . . . . . 6
Riverport Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 3
Rock Bottom Brewery . . . . . . . . . . 6
Rogue Ales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . 4
Southern Oregon Brewing Co . . . . 5
Sprecher Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . 5
Standing Stone Brewing Co . . . . . 7
Stone Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Summit Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Terminal Gravity Brewing . . . . . . . 1
Three Creeks Brewing Co . . . . . . . 8
Track Town Ales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Trumer Brauerei . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Vertigo Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Victory Brewing Co . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Widmer Bros. Brewing Co . . . . . . . 6
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Rock Bottom offers fresh,
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Old Man River Oatmeal Stout
Organic Chocolate Stout
Overcast Espresso Stout
KGB
Riverport Brewing Co
Bison Brewing Co
Oakshire Brewing
Widmer Bros. Brewing Co
Abbey Dubbel
Dragon Breath Dark Heff
Neddy's Brown Nut
Coconut Brown Ale
Bitch Creek
Flashback Anniversary Ale
Festivale
Flying Fish Brewing Co
Bayern Brewing
Laht Neppur Brewing Co
Kona Brewing Co
Grand Teton Brewing Co
Boulder Beer Co
Terminal Gravity Brewing
Razz Wheat
Stumptown Tart
Lazy Boy Red Head
Crazy Ivan
Organic Rise Up Red
India Red Ale ("IRA")
Horizon Red Ale
Vertigo Brewing
BridgePort Brewery
Lazy Boy Brewing Co
Bear Republic Brewing Co
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom
Summit Brewing Co
Mai Bock
Manifesto Pale Ale
El Torero
Sprecher Brewing Co
Fifty Fifty Brewing Co
Alameda Brewing Co
Saison Christophe
Redhook Belgian Tripel
Chuckanut Dortmunder Lager
Miss Spelt
Organic Wild Salmon Pale Ale
Radiant Summer Ale
Amarillo Double Dry Hopped Pale Ale
Lagunitas New DogTown Pale Ale
Latona Pale Ale
Summer Grifter
The Trip
Titan IPA
Mountain High IPA
Hot for Teacher IPA
Bald Peak IPA
Double India Pale Ale
Big Eye IPA
Bitter Bitch
The Kraken
Imperial IPA
Collaborator
Redhook Ale Brewery
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
Deschutes Brewery
Fish Brewing Co
Ninkasi Brewing Co
Boundary Bay Brewery
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