Sunday, March 24, 2013

Portland Farmhouse & Wild Ale Festival At Saraveza

At last a festival featuring two of my favorite beer styles! Check out the tap list. If these are your favorite beer styles as well, then this is one event not to be missed.

Cost: $20 for commemorative glass and 10 drink tickets
Saturday March 30th 1-10pm
Sunday March 31st 1-9pm
Saraveza and Saraveza's Bad Habit Room

The Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival debuting March 30th and 31st at Saraveza and neighboring Bad Habit Room is excited to announce our diverse taplist. Increasing from the initially planned 20+ beers to now over 30 farmhouse and wild ales from across the country.

During the festival Saraveza will be offering a special "Farmhouse Cheese Plate" put together by Steve Jones of Cheese Bar and Saraveza's wonderful kitchen staff as well as offering a food special or two that will pair well with the beers.


  1. Agrarian Ales    Coalescence Spring Saison
  2. Anchorage    The Tides and its Takers Triple
  3. Anchorage    Anadromous
  4. Anchorage    Rondy Brew
  5. Block 15    2011 Provision
  6. Block 15    2011 Demon's Farm
  7. Block 15    Caves Saison
  8. Boulevard    Tank 7
  9. Breakside    French Fennel Farmhouse
  10. Bruery    Sour in the Rye
  11. Bruery    Saison de Lente
  12. Cascade    Grand Saison
  13. Commons    Myrtle
  14. Crux  Saison
  15. Humble    Saaz Saison
  16. Jolly Pumpkin    Bam Biere
  17. Logsdon    Seizeon Bretta
  18. Logsdon    Far West Vlaming
  19. New Belgium    Brett Beer
  20. New Belgium    Biere de Mars
  21. Ommegang    Biere d'Hougoumont
  22. Ommegang    Hennepin
  23. Ommegang    Art of Darkness
  24. Pfriem    Saison
  25. Pfriem    Black Saison
  26. Pfriem    Super Saison
  27. Solera    French Tickler (Grisette)
  28. Solera    Lapin Lover (Wild Kriek)
  29. Telegraph    Obscura Vulpine w/ Blackberries
  30. Upright    Byrd Stout
  31. Upright    Barrel-Aged Seven
On opening at 1pm on Saturday March 30th an initial list of 20 beers will be available at either Saraveza's bar or the Bad Habit Room with the other 11+ beers rotating in over the 2 days of the festival as kegs kick. Tickets are on sale now for $20 which includes a commemorative Farmhouse Festival glass and 10 drink tickets good for a 4oz sample of beer (some beers are more expensive and cost 2 tickets per sample). You are encouraged to purchase tickets here before they sell out. Sales day-of will be CASH ONLY if there are glasses left.

Saturday March 30th 1-10pm & Sunday March 31st 1-9pm At Saraveza, outside sidewalk and Saraveza’s Speakeasy,Bad Habit Room.

About Saraveza:
Derived from the owner’s name and the Spanish word for beer, Saraveza Bottle Shop & Pasty Tavern is a place to celebrate craft beer, eat well and enjoy friends and strangers alike.  We’re a North Portland watering hole and craft beer convenience store w/ 250+ bottles and 9 rotating taps. Whether you’re new to the brew scene and need some guidance or an old pro just looking for something rare, Saraveza’s beertenders will find a flavor that works for you. 


Nitch said...

It is funny, but there are way more French - or French style inspired - beers on that list then are available in France itself. God Bless you Portland for keeping the craft alive.

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