Stay Home, Drink Beer Virtual Beer Festival | $5, Virtual Brewery Tours, Bob Ross-style Painting Class, Live Music w/ Leadbetter Music
Stay Home, Drink Beer Virtual Beer Festival
May 2, 2020
1-5p | $5
Missing your favorite brewery? We get it. That’s why we’re bringing Oregon brewers – virtually – into your living room!
Join us from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, for the Stay Home, Drink Beer Virtual Festival. This digital dive into Oregon craft beer features brewers from across the state giving behind-the-scenes brewery tours, discussing upcoming releases, exploring beer styles and history, and much more. The fest is a fundraiser for the Oregon Brewers Guild.
A few fest highlights include:
- Josh pFriem leading a live tour of pFriem Family Brewers Cascade Locks facility and barrel-room
- John Harris sharing the story behind Ecliptic Brewing and discussing upcoming special releases.
- Portland Brewing and the The Unipiper discussing their Unipiper Hazy IPA collab.
- Sean Burke and Sam Pecoraro from Von Ebert Brewing discussing IPA variants and mixed-culture fermentation.
- A beer-themed, Bob Ross-style painting class with Leikam Brewing Company.
- Fun-facts with McMenamins Pubs, Breweries & Historic Hotels
- Plus multiple brewery tours, and live tunes with Leadbetter Music. Stay tuned for a full schedule!
The fest will include live content through two exclusive channels, a private Facebook group and a Zoom room. Digital entry to the festival is $5 and includes access to both live channels. T-shirts and Oregon Beer Box raffle tickets are also available – see here.
The list of participating breweries is growing, and already includes: Barsideous Brewing, Bend Brewing Company, Bent Shovel, Craft Kitchen & Brewery, Deschutes Brewery, Ecliptic Brewing, Great Notion Brewing, Leikam Brewing, Lucky Labrador, McMenamins, Migration Brewing, Ninkasi Brewing, Ordnance, Portland Brewing, Portland U-Brew & Unicorn Brewing, StormBreaker Brewing, The Ale Apothecary, Threshold Brewing and Blending, Von Ebert Brewing, West Coast Grocery, Worthy Brewing and Wild Ride Brewing.
While brewers can’t come to pour a beer, over 100 breweries across the state are offering delivery and takeout. Find a comprehensive list of options here.
As the name implies, this festival is all about staying at home. Please abide by social distancing guidelines and drink responsibly.