Returning for it’s 5th year and larger than ever, the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival will increase it’s footprint both in outdoor tented space as well as a new Friday evening VIP session from 4-9pm. One of the annual festival exclusives, the 5th annual official fest beer is a single barrel spontaneously fermented wild ale from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales. Bottles will be available at the festival each day in limited amounts at opening. Over fifty different farmhouse ales will be
Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival and the inaugural Farmhouse Weekend celebrate the rustic, working-class, yeast-driven beers that originated in France and Belgium but have had a new renaissance in the United States. Oregon being home to many great farmhouse brewers like Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, The Ale Apothecary, Alesong Brewing & Blending, The Commons Brewery, Upright Brewing, pFriem Family Brewers, Agrarian Ales, De Garde, Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, Ruse Brewing, Great Notion Brewing, Culmination Brewing, Yachats Brewing, Reach Break Brewing, all who will be participating in this years festivities.
The beer and brewery lineup is not simply limited to local beers though, expect beers and brewers from: Perennial Artisan Ales (St. Louis, MO) Wander Brewing (Bellingham, WA), Engine House No. 9 (Tacoma, WA), Urban Family Brewing (Seattle, WA), Three Magnets Brewing (Olympia, WA), Matchless Brewing (Olympia, WA), Propolis Brewing (Port Townsend, WA), Almanac (SF, CA), Crooked Stave Artisan (Denver, CO), The Buery (Placentia, CA), Blackberry Farms (Walland, TN), Against the Grain Brewing (Louisville, KY), Stillwater Artisan Ales, and many more to be announced.
The Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival is looking for volunteers to pour beers, work operations and security over the three days. Volunteers receive festival entry, a meal and a Saraveza gift certificate. Any interested parties, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org