Oct 3, 2014

2014 Beers Made By Walking in Portland - Oct. 11

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Beers Made By Walking - Portland 2014
Sat. October 11th /// 12-5pm
Belmont Station /// Cheese Bar /// Horse Brass Pub
Pay per pint


Beers Made By Walking and the Forest Park Conservancy are announcing the release of fourteen new beers that gain their inspiration from the Oregon landscape. On October 11th, from 12-5pm, the beers will be available at three of Portland’s famous beer bars: Cheese Bar, Belmont Station, and Horse Brass Pub. Proceeds from the beer will be donated to the Forest Park Conservancy.

Eight of the beers come directly from our summer series of public hikes with brewers that was led by Forest Park Conservancy. The remaining beers come from state-wide breweries that have participated in other Oregon-based hikes. Examples of the brews that will be available include: a beer made with yeast and bacteria harvested in an old growth area of Forest Park, another will be brewed with Salal Berry, a berry that is seen in the late summer on some trails.

Drinkers can visit any of the three pubs in any order from 12-5pm. For those interested in a scheduled walk between venues, our friends at Oregon Walks have organized a walking tour as part of their Walktober program. The tour begins at Belmont Station at 12pm and you can sign up for it here.


List of brewers:
Agrarian
Breakside
Burnside
Claim 52
Coalition
Flat Tail
Fort George
Ground Breaker (Harvester)
Hopworks
Laurelwood
Sasquatch
Seven Brides
Thunder Island
Vagabond


Locations: 
Cheese Bar: 6031 SE Belmont St, Portland
Belmont Station: 4500 SE Stark St, Portland
Horse Brass Pub: 4534 SE Belmont St, Portland