Main Festival Beers

Oregon Brewers Festival

Main Festival Beers

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21st Amendment Brewery

Watermelon Funk | Belgian Style Fruit Beer

Brewed with real watermelon juice from the Columbia Valley and Sierra snow melt from the great Mokelumne River Watershed, this new twist on 21st Amendment’s Watermelon Wheat is fermented with French saison yeast to lend an estery, spicy and slight barnyard character. The grain base of two-row pale and white wheat is bittered with a single dose of Magnum hops at the beginning of the boil to preserve the fruit-forward aromas and flavors. 6.7% ABV, 14 IBU

San Leandro, CA |

54°40' Brewing Company

Art AllAzaccas | American Style India Pale Ale

This West Coast style IPA is a tribute to Portland’s own Art Alexakis of Everclear, who once sparkled brightly and has since faded like so much afterglow. A simple base of two-row malt lets the Azacca hops shine through like the cutting lyrics of Father of Mine. The brewers swear they listened to Everclear for eight hours straight in the brewhouse while brewing this IPA. 54°40′ invites you to raise a glass to Everclear and all of the lost CD cases of our youth. 6.1% ABV, 65 IBU

Washougal, WA |

Alameda Brewing Company

Touch of Orange | Belgian Style Pale Ale

Alameda did everything it could to make this beer as orange as possible. Sweet orange peel flavored the wort, made from German pilsner, Munich, white wheat and dark Belgian specialty malts and bittered with Bravo hops. Dry hopped with Citra, Galena and Centennial, it’s fermented with a Belgian yeast that lends a clean, citrus and spicy character. The original gravity is close to “45,” but it won’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth. 6% ABV, 32 IBU

Portland, OR |

Ancestry Brewing

Tiny Umbrellas Experimental Hop IPA | India Pale Ale

Tiny Umbrellas was made to showcase two of the exciting hop varieties that have come around recently: Bru 1 and HBC 472. Bru 1, prized for its canned pineapple and pine characteristics, makes for a beautiful late hop addition. HBC 472, one of the more unique hops to hit the market recently, exhibits flavors of toasted coconut, wood and bourbon. Together, they blend to make a sweet and drinkable tropical fruit character that will have you searching for the nearest beach blanket. 7% ABV, 73 IBU

Tualatin, OR |

Anchor Brewing

Blackberry Daze IPA | Fruit IPA

A synergistic union of blackberries and hops, this IPA gets its hop bitterness in the brewhouse. Most of the action, however, is in the cellar, where the fruit is added during secondary fermentation. A special blend of loamy, herbaceous dry hops complements the bright, deep complexity of the blackberries. The result is a sublimely intense synthesis of rich earth, ripe fruit, hop bitterness and blackberry tartness, with alluring color and aromas up front and a refreshingly dry finish. 6.5% ABV, 50 IBU

San Francisco, CA |

Anderson Valley Brewing Company

G&T Gose | Contemporary Gose

This gose is made with lemongrass, lemon peel, grains of paradise, cinchona bark, juniper, cucumber and even a bit of salt, but its signature tart flavor derives from a kettle souring process with lactobacillus bacteria. But over 95% of this beer is Rudy Nebs: pristine Boonville mineral water. Brewed with two-row pale, cara crystal and wheat malts, it’s relatively low in alcohol, so don’t shy away from grabbing a full mug! 4.2% ABV, 12 IBU

Boonville, California |

Aslan Brewing Co.

Disco Lemonade | Berliner Style Weisse

This refreshingly sour wheat beer is brewed to style, which dates back to the Middle Ages and is often referred to as “The People’s Champagne.” The tartness of this beer will bring out hints of lemon, while the generous amount of wheat will round out the body lending a remarkable similarity to lemonade. Enjoy as is or add a shot of Raspberry syrup for a twist! 4.5% ABV, 4 IBU

Bellingham, WA |

Backwoods Brewing Company

Blueberry Sour | American Style Sour Ale

Backwoods’ Blueberry Sour starts off with a pleasant blueberry aroma and subtle tartness, and is followed with a more subtle blueberry taste that is perfect for the palate. Kettle soured following strict guidelines and using cultures from Nancy’s Natural Yogurt, out of Eugene, OR. A simple grist of two-row and white wheat malt gets a triple hop dose in the kettle for balance. The beer’s unique water source is Rock Creek, which flows above Stevenson and provides some of the best water in Washington State. 5.2% ABV, 20 IBU

Carson, WA |

Baerlic Brewing Co.

Dropping Acid Psychedelic Sour IPA | American Style Sour Ale

A moderate hop bittering schedule allows this brew’s signature tart flavor to shine, obtained through kettle souring with lactobacillus. Pils, wheat and oat malts, along with unmalted rolled oats, are mashed with very soft gravity fed Bull Run water from Mt. Hood, providing a wort lightly hopped in the boil with El Dorado and dry hopped with Comet and Amarillo. 5% ABV, 20 IBU

Portland, OR |

Base Camp Brewing Company

Bretta Livin’ | Wild Beer

A tart, tangy, true lacto soured, brettanomyces fermented ale, with raspberry added as a puree late in fermentation, meaning great fruity taste and aroma without residual sugar sweetness. No hops! And keeping it simple, there’s only one malt in the grain bill, Vienna, providing a distinctive toasty, biscuit malt aroma and flavor. 5.1% ABV, 4 IBU

Portland, OR |

Bayern Brewing

30th Anniversary Pilsener | Pilsner

To celebrate Bayern’s 30 Year Anniversary, master brewer Jüergen Knöeller went “retro” to recreate a brew he learned as an apprentice in his native Germany in the 1970s. Weyerman Malting in Bamberg, Germany supplied 10 metric tons of floor-turned “Barke” two-row malt supplemented with Munich malt, for a uniquely malty flavor profile. The maltiness gets balanced by equal parts Hallertauer Northern and Gold Brewer in the boil and Tetnanger hops in the finish. Enjoy this refreshing piece of brewing history! 5.4% ABV, 34 IBU

Missoula, MT |

Belching Beaver Brewery

Easy Beaver | Session India Pale Ale

This easy drinking session IPA isn’t just for those wearing orange and black. True balance means Duck fans will love it, too. Two-row pale malt and Golden Naked Oats get hopped up with Citra, Mosaic and Galaxy in the whirlpool and the fermenter. Minerals are added to provide the right pH and flavor profile and a clean, neutral California ale yeast lets the malt and hops shine. 4.7% ABV, 40 IBU

Oceanside, CA |

Blackberry Farm Brewery

Classic Saison | Classic French & Belgian Style Saison

This classic Belgian saison is conceived of Weyermann floor malted pilsner, floor malted wheat, floor malted dark, Carafoam, and acidulated malts in the mash tun. Its complex hop bill includes first wort hopping with Styrian Aurora and Czech Saaz, Styrian Aurora and UK East Kent Golding in the boil and more Czech Saaz and Goldings in the finish. Belgian saison yeast provides both spicy phenolics and fruity esters, along with an almost bone dry finish and crisp effervescence. 6.3% ABV, 33 IBU

Walland, TN |

Boneyard Beer

Enzymatic IPA | American Style India Pale Ale

Enzymatic is a clean, crisp IPA built on North American Pale and Pilsner Malts. Seven different hop varieties compose the mild bitterness and hop forward aroma and taste. 7% ABV, 60 IBU

Bend, OR |

Boundary Bay Brewery

Raspberry Radler | American Style Sour Ale

Inspired by German tradition for the perfect summertime thirst quencher, Raspberry Radler is composed of Oregon raspberry puree and a tart, kettle soured beer brewed with 100% Skagit Valley Malt. Hopped with Aged Styrian Bobek at first wort and dry hopped with Citra, it’s fermented with a combination ale strain and house bacteria for extra tartness. 5.4% ABV, 10 IBU

Bellingham, WA |

Breakside Brewery

Dreamboat | Belgian Style Witbier

One of three beers created by students at Lewis & Clark College as part of the final project for their course in brewing science, Breakside’s brewers helped the students develop and brew the beer. This is an interpretation of a Belgian witbier with the addition of more flavoring and aroma hops than would be found in a classic version. The Citra and Huell Melon hops provide beautiful notes of honeydew and grass. 4.6% ABV, 15 IBU

Portland, Oregon |

BridgePort Brewery

Deep Cuts: India Pale Wheat | India Pale Wheat

BridgePort’s Deep Cuts is neither a Hefeweizen nor an IPA. This beer mixes the beats of two different styles for a hot new single that’s all about the base of half pale and wheat malts. Sterling, Crystal and Cascade hops gets the taste buds bumping, then they step it up with a huge dry hop of Cascades for a floral/citrus finish. Lightly filtered, IPW has a haze and hop aroma that make the crowd go wild. 5.4% ABV, 60 IBU

Portland, OR |

Burnside Brewing Company

CANNONBALL! | Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Beer

Is it beer, or is it wheat wine? Pilsner, wheat, Crystal and aromatic malts get mashed in the traditional way, bittered and flavored with three hop doses and fermented with a clean ale yeast that accentuates the malt. It’s then aged in neutral red wine barrels with tart cherries and pineapple. The result is an explosion of flavor that may send you to the front of the line over and over. 8.3% ABV, 29 IBU

Portland, Oregon |

Caldera Brewing Company

Cousin Rick Triple IPA 20th Anniversary Brew | Triple IPA

This limited brew celebrates Caldera’s 20th Anniversary, so raise a full mug in celebration. Brewed from generous amounts of premium two-row and Weyermann Light Munich malts, its complex hop bill works triple overtime to keep up: Simcoe extract and Centennial whole hops at first wort, CTZ Lupulin in the boil, Mosaic Lupulin at the end and Mosaic leaf in the hop back. Then it’s dry hopped with Centennial pellets, Eureka and Lemondrop oils in the brite tank. 11% ABV

Ashland, OR |

Cascade Brewing

Razz Hands | Sour Wheat Ale

This light bodied sour is a blend of two different wheat ales: one aged in chardonnay barrels and fermented with blackcap raspberries, the other fermented in stainless steel tank with red raspberries. Aged for up to 13 months, this refreshingly bold blend features flavors of black raspberries and other dark bramble fruits finishing with a dry, gentle sourness. 6.2% ABV

Portland, OR |

Chetco Brewing Company

The Chetco Effect | American Style Pale Ale

Welcome this newcomer to the OBF with a full mug cheer! A boatload of Sorachi dry hops lends a dry lemon rind finish to this easy drinking summer ale. Two-row pale, Maris Otter and unmalted flaked barley make up the grist, bittered with CTZ hops and flavored with CTZ and Chinook at the end of the boil and at flame out. With a yeast as neutral as Switzerland, you’ll taste those Sorachis with ease. 5% ABV, 32 IBU

Brookings, OR |

Cloudburst Brewing

Tigers in Tiny Spaces | American Style Pale Ale

This OBF first timer is ready to wow you with this balanced, fruity, hazy pale ale. The strawberry esters derive from the ale yeast used to ferment all the sweet malts: Rahr two-row, Weyermann Carafoam and Simpson’s Caramalt. Chinook hops give a nice piney/grapefruit backbone, while additional notes of peaches, candied citrus and a touch of vanilla come from the other hops used: Citra, Hop 522 and Loral. 5.6% ABV, 42 IBU

Seattle, WA |

Coalition Brewing

Honcho | Sea Salt and Lime Kölsch

This is not a traditional kölsch. Jacobson sea salt, fresh lime zest, and fresh lime juice add refreshing flavors and aromatics reminiscent of lounging on a beach, complementing the fruity and lager-like notes of the kölsch-style yeast. The mash of 75% kölsch malt and 25% white wheat malt intermingle with Perle and Tettnang in the boil. Bull Run water is treated with a dash of gypsum to mimic the waters of Cologne. 5.3% ABV, 25 IBU

Portland, OR |

Coin Toss Brewing

Toss Tonic | Herb and Spice Beer

Think of this beer as a deconstructed gin & tonic. Rye malt adds spicy notes, while the juniper and lime zest added in the mash tun as a spice-back are the botanicals. A mash of pilsner, two-row, six-row, rye and toasted rice have a meet-and-greet with Bullion, Hull Melo and Horizon hops in the kettle. Cucumber and tellichery peppercorns were added as additional finishing botanicals, and lime juice was added to the brite tank for a tart and refreshing finish. 5.6% ABV, 25 IBU

Oregon City, Oregon |


Kentucky Kölsch | American Style Fruit Beer

Portland homebrewer Charles Macaluso designed this German-style ale, an easy-drinking summer brew with dehydrated strawberries added at the end of the fermentation process. Pilsner, Vienna and Munich 20L malts are balanced with 100% noble Hallertau hops. Adding the hops at first wort – pre-boil – allows the spicy, floral flavors and aromas of the Hallertau to come through without interfering with your enjoyment of the strawberries, which present a wonderful underlying fruit aroma and flavor. 4.9% ABV, 18 IBU

Portland, OR |

Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project

Single Hop IPA Exp. 06297 | American Style India Pale Ale

This brew not only is made with only a single, new, experimental hop. In a unique twist, the hops are all added at flame out or as dry hops. This maximizes the hop flavor and aroma and allows you to taste the unique flavor of this innovative variety. Only pilsner malts were used in the grist and an English-style ale yeast fermented the wort. 6.2% ABV, 55 IBU

Denver, CO |

Deschutes Brewery

Gluten Free IPA | Gluten-Free IPA

This gluten free IPA features a floral, tropical hop aroma and medium bitterness. The gluten free fermentables were extracted from brown rice syrup, dark Belgian candi syrup and honey. Nugget, Mosaic and Azacca hops went into the kettle and it was dry hopped with EXP #431 and Amarillo for a citrusy finish. 6.5% ABV, 69 IBU

Bend, OR |

Deschutes Brewery

Overnight Phenom | American Style Sour Ale

Black raspberry puree added during conditioning unites with kettle sour tartness to form a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. The light malt base lets the bright black raspberry flavor and color pair up with clean acidity to form a delightfully refreshing sour ale. 1187 Ringwood ale yeast produces fruit esters and a malty complex profile. It’s a whole new beer category: “Black Raspberry American Session Sour.” 3.9% ABV, 6 IBU

Bend, OR |

Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom

A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT: Hop Shake IPA | Specialty Beer

Stop, collaborate and listen: This IPA is full and ripe with deep citrus and earthy forest additions. Lactose is added in the boil to round out the balance, and keep things smooth and juicy. Conspired with Fort George Brewing, just down the river in Astoria. 6.3% ABV, 65 IBU

Hood RIver, Oregon |

Druthers Brewing Company

The Dare | Leipzig Style Gose

Brewed with coriander and a small amount of salt, this Gose was then fermented with lactobacillus as well as yeast to create a refreshing, citrusy tartness. It’s light and refreshing with just enough salt to enhance the flavor. This was the gold award winner at the 2014 World Beer Cup in the German style sour ale category! 5.4% ABV, >10 IBU

Saratoga Springs and Albany, NY |

Dunedin Brewery

Passionate Disenchantment | Chili Pepper Beer, Classic French & Belgian Style Saison, Coffee Beer

Lots going on in this beer. Serrano peppers add a spicy kick to this classic saison style brew, then cold brewed Tanzanian coffee provides a different kind of kick to your system. The wort gets constructed from pilsner malt, carahell malt and oats, hopped with Mt. Hood, Tradition and Nelson and fermented with a farmhouse yeast to add a spicy and slightly tart character. It should be your first beer after breakfast. 6% ABV, 15 IBU

Dunedin, FL |

Ecliptic Brewing

Espacio Mexican Lager with Lime Zest | International Style Pilsener

Fresh lime zest adds a subtle citrusy tartness to this beer, brewed from Pale, Vienna and Pilsner malt. Hops go into the kettle and whirlpool to give it balancing bitterness and hop flavor and a few weeks of cold lagering give it a smooth, crisp profile. You don’t have to be the most interesting man in the world to drink this Mexican style lager. 4.8% ABV, 20 IBU

Portland, OR |

Eel River Brewing

Organic Tropical Blonde Ale | Golden or Blonde Ale

What makes this brew tropical? Passionfruit and kiwi concentrate, of course. A simple grist of two-row, C-15 and wheat malts provide the golden hue, with Magnums added to the first wort for balancing bitterness as well as subtle spice and fruit flavors, accentuated by the clean, slightly fruity yeast. Find your own tropical beach! 5.8% ABV, 5 IBU

Fortuna, CA |

Elk Horn Brewery

Sirberlin | Berliner Style Weisse

This beer is named after a longtime Elk Horn employee, Sirberlin, and is made with lemongrass and lychee fruit, both native to his home of the Philippines. Kettle souring provides a tartness to balance the sweet fruit. A simple base beer concocted of German pale and wheat malt and Tettnanger hops lets the sweet and tart flavors compete for most of your attention. 3.5% ABV, 4 IBU

Eugene, OR |

Everybody’s Brewing

Tangible | Belgian Style Fruit Beer

Tangible is a hybrid of wit, saison and farmhouse style beers, highlighting all things refreshing. It employs citrus fruits (tangerine, orange and grapefruit) to provide the flavors and aromatics and gets some help from Mandrina Bavaria hops and a traditional wit strain. These ingredients give the beer some depth and complexity from all directions. The Belgian pilsner malt and toasted rice give the beer some backbone while allowing the tangerine to shine. 6.3% ABV, 19 IBU

White Salmon, WA |

Ex Novo Brewing Company

Cal Estúpido | International Style Pilsener

“Cal estúpido,” or “Lime Stupid,” is a refreshing Mexican lager flavored with lime and a touch of sea salt. Flaked yellow corn joins Pilsner and Vienna malts in the mash tun, providing a light body and golden hue. Czech Saaz hops and Mexican lager yeast provide a clean, crisp lager profile. This beer is lagered for a few weeks after fermentation, at which point fresh lime juice and salt are added. 5% ABV, 18 IBU

Portland, OR |

Falling Sky Brewing

Octopus Tree Spruce Tip Pale Ale | Field Beer

Inspired by the 200-plus-year-old Sitka spruce tree outside Cape Meares called the Octopus Tree (a.k.a. Council Tree), which looks like a giant upside down octopus, this spruce tip pale ale, bursting with AU Ella hops, is a great pairing for a council around the tree or an OBF tent…just add imagination. 5.4% ABV, 35 IBU

Eugene, OR |

Fat Head’s Brewery

Tourist Saison | Classic French & Belgian Style Saison

Fresh ginger root and lemongrass provide a spicy character to this already lively brew. Rahr Premium Pils, Weyermann Vienna, Weyermann Wheat, Briess Red Wheat and Weyermann Acidulated malts comprise the complex grist, compared to the simple hop bill of Perle and two late doses of Saaz. The saison yeast adds notes of pear and subtle bubblegum. 5.6% ABV, 12 IBU

Portland, OR |

Fearless Brewing Company

Fearless Lemon Lager | OTHER

Brewed from the magical, very soft waters of the Clackamas River, this light and thirst quenching lager is finished with lemon to provide a slightly tart, citrusy flavor. The malt is pure pilsner, the hops are wholly Hallertau and the German lager yeast gives it a pure, clean flavor. 5.1% ABV, 16 IBU

Estacada, OR |

Fort George Brewery

No Pulp | American Style Pale Ale

This brew’s concise mash of two-row barley and C-40 malt produced a mellow yet well-rounded body to accentuate the Strata hop additions, both as kettle and dry hops. Soft and juicy, it’s like biting into a fresh picked orange but without the pulp. The yeast provides a fruity, very light and softly balanced palate with a slightly sweet finish. 5.6% ABV, IBU

Astoria, OR |

Full Sail Brewing Co.

Blood Orange Wheat | Fruit Wheat Beer

Blood Orange Wheat is brewed with two-row Northwest pale malt, malted wheat and unmalted wheat. Blood orange provides a subtle twist to this refreshing brew. It pours with a white lacy head and a hint of orange aroma. It’s medium bodied, with a crisp wheat finish and subtle orange flavor. 5.2% ABV, 23 IBU

Hood River, OR |

Georgetown Brewing Co.

Bodhizafa IPA | American Style India Pale Ale

This classic hop forward American IPA begins life simply enough with two-row barley, light Munich malt and rolled oats mashed in with soft California brewing water. It’s in the kettle where life gets complicated: Columbus hops for bittering, a late dose of Columbus for flavoring and a potpourri of Citra, Columbus, Chinook and Mosaic at knockout. In the whirlpool comes more Chinook and Mosaic. The yeast adds a mild dried stone fruit aroma and flavor. 2016 GABF Gold Medal Winner. 6.9% ABV, 65 IBU

Seattle, WA |

Ghost Runners Brewery

Chasing Fluffy Pink Unicorns | Contemporary Gose

Coriander, peppercorn, raspberry, rose hips, sea salt and hibiscus flowers help flavor this magical brew. This lightly fruited raspberry gose has a gentle fruited tartness and a salty finish. More traditional ingredients include premium pilsner malt and torrefied wheat in the grist, Liberty and Hersbrucker hops and a Belgian style yeast that yields a creamy head, low flocculation and light fruity esters. 5% ABV, 20 IBU

Vancouver, WA |

Ghostfish Brewing Company

Dry Hopped Sour | American Style Sour Ale, Gluten-Free Beer

This beer is 100% gluten free, brewed in a dedicated gluten free brewery. The fermentables are biscuit rice malt, Vienna millet malt, pale buckwheat malt and flaked quinoa, bittered with Cascade and dry hopped with Centennial. It’s kettle soured, using lactobacillus cultured in coconut water and fermented with a kölsch yeast to accentuate hops flavors and leave a super clean, lager like ale. 4.8% ABV, 10 IBU

Seattle, WA |


G & T | Experimental Beer

As the name implies, this beer was inspired by the Gin & Tonic cocktail, with lime, juniper and botanicals included in its many flavor contributors. It’s beer, though, with pilsner malt, carahell and oats in the mash, citrusy hops late in the boil to lend a little more citrus to help out the lime and a fruity ale yeast for that one final push of complexity. Cocktail lovers will find this one refreshing and delicious. 5.5% ABV, 17 IBU

Portland, OR |

Golden Valley Brewery

München Luncheon | Münchner Dunkel

München Luncheon was brewed from Weyermann Pils, Vienna and Munich malts with a touch of chocolate malt. Hopped in the kettle with Perle, Hersbrucker and Tettnanger hops, this Munich style Dunkel was fermented with Wyeast Munich lager yeast and lagered over eight weeks for extra smoothness. Munch on! 5.3% ABV, 22 IBU

McMinnville, OR |

GoodLife Brewing Co.

Secret Stash #004 | American Style India Pale Ale

The fourth installment of the brewery’s Experimental IPA series, Secret Stash #004 is a kettle soured tart IPA. This IPA is not overly hoppy and is slightly tart. As for the rest…that’s still a secret. 6% ABV, 35 IBU

Bend, OR |

Great Divide Brewing

Roadie Grapefruit Radler | Radler

Roadie Grapefruit Radler was named both for the road biking cyclist (roadie) and the German word for cycling (radler) and inspired by Great Divide’s roots in the cycling community. Brewed with natural grapefruit puree, this easy drinking ale pours a hazy sunrise gold and is bursting with citrus aroma. Unique in its class, this radler is refreshing and slightly tart, with just enough bitterness to keep both cyclists and spectators coming back for more. 4.2% ABV, 7 IBU

Denver, CO |

Heathen Brewing

Mojito Sour | Experimental Beer

Are you ready for a beer that taste like a mojito? The Heathens up north put lime and mint in this kettle soured brew. The lactobacillus found plenty of beer like stuff to ferment, with pilsner, torrified wheat, carahell and acidulated malts providing the sweet stuff and a light dose of Magnum hops providing its relatively low bitterness. Cocktails, anyone? 5% ABV, 13 IBU

Vancouver, WA |

Heretic Brewing

Session Grapefruit IPA | Session India Pale Ale

In most IPAs, the citrusy, grapefruit aromas and flavors come from the hops and sometimes get a boost from the yeast. In this single hopped brew, it’s from actual grapefruit. The neutral American yeast lets you taste the real fruit as well as the Mosaic hops. While loaded with hop flavor, it’s not overly bitter for an IPA. 4.3% ABV, 35 IBU

Fairfield, CA |

Hopworks Urban Brewery

Kiwi Sparkle & Pop | American Style Fruit Beer

This tart wheat beer benefits from a dose of kiwi. Soured in the kettle with lactobacillus, it’s then fermented with lactobacillus and wild saccharomyces yeast to provide citrus orange and lemon flavors, and dry hopped with El Dorado hops. Its two-row and wheat malt as well as its El Dorado hops are certified salmon safe, so you can help the Earth by drinking this beer. 5.6% ABV, 5 IBU

Portland, OR |

Laht Neppur Brewing Co

Strawberry Concoction | Belgian Style Flanders Oud Bruin or Oud Red Ale

This beer’s unique flavor comes from the addition of strawberry puree, naturally occurring lactobacillus acetobactor from the brewery and lactose to provide a lingering sweetness. Fermented with a Belgian abbey yeast, its single hop addition is held to a low level so you can taste those unique flavorings. Finally, the new ale is blended with a year-old lactobacillus enhanced amber ale for maximum complexity. 5.4% ABV, 18 IBU

Waitsburg, WA |

Lakefront Brewery

El Wisco Mexican Lager | American Style Lager

El Wisco pours a bright gold with a rocky white head. Mild lemon candy, herbal tea and slight melon aromas arise from the late Lemondrop and Mt. Hood additions. Brewed from two-row pale, honey malt and flaked maize, this light bodied brew delivers clover honey and citrus flavor before ending with a crisp finish. 4.1% ABV, 13 IBU

Milwaukee, WI |

Laurelwood Brewing

Boysenberry Berliner Weisse | OTHER

This tart, German style Berliner Weisse gets its unique complexity from the big dose of bosenberry puree added in the fermenter. The house yeast also honeymoons with the sugars extrated from two-row pale, wheat, Munich light and acidulated malt. A single hop addition at the beginning of the boil provides just enough bitterness to balance. 5% ABV, 11 IBU

Portland, Oregon |

Lompoc Brewing

Lompocker Hoppy Kölsch | German Style Kölsch

A highly drinkable German style ale with a touch more hops than a traditional kölsch. Cascade, Perle and three additions of Mandarina Bavaria hops give it a fruity aroma. Bright golden in color, the clean, crisp traditional German kölsch strain renders a finished brew with delicate, soft maltiness and a lingering hop bitterness. 5% ABV, 30 IBU

Portland, OR |

Loowit Brewing Company

Shaka Brah IPA | American Style India Pale Ale

A refreshing, summer IPA filled with fruit forward hop flavors. The X331, El Dorado and Cryo Mosaic hops are balanced by a soft creamy malt profile from two-row, Northwest pale, carahell, Munich, flaked wheat and lactose and then accentuated by an apricot infusion added after fermentation to maximize fruit flavor and aroma. 7% ABV, 58 IBU

Vancouver, WA |

Lucky Labrador Brewing

SummerThaime Saison | Specialty Saison

This brew’s French saison yeast produces a beer that is estery, peppery, spicy and citrusy. But that’s just for starters. Fresh lime, ginger, galangal, Thai basil and Thai bird pepper give this already spicy brew style a unique added punch. Five different malts comprise the grist, balanced by Galaxy and Goldings hops; it’s then aged in oak chardonnay barrels. 5.5% ABV, 24 IBU

Portland, OR |

Maui Brewing Company

Mango Hefeweizen | Fruit Wheat Beer

Brewed with no – that’s zero – extract, this brew uses eight pounds of real mango per barrel, sourced from the island of Maui. The malt sugars from two-row, white wheat and biscuit malt get munched by German Hefeweizen yeast and are balanced by, naturally, two additions of Calypso hops. 5.5% ABV, 20 IBU

Kihei, HI |

Mazama Brewing

Goldilocks Turmeric Saison | Specialty Saison

This brew is not dry hopped, it’s dry “spiced” with a golden potion of turmeric root, cassia cinnamon, ginger, black pepper and turmeric powder from Townshend’s Tea. The turmeric helps contribute that deep golden color. More phenolic spiciness derives from the saison yeast, doing its best to convert the fermentables from Belgian pilsner malt, wheat malt and light candi syrup to that big alcohol number. Mt. Hood hops provide the balancing bitterness. 7% ABV, 25 IBU

Corvallis, OR |

McMenamins Edgefield Brewery

Tropic Heat | American Style Sour Ale

Tropic Heat is a kettle soured ale brewed with pink guava puree, coconut and habanero peppers. The heat contribution from the peppers is very minimal and creates a pleasant background quality that lingers. This slight spiciness accentuates the fruity, full guava taste that is this beer’s foundation. Coconut flakes were also added to pleasantly blend all of the flavors together. 5.2% ABV, 8 IBU

Troutdale, OR |

Natian Brewery

“Full Pour” Imperial IPL | OTHER

This summer lager has a delightful citrus kick. This single hop IPL utilizes Citra in multiple steps of the brewing process. Citra is added generously to the boil, hop back and dry hopping to ensure a fragrant presence without the mouth puckering bitterness, balancing the sweetness from the pilsner, two-row and Munich malts. 8% ABV, 68 IBU

Portland, OR |

New Holland Brewing Co.

Dragon’s Milk: Thai Curry | Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Beer

Dragon’s Milk is New Holland’s flagship bourbon barrel aged stout with a Thai inspired twist. Look for a little heat from curry and ginger spices along with tropical sweetness from kaffir lime leaves and coconut, all with the subtle hint of vanilla stemming from the beer’s time in oak. 11% ABV, 30 IBU

Holland, MI |

Ninkasi Brewing Company

Beautiful Trouble | American Style India Pale Ale

Beautiful Trouble is a big American IPA with a touch of Kiwi inspiration. New Zealand and U.S. hops collide, creating a tropical and fruity hop aroma and flavor. Pacific Jade, Nelson Sauvin, Citra, Mosaic and Amarillo hops offer notes of white wine grapes, tropical fruit, melon, and passionfruit, all balanced by rich Munich and Vienna malts. Originally brewed in New Zealand with Birkenhead Brewing Co., the Kiwis return to the U.S. for a second round of collaboration with Ninkasi Brewing. 6.8% ABV, 65 IBU

Eugene, OR |

No-Li Brewhouse

Red, White and No-Li | American Style Pale Ale

With a light malt bill comprised of pale two-row, special roast and Munich light malt, this dry hopped pale ale highlights the bright citrus, grapefruit, melon, lime and passionfruit notes of the Citra hops tossed in during the whirlpool and dry hop stages. Its clean, neutral yeast lets the hop flavors shine. 6.1% ABV, 35 IBU

Spokane, WA |

Old Market Pub and Brewery

Bloody Well Wit | Belgian Style Witbier

Fresh squeezed blood orange juice and zest, grains of paradise and coriander contribute this beer’s most unique flavors and aromas. The blood orange juice is added during fermentation and also in secondary. Most of the malts are organic. The brew is lagered on blood orange juice for a month. The yeast contributes an excellent balance of spicy phenolic character and esters and a significant amount acidity. 6% ABV, 10 IBU

Portland, OR |

Old Town Brewing Company

Coconut Curryiocity | Experimental Beer

Pale two-row, pilsner and flaked corn get fermented by a neutral yeast and balanced by a single dose of Mt. Hood hops at the start of the boil. Then things get really interesting. Instead of dry hopping with hops, Old Town used flaked coconut and curry spices to deliver a foreign twist to an American classic beer style. This one would go well with Thai food. 5.2% ABV, 15 IBU

Portland, OR |


Omission Brewing Co

Omission Mango Ultimate Light | Gluten-Free Beer, Golden or Blonde Ale

Omission Mango Ultimate Light is a smooth and easy drinking golden ale, but full of flavor. Citrusy hops and a clean finish leave you wanting more. And with only 99 calories and 5 carbs, you can have another without feeling full. Like all Omission beers, Omission Mango Ultimate Light is crafted to remove gluten. 4.2% ABV, 18 IBU

Portland, OR |

Oproer Brouwerij

24/7 | American Style India Pale Ale

This Oregon-Netherlands collaboration will have you in an uproar! It’s a hop monster IPA brewed with three big doses of Magnum, Chinook and Cascade hops in the kettle and then dry hopped with more Chinook and Cascade. The pale, rye and Munich malts join Oregon City water treated to match Utrecht’s and it’s all fermented with a clean fermenting U.S. style yeast. No wonder Utrecht is so well known for great design. 3.9% ABV, 74 IBU

Utrecht, The Netherlands and Oregon City, OR |

Ordnance Brewing

Raspberry SIPA | Session India Pale Ale

This kettle soured, blended IPA gets a sweet-tart boost with an infusion of raspberry flavor. The fermentables come from pale, dextrine and light crystal malt, with Glacier and Mosaic hops in the kettle for aroma and flavor. Dry hopped with Glacier and Cascade, reverse osmosis water treated with gypsum and calcium chloride helps feature the hop flavor and the neutral ale yeast allows the raspberry tartness to shine through. 3.8% ABV, 52 IBU

Boardman, OR |

Oregon City Brewing Co.

Plumbelievable! | American Style Sour Ale

This dynamically hued ale is kettle soured with lactobacillus to provide a moderately tart base. After fermentation with a clean, well attenuating yeast, plums and boysenberries join the fun, adding a fruity sweet-sour profile. A moderate amount of bittering hops were added, just enough to balance all that sweet-tart action. 5% ABV, 20 IBU

Oregon City, OR |

Pelican Brewing Company

Negra Pelicano | Latin Style Lager

Negra Pelicano is a highly refreshing Latin style lager, or Cerveza Negra. This lager is dark brown in color, with an off white head and deep ruby highlights when held to the light. Negra Pelicano is brewed with spicy, floral noble hops and paired with toasted malt, adding a cocoa like flavor. This dark lager finishes clean and smooth, on the dry side with a mild hop finish. 5% ABV, 18 IBU

Pacific City, Tillamook, Cannon Beach, OR |

Perennial Artisan Ales

Ship of the Sun | Classic French & Belgian Style Saison

Ship of the Sun is a mixed fermentation saison, dry hopped with Styrian Goldings and East Kent Goldings. The complex grain bill includes pilsner, white wheat, flaked wheat, malted oats and acidulated malt and it’s fermented with a mixed culture of saccharomyces and brettanomyces, giving it an earthy funk complemented by a herbal and citrus hop character. Naturally conditioned in the keg, this beer is alive! 5.5% ABV, 24 IBU

Saint Louis, MO |

pFriem Family Brewers

Guava Saison | Specialty Saison

Guava puree gives this light farmhouse ale hints of pear and strawberry in the aroma and flavor. Underlying the fruit is Gambrinus Pilsner, Weyermann Spelt and Rahr unmalted wheat, with noble Tettnangers for mild bitterness, Motueka and Huell Melon in the finish for aroma and flavor. Relatively low in alcohol, it finishes tart, spritzy and refreshing. 4.5% ABV, 20 IBU

Hood River, OR |

Portland Brewing

Strawberry Rhubarb Blonde Ale | American Style Fruit Beer

Are you ready for dessert? A crisp blonde ale with a blush of fresh strawberries and rhubarb tang courtesy of fresh fruit purees from Oregon Fruit Products will have you reminiscing for Grandma’s homemade pies. Two-row and wheat malts in the mash, Perle and Vanguard hops in the kettle, Bull Run water and a house ale yeast fill out the chef’s recipe in this summer delight. 5.6% ABV, 15 IBU

Portland, Oregon |

Rogue Ales

Straight Outta Newport | American Style India Pale Ale

Straight Outta Newport, Rogue’s 29th badass OBF beer, was brewed with a rigorous dry hopping regimen of Citra and Mosaic hops to impart intense, dank aromas of grapefruit rind, tangerine and orange. These fruity hop notes shine against a bitter hop bite and subtle malt breadiness, creating an insanely drinkable double IPA bursting with juicy, tropical hop dankness. 8.8% ABV, 100 IBU

Newport, OR |

Rusty Truck Brewing Co

Tequila Lime Lager | American Style Lager

This south of the border inspired adjunct lager is made with superior Pilsen malt, noble hops and flaked maize. Golden straw in color with a nice pilsner lager yeast presence, it’s balanced with all noble hops in the kettle. Medium toasted tequila oak spirals are added after fermentation, then it’s conditioned for months. Finally, juicy limes are added to produce a crisp, tequila oak aged lime lager. Perfect for a hot day! 4.9% ABV, 25 IBU

Lincoln City, OR |

Sasquatch Brewing Co

KGB (Kremlin Ginger Blonde) | German Style Kölsch, Specialty Beer

In tribute to our Russian overlords, Sasquatch offers this experimental ale brewed with fresh organic ginger, lime juice and lime zest. Conceived in Moscow, brewed in Portland and made for a copper mug. “May we suffer as much sorrow as the drops of beer we are about to leave in our glass!” Fake news sources claim that brewers square danced blindfolded while juggling swords during brew day. Drain that mug, comrade! 4.6% ABV, 19 IBU

Portland, OR |

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Know Good IPA | American Style India Pale Ale

You think you know a good IPA? We do too and this one’s it. This is a straightforward, full-throttle, American IPA. Nothing fancy here; just hop flavor and lots of it. Its hazy blonde malt body has just enough heft to carry the citrus and floral hop notes (Simcoe, Comet & Citra) straight to your palate, making Know Good perfect for today, or any day. When it comes to IPA, Sierra Nevada knows what good is. 6.2% ABV, 62 IBU

Chico, CA |

Sixpoint Brewery

Arboreous | Dortmunder/European Style Export

Sixpoint has been dialing in its lager program for years now, and you can taste it in this one. Arboreous is a super clean and fresh lager, with the addition of over seven lbs of spruce tips for unique, but subtle, fruity and piney notes. 5.9% ABV, 26 IBU

Brooklyn, NY |

StormBreaker Brewing

Hopfenreich IPA | International Style Pale Ale

StormBreaker took one of its favorite summer styles, a German wheat beer, and combined it with a classic IPA. The brewers used all German ingredients, including five different malts, four infusions of hops and German yeast, resulting in a crisp and refreshing summertime beer with aromas of pineapple, tangerine and lemon. The tropical and citrus fruit flavors make for the perfect beer to drink at the waterfront on a hot OBF day. 6.4% ABV, 74 IBU

Portland, OR |

Surly Brewing Co.

#Merica! | American Style Lager

Don’t get Surly standing in line; just get in the Surly line before everyone else does. This easy drinking light summer brew came to life with CMC pils malt, acidulated malt and flaked corn, providing that golden color and light body. It’s moderately bittered with Warrior hops, while a late dose of Willamette gives it lip smacking hop flavor. 5% ABV, 10 IBU

Minneapolis, MN |

Terminal Gravity Brewing

Knuckle Buster Strong Red | Strong Ale

A big beer perfect for summer, Knucklebuster Strong Red is a beer built with Eastern Oregon muscle. With generous amounts of pale two-row, dark caramel and Munich malts, and Crystal, Fuggle, Simcoe and Chinook hops, this beer is a must try! 8.9% ABV, 50 IBU

Enterprise, OR |

The Lost Abbey

Avant Garde | OTHER

Deep gold in color with hints of biscuits, caramel and fresh baked bread, this Biere de Garde style Farmhouse Ale starts off with an initial malt sweetness that fades into a firm but subtle hop presence. The aromas are an enticing blend of ripened orchard fresh fruit (green apples) and warm bread pulled just from the oven. The lager yeast and cold maturation ensure a crisp smooth finish. 7% ABV, 12 IBU

San Diego, CA |

Three Creeks Brewing Company

Dry Hopped Apricot Stonefly Session Ale | Session Beer

Apricot puree added late in the fermentation process adds a sweet fruity flavor that will delight your palate in this golden, light bodied ale. The mash consisted of two-row, rye and honey malts and in the kettle, the brew enjoyed traditional hopping with Oregon grown Crystal hops. It’s dry hopped with Experimental 0331 and fermented with a clean, American ale yeast so that you’ll taste apricot in the finish. 4.8% ABV, 25 IBU

Sisters, OR |

Thunder Island Brewing Company

Brettanomyces is not a Dinosaur! | Brett Beer

French saison and brettanomyces yeasts create the spicy, fruity, slightly tart and earthy flavors and aromas you’ll detect in this complex brew. The international grain bill consists of Belgian pale and pilsner malt, German pilsner, wheat and rye malt and American flaked corn and flaked rice. The hop bill is just as worldly: Magnum (U.S.), Czech Saaz and German style noble Hersbrucker. 6.7% ABV, 28 IBU

Cascade Locks, OR |

Two Kilts Brewing Co

Kilted Destroyer IPA | American Style India Pale Ale

Kilted Destroyer is a big flavorful IPA. Pilsner malt, Vienna and barley flakes add a nice malt flavor and body to this beer. Ample amounts of late addition hopping gives this beer a very tropical fruit and slight citrus flavor and aroma. Don’t think of it as soft because this beer is definitely here to destroy some taste buds. 7% ABV, 55 IBU

Sherwood, OR |

Upright Brewing Company

Heirloom Saison | Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer

Heirloom Saison blends a vintage strong saison aged in barrels for over 18 months with a special carbonic chardonnay cask version of Upright’s Saison Vert, a black lime wheat based brew. All of the hops – Mt. Hood, Columbia, Santiam, Liberty and Cascade – were late kettle additions to keep the bitterness in check. The finished beer has complex elements from the old beer and extra bright notes from the young portion, making for a truly unique blend just for the OBF. 6.9% ABV, 18 IBU

Portland, OR |

Vanguard Brewing Company

Berry White | Fruit Wheat Beer

A classic for summer! For this raspberry wheat beer, the brewers started with a Belgian wit recipe and replaced the traditional coriander and orange peel with raspberry added after fermentation. Whiteout (Imperial yeast) adds a balance of spicy phenolic character and esters and a touch of acidity. This produced a beautiful hazy blush colored beer, a fresh raspberry aroma and a light, fruity taste, perfect for summer. 5% ABV, 13 IBU

Wilsonville, OR |

Vertigo Brewing

Little Big Hop | Session IPA

Lighter in alcohol than a traditional IPA, this brew allows you to have multiple tastings, or that all important full mug when the lines get long. Premium two-row, Superior Pilsen, victory and light crystal malt blend nicely with Aurora and Citrus hops, both in the kettle and the fermenter. The organic American ale yeast ferments clean and crisp, resulting in a balanced, lip smacking, refreshing flavor. 4.9% ABV, 57 IBU

Hillsboro, OR |

Walking Man Brewing

Yoga Pants | Herb and Spice Beer

Lavender, chamomile and lemongrass are what give this golden hued brew its unique aroma and flavor. The clean, highly flocculent ale yeast gets its workout on fermentables extracted from pilsner malt, torrified wheat and honey malt, balanced in the kettle by an early thrust of Horizon for bitterness and Citra hops for late flavor and aroma additions. Perfect for 16 oz curls. 5.2% ABV, 25 IBU

Stevenson, WA |

Widmer Brothers Brewing

THRILLHAUS| Münchner (Munich) Style Helles

This simple, copper colored brew is perfect for summer! Pilsner and Vienna malts in the grist meet up with noble Hallertau hops in the kettle for a soft, balancing bitterness, then Enigma hops from Australia are added to the whirlpool to give it a slightly fruity flavor and aroma. Portland Bull Run water is adjusted to Munich’s mineral profile with brewing salts and Augustiner yeast finishes it off clean. 4.5% ABV, 22 IBU

Portland, OR |