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Oregon City Brewing 3rd Anniversary and Cherry Wild Ale Bottle Release

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Oregon City Brewing is celebrating their 3rd Anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 18th with their first bottle release, bands, swag giveaways and food specials. OC Brewing will be tapping new draft beer product as well as releasing new bottles of cherry sour “Coming to Fruition: Cherry.” 

 

All day Oregon City Brewing will raffle off and give away merchandise while the in-house food partners OP Wurst will feature food specials all day.

 

More from a press release:

As an avid lover of sours, Oregon City Brewing Head Brewer David Vohden is pleased to release “Coming to Fruition: Cherry,” a mixed-fermentation wild ale aged in French oak barrels for one year. Tart cherries were then added to the barrels for the last four months of aging to produce an extremely quaffable, effervescent fruited sour.

 

 

In addition to “Coming to Fruition: Cherry” – which will be for sale by the bottle in the taproom and on draught – Oregon City Brewing will be releasing three new beers on draught: 3rd Story Imperial Red Ale; a Wee Heavy; and an Eisbock aged in Eastside Distilling whiskey barrels.

 

Music will start in the early evening on the covered patio with Aaron Tackett, Strange Hotels, and Nicolai Carrera and the Celebrators. Oregon City Brewing will raffle off and give away a variety of merchandise including gift cards, glassware, shirts, hats, and more, while OP Wurst will run a variety of food specials all day.

 

Oregon City Brewing and brewer David Vohden

 

More about Oregon City Brewing: The American dream is starting a business in your garage.

Then growing out of the garage and transforming a derelict carpet store into a living room for the community. Our goal is to build a multi-generational business where employees and customers are treated like family. Oregon City Brewing is a new American brewery, the product of our thriving Oregon craft beer culture, shaped deeply by Oregon City values: quality craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation. “We were born and raised in Oregon City and most of our family still lives there,” co-owner Bryce Morrow says. The last time there was a brewery in downtown Oregon City was 1895 by Henry Weinhard. Oregon City Brewing aims to do Henry proud by pioneering beer for the Pioneer City. Visit Oregon City Brewing at ocbeerco.com.

 

More about OP Wurst: Part homage to the authentic American hot dog of yore, part no-holds-barred frankfurter test kitchen, OP Wurst is helmed by longtime OP frankfurter mastermind Victor Deras, who has created a vast and varied menu of signature franks designed to satisfy every possible craving – from a chili-and-snack-chip-topped Frito Pie Dog and gravy-drenched Poutine Dog, to the whole Enchilada Dog. Eat them with your hands, eat them with a fork and knife, eat them with a cold beer – these are anything but your ordinary hot dog. Visit OP Wurst at opwurst.com.

 

Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing. He has also had a hand in creating events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival, Portland Beer Week, and the Brewing up Cocktails series. He is available for freelance consultation in marketing, events, graphic design and branding. Contact: [email protected]

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