Fort George Brewing’s Halloween Hellorium


Astoria, Oregon – Fort George Brewery is throwing a Halloween Hellorium party that blends live music, unique costume contests, and plenty of killer beers throughout the block.
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Upstairs at the Fort George Brewery + Public House
The Upstairs hosts a 21+ only event with the liveliest music around.  It all starts at 8pm with the resurrection of local reggae legends Ma Barley.  And even better, this year they are bringing their friends.  The dynamic Los Estupidos – a mix of musicians armed to the teeth with horns, percussion, keys, and DJs – will keep the party on the dance floor all the way to close.  An ecclectic mix of costume constest prizes will be announced at 9:30pm.  Arrive early, as maximum occupancy will be reached.  Wristbands are required at the door – Never a cover.

Lovell Building Taproom
Take in the classical and contemporary sounds of String Goretet as you enjoy your pint by the fire.  Live performances start at 7pm and 9pm.  The Taproom boasts the largest collection of Fort George specialty beers in one location.  And as a bonus, on Halloween night look for casks of Squash Buckler pumpkin ale.  All ages are welcome until 10pm.  As always, never a cover.

If you haven’t experienced a Halloween in Astoria, Oregon – the oldest and spookiest town West of the Rockies – this is the year to do it.

7pm to 11pm
Ma Barley 7pm
Costume Contest 9:30pm
Los Estupidos 9:45pm
21+ only starting at 8pm

Opens at 4:30pm
String Goretet 7pm & 9pm
All ages welcome

Regular hours 11am to Midnight
All ages welcome

Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane Street
Astoria, Oregon 97103
(503) 325-PINT

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