Three Mugs Brewing Co. 2nd Anniversary Blast

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One of the few breweries in Hillsboro, Oregon, Three Mugs Brewing Co. is celebrating its 2nd anniversary on Friday August, 14, with a day of special beers, music, food, and fun. A counterpart to the notable local home-brew shop The Brew Brothers, Three Mugs Brewing’s small taproom is located in the same industrial building.

Three Mugs will have four special, small-batch beers on tap just for this event, along with 10 of its “regular” beers and 10 guest taps, including four craft ciders. The event will be held at the Three Mugs Taproom, 2020 NW Aloclek Dr, Ste 108, Hillsboro.

Entertainment kicks off at 3 pm with recorded music from Ultimate Entertainment DJs. Three Mugs was lucky to get Lace & Lead as the musical headliner for this special event. Lace & Lead ( is a Nashville duo with local roots. Their live performance begins at 7 pm.

Additionally, a delicious fare will be available from PDX Monte Cristo food truck starting at 4 pm.

This is a 21 and older event. There is no cover charge.

About Three Mugs Brewing Company

Founded in January of 2013 by Jay, Christopher (aka “Amish”) and Wendy Jennings, Three Mugs Brewing Company taproom opened its doors in August of 2013, offering a humble five guest taps. By November 2013, they boasted 20 rotating guest taps, and by late January 2014, they began brewery operations. Their first beers made their debut in the taproom during the Oregon Brewers Guild event, Zwickelmania 2014, on February 15th. Joshua Jennings—little brother—joined the Three Mugs team in June 2015, along with his wife, Cassie, making this a true “all in the family” brewery and taproom. Three Mugs beers range from tasty standards like Ample Amber Ale and Mein Schatz German-Style Hefeweizen to big beers like BIGGie D’s Strong Scotch Ale and Fiery Wench Imperial Red Ale. Experimental and small batch, limited release beers are also be a staple.

The “Three Mugs” of the logo actually represents Christopher, the eldest son, on the left with his red beard, Jay, the father, in the middle with his stogie, and Joshua, the youngest son, on the right…the tongue doesn’t do the real one justice.

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