Base Camp Brewing Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

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Base Camp Brewing Company celebrates its 3rd Anniversary on Halloween, Saturday, October 31st,. Their friends in Left Coast Country, Portland’s favorite northwest bluegrass band, will be playing live out in Base Camp’s patio tent. As a nod to the holiday, costumes are encouraged .

Base Camp Brewing will be unveiling specially-blended cask beers pouring from fresh pumpkin firkins. Food from Base Camp’s food cart partners Hot Box BBQ and Pacific Pie Co. will be available, but don’t miss out on the limited seating Hop to the Table Brewers’ Dinner, a multi-course family-style feast prepped and served by Mingma Sherpa, Luke Becker, and Steven Cameron of Le Cordon Bleu. Releases from Base Camp’s brewer reserves will provide multiple pairings with each course, including a Belgian Dark Strong debuting on draft and in a limited quantity of corked bottles for the celebration.

“We’re incredibly stoked for the chance to celebrate another successful year spent doing what we love,” says Base Camp’s co-founder and marketing director, Joseph Dallas, “and are looking forward to saying thanks to all our friends and neighbors for their support.”

Festivities kick off with a pumpkin carving contest from 5pm to 7pm, then music begins at 8pm. The party will be free and open to the public; minors welcome until 10pm. The Hop to the Table Brewers’ Dinner runs 5pm to 9pm in their brewhouse– Base Camp advises that tickets to this limited-seating dinner be purchased in advance via or their Facebook page.

The Base Camp Brewing Company family is proud to be a part of Pacific Northwest craft beer. Since 2012, the brewery’s commitment to innovative beer, environmental awareness, and employee & customer care has helped grow its business and contributed to the ongoing awesomeness that is hand-crafted beer. Look for Base Camp’s adventure-ready brews across the North American West Coast, upper Midwest, southern Eastern Seaboard, in select export markets, on the trail, up the mountain, or on the beach.

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