20th Annual McMenamins High Street Brewfest

This Saturday, Eugene, Oregon’s McMenamins High Street is celebrating its 20th annual High Street Brewfest. Did you know that for these past twenty-years McMenamins brewer Hanns Anderson has been churning out brews, a whopping 634 barrels (1,268 kegs or 157,212 pints) in 2016 alone. Part of the pub’s tradition is the 20th Annual High Street Brewfest, taking place this Sept. 16 and offering (you guessed it) 20 delicious beers to explore and enjoy.

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Formerly known as the Mid-Valley Brewfest but same good ‘ol time. This particular McMenamins event brings together the local Eugene and lower Willamette valley brewers for a laid back fest filled with good food, excellent beers and fine tunes by Daniel and the Blonde and Adam Michael Goldthwaite. Besides imbibing in the local beers, attendees can also take a brewery tour between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Family-friendly for your convenience, join us during the day or stay through the night, it’s open late.

20th Annual High Street Mid-Valley Brewfest – Free

September 16, 2017 from 11 a.m. ‘til late.

All ages are welcome, must be 21 or older to drink

McMenamins High Street Brewery and Café, Eugene, Oregon

1243 High St., Eugene, Ore.

Live Music 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. ‘til late

Tasters: $1.50 per token, $4 for a glass and $17 for a glass + 10 tokens

Participating breweries include:

  • Coldfire Brewing
  • Plank Town Brewing
  • Alesong Brewing
  • Mazama Brewing
  • Sam Bond’s Brewing
  • Viking Braggot Company
  • Claim 52 Brewing
  • Oakshire Brewing
  • Block 15 Brewing
  • Nectar Creek
  • Wildcraft Cider Works
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