The Last Smoker. Photo by Aaron Barnard.
It’s time for Portland’s world-famous Horse Brass Pub to celebrate its 41st anniversary next week on Wednesday, November 1st, and the pub will have some special cellar tappings and rare bottles from the cellar. Also on tap are a GoodLife Brewing bike raffle, a fundraiser, and a plaque hanging.
The Brass will be offering a limited amount of opportunities to have your name memorialized on a plaque hung in the pub in exchange for your donation to the Don Younger Foundation, providing scholarships to Oregon State University students studying fermentation science.
More info from the pub:
Horse Brass will dust off some rare and interesting bottles from the cellar for sale and raffling a De Garde Brewing exclusive – a 3 Liter De Garde bottle called “The Brass Berries.” This sour beer was created with the help of Michelle and Justin two of the Horse Brass employees. It contains red and black raspberries as well as blackberries and will also be on tap.
Good Life will be raffling off a Good Life bike from 5-8pm.
There will be a raffle for a 3 liter De Garde bottle called The Brass Berries. This sour beer was created with the help of Michelle and Justin, two of our employees. It contains red and black raspberries as well as black berries. We will also have it on draft!
Finally, there will be special tappings including rare or cellar beers from Brouwerij Van Steenberg, Alaskan Brewing, Culmination Brewing, Fat Head’s, Oproer Brewing, Oregon City Brewing, pFriem Brewers, Deschutes Brewing, New Holland Brewing, Rogue Brewing, Little Beast Rare Beer, Boneyard Brewing and Montavilla Brew Works, just to name a few…
Stop by and enjoy the festivities from 11am – 2am!
Horse Brass Pub, 4534 SE Belmont St, Portland