The Portland Farmhouse & Wild Ale Festival returns to host Saraveza to close down the side street and back Bad Habit Room bar for it’s 6th year this March 23-35th in 2018. Tickets are now available for the main fest and the Friday limited VIP session as well as a special new 2-person discounted package for Sunday to Portland’s only farmhouse festival and Oregon’s largest of it’s kind.
More from a press release:
As has become annual tradition, organizers will gather well over fifty different saisons, biere de garde’s, table bier’s and sour & wild mixed fermentation and barrel-aged ales from across the country. Expect to see some of the best brewers and examples of farmhouse ales from the likes of De Garde, Ale Apothecary, Holy Mountain, Structures Brewing, Upright Brewing, Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, Floodlands Brewing, Alesong Brewing & Blending, Propolis Brewing, Wolf Tree Brewing, Agrarian Farm Ales, Engine House No. 9, Wolves & People, Libertine Brewing and many, many, more tba.
The Portland Farmhouse & Wild Ale Festival is held at Saraveza pasty tavern and bottle shop, their back event space the Bad Habit Room and in a covered tent erected adjacently along N. Michigan Ave. The event is 21+ and walk-up ticket purchasers are welcome for the general admission on Saturday and Sunday, with advanced only sales for the Friday VIP session limited to only 200 ticket holders.
General Admission passes are $25 and include a collectible branded Farmhouse Festival glass and 10 drink tickets for either Saturday or Sunday March 24th or 25th. The Friday VIP session will be held in Saraveza and the outdoor tent only on Friday eve 4-9pm with advanced tickets only for sale now at $35. A special 2 glass package special is now available for Sunday 3/25 only that includes two collectible branded glasses and 15 drink tickets for you and a friend.
Stay tuned for an upcoming announcement with details on the official beer of the 2018 Farmhouse Festival brewed and bottled for the fest exclusively by De Garde Brewing as well as a more complete brewery and beer list.
Opened in North Portland in 2008, Saraveza has been pouring craft beer and making American homestyle comfort food for beer lovers, neighbors, friends and Midwest transplants. Stop in and let us pour you a beer from one of our carefully curated taps or help you choose the perfect selection from our bottle shop. Catch our Friday Night Fish Fry, a Packers game, or a Blazers game. Or if you’re short on time, take a six-pack to go. http://www.saraveza.com/
About Point Blank Distributing:
Point Blank was started in August of 2003 by Aaron Gardner and Scott Willis. With over 25 years combined experience, they set out to start a distributor that made service a top priority. Showcasing regional breweries that offer exceptional and unique products, Aaron and Scott, look to satisfy the markets taste for fine beers. http://www.pointblankdistributing.com