Feast Portland Collaborates on 10 Barrel Feast Mode Lager

The annual Portland-based food festival. Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland has announced the third annual “Feast Fab Collab” series with New Seasons Market. Though Feast is not known for much craft beer industry love, the event does team with a big brewery the last few years for a special beer, and this year it’s 10 Barrel Brewing with Feast Mode Lager. Feast Portland’s retail partner New Seasons Market will be the exclusive retailer for the three collaborations, with the collaborative products hitting shelves throughout the summer leading up to Feast this September 13-16.

More from a press release:

Feast Portland 2018 Feast Fab Collab participants include: New Seasons Market10 Barrel Brewing Co., Olympia ProvisionsRuby JewelOregon Fruit ProductsBob’s Red Mill, Chef Maya Lovelace of Yonder (Portland, OR), Chef and Salumist Elias Cairo of Olympia Provisions (Portland, OR), Chef Joshua McFadden of Ava Gene’s (Portland, OR) and Chef Abe Conlon of Fat Rice (Chicago, IL).

  • Feast Mode Lager with 10 Barrel Brewing Co. – Launching Wednesday, July 25

o   This is the most thirst quenching beer you could ever hope for. Feast Mode is a premium lager featuring pilsner malt, flaked rice and a subtle hopping for an ultra light and refreshing beer. Perfect for pounding on the porch or while grubbin’ out with friends.

o   Price: $7.99 / 4 pack

  • Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches with Maya Lovelace and Ruby Jewel – Launching Wednesday, August 22

o   Maya’s Southern Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwich: Featuring cornmeal from Bob’s Red Mill and strawberries from Oregon Fruit Products, these chewy cornmeal cookie and strawberry buttermilk ice cream sandwich represents the best of the Appalachian pantry – the preserved corn that serves as the backbone of every meal, the buttermilk giving richness and tang, and strawberry jam pulling us right back into the warm and sunny days of late spring.

o   Grandma Mae’s Sweet Molasses Ice Cream Sandwich: These ice cream sandwiches are inspired by the molasses and apple butter sandwich cookies found in Chef Maya’s grandma’s secret cookie stash – the cookies were soft and chewy, and her apple butter seeped into them to create a surprisingly luxurious texture and a combination of farmhouse flavors she only ever tasted in her Grandma’s home.

o   Price: $2.99

  • Olympia Provisions Chef Sausage Series with Salumist Elias Cairo – Launching Monday, September 3rd

o   Ava Gene’s Owner-Chef Joshua McFadden was motivated by his love of Roman-inspired food when creating this specialty Italian sausage stuffed with kale and provolone cheese, poached to perfection. Grill and pair with fresh pasta, olive oil and some garden cherry tomatoes to elevate your pasta game.

o   Chef Abe Conlon of Chicago’s Fat Rice collaborated on this Goan-style pork sausage heavily spiced with turmeric, garlic, chilies, cinnamon and other spices, then smoked. Try this sausage in a new twist on paella, served with fresh shrimp and mussels.

o   Price: $8.99

“We’re so excited to host the Feast Fab Collab series for the third year in a row,” said Mark Law, chief operating officer at New Seasons Market. “From premium lager and savory sausages to handmade ice cream sandwiched between chewy cookies, the items celebrate the delicious food from our local partners and chefs, and help extend the festival to the communities we love and serve.”

A portion of gross sales from all Feast Fab Collab products will be donated to Feast Portland’s 2018 charitable partners, Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Urban Gleaners. Since 2012, Feast has raised more than $372,000 to help end hunger in Oregon, and is proud to continue supporting this important cause through its charitable partners.

Select Feast Fab Collab items will also be featured at Feast Portland’s main daytime events Friday and Saturday Grand Tasting Presented By New Seasons Market. Tickets are available at FeastPortland.com.

More information and updates about the Feast Fab Collab items can be found at https://www.feastportland.com/about-feast/feast-fab-collab/ and by following #FeastFabCollab on Instagram.


Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland is the flagship food and drink festival in the Pacific Northwest, capturing the current energy and enthusiasm driving America’s food revolution. Founded in 2012 by Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch, the four-day festival showcases legendary and emerging chefs, culinary professionals and industry leaders at more than 40 delicious events, from large-scale tastings to classes, and intimate dinners. Feast Portland continues to support efforts to end hunger in our community, benefitting Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Urban Gleaners.


New Seasons Market is a West Coast neighborhood grocer with a people-first culture that builds and sustains relationships for the greater good. The world’s first B Corp grocery store, the company places as much value on taking care of its staff, its community and the environment as it does on growing and operating its business, resulting in genuine relationships between staff, vendors and customers. A respected champion of the regional food economy, it partners with farmers, ranchers and producers to deliver the best of the region, and pairs local, organic favorites with grocery classics to offer customers choice, value and flexibility. New Seasons started with a single store in Portland, Ore., in 2000 when three families and 50 friends united over shared values. Together with its 4,000 plus welcoming staff, New Seasons offers a unique retail experience in which communities come together to realize the potential of a healthy, sustainable food system. New Seasons has 21 neighborhood stores in Washington, Oregon and California, as well as four New Leaf Community Market locations in Northern California, and commits 10 percent of its after-tax profits back to the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.newseasonsmarket.com.

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