Bridgeport Brewing’s 2018 HoptoberFest Block Party

Bridgeport Brewing presents its hopped up Oktoberfest-inspired beer the annual HoptoberFest Block Party on Saturday, October 6th, 12pm-6pm. Bridgeport will be closing down the street at the brewery’s Pearl District pub in NW Portland for the party.

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Enjoy music from DJ Ashley Montague, a photo booth, games, Oktoberfest-inspired food for purchase including German-style pretzels from Fressen Artisan Bakery and sausages from Olympia Provisions! Silver Julep, Portlands award-winning bar caterer in a classic Airstream trailer will be on-site serving up a variety of BridgePort beers.

Purchase tickets in advance online for $13. At-the-door price until sold out: $18. Price of entry includes three drink tickets redeemable for 10oz pours of your choice of BridgePort beers, like Hoptoberfest IPA, Hazy IPA, Multiball, Bull Pen Session and others. Additional tickets for beer can be purchased at the event for $4 each. All guests will also receive a commemorative BridgePort Brewing stainless steel tumbler.

$1 from every ticket sold and $1 from every additional beer purchased will be donated to Oregon Food Bank! Every $10 donation to Oregon Food Bank provides 30 meals for individuals struggling with hunger in our community!

This event is 21+

BridgePort Brewing Company is Oregons original craft brewery, revolutionizing the American brew industry with award-winning beers grounded in using the freshest, local ingredients. Located in the thriving Pearl District of Portland, Oregon, the brewery was founded in 1984 and strives to uphold a long-lasting legacy dedicated to the evolving craft beer scene. BridgePort Brewing Company produces more than 100,000 barrels per year and is distributed in 18 states. For more information visit

About our charitable partner, Oregon Food Bank: Oregon is a state that struggles with hunger; in fact one in seven individuals are food insecure simply put, they dont have consistent access to food. Oregon Food Bank wants to end hunger and its root causes. In addition to providing supplemental food today, we work with the community on innovative programs that strengthen local food systems for tomorrow. And we advocate for public policies and programs that address hunger at its root causes to ensure there will
be food for all.

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