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FH Steinbart’s 100th Anniversary Beer Festival

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Portland’s local homebrew supply shop, F.H. Steinbart, is celebrating its 100th Anniversary with a beer festival on Saturday, October 27th, from noon – 7pm. Also check out our interview with the legendary retiring draft beer tech Mike Moscarelli.

F.H. Steinbart 100th Anniversary Beer Festival will feature beers and ciders from many of your local favorites and also includes beers made by local homebrewers from the community Steinbart has been supporting for so long. The Festival is presented by The Caputo Group and a wide range of brewing industry partners will see profits donated to The Glen Hay Falconer Foundation, which funds brewing education scholarships.

“Our company is proud to have been a member of the local brewing scene for the past 100 years, ” said John Debenedetti, owner of FH Steinbart Co. “We see this event as a way to celebrate and to give back to a community that has grown and evolved to become such a vibrant part of Portland and the Pacific Northwest.”

In addition to a range of beers and ciders, some created specially for The Festival, attendees can enjoy snacks, sandwiches and entrees from local food carts Koi Fusion and Poblano Pepper, and try their luck in a raffle sponsored by Festival partners. $25 admission is 21+ only and includes tickets for 10 tasters with a glass, with additional taster tickets available at the event. Breweries and cideries confirmed to pour at the event include:

●  Baerlic Brewing

●  Breakside Brewery

●  Cider Riot!

●  Coalition Brewing

●  Ground Breaker Brewing

●  Hair of the Dog Brewing

●  Heater Allen Brewing

●  Hopworks Urban Brewing

●  Labrewatory Brewing

●  Laurelwood Brewing

●  Lucky Labrador Brewing

●  pFriem Family Brewers

●  Pono Brewing

●  Portland Cider Co.

●  Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider

●  Rosenstadt Brewery

●  Wayfinder Beer

In addition to the event’s Presenting Partner The Caputo Group, FH Steinbart wishes to thank all its Festival Partners, especially its Gold Level Sponsors:

●  Brewcraft USA

●  Brewery Branding

●  GrowlerWerks

●  Imperial Yeast

●  Mecca Grade Estate Malt

●  Perfect Pour Services

A full list of Festival Partners and an updated listing of all breweries and cideries pouring at the event can be found at bit.ly/2zxhcWA. Tickets can be ordered on-line at bit.ly/FHSBeerFest.

About The Caputo Group

The Caputo Group is passionate about beer and providing business solutions to its brewery clients. The Caputo Group works to streamline business by removing non-revenue generating tasks such as payroll, human resources and workers compensation management. The company helps grow and manage your team by assisting in the hiring process, employee benefits administration, OSHA compliance support and partnering with you to reduce your employee related risk and liability.

About FH Steinbart Co.

FH Steinbart is a century-old, independent purveyor of ingredients, equipment and knowledge to beverage creators and providers. For 100 years, FH Steinbart has offered a unique blend of comprehensive inventory and vast expertise to homebrewers, winemakers, beverage industry professionals and foodies. This distinct collection of resources enhances the ability of FH Steinbart customers to achieve optimal results.

Links: bit.ly/FHSBeerFest / www.fhsteinbart.com

Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing. He has also had a hand in creating events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival, Portland Beer Week, and the Brewing up Cocktails series. He is available for freelance consultation in marketing, events, graphic design and branding. Contact: SamuraiArtist@NewSchoolBeer.com

2 Comments

  1. CT

    September 30, 2018 at 12:40 am

    “Our company is proud to have been a member of the local brewing scene for the past 100 years”

    Wait, what did F.H. Steinbart’s do from 1918-1933?!

  2. Ray Berardinelli

    October 4, 2018 at 2:44 pm

    We are nothing if not flexible! During Prohibition, FH Steinbart sold equipment and ingredients to large commercial breweries that continued to produce “near beer” and soda pop. FHS also sold to wineries that supplied sacramental wines for various religious ceremonies.

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