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Oregon City Brewing 4th Anniversary Celebration

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Oregon City Brewing celebrates its 4th anniversary this Saturday, November 17th, 2018, with fun for the entire family.  From 2-9pm visit OC Beer Co for a variety of activities including live music, a charity raffle, a kids corner, beer releases, and food and merchandise specials.

 

More from a press release:

To fend off any inclement weather, Oregon City Brewing will enclose its massive patio at 1401 Washington St. with a tent and heaters, and starting at 4 pm Mike Coykendall, Nicolai & The Celebrators, and Strange Hotels will play for the masses.

 

The party will be all ages, and Oregon City Brewing’s food partner, Olympia Provisions Public House Kitchen, will provide numerous anniversary party-only food specials.

 

While Oregon City Brewing has already released its 4th Floor anniversary Imperial Red, some old favorites that will be tapped for the anniversary party and in the week leading up to it include: The Bryce Is Right NE IPA; Wee So Heavy Scotch ale; Where the Weizenbocks Are; and Beast of Burton Imperial Brown Stout. Oregon City Brewing will also debut a new commemorative T-shirt showcasing its famous “Free Beer” sign.

 

More about Oregon City Brewing: The American dream is starting a business in your garage.

Then growing out of the garage and transforming a derelict carpet store into a living room for the community. Our goal is to build a multi-generational business where employees and customers are treated like family. Oregon City Brewing is a new American brewery, the product of our thriving Oregon craft beer culture, shaped deeply by Oregon City values: quality craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation. “We were born and raised in Oregon City and most of our family still lives there,” co-owner Bryce Morrow says. The last time there was a brewery in downtown Oregon City was 1895 by Henry Weinhard. Oregon City Brewing aims to do Henry proud by pioneering beer for the Pioneer City. Visit Oregon City Brewing at ocbeerco.com.

 

More about Olympia Provisions Public House: When Olympia Provisions was founded 9 years ago, Elias Cairo set out to do one thing: make the highest quality product based on old world traditions, recipes, and techniques.

While OP Wurst was an American-twist on our traditional, Alpine influenced sausages, we noticed that people were gravitating towards the classic bratwurst and frankfurter and asking for more offerings outside of sausage. As we started exploring what we could do with OP Wurst, Elias got excited about the time he spent in Switzerland where “pub food” was rich with Alpine flavors and paired perfectly with traditional beers. It was those memories that influenced the direction of the new menu and focus of the restaurant.

The goal is that The Olympia Provisions Public House will feel like a neighborhood pub that you would walk into in an Alpine town. While we will still offer our classics like the bratwurst and frankfurter, the menu will have a wider range of offerings, from a delicious hamburger to a classic Wiener Schnitzel wrapped in our delicious Landrauchschinken. There will also be smaller bites like house-made German pretzels and an Alpine-focused charcuterie board with salami, rillettes, pickles, rye bread and more! Visit Olympia Provisions Public House at olympiaprovisionspublichouse.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

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