Fort George Brewery announces Lupulin Ecstasy Festival

Between MillerCoors and ABInbev lawsuits, Fort George Brewery has found time to plan a new beer festival called Lupulin Ecstacy. In celebration of their super popular annual collaboration release of 3-Way IPA, the Lupulin Ecstasy festival brings back past and present 3-Way collaborators for an event at Astoria, Oregon’s the Flavel Mansion on Saturday, May 25th 2019.

More from a press release:

Journey to a mystical realm, where the skies are filled with wonder and fields burst in a glorious green. Tour the grand history of Astoria as you wander the halls of the Flavel Mansion. Expand your hop-perception sipping lupulin delights in the Flavel Garden, with an assortment of fanciful creations from all of the 3-Way IPA collaboration breweries throughout the years. Then, explore the grounds to discover a carefully curated collection of live music, special attractions, and street tacos. Fort George cordially invites you to a festival of Lupulin Ecstasy.

2018’s 3-Way IPA


It’s a magical time of year on the North Coast. Astorians are rolling out their barbecues, pulling on their warmer weather hoodies, and getting together with friends to collaborate on fresh summer seasonals. 3-Way IPA is on the way, this year with our good buddies from Cloudburst and Ruse. And to really mark the occasion with maximum friendship, we’re inviting all of our 3-Way IPA friends together in a celebration of Lupulin Ecstasy.

Tickets to Lupulin Ecstasy are on sale now. Your purchase grants you admission to Lupulin Ecstasy attractions & live performances, a festival glass & eight tasting tickets, access to fest beers sprinkled around the grounds, and entry into the Captain George Flavel Mansion for the day. Plus, don’t forget those tacos.


The Flavel Museum is a classic Queen Anne style home, sitting in downtown Astoria at the foot of 8th Street. Constructed in 1885 by Captain George Flavel, a river pilot and Astoria’s first millionaire, the house and grounds are now owned and operated by the Clatsop County Historical Society. George was a great supporter of Astoria and lavish parties, much like Fort George.


A portion of the ticket price will go to the Clatsop County Historical Society, supporting the Uppertown Firefighter’s Museum, the Heritage Museum, and the Flavel House. More information can be found at

Flavel House


Special selections will be pouring from all of our 3-Way IPA friends – Gigantic, Lompoc, Block 15, Boneyard, Georgetown, pFriem, Melvin, Barley Brown’s, Reuben’s Brews, Great Notion, Holy Mountain, Modern Times, Ruse, Cloudburst, and Fort George. And 3-Way IPA (2019) will make its debut for the summer. Each ticket holder will receive a tasting glass and 8 tasting tickets. Pours are all 6-ounces. Tasting tickets are used for both beer and food at the festival. Additional tasting tickets will be available for purchase. You must be 21+ to purchase and redeem a festival ticket, however minors are welcome when accompanied by a ticket holder.

To purchase tickets go to or find updated information at

We cannot think of a finer way to release 3-Way IPA than with all of our collaborators, surrounded by our friends, and drinking lupulin delights right in the heart of the City of Dreams.

Event Details:

Captain George Flavel Mansion

441 8th Street

Astoria, Oregon

Saturday, May 25th

Noon to 6pm

Brought to You By:

Fort George Brewery

1483 Duane Street

Astoria, Oregon 97103

(503) 325-PINT

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  • david
    Wed Apr 3, 2019 12:34 PM

    Dear Fort George: Please get your beer to market, especially Vortex, in less than 3 weeks.
    Once it hits about 23 days, it starts deteriorating into sh**….with floaties appearing, and growing bigger, every day afterwards.
    From Astoria to Portland is a couple hours drive…if you can’t get your distributor to speed it up to less than 3 weeks, drop them and self-distribute.

    Meanwhile, best forget about new beer releases…the mismanagement of your cash cow is quietly killing you.