Sunriver Brewfest Runs 5/31-6/1, Benefits Habitat for Humanity

backyard at Sunriver Resort

The Sunriver Brewfest, which will take place in The Backyard behind the Lodge at Sunriver Resort, will feature over 50 beverages from breweries and cideries in Oregon, Washington, and California. It runs from 4-9pm on Friday 5/31 and Saturday 6/1. The event is pet- and kid-friendly, and is free to enter. A tasting mug with five tokens is $20, and more tokens can be purchased in packs of five for $5. Take in the brews with a view of Mt. Bachelor.

This event benefits the La Pine Habitat for Humanity. Those interested in volunteering can contact stacia@habitatlapinesunriver.org. Complete event info can be found here.

Breweries: 
Backwoods Brewing Company | Carson, WA
Cascade Lakes Brewery | Bend, OR
Coalition Brewing | Portland, OR
Crux Fermentation Project | Bend, OR
Deschutes Brewery | Bend, OR
Fremont Brewing | Seattle, WA
Full Sail Brewery | Hood River, OR
Georgetown Brewing | Seattle, WA
Gilgamesh Brewing | Salem, OR
Hop Valley Brewing | Eugene, OR
Hopworks Urban Brewery | Portland, OR
Lagunitas Brewing | Petaluma, CA
Lost Coast Brewery | Eureka, CA
Migration Brewing | Portland, OR
Rogue Brewing | Newport, OR
Saint Archer Brewing | San Diego, CA
Sierra Nevada Brewing | Chico, CA
Silver Moon Brewing | Bend, OR
Stone Brewing Company | Escondido, CA
Two Beers Brewing | Seattle, WA
Worthy Brewing Company | Bend, OR

Cideries & Kombucha
2 Towns Ciderhouse | Corvallis, OR
Bad Granny Cider | Wenatchee, WA
Kyla Hard Kombucha | Hood River, OR
Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider | Portland, OR
Schilling Cider | Auburn, WA
Seattle Cider | Seattle, WA

Aaron Brussat
Aaron Brussat

Aaron Brussat is a complex living organism with an interest in all things fermented. He started writing about and working in the beer industry in 2010. His experience stems primarily from spending six years at The Bier Stein as a beer steward, homebrewing since 2005, and passing the BJCP and Certified Cicerone exams. Highlights along the way include numerous collaborations with local brewers, curating beer dinners at The Bier Stein, and traveling to Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Peru, and New Zealand (as well as many parts of the U.S.) for a chance to drink beer at the source.

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