2019 Oregon Trail Brewfest Announces Participants

Oregon City, OR’s 4th annual Oregon Trail Brewfest is back for a 2019 edition on Saturday, July 20th from 11am to 10pm. The Oregon Trail Brewfest celebrates beer from along the Oregon Trail featuring breweries from Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon. The festival will be held at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (1726 Washington St.) around their expansive lawn under the backdrop of giant covered wagons.

“We’re excited about this diverse lineup, and the opportunity for festival-goers to try beer from all along the historic Oregon Trail,” Oregon City Brewing sales representative Adam Sivits said.

Participating breweries include:

Bent Shovel Brewing

Boise Brewing

Boulevard Brewing Co.

Breakside Brewery

Coalition Brewing

Coin Toss Brewing

Double Mountain Brewery

Ecliptic Brewing

Fearless Brewing Co.

Feckin Brewery

Full Sail Brewing Co.

Gigantic Brewing Co.

Groundbreaker Brewing

Iron Rail Brewing

Kros Strain Brewing

Level Beer

Little Beast Brewing

McMenamins Brewery

Melvin Brewing

Migration Brewing

Montavilla Brew Works

Occidental Brewing Co.

Old Town Brewing

Ordnance Brewing

Oregon City Brewing Co.

pFriem Family Brewers

Pono Brewing

Rogue Ales

Second Profession 

Shattered Oak Brewing

Stickmen Brewing Co.

Stormbreaker Brewing

Upright Brewing

Vanguard Brewing Co.

Von Ebert Brewing

Woodland Empire

Xicha Brewing Co.

Participating cideries include:

12 Bridge Ciderworks

Bauman’s Cider Company

Portland Cider Company

Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider

Food vendors:

Olympia Provisions, Trails End Kettle Corn, Killer Burger, Lil Porkies, Kona Ice, and Adelina’s Mexican Food.

There will be live music all day, starting with Vandylan & The Dead, and followed by Mike Coykendall, Dear Drummer, Trashcan Joe’s, The Celebrators, Camp Crush, and ending with Charts.

The Oregon Trail Brewfest is an all-ages affair, and will feature plenty of lawn games and other activities to keep young ones busy. Attendees can purchase tickets at https://www.oregontrailbrewfestival.com, and tickets will also be available to purchase at the door the day of the event. Part of the proceeds of the festival will go to the Downtown Oregon City Association to help support the revitalization of Oregon City’s historic 175-year-old downtown.

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.

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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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