Springfield, Oregon’s PublicHouse will host weekly Tuesday brewery tappings and movie showings in its outdoor Arbor Bar this summer, from July 9-August 27. Summer Sunset Cinema is a unique event for the area, and is showing some in-color classics. Featured breweries will have 8 of the many taps, and PublicHouse’s Whiskey Lab will get in on the action for the first flick.
More from the press release:
What: For 8 weeks this summer, PublicHouse in Springfield will host a Sunset Cinema Series out in the Arbor Bar. Every Tuesday, starting on July 9th, PublicHouse will host a different brewery and feature film.
Each week, the guest brewery will have 8 taps at the Arbor Bar, starting at 5pm. People will have the opportunity to chat with the reps, sample some of what their brewery has to offer and participate in activities that reflect the feature film showing at sunset.
Feature Films & Breweries:
Tuesday, July 9: The Big Lebowski / Crux Fermentation Project
White Russians will be available from the Whiskey Lab. Tito’s will donate $1 from each one sold back to the Veterans of Foreign Wars https://www.vfw.org/. Tito’s also donated a bunch of swag to give away during the event.
Tuesday, July 16: Office Space / Monkless Belgian Ales
Tuesday, July 23: Monty Python & the Holy Grail / Yachats Brewing
Tuesday, July 30: Wayne’s World / Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Tuesday, August 6: The Princess Bride / Widmer Brothers Brewery
Tuesday, August 13: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off / Von Ebert Brewing
Tuesday, August 20: The Life Aquatic / Propolis Brewing
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.