Saraveza celebrates 11th Anniversary

North Portland beer bar and midwest-style tavern Saraveza is celebrating their 11th anniversary this Saturday, October 19th. This will be their first anniversary under new ownership, Roscoe’s owners Jeremy Lewis and Quyen Ly purchased Saraveza from founder Sarah Pederson in January.

Saraveza has been a mainstay of the neighborhood and the first craft beer oasis serving the area. To celebrate, Saraveza will be tapping a combo of staff favorites and rarities.

As the annual tradition continues, Saraveza will cut a birthday cake for everyone and have a toast to another year in business around 10pm on Saturday. Come visit a neighborhood classic and celebrate another successful year.


The Commons – Flemish Kiss

La Chouffe – Belgian Blonde

Russian River – Pliny the Elder

Perennial – 2016 Abraxas

Ale Apothecary – Sahalie

Chuckanut – Pilsner

Trillium – Permutation 57

Rev Nat’s – Valley of the Pear

Breakside – IPA (yup, the classic)

Killer Rotating Tap – Featuring Other Half, Trillium, and Moksa beers throughout the day!”

SARAVEZA, 1004 N. Killingsworth St., Portland, OR  97217

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