Block 15 Empties their Coolers for Curbside Beer Sale

Block 15 Brewing is hosting a curbside dock sale this Saturday, March 28th with cans, bottles, kegs, and rare beers from the cellar and even hard cider from 2 Towns. The only catch is that all orders need to be placed online in advance. No walk-up orders will be accommodated but you can make your purchases all the way up until Friday at 12pm, minimum purchase is $40.

More info from Block 15 Brewing:

  • In your order confirmation email, there will be a link to schedule your pick-up time on Saturday. If you do not log in to select a pick-up time by 5pm on Friday, then we will assign one to you. On Saturday morning you will receive details of order pick-up, please look for that message.
  • Your name and address that you submit in this process must match the legal name on your Identification. ID will be required for all orders, no matter your age.
  • *Orders may not be modified during pickup. The order that you place today is the order you will receive on Sunday.


  • Corni-kegs must be dropped off at our Tap Room between 9am-11am on Saturday morning cleaned and sanitized INSIDE AND OUT.
  • There is no need to get out of your car, as we are trying to limit as much personal contact during this time as possible—just unlock your trunk/doors and our staff will retrieve your keg.
  • Head out and return during your allotted pickup window to retrieve your freshly filled corni keg.
Block 15 Brewing


  • Customers will be given a parking spot number with their order. Simply park in that spot, and a Block 15 employee will come and bring you the necessary paperwork to fill out.
  • Once that paperwork is filled out, we will load the kegs up in your vehicle and you’ll be on your way!


  • Please bring a printed copy of your receipt.
  • Do not worry about getting out of your car! Once you arrive, a greeter will direct you where to park, check-in your order, and a Block 15 employee will run it out to you and load it in your vehicle—easy peasy!


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Samurai Artist

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: