Cascadian Beer Festival – Beer List

Cascadian Beer Festival – Beer List Posted on October 11, 2018 When: Where:

Cascadian Beer Fest
November 10, 4-9pm
Hopworks Urban Brewery Vancouver, 17707 SE Mill Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA
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On November 10th from 4-9pm, we invite you all to join us at Hopworks Urban Brewery in Vancouver, WA for our Cascadian Beer Festival. The event brings together twelve breweries from across the Cascadian Region to brew special beers inspired by Cascadia and brewed with ingredients from Cascadia. This event celebrates the bounty of our region and an effort to give back to the land we love. 

We are selling festival packages for $20 each. This includes a HUB Chalice and 5 drink tickets. Most of the beers we will be serving will be 1 ticket for an 8oz. pour, however a select few will cost 2 tickets for an 8 oz pour. Additional drink tickets will be available for sale for $3 each. 

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE The Beer List 54° 40′ Brewing – Washougal, WA.
Restoration Ale – This NW Pale Ale was brewed in collaboration with Steigerwald Wildlife Refuge and the Columbia Gorge Refuge Stewards. The Stewards efforts preserve and maintain the Steigerwald Refuge through public education, advocacy and habitat restoration. 5% ABV
Nonprofit: Gorge Refuge Stewards

Ashtown – Longview, WA.
Eufaula Wet Hop IIRA– A NW imperial red brewed with Washington base malt and loads of fresh locally grown hops. Ashtown’s Eufaula Farm has been providing hops for their wet hop beer series since 2013. 8.2% ABV
Nonprofit: Lower Columbia School Gardens

Barbarian – Garden City, ID.
#Cascadia– Brut IPA made with Mecca Grade Malt and Idaho hops and hop hash. 7% ABV
Nonprofit: Idaho Rivers United

Cascadia Ciderworks United – Portland, OR.
Cranberry Dry – This cider starts out as a true dry cider, made with the finest American dessert apples and crafted with Belgian beer yeast. For this special event, we have added cranberry juice from Starvation Alley Cranberry Farms. 6.2% ABV
Nonprofit: Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center

Eel River – Fortuna, CA.
Fortuna Fog – A Cascadian sourced Fall IPA, featuring Organic Copeland Pilsner Malt, Caramel Steam, and Flaked Rye. Bright red in color, with a dry, crisp finish from a generous dose of resin packed Amarillo hops from the Yakima Valley’s Puterbaugh farms. 7% ABV
Nonprofit: Eel River Watershed Improvement Group

Fifty Fifty – Truckee, CA.
CAPA (California Pale Ale) – Our hat tip to the timeless and tasty West Coast Style Pale Ale, which offers a fantastic floral aroma, bursting with hop character. Citra hops dance around your palate on this easy drinking, semi-hazy pale ale. An exceptionally smooth, medium-bodied malt finish rounds out this deliciously drinkable and balanced pale ale. 5.4% ABV
Nonprofit: POW (Protect Our Winters)

Fortside – Vancouver, WA.
TBD – A beautiful Washington beer brewed entirely from products of our beautiful state. This belgian dark strong has a pilsner malt base produced by our friends at Mainstem Malt and a bit of dark malt from Skagit Valley Malting. Pinot Noir grapes from White Dog Farms in La Center, WA give this complex belgian beer another layer of subtle cherry and dark fruit notes. 10% ABV
Nonprofit: TBD

Hopworks Urban Brewery – Vancouver, WA
Grizzly Snacks – A strong amber ale fermented with Idaho huckleberries from Priest Lake. All the malt was malted by Great Western Malting in Vancouver, Washington and the hops were all came from Oregon and Washington. 6.8% ABV
Nonprofit: Washington Wild

Hopworks Urban Brewery – Vancouver, WA
Salish Blue – Hazy IPA made with Salish Blue wheat malt. Salish Blue was developed at Washington State University by breeding wheat and wheat grass to make a perennial grain. It also features Strata hops which were developed by Oregon State and Indie Hops. 6% ABV
Nonprofit: Washington Wild

Payette – Boise, ID.
Foothills Hazy IPA – Resiny, slightly tropical hop profile. Big sweet fruit note highlighting tropical flavors. Big rich mouthfeel. 6.5% ABV
Nonprofit: Ridges to Rivers

Pelican – Tillamook, OR.
TBD – This beer is a collaborative project with Ransom winery using fresh Gewurztraminer juice fermented in a pale Saison base beer. This Belgian-inspired fruit beer has a very pale color, lean body, and a dry well attenuated finish. Spicy, fruity aromatics highlight both the Saison yeast and the Gewurztraminer grapes, while a slight earthy floral note adds accent via Oregon-grown Golding hops. 8% ABV
Nonprofit: Salmon Superhighway

Persephone – Gibsons, BC.
Coast Life Lager – Crisp and refreshing! We brew our Coast Life Lager entirely with hops grown on our 11 acre farm in Gibsons, BC. Pairs well with wearing cut-off jeans and thinking about mowing your lawn. 4.5% ABV
Nonprofit: Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living (SCACL)

Pfriem – Hood River, OR.
Abrikoos – 2.7 lbs. of fresh apricots per gallon of our Lambic-inspired Ale in pFriem Abrikoos may seem like a lot, but the aromas of grape, and cantaloupe and tart notes of baked lemons and pineapple nectar don’t lie. It’s just right! 5.4% ABV
Nonprofit: TBD


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