Ezra Johnson-Greenough and Sarah Pederson Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival – Portland Beer Podcast Episode 34
Episode 34 of the Portland Beer Podcast is here!
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More about this Portland Beer Podcast Episode
In this entertaining episode Ezra, Sarah, and Steven talk all things related to the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival. This episode begins with a discussion of the difference between a farmhouse beer and a wild ale, and then the conversation shifts to talking about spontaneous fermentation.
Steven then takes a brief culinary detour talking with Sarah about the wonderful dish they serve at Saraveza – the Pasty!
Ezra, Sarah, and Steven talk about some the breweries taking part in the 2017 edition of the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival – including Perennial Artisan Ales, Benedictine Brewery, The Commons Brewery, Upright Brewing , Ruse Brewing, Reach Break Brewing, Alesong Brewing & Blending, Wolf Tree Brewery, Agrarian Ales, Holy Mountain Brewing, Against the Grain, Sixpoint, Crooked Stave, Stillwater, Three Magnets Brewing, Matchless Brewing, Propolis Brewing and Wander Brewing.
During the episode this excellent Willamette Week article about Wolf Tree Brewery by Martin Cizmar is referenced – www.wweek.com/bars/beer/2017/03/21/a-tiny-coastal-brewery-is-becoming-the-king-of-sitka-spruce-beers
Ezra, Sarah, and Steven close out this episode talking about the both 2017 and 2016 Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival official beers: 2017 — Logsdon Farmhouse Ales “Portland Farmhouse Fest Saraveza Sour” and 2016 — “The Croze” by The Commons Brewery.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales “Portland Farmhouse Fest Saraveza Sour” is an unblended, spontaneously inoculated “methode van lembeek”- style beer. Only two kegs and forty cases of this beer were made. Bottles will be on sale at the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival for $13.
Saraveza has unearthed two cases of last 2016’s official festival bottle release “The Croze” by The Commons Brewery, and they will be on sale for $12.
Here is a New School Beer article about “The Making of The Commons Brewery’s The Croze” — www.newschoolbeer.com/2016/03/the-making-of-the-commons-brewerys-the-croze.html
More Info about the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival
What – The Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival is an exploration of modern American-made rustic and wild farmhouse-style beers and breweries
When –Saturday, and Sunday April 1st and 2nd.
Event hours are 11 AM to 9 AM on Saturday April 1st, and 11 AM – 6 PM Sunday April 2nd.
A VIP session was VIP was offered Friday March 31st from 4 PM- 9 PM and that session is sold out.
Location – Saraveza
The address is 1004 N Killingsworth St, Portland, Oregon 97217
Admission – Your $25 General Admission ticket is good for entrance on either Saturday or Sunday and includes one collectible farmhouse festival glass and 10 drink tickets. 4 oz. pours range from one to five tickets per pour.
Follow Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival
Website – www.portlandfarmhousefest.com
Here is a link to the Portland Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival Facebook event page — www.facebook.com/events/207047569763361
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