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Beer Festivals - November, 2007 - North America

Below is a list of that we know of during the month of November, 2007 in North America.

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Philadelphia OKTOBERFEST Philadelphia, PA

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5th annual Festival of Barrel-aged Beer Chicago, IL

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German Beer Dinner/ Tasting Hickory, NC

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11th Great International Beer Competition Providence, RI

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14th Great International Beer Festival Providence, RI

West Coast Barrel Aged Beer Festival Hayward, CA

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Taste Beering- Grinders KC- O\'Fallon\'s Kansas City, MO

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Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

Brouwer's Big Wood Festival Seattle, OR

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Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

Holiday Ale Festival Portland, OR

3rd Annual Winter Beer Festival Seattle, WA

Stronge Ale Festival Carlsbad, CA


Event Details

November 2, 2007 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Philadelphia OKTOBERFEST
* GTV ALMRAUSCH SCHUHPLATTLERS PRESENT THEIR 38th ANNUAL BAVARIAN OKTOBERFEST ... Have a BEER, Have a BRATWURST, HAVE A BALL ! Have a WARSTEINER, DAB, ENGEL GOLD, BECKS, SPATEN, LOWENBRAU, LEIKEIM, PAULANER, St. PAULI GIRL, HEINEKEN, YUENGLING... Music and Dancing from 8:00pm - 12:00am ( Doors Open At 7:00 / Arriving Early Is STRONGLY Suggested . ) EXTRAORDINARY ENTERTAINMENT FESTIVE OMM-PAH MUSIC ENTRANCE PARADE AUTHENTIC BAVARIAN DANCERS MEN wearing LEDERHOSEN WOMEN wearing DIRNDLS EVERYONE WEARING SMILES TABLES OF TEN AVAILABLE - BAR and KITCHEN OPEN - AMPLE FREE PARKING AN EVENING OF MUSIC, DANCING, COMEDY and CAMARADERIE ! Renowned "KAPELLE FELLAS BAND" WILL KEEP YOU ON YOUR FEET Authentic "BAVARIAN DANCERS" WILL KEEP YOU AMAZED ! Lederhosen, Laughter, LIBATIONS... PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY . SO AUTHENTIC, YOU'LL THINK YOU NEED A PASSPORT TO GET HOME !

Location: CANNSTATTER VOLKSFEST VEREIN, 9130 ACADEMY RD, PHILA. 19114 http://www.cvvphilly.com
Hours: 8:00 pm - 12:00 am
Admission: $8.50 advance / $10.00 at door
Organization: GTV ALMRAUSCH SCHUHPLATTLERS
Contact: KARIN
Phone: 610-544-2647
Email: Karinmrh1@comcast.net

November 3, 2007 - Chicago, Illinois, United States
5th annual Festival of Barrel-aged Beer
The country's first and largest beer festival dedicated to the art of wood and barrel aging returns once again to Goose Island Wrigleyville in Chicago on Saturday afternoon, November 3. Make your plans now to attend, as tickets are sure to be in great demand. The beers, often aged on oak and in whiskey and wine barrels, offer unique flavors and aromas rarely seen today. They also provide a fascinating look back into brewing's past. Last year a sellout crowd of approximately 500 sampled 71 beers from 28 different breweries, representing 14 states from coast to coast (download official PDF program). Tickets are not currently on sale. Watch this site for an update regarding ticket sales. As in previous years, tickets will be available by mail and at select Chicagoland ICBG member pubs. For the third straight year, Best of Show was awarded to an Illinois Craft Brewers Guild member, the Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery in downtown Chicago. Another ICBG member, Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery, was the runner-up. The Best of Show award was Rock Bottom-Chicago's second in the event's four-year history, an impressive achievement. Thanks to everyone who attended - we are thrilled to have such a discerning and appreciative crowd at the Festival.

Location: Goose Island-Wrigleyville 3535 North Clark Street
Hours: check site for updates
Admission: Check website for updates
Organization: Illinois Craft Brewer's Guild
Email: jeff@illinoisbeer.com
URL: www.illinoisbeer.com

November 4, 2007 - Hickory, North Carolina, United States
German Beer Dinner/ Tasting
Five Course Dinner, Five diffr. German Beers Prize Drawing

Location: Hickory, NC 28602 2950 NC 127 South
Hours: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Admission: $55, $45 for designated driver
Organization: Old German Schnitzel Haus, LLC
Contact: Bobby Bush, Ulf Menzel
Phone: 828-294-2002
Email: bobbywbush@charter.net

November 9, 2007 - Providence, Rhode Island, United States
11th Great International Beer Competition
Competition of micro, macro and craft beers - over 210 entries; judging by 30 professionals. Awards for the best beers.

Location: RI Convention Center One Sabin Street Providence, RI 02903
Hours: Judging 9 am - 3 pm
Organization: Festivals of America LLC
Contact: Maury A. Ryan
Phone: 401/272-0980
Fax: 401/223-0160
Email: mryan@beerfestamerica.com

November 10, 2007 - Providence, Rhode Island, United States
14th Great International Beer Festival
Over 250 brews from around the world and 110 breweries. Nation's largest International Beer Festival

Location: RI Convention Center One Sabin Street Providence, RI 02903
Hours: 1 - 4:30 pm and 6:30 - 10 pm
Admission: $35 includes unlimited sampling
Organization: Festivals of America LLC
Contact: Maury A. Ryan
Phone: 401/272-0980
Fax: 401/223-0160
Email: mryan@beerfestamerica.com

November 10, 2007 - Hayward, California, United States
West Coast Barrel Aged Beer Festival
The only Barrel aged beer fest on the west coast. All beers will be on tap. Last year we had 44 entries. Were expecting over 50 this year. The beers are judged based on cooperage. We have 5 catagories. 1. Bourbon, scotch, whiskey 2. brandy, port, madiera 3. wine 4. Straight Wood 5. Sour catagory in any barrel combinations Last year we had over 400 people show up, there is live music & BBQ all day. We close Main St. for this event. The avg. avb. for the beers was 10.1% Last year the Grand Champion of all beers was Port Brewing Old Viscosity. An event not to be missed

Location: The Bistro 1001 B Street, Hayward, Ca. 94541
Hours: 11am to 7 pm
Admission: $25.00 -2oz. pours with 6 tokens
Organization: The Bistro
Contact: Vic Kralj
Phone: 510 886 8525
Fax: 510 8861513
Email: vicbistro@yahoo.com

November 21, 2007 - Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Taste Beering- Grinders KC- O\'Fallon\'s
Monthly Tating with Appetizers Included; O\'Fallon\'s Smoked Porter, Gold, Cherry chocloate, et al $15 in Advance/$20 day of ($5 credit to any purchases)

Location: Grinders- Crossroads 417 E. 18th Street (@Locust)
Hours: 7pm-10pm
Contact: Molly
Phone: 816 472 5454

November 29, 2007 to December 2, 2007 - Portland, Oregon, United States
Holiday Ale Festival
The only beer festival in the Northwest to be held outdoors in the dark, cold and often wet month of December, the Holiday Ale Festival is truly distinct. Despite chilly temperatures and often-inclement weather outside, attendees stay warm and dry under a large clear tent that covers the venue while allowing for views of the city lights. Gas heaters create a cozy ambience under the boughs of one of the region's largest decorated Christmas trees. Three-dozen potent winter ales are featured at the event, all of which are created specifically to bring warmth and cheer to the holiday season. The beers are rich, robust and full of complex flavors. Event is 21 and over.

Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square
Hours: 11 am to 10 pm Thur-Sat, 11 am to 6 pm Sunday
Admission: Admission is free. A one-time purchase 2007 souvenir mug is required for tasting beer and costs $5. Patrons pay $4 for each full mug of beer, or $1 for a taste.
Organization: Holiday Ale Festival
Contact: Preston Weesner
Phone: 503-252-9899
Email: holidayale@comcast.net

November 29, 2007 to December 2, 2007 - Portland, Oregon, United States
Holiday Ale Festival
The Holiday Ale Festival is a joyous tradition among beer lovers who treasure the big beers of winter. Held outdoors in the chilly month of Dec., the festival pours more than three-dozen robust winter craft brews, the majority of which have either been created specifically for the event, or are vintage or reserve beers not available in the general market. It is effectively the most prestigious winter beer sampling opportunity on the West Coast. The 12th annual Holiday Ale Festival will begin on Thursday, Nov. 29, and continue through Sunday, Dec. 2 at Pioneer Courthouse Square, located at 701 SW Sixth Ave at the intersection of SW Broadway and Yamhill streets, immediately on the MAX Light Rail line. Hours for the event are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. The event is for ages 21 and over. Despite winter-like temperatures and often-inclement weather, attendees stay warm and dry under a large clear tent that covers the venue while allowing for views of the city lights. Gas heaters create a cozy ambience under the boughs of one of the region's largest decorated Christmas trees. In addition to beer tasting, the festival also features on-site food, beer merchandise, complimentary sodas for designated drivers, mead sampling, and seasonal background music. The Holiday Ale Festival annually draws more than 15,0000 people to the event. To alleviate long lines and facilitate better access to the beer, festival organizers have increased this year’s event space by 20 percent. Also returning to the event is the fourth annual Brewers Brunch, taking place on Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to Noon on the upper level of Pioneer Courthouse Square. The auxiliary event features breakfast and an assortment of local and imported winter beers not available at the festival itself. Tickets cost $30 and are available at www.holidayale.com.

Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square 701 SW Sixth Ave
Hours: 11 am to 10 pm Thur-Sat; 11 am to 6 pm Sun
Admission: Admission into the venue is free. A purchase of a 2007 souvenir mug is required for tasting beer, and costs $5. Patrons purchase script for $1 apiece. It takes $4 in script for a full mug of beer, or $1 for a taste.
Organization: Holiday Ale Festival
Contact: Preston Weesner
Phone: 503-252-9899
Email: holidayale@comcast.net

November 29, 2007 to December 2, 2007 - Portland, Oregon, United States
Holiday Ale Festival
Welcome to the Holiday Ale Festival, the only beer festival in the Northwest to be held outdoors in the dark, cold and often wet month of December. Despite chilly temperatures and often-inclement weather outside, attendees stay warm and dry at the festival under a large clear tent that covers the venue while allowing for views of the city lights. Gas heaters create a cozy ambience under the boughs of one of the region's largest decorated Christmas trees. More than three dozen potent winter ales are featured at the event, all of which are created specifically to bring warmth and cheer to the holiday season. The beers are rich, robust and full of complex flavors. Cheers to the Season! Located at: Pioneer Courthouse Square 701 SW Sixth Ave (between Yamhill and Morrison Streets) Portland, Oregon 97205 Right on the MAX line!

Location: Pioneer Square
Hours: 11am - 10pm Th - Sat , 11am -6pm Sunday
Admission: Free
Phone: 503-252-9899
Email: holidayale@comcast.net
URL: www.holidayale.com

November 29, 2007 - Seattle, Oregon, United States
Brouwer's Big Wood Festival
Brouwers Cafe will be holding the first annual Big Wood Festival bringing over 40 Taps of the finest beers that wood can age. Here's a sneak preview of some of the beers that will be on tap. Allagash Curieux, Allagash Musette, Baron Bourbon aged Liberator, Beersel Oude Lambic, Big Sky Ivan The Terrible, Big Time Bulleit Bourbon Old Rip, Boulder Beer Obovoid Empirical Stout, Deschuttes Oaked Mirror Mirror, Diamond Knott Bourbon Barrel Ho Ho, Elliot Bay Dark Star Porter, Elysian Jack Frost, Flyers Oak aged Bottleworks 8, Full Sail 2004 Bourbon Barrel Porter, Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti, Hales Bourbon Troll Porter, Hales Bourbon Wee Heavy, He'brew Rye Whiskey Barrel Lennys, Iron Hors Oak Cask Conditioned Belgian Black, Lagunitas Oak aged Brown Shugga, Maritime Bourbon Barrel Bosuns Black, New Belgium La Folie, New Belgium La Terroir, Pacific Rim Makers Mark IPA, Pike Oak aged Kilt Lifter, Pike '06 Oak aged Old Bawdy, Rodenbach Grand Cru, Sierra Oak aged Celebration, Skagit Oak aged Skullers Cask, Skagit Oak aged Trumpeter, Stix Oak aged Belgian Double, Stone Oak aged Bastard, Water Street Big fat Morning Wood, and many more. We also have beers from Avery, Lost Abbey, Hair of the Dog, and more.

Location: 400 North 35th
Hours: regular hours
Admission: per beer purchase
Organization: Brouwers Cafe
Phone: (206) 267-2437
Email: ianr@brouwerscafe.com

November 30, 2007 to December 1, 2007 - Seattle, Washington, United States
3rd Annual Winter Beer Festival
Event will feature many big, bold winter warmers with robust flavors by over 30 Washington breweries. A popular Vintage Beer Tasting will return again with some of Washington’s favorite winter beers from a few years back. See the 2007 beer list. Many of the beers served at the Winter Beer Festival have high alcohol. Please drink responsibly. It is always a good idea designate a driver or use public transportation (take Metro 28 bus). If you don’t feel comfortable driving home please contact event staff. We’d be happy to call a taxi for you.

Location: Hale’s Palladium @ Hale’s Ales Brewery 4301 Leary Way NW
Hours: November 30th, 5-10pm, Saturday December 1st, 1-10pm
Admission: $23 advance/$25 at the door
Organization: Washington Brewers Guild
URL: www.washingtonbeer.com

November 30, 2007 to December 1, 2007 - Carlsbad, California, United States
Stronge Ale Festival
The most amazing selection of over 60 beers above 8% alcohol! It's a great way to get educated while having too much fun! Tickets are only available at the door for this! By popular demand the VIP session is from 1-4pm on Friday Nov. 30th featuring the first crack at all the beers with limited ticket sales for $40 that go on sale October 1st! Cheers!

Location: Adjacent to Pizza Port Carlsbad located at 571 Carlsbad Village Dr just 1/2 mile West of I-5 in the Village of Carlsbad.
Hours: Starting at 4pm on Friday and 11am on Saturday to 11pm both days!
Admission: $25 to get in which includes a commemorative glass and 8 taster tickets. Only $1 for eachadditional 4 ounce taste
Organization: Pizza Port
URL: www.pizzaport.com/festivals.htm

Event Links

5th annual Festival of Barrel-aged Beer
Chicago, IL

Holiday Ale Festival
Portland, OR

3rd Annual Winter Beer Festival
Seattle, WA

Stronge Ale Festival
Carlsbad, CA

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