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Chuckanut Brewing announces Portland Taproom Opening

The lager masters at Chuckanut Brewery are opening a taproom in Portland, OR on December 9th, 2021. The Bellingham, Washington founded brewery recently closed their flagship brewpub, but expanded their production facility and plan to make the Portland location dubbed the “P Nut Beer Hall” a focus of their operations going forward.

The new beer hall is located at 920 SE Caruthers St in Portland in the busy SE Division neighborhood. The hall features a large beer hall style table, lots of windows and bar height areas to mingle as well as a party room for private groups, game nights and special events. For those that prefer the great outdoors there’s lots of picnic tables out front.

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Eh! It’s Canadian Beer Day!

First started in 2019, Canadian Beer Day is dedicated to celebrating beer and the thousands of Canadians involved in the brewing, selling, delivering, serving – and enjoying – Canada’s favorite beverage loved by millions across the country. The celebration, which occurs every year on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, recognizes and celebrates beer and breweries in Canada and the workers directly involved in beer’s supply chain – agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and hospitality.
“Beer brings Canadians together, and it’s been a part of our country’s culture and communities for generations. The last 18 months have been a challenging time for Canadians and businesses, specifically those in hospitality and tourism, making beer’s role in bringing friends and family together more important than ever,” said Dana Miller, Interim Director, Communications and Engagement for Beer Canada.
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SF Bay Area – Reviving Community with Brewer Weekends

Bay Area Brewers Guild
Hard to fathom fall is here and the majority of 2021 is behind us. Hopefully a summer of hunkering down means better days ahead, and for us at the Bay Area Brewers Guild, we’d like to help bring back community by spotlighting five Bay Area regions — one for each weekend of October.

We’re kicking things off this weekend in the North Bay, where brewers often work hand-in-hand with local farms and use local ingredients, like fresh picked hops for wet-hopped beers. Along with highlighting those releases, other seasonal favorites (Oktoberfest, anyone?), plus fall brewery events, food & beer pairings, and a new brewery opening are all in the mix this weekend.
Collectively, these Brewer Weekends are meant as reminders there’s nearly always something special, fun or new at your neighborhood brewery every weekend, to enjoy safely on-site or grab and go.
They’re also intended as teasers for 2022, when we hope to finally hold these ‘beer week’ style occasions in their fuller glory, five dotted throughout the calendar, and do proper justice to each region’s unique and vibrant craft beer scene.
Until then, enjoy this impromptu 5-weekend October surprise, and help support and appreciate the neighborhood breweries who so often bring us together.
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6th Annual Portland Fresh Hop Pop-Up Beer Fest

Oregon’s freshest Fresh Hop event kicks off the seasonal hop harvest celebrations with 17 straight days of fun September 17 – October 3rd from 8am – 10pm. The 6th annual Portland Fresh Hop Pop-Up Beer Fest has yet to miss a year, and this will be the largest lineup of beers so far.

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Portland Fresh Hops Festival Returns This October


Oregon’s Largest Fresh Hops Festival Returns In-Person, Vaccinations Required
The Oregon Brewers Guild’s 17th Annual Portland Fresh Hops Festival will be returning in-person this October, albeit a bit different than
previous years. The event, which has been held previously at the Oaks Park Amusement Park, will be moving to the Glendoveer Golf &
Tennis driving range, with food options provided by Von Ebert Brewing. The event will be held on October 1st and 2nd.
Press Release
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Free beer, donuts and more with your COVID-19 vaccine

Free beer, donuts and more: 12 reasons to get your COVID-19 vaccine
In a bid to get as many people vaccinated as possible, companies and local governments are giving away these freebies.
Not only will your COVID-19 vaccine assist in protecting you from the virus, but it can get you so much free stuff. Companies, organizations and even local governments are offering incentives to those getting their coronavirus vaccines — all you need is to show your vaccine card.
These incentives are especially helpful in urging more and more people to get both doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna shots, as recent data has shown that some people are skipping the second shot. Though the CDC has pointed out mild side effects that most people experience after the second vaccine shot, it still largely does not compare to actually having COVID-19. If having to get two shots is part of the concern, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine works in just one dose.
Aside from brands offering incentives, some employers are also offering a perk, whether it’s paid time off or a cash bonus. Ask your own employer if you aren’t sure if there’s a perk — you might be pleasantly surprised. To take advantage of all these perks on offer, you have to do your part and get vaccinated first. Here’s everything your vaccine card will get you.
Via CNET

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Valentine’s Gift Box
Discover a perfect pairing between Bear Republic Beer & Volo Chocolate.

Available Now!
Share your love of beer with Bear Republic’s Valentine’s Gift Box, a perfect pairing of beer and chocolate for sharing with your love. Featuring two different kinds of beer paired with 3 different chocolates from Volo Chocolate, two small tasting glasses, and a bottle opener.
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Free Beer & Dessert Tasting Webinar 12/17

Siebel Holiday Special – Beer & Dessert Tasting
By Lallemand Brewing
Siebel’s Holiday Special:

Beer and Dessert Pairing Event

Join and help us bring that extra special cheers at our holiday celebration live event. You are highly encouraged to eat and drink with us to experience the balance of harmonizing beer and desserts. Here is our lineup and suggestion for beer and dessert options:

Special Guest: John Mallet
Bell’s Lager of the Lakes + Pistachio Gelato
Beer Substitutes: Pilsner Urquell, Raderberger Pilsner, Konig Pilsner, Kromacher Pils

Special Guest: Josh Deth
Revolution Brewing Fistmas + Carrot Cake
Beer Substitutes: Gouden Carolus Noel Christmas Ale, Great Lakes Christmas Ale, Anchor Christmas Ale

Special Guest: Mike Siegel
Goose Island Bourbon County Stout + Chocolate Lava Cake
Beer Substitutes: North Coast Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Rasputin, Bourbon Barrel Aged Arrogant Bastard, Anderson Valley Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout.

For additional information, visit our Facebook live event page.
Cheers and Happy Holidays,

The Siebel Institute of Technology team.
*17th of December at:
11:30 pm Paris
5:30 pm NYC
9:30 am Sydney (+1 day)

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Banff Craft Beer Week Canceled


BANFF CRAFT BEER WEEK CALLED OFF AND POSTPONED

Due to a growing concern for public health, Alberta Beer Festivals is calling off this year’s Banff Craft Beer Week and postponing it until further notice. From the outset of planning, which began in August of 2020, the format for the Banff Craft Beer Week was always intended to be people safely supporting local by visiting restaurants in their cohorts. Even with this in mind, due to the recent escalation of Covid cases both in Banff and in the province of Alberta, we are calling off all activations for the 2020 Banff Craft Beer Week.

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OR – Crosby Hop Farm and TopWire Hop Project


WOODBURN, Ore. – Crosby Hops, an integrated hop merchant and processor in the Pacific Northwest today announces its new overarching brand family that includes Crosby Hops, Crosby Hop Farm and TopWire Hop Project. Crosby opened the TopWire Hop Project, a one of a kind experiential beer garden on July 24, 2020.

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National Beer Run Day is this Friday

It’s (Almost) Time to Make a Beer Run!
The second annual

is this Friday, July 3. Are you ready to stock up on your favorite indie craft beer for Independence Day weekend? Lace up your sneaks and make a plan!

How to Get Involved
Pick up some of your favorite indie craft beer
Share your beer run on social and tag #BeerRunDay
Via Brewers Association

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MI Brewers Guild Publishes Annual Magazine & Map

PR – The Michigan Brewers Guild has just released the 2020 edition of its annual publication, Michigan. The Great Beer State. The 72-page magazine includes stories about the creativity and consistency behind brewing; beer quality tips for consumers; and how member breweries give-back in big and small ways around Michigan.
A highlight of the publication is the pull-out map and listings for 293 member brewery locations spread out throughout Michigan’s two peninsulas (up from 281 in last year’s issue).
“We look forward to the Great Beer State magazine every year,” says Scott Graham, the Guild’s executive director. “It is always fun to review the brewery listings, map and other information in a printed format that you can hold in your hands and turn the pages.”
The 80,000 copies of the magazine have been distributed to member breweries, Michigan welcome centers, chambers of commerce and visitor bureaus, retail locations and other beer-supporting businesses around the state. A flip-book version is also available online at MiBeer.com (under resources). An additional 10,000 copies of the pull-out map were also printed.

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OR – Virtual Fest Schedule Released

Join the Oregon Brewers Guild from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, for a digital dive into Oregon craft beer. Brewers will give behind-the-scenes brewery tours, explore beer styles and history, and much more. The fest is a fundraiser for the Oregon Brewers Guild.
The tentative schedule is live on their EventBrite page, and features over 30 breweries. A few highlights include a behind-the-scenes tour of The Ale Apothecary’s mythical brewery, housed in a cabin high in the hills above Bend; a Bob Ross-style beer painting class with Leikam Brewing; a live tour of pFriem Family Brewing’s new Cascade Locks Barrel-aging Facility; an in-depth chat with Oregon brewing legend John Harris of Ecliptic; live music and much more.
Need a beer for the fest? (Of course you do). Over 100 breweries across the state are offering delivery and takeout. Find a comprehensive list of options here.
Via Oregon Brewers Guild

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Where you can order beer to-go in Houston

HOUSTON – With the news that dine-in service would be prohibited due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a temporary waiver that allows restaurants to include alcohol beverages in takeout and delivery orders.
All alcohol included in takeout or delivery orders must be sold in the original container that was sealed by the manufacturer of the beverage, according to the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission.
Under the relaxed policy, the customer must not be intoxicated and must present valid proof of their identity that confirms they are at least 21 years old when the order is delivered.
According to TABC, there is no required food-to-alcohol ratio.
EaterHouston compiled a list of all restaurants offering cocktail kits, wine, and beer deliveries in Houston.
Via Click2Houston