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Oregon Brewers Festival

Noon-9 pm Wednesday-Saturday and noon-7 pm Sunday, July 24-28., Wednesday July 24 | Free admission.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
SW Naito Pkwy and SW Harrison
 
Oregon’s signature keg party, the Oregon Brewers Festival, comes back for its 26th year. We’re looking forward to the cherry wheat from 13 Virtues, the new spin-off of Philadelphia’s brewery; Oakshire 26; and Occidental’s Dortmunder. Admission is free, but you need a $7 glass and $1 tasting tokens to drink.



Where: Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Address: SW Naito Pkwy and SW Harrison
Website: http://www.oregonbrewfest.com/index.php

 
 

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

SW Naito Pkwy and SW Harrison
97204
 
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