Feb. 27, 2014, Eugene Craft Beer Roundup
Tapped into Tech
The latest edition of Tastings from The Register-Guard is out! In addition to some drool-inducing articles on Ninkasi’s Single Hop Series, local kombucha, and Full Circle Creamery cheeses, you can also check out my latest craft beer article, Tapped into Technology. Local pubs and breweries find new ways to engage customers through social media, innovative tap-list displays and more:
Save the Date for Sasquatch Brewfest & Eugene Beer Week 2014
Mark your calendar now…
- Eugene Beer Week 2014 is June 2-8
- Sasquatch Brewfest is Sat., June 7, at Ninkasi Brewing
- The Sasquatch Brewer’s Dinner will be Fri., June 6, at the Falling Sky Pour House
e coming soon about Eugene Beer Week events, Sasquatch Homebrew Contest and more.
The massive expansion of Ninkasi Brewing’s brewery facilities continues and is getting much closer to completion. Folks at the brewery have said the new brewery space will give them brewing capacity for the next 10 years.
The expansion will also help the popular Eugene brewery expand their offerings, such as more lagers (like their recently released Pravda Bohemian-style Pils Lager).
Wine vs. Beer at Tap & Growler
Jonathan from J. Scott Cellars takes on Matt from Oakshire Brewing at the Tap & Growler’s Wine vs. Beer food pairing event, Wed., Mar. 5, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Michael from Noisette Pastry Kitchen is supplying 3 “savory” and 3 “sweet” food items to pair with 3 carefully selected brews presented by award-winning brewmaster Matt Van Wyk of Oakshire Brewing, and wines presented by award-winning winemaker Jonathan Scott Oberlander of J. Scott Cellars.
There will be a vote after every pairing to determine the winner of the Wine vs. Beer Food Pairing Challenge. The pairings are as follows:
Limited seats available, $35 per person, sign up at the Tap & Growler, 5th and Pearl, downtown Eugene. Learn more at www.tapandgrowler.com.