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Thursday, May 08, 2008

FredFest - a Few Tix Left

Lisa Morrison sent out an email today with the beer list for FredFest '08. I will include it below. But first, the key fact: there are a few tickets left, so order now if you want to attend this exclusive affair. Send an email to fredfest@comcast.net to find out how to reserve your space. Tickets are $50, and the proceeds go to Parkinson's Resources of Oregon.

Okay, here's the list. Read 'em and drool:
BridgePort - Bourbon barrel-aged Old Knucklehead barleywine
Laurelwood - Bourbon barrel-aged Olde Reliable barleywine
Widmer - Altbier
Lompoc - Oak-aged Lompoc Strong Draft
Deschutes - Barrel-aged Belgian ale
Rock Bottom - Oak aged IIPA
Cascade/Raccoon Lodge - 2006 Wild Blackberry ale (Flanders red style)
Lucky Lab - Double Alt
Hopworks - 2007 Kentucky Christmas (Bourbon barrel aged IPA)
Hair of the Dog - Cask Fred from the Wood
Full Sail - Bourbon barrel aged 1998 Old Boilermaker
Rogue - Brewer Ale
Roots - 2006 Pinot Noir Oak aged Epic
Ninkasi - Dry Hopped Cask Tricerahops
Firestone Walker - surprise beer
Hair of the Dog - Jim 2007 Holiday Ale Fest
FredFest 2008
Saturday, May 10 from 2-6 p.m. at Hair of the Dog Brewing in Portland

Admission includes commemorative "What Would Fred Drink?" (WWFD?) glass, access to all beer and food, which includes Fred-inspired pairings with cheeses, chocolates, cookies, candies and cereal, plus a picnic including homemade pastrami cured in Hair of the Dog Fred ale, a raffle ticket and bottled water.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

OK, now that FredFest 2008 has come and gone... it lacked a bit. The beers were pretty nifty. But at 2.5 times the price of last year's event, you'd think they could have had at least enough food to go around.

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