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  • The right fonts can make fruit seem tough.

The Portland Fruit Beer Festival is upon us, and it is so serious this year they have even arranged a street closure (7th and East Burnside). That’s not easy, nor I imagine inexpensive, and given all the PR I’m getting from their camp, I’m predicting a pretty solid event. With over thirty breweries sending entries, plus another 20-30 rare one-off kegs, and food vendors, attendees are guaranteed a solid, beery afternoon before the—get this—live music on the stage.

The schedule is such:

Friday June 8th Pre-Fest Homebrewers Dinner
Saturday June 9th Festival from 11am-9pm
Sunday June 10th Festival from 11am-6pm

Full list of breweries after the jump.

1. Alameda Brewing
2. Bend Brewing
3. Breakside Brewery
4. Block 15 Brewing
5. Boneyard Brewing
6. Burnside Brewing
7. Bushwhacker Cidery
8. The Commons Brewery
9. Deschutes Brewery
10. Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom
11. Dogfish Head Brewing
12. Elysian Brewing
13. Falling Sky Brewing
14. Flat Tail Brewing
15. Fort George Brewing
16. Hopworks Urban Brewing
17. Laurelwood Brewing
18. Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
19. Lompoc Brewing
20. Lucky Lab Brewing
21. Naked City Brewing & Taphouse
22. New Belgium Brewing
23. Ninkasi Brewing
24. Oakshire Brewing
25. Schooner Exact Brewing
26. Short Snout Brewing
27. Stone Brewing
28. Solera Brewery
29. 10 Barrel Brewing
30. Upright Brewing
31. Widmer Brothers Brewing