Portland Beer Week
The sixth annual celebration of all things beery and beautiful in the Pacific Northwest, with a wide range of events at notable breweries, hotels, theaters, and restaurants, including:
June 8: Kickoff Party
June 9: Release Party Crawl
June 10: Portland Fruit Beer Festival
June 16: Masters of IPA
And much more.
Jun 8-18, Various Locations, Visit pdxbeerweek.com for a complete list of events and locations.
Cheers to Belgian Beers
The delicious return of this annual celebration of Belgium and its gifts to the world of beer. Admission is free, souvenir goblet costs $20 and includes 10 drink tickets, allowing guests to sample some of the finest Belgian beers in the country. Visit oregoncraftbeer.org for a list of participants.
Jun 2-3, Fri 1pm, Sat noon, The North Warehouse, free
Pints in the Pearl
A one-day-only craft beer festival featuring new brews from some of the region's best, including 10 Barrel, Bridgeport, Deschutes, and Fat Heads. This year's fest also includes an all-day concert, featuring live music from some the region's best bands. Admission includes a souvenir stainless steel pint and two tokens, good for two pints from your favorite brewery.
Jun 3, noon, NW 13th & Everett, $25, all ages
Triple "T" Festival: Tequila, Tacos & Tamales
Don Julio and Buchanan's present the first annual Triple "T" Festival: Indulge in hand-crafted tequila, margaritas, cold beer, and fresh tacos and tamales, while enjoying live salsa music and a mariachi band.
Jun 9, 6 pm, TAO Event Center, $15-40
Kim O'Donnell, Grant Butler
Kim O'Donnel presents her new cookbook, PNW Veg, offering 100 healthy vegetable-based recipes that take full advantage of the resources provided by the Pacific Northwest region. O'Donnel will be joined in conversation by Oregonian reporter and editor Grant Butler.
Jun 13, 7 pm, Powell's City of Books, free
Cider Summit Portland
Featuring over 150 ciders from producers nationwide, available in 4 oz. tasters from a souvenir glass, with food from World Foods, Streetcar Bistro, and more. Live music will be provided by acts from the Cascade Blues Association, and proceeds will benefit the Association, DoveLewis, and the Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research.
Jun 16-17, Fri 3 pm, Sat noon, The Fields, $25-45
Portland Beer and Cheese Fest
The two greatest things in life—beer and cheese—go together splendidly, and yet, 364 days out of the year, there is no local festival celebrating the magical union they can provide. That shameful void is filled today in the most delicious way possible with the sixth annual Portland Beer and Cheese Fest; cheesemonger Steve Jones has prepared a bevy of magnificent beer-and-cheese pairings, and your ticket gets you 10 of them. NED LANNAMANN
Jun 17, 1 pm, Culmination Brewing, $35-45
Sake Fest PDX
Why should beer and cider get all the fun? A festival with over 100 sake varieties, paired with some of Portland's finest foods, including contributions from Biwa, Noraneko, Sticky Island, Smallwares, and more.
Jun 21, 6:30 pm, Oregon Convention Center, $55-75
BrewFest in the Park
A celebration of the craft (and spirit) of organic brewing and sustainable living, featuring dozens of craft brewed beverages, including beer, cider, mead, and kombucha. There'll also be a soda garden for the little ones, food carts providing quality nibbles, games, an activity area, and more. Admission includes a tasting cup and 15 beer tickets.
Jun 23-25, Fri-Sat noon, Sun 5 pm, Overlook Park, $25
Portland International Beerfest 2017
Three days of swimming in over 200 rare and exotic beers and ciders, games (you can't drink this much beer and not play some darts, right?) pub grub from a wide variety of vendors, the Grande Beer Garden where full pints can be purchased for $3, something called a Bicycle Pie Joust (!) on Saturday at 3pm, free re-entry all weekend, and much more. Visit portland-beerfest.com for an updated list of vendors and breweries.
Jun 23-25, Fri 4 pm, Sat-Sun noon, North Park Blocks, $25-35
2nd Annual Taste of Parkrose
The fourth annual celebration of a historic Portland neighborhood, including 5/10k fun run, live music, both food and arts pavilions, a kids play area, and contributions from members of the Parkrose Business and Parkrose Neighborhood Associations.
Jun 24, 10 am, NE 106th & Sandy, all ages
Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!