Saturday February 7, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM PST
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$40 Early Bird Tasting Ticket (Before 2/1)
$45 Tasting Ticket 
$50 @ Door 


The Jug Shop Tasting Bar
1590 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109

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Eric Cripe 
Jug Shop Wine & Spirits 

Join us at the Jug Shop as we welcome back beer writer Brian Yaeger. A former SF resident, Brian heard the siren call of Beervana (Portland, OR) a few years back and soon began crisscrossing the state sampling Oregon's finest brews. This beer odyssey culminated in last month's release of his excellent Oregon Breweries guidebook. Fortunatly for all of us, Brian is a great guy to drink a beer with and all of that sampling "research" led to some great relationships being formed between Oregon's best brewers and the beer scribe. We are thrilled to be co-hosting a tasting with Brian featuring 25 beers that are not usualy available in the Bay Area from our nieghbor to the north.

Beers to be tasted include:

Ale Apothecary: Sahalie, Sahati and Spencer (Bend)

Barley Brown’s: Turmoil CDA, Pallet Jack IPA and Forklift IIPA (Baker City)

Boneyard: RPM IPA and Notorious 3IPA (Bend)

Breakside: IPA and Salted Caramel Stout (Portland)

Cascade: Gingersnap and Foudre Project #1 (Portland)

Commons 3rd Anniversary “aged in bourbon barrels used for Bourbon Little Brother” (Portland)

Crux: Tough Love Bourbon Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout and Half Hitch Mosaic IIPA (Bend)

De Garde: Bu Weisse Berliner Weisse and Petit Desay Tart Farmhouse (Tillamook)

Double Mountain: Devil’s Kriek and My Little Runaway (Hood River)

 Ft George: 1811 Lager & Vortex IPA (Astoria)

Hair of the Dog: Fred From the Wood (Portland)

Hopworks: Abominable Winter Ale and Kentucky Christmas “aka Bourbon A-bomb” (Portland)

Upright: Special Herbs (Portland)

Viking: Winter Squash Porter Braggot (Eugene)

In addition to all the incredible beer, we are very excited to partner with our neighbors who will be grilling up custom built sausages built for beer tasting, hand crafted by Belcampo butcher Brian Merkel. Prepay for your sausge and save.