Oregon Brewers Festival is a four day celebration held yearly since 1988 at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland, Oregon. OBF has turned into the most prevalent open air lager celebration in North America, in light of participation. Confirmation is free, yet to test the celebration's lagers, participants must buy that year's OBF tasting glass and $1 brew tokens—every token is useful for an example that has shifted in volume throughout the years, while a "full pour" costs four tokens.
Every bottling works brings one brew. OBF likewise includes a root lager cultivate, which offers free root brew for assigned drivers and minors; the last should be joined by a parent. The Oregon Brewers Festival gives a chance to test many specialty lager styles from 80 make brewers, in addition to two juice producers. The occasion additionally offers unrecorded music, lager related sellers, lager memorabilia shows, home blending exhibitions and a iety of sustenance merchants. The Crater Lake Soda Garden presents complimentary high quality pop for minors and assigned drivers.
The celebration additionally includes music, nourishment merchants, lager related sellers, homebrewing exhibitions, and the Crater Lake Soda Garden. The Oregon Brewers Festival empowers capable drinking and urges supporters to take Tri-Met; the MAX Light Rail has a station one square from the fundamental celebration entrance. Participants who ride bicycles can stop them for nothing in the Hopworks Urban Brewery secure bicycle corral.