Friday 5-10 pm
Saturday, 12-8 pm
Sunday, 10- 5 pm
It’s time for the biggest and best Brewfest of the year at the Expo’s Harvest Festival. Head on over to the Compton Arena and get lost in the tastes and smells of this year’s extraordinary beers from throughout the region, country, and even world.
The beer garden features over 70 taps flowing with a remarkable selection of award-winning microbrews from the Pacific Northwest, the State of Jefferson, and even some specially invited guests from the rest of the country’s favorite breweries.
Leinenkugel’s, Apocalypse Brewing, Worthy Brewing, Black Diamond Brewing, Walkabout Brewery, HUB, Ninkasi, Brick TownE Brew House, Hopworks, Eel River Brewing, Cascade Lakes, Lompoc, Portal Brewing, Mia Pia’s Brewpub, Bridgeport, Goodlife, Elysian, Arch Rock Brewing Company, Hop Valley, Mad River, Connor Fields, Phat Matt’s, Deschutes, Southern Oregon Brewery, Fort George, Lost Coast, Fire Cirkl, Flat Tail, Sierra Nevada, Wild River Brewing, 21st Amendment, Wood Chuck, Klamath Basin, Stone Brewery, 2 Towns Ciderhouse, New Belgium, Oakshire, Terminal Gravity, Lagunitas, Anderson Valley, George Town, Warsteiner, Full Sail, Rogue, Ballast Point, Fox Barrel Cider, Red Apple, Blue Moon, Crispin Cider, Goodlife, Fort George, Phat Matts, Hop Valley, Klamath Basin, Flat Tail, Eel River, Oakshire, Wildcard, Lompoc, Stone, Blue Moon, Bridgeport, Cascade, Full Sail, Lost Coast, New Belgium, Sam Adams, Angry Orchard, Alaskan, Deschutes, Lagunitas, Mad River, Rogue, Sierra Nevada, Woodchuck, BricktownE, Silver Moon, Caldera, Walkabout, Bear Republic, Boneyard, Conner Fields, Southern Oregon Brewery, Fire Cirkl, Apocalypse Brewing, BrickTownE Brew House, Mia & Pia's Brewpub, 21st Amendment, Wild River, Portal Brewing, Arch Rock Brewing Company
$15 for a Souvenir glass and 6 tastes of your Craft Beer choice
$5 for 6 tickets
$1 each for additional taste tickets
Inspired by the pros? Find out what the amateur wine and beer makers are up to at the Harvest Festival’s homebrew competition. Also located in the Compton Arena, this year’s Homebrew Competition winners are from over 200 entries with wines, beers, sodas, ginger ales and more in dozens of different categories.
Want to find out what the pros think about your homebrew? Learn more about how to enter.
Grains, Beans, and Things Presents:The Second Annual Distillers Conference
Held at the Brewfest on Sunday, September 22 from noon - 4pm
This year’s Brewfest isn’t just about beer and wine tasting – it’s about celebrating too. What would a harvest festival be without some great tunes to kick up your heels? Expect great live entertainment every night of the Festival at the Expo’s Rogue Saloon.
Hungry? What goes better with beer than chili? Stroll on over to the Harvest Festival’s Chili Cookoff and check out the best homemade chili you’ve ever had.
Wonder what it took to get the juice out of those zinfandel grapes? Head on over to the annual Grape Stomp competition for some serious fun!