Pouring Soon | July 3-5, 2020 | Portland, ORE


Dear PCBF fans,

We are hopeful that all of you are healthy as we collectively monitor this public health emergency.  The Covid-19 virus has lead to general grief, social strife, financial hardships, and has been an absolute gamechanger for American culture.

Although the Portland Craft Beer Festival still seems far enough away, tentatively still planned for July 3-5, we do realize that we may still be completely engulfed in the disruption of normal day-to-day life that we currently find ourselves in.

That being said, we will be making a decision in the next few weeks as to whether or not to proceed with the event.  But the reality is that in respect of public safety, community health, and the obligation to prevent large gatherings, that we may ultimately have to postpone our fabulous annual, celebration of Portland beer!

Please look for an announcement soon.  But until then, stay safe, be well, be vigilant, help your neighbors, and wash your hands!




PCBF looks forward to our next celebration of Portland craft beer in 2020: Friday July 3rd, Saturday July 4th, & Sunday July 5th. Advance tickets are now on sale! Available through Bold Type Tickets.

Portland, Oregon continues to hold the title of The Best Beer City in the World (Travel and Leisure, Matador, and Beer Connoisseur). Portland currently has the most breweries of any city in the world. As of Summer 2018, Oregon Brewers Guild (oregoncraftbeer.org) counted 77 craft breweries within the city limits!

Plan to attend our big outdoor party at the Fields Neighborhood Park to find the broadest selection of local beers, ciders and wine, originating from Portland, Oregon breweries. Only beers, plus ciders and wine, crafted within the city limits of Portland are featured at the PCBF which makes it unique and different from other beer festivals. PCBF is held annually the first full weekend in July.

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