Nano Beer Fest returns to Multnomah Village
Nano Beer Fest will return to John's Marketplace in Multnomah Village April 29 through May 1. John's Marketplace will host the beer fest, which is dedicated to showcasing micro-batch beer producers.
This year marks the return of the annual event after a two year hiatus due to COVID-19.
Organizer Chris Rhodes said the springtime beer festival will give attendees the chance to sample small-batch beer from 25 different brewers.
"Pretty much all of them are from the Pacific Northwest," Rhodes said, noting many operate out of their homes or other small spaces. "Most of the brewers do show up and pour during the event."
The Nano Beer Fest will take place in the covered outdoor parking lot at John's Marketplace -- the bottle shop with locations in Southwest and Southeast Portland -- over the course of a weekend.
Rhodes said this year, beer festival events will be expanded to include one for each season, ranging from the spring beer fest in Multnomah Village to special events during summer and winter at the John's Marketplace locations.
Tickets are $30 at the door, or $20 if purchased online in advance. Tickets will be available for advance purchase starting March 25.
Each ticket comes with a keepsake glass and 10 tickets, each good for one two ounce pour. Additional pour tickets can be purchased for $1 each. Food will also be available for purchase from Urban German.
Friday and Saturday admission is limited to adults 21 and older, but Sunday will be all ages, with shorter hours. For more information, visit the Nano Beer Fest website
If you go:
What: Nano Beer Fest
When: 12-9-p.m. Friday, April 29 to Saturday, April 30; 12-5 p.m., Sunday, May 1
Where: John's Marketplace, 3535 SW Multnomah Blvd
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