Get an up close and personal look at some of the region’s most finely crafted steeds, while sipping equally exquisite local craft beer.
The Handmade Bike and Beer Festival is a mash-up of two of Portland’s favorite fall events: Hopworks’ Biketobeerfest and the Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show hosted by the Oregon Bicycle Constructor’s Association.
The weekend features custom frame builders showing handmade bicycles, local brewers pouring hand-crafted beers, live music from area artists and activities for all ages.
- 30 custom bike builders and vendors who follow the long tradition of crafting beautiful bikes by hand.
- A wide range of bikes – from road bikes to custom cargo bikes.
- Get an up-close look at these lovingly crafted steeds, meet the masters and ask questions.
Beers and Bands
Hopworks is serving a robust selection of their handcrafted beer alongside many of the other regional breweries including Deschutes, Grain Station, Ex Novo and Widmer Brothers plus cider from Cider Riot! and Reverend Nat’s.
Dance to the tunes of legendary ska band The Israelites. The stage lineup also includes fun Pacific Northwest bands There Is No Mountain, Bear Water Band and Shake Up Bluegrass (previously Left Coast Country) – perfect festival music.
A glimpse at antics from years past and what you can expect to enjoy at this year’s event.
Bikes, Bands and Beers on Saturday 10-9pm
Bikes, Beers on Sunday 12-5pm
September 27 and 28
Hopworks Urban Brewery, 2944 SE Powell
Buy tickets online or at the door
$10 – basic entry
$25 – Entry, pint glass, beer and food tokens
$40 – Premium package includes all the above and a shirt
2 thoughts on “Handmade Bike and Beer Fest”
This looks like so much fun. I don’t know those bands but it’s gotta be a good time if its at HUB, right? There.
Plan to be there some time on Saturday. It is surprising that there are so many events happening this weekend in the bike sphere. Hard to choose, but this one is always so fun.
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