Tickets are now available to purchase. Non-transferrable. Ticket purchaser MUST BE PRESENT at the event. Event will be held at the Hair of the Dog Tasting Room, with a large tented area out front.

A maximum of 8 tickets may be purchased. All people in your party must come together.

After submitting your ticket requests below you will be transferred to our Authorize.net secure account for payment. Payment must be made via credit card - we accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.

SESSION 1: 1:00pm - 4:30pm

- $60 Full Ticket

- $30 Designated Driver

SESSION 2: 5:30pm - 9:00pm

- $60 Full Ticket

- $30 Designated Driver




Tickets are $60, includes a commemorative glass, beer food buffet, and a special selection of beers.

Designated Driver tickets are $30, includes food and soft drinks

*IMPORTANT! Guests must be 21 and over to attend. Please bring your identification. No tickets will be mailed, you will be on a list at the door as a group.

We care about you! Bring your designated driver and don't drink and drive. Other options are The Portland Streetcar, TriMet Bus or Taxi. There will also be bike parking available.

Cancellation / Ticket Refund Policy: Cancellations will be accepted until April 25, 2013. Please understand we must charge a $10 cancellation fee. Contact us for refunds on your credit card.

Below is a collection of articles written about us.

Jun, 2012 - Belgian brewmaster Urbain Coutteau of De Struise brews up some fun with Alan

Apr, 2012 - Hair Of The Dog/Deschutes Collaboration Barrel-Aged Blend

Mar, 2012 - Deschutes, Hair of the Dog's collaboration beer, Collage, hitting the market in May - Conflux Series No.1

Feb, 2012 - Hair of the Dog Heads to Belgium

Jan, 2012 - The Beer Nut in Fall River, MA writes about "Breweries I want here"

Nov, 2011 - Hair of the Dog's 18th Anniversary

Aug, 2010 - Early Look At Hair of the Dog's New Tasting Room by Jeff Alworth

Jul, 2010 - The Oregonian's John Foyston "When it comes to barbecue, not all beers are created equal"

May, 2009 - The Full Pint reviews Ruth

Jun, 2008 - The New York Times reviews "Beer Lovers Make Room for Brews Worth a Wait" and the new wave of beer cellars.

May 2008 - Oregon Live "Beer prices hit $707 a bottle -- for charity" by John Foyston

Jan, 2001 - Dave Brockington on Bourbon Aged Adam. A ***** rating.

Jan, 2000 - The phones rang for weeks after Maxim (a Men's magazine) had their say about us.

Feb, 1998 - Wall Street Journal Anne Marie Chaker reported on the release of Fred

Oct, 1996 - Fred Eckhardt, in Southern Draft Brew News, October/November 1996, describes a vertical tasting of the first 10 batches of Adam which at that time was called Adambier.

Oct, 1996 - John Hansell was at the same tasting and described it in the Malt Advocate Magazine, Fourth Quarter 1996

Jun, 1996 - Wine people know about laying down bottles for future pleasure. Here is their estimation of the benefits of laying down our beer. The Insiders' Wine Line, June / July 1996

Jan, 1996 - Malt Advocate Magazine, First Quarter 1996 named Adam as Beer of the Year

Feb, 1996 - Kurt Wolff talks about the good surprise of finding Hair of the Dog in San Fransico. San Francisco Bay Guardian

Oct, 1995 - What's On Tap: The Craft Beer Newsletter in October 1995 wrote about visiting the Oregon Brewers Festival. Deciding that Adam was the best and giving it a 95 rating!

Sep, 1995 - Craft brewing "Business Chronicle" The Erickson Report 10 Vol. 1, No. 3 / September 1995 was among the first to speak about us.

     
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