Taste The Wilderness, that Wilderness being Migration Brewing’s new Northwest Red Ale brewed in honor of the 40th anniversary of Oregon Wild, a non-profit conservation group dedicated to protecting Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters.
“The Wilderness” Red Ale will only be available at Oregon Wild’s Call of the Wild event this Friday October 17th.
“Healthy, protected forests mean clean water. And clean water is a big reason why Oregon has such great beer,” Migration Brewing co-owner Colin Rath said. “Oregon Wild works to protect our water and forests and that’s allowed Oregon breweries to produce some of the best beer on the planet.”
“The Wilderness” is a tribute to Oregon Wild’s efforts to conserve special areas across the state. It is brewed using three Oregon hop varieties, each representing Wilderness areas that Oregon Wild has helped to permanently protect: Mount Hood hops for the Mount Hood Wilderness, Santiam hops for the Middle Santiam Wilderness, and Cascade hops for the Three Sisters Wilderness.
“Wilderness is the gold standard for public lands protection,” said Oregon Wild Development Director Jonathan Jelen. “So it’s fitting that Migration Brewing has produced a beer that we see as the gold standard for NW red ales.”
Tickets for Call of the Wild are available for purchase online at http://tinyurl.com/CotWTickets or at OregonWild.org
Exclusive “The Wilderness” NW Red Ale “Call of the Wild” 40th Anniversary Celebration for
October 17, 5:30pm -9:00 pm
Leftbank Annex 101 N Weidler Portland, OR 97227
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