It’s already been an amazing eight years for Eugene, Oregon’s Oakshire Brewing and they are celebrating with the release of 8 a Barrel-Aged Belgian-style Ale brewed with Cherries. Oakshire shares the celebration with local homebrewing club the Cascade Brewers Society for National Learn to Homebrew Day on November 1st.
On Saturday November 1st from 10am to 4pm at the Oakshire Public House in Eugene, members the local homebrew club will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss the homebrewing process. A variety of brewing methods and associated equipment will be demonstrated, for beginning to advanced brewers.
Meanwhile Oakshire will be celebrating its homebrewing roots and its 8th anniversary with the release of Oakshire 8, a Barrel Aged Belgian Ale brewed with cherries, available on draft and in 750ml Belgian-Style Bottles. Rounding out the event, local homebrew author Denny Conn will be on hand to sell and sign copies of his latest book “Experimental Homebrewing”.
Learn to Homebrew Day was established by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in 1999 to encourage people to homebrew. Their website HomebrewersAssociation.org is full of homebrewing information you can use to make your first batch. Learn to Homebrew Day is an international event with locations around the world so people can learn how to brew or teach others how to make beer.
Oakshire is a community inspired small batch brewing company located in Eugene, OR. Founded in 2006, Oakshire exists to create and share great beer experiences. Oakshire’s beers, including Watershed IPA, Overcast Espresso Stout and a variety of limited release beers are available on draft, in cans and 22-ounce bottles throughout the Northwest and at the Oakshire Public House, located at 207 Madison Street in Eugene. Learn more at http://oakbrew.com.