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Saraveza Bottle Shop & Pasty Tavern takes beer seriously. Select from our curated bottle or rotating draft collection.  Enjoy a dish from our Midwest-inspired scratch menu. Take any beer home at a discounted price. Our vintage bottles make great gifts!

Saraveza’s “Vintage Ale Charity Sale”

Saturday, December 13, 2014

BrueryDecember is the month for giving, and Saraveza is on board with our “Vintage Ale Charity Sale”! Pick up the ultimate Christmas gift for the beer lovers on your list while supporting SOS Outreach, a youth development nonprofit. Saraveza chose this organization as a beneficiary to help support SOS Outreach’s goal of fostering self-confidence, leadership skills, and positive decision-making in underserved youth. Saraveza’s vintage beer holiday fundraiser includes verticals and special series vintage beer from award-winning breweries for sale online at Saraveza’s Beer Boutique (www.BeerBoutique).

The sale will begin on December 1st and run through the 23rd. Throughout the duration of the sale, prices will drop every few days but remember, the packages are limited in number, and once they’re gone, they won’t be back! The earlier a purchase is made, the more money is raised for SOS

Our feature package is a Bruery Christmas seven year vertical.

Beer will be available for pick-up at Saraveza, and will be held up to three months after purchase to accommodate out of state buyers. Pricing and sale date information is included below.


Pricing & Dates (pricing will change at 12:01 am):
Dec. 1-4: $1,000 (Tier 1)/ $300 (Tier 2)/ $250 (Tier 3)
Dec. 5-7: $900/$250/$200
Dec. 8-11: $800/$200/$150
Dec. 12-13: $700/$175/$125
Dec. 14-16: $600/$150/$100
Dec. 17-19: $500/$125/$75
Dec. 20-22: $400/$100/$50
Dec. 23: Sale ends at 12:00 pm PST (or while supplies last)

Tier 1
The Bruery Christmas Series (1 available)
A Partridge in a Pear Tree (2008) Two Turtle Doves (2009) Three French Hens (2010) Four Calling Birds (2011) Five Golden Rings (2012) Six Geese-a-Laying (2013) Seven Swans-a-Swimming (2014)

Tier 2
Cascade Vertical (5 available)
Apricot (2009, 2010, 2011)

Deschutes Vertical (4 available)
The Abyss (2010, 2011, 2012)

New Belgium Vertical (2 available)
La Folie (2010, 2011, 2012)

Firestone Walker Vertical (3 available)
Anniversary (2009, 2010, 2011)

Tier 3
Hair of the Dog Set (6 available)
Cherry Adam (2009) Fred From the Wood (2009)

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Mo Phillip’s New Year’s Eve Party At Bad Habit Room

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Wednesday, December 31st

New Years Eve with Mo Phillips

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Rawk in the new year with Mo at Bad Habit Room.

Come hungry - Bad Habit Room offers a full menu with options for kids and happy hour specials. juice and pop as well as craft beer, wine and cocktails will be offered at the bar.

Get cozy… bring a pillow or cushion if you like moroccan style!

$7.5 toddler and up, plus processing.

Tickets available now at BeerBoutique.com.

Wednesday, December 31st Doors @ 5:30pm, 6pm show 

Bad Habit Room
5433 N.Michigan

SIXPOINT BREWERY HITS PORTLAND KICKOFF PARTY!

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

FRI. DEC. 19th from 6 to 9PM   We welcome Sixpoint Brewery to town!  This stellar brewery out of Brooklyn, NY is hitting Portland via Running Man Distributing and we’ll be tapping 5 of their highly rated brews.  Owner/Brewer, Shane Welch will be on-hand to answer your questions and share some pints!

DRAFT LIST:
-“Sweet Action” Cream Ale - 5.2% ABV - Rated 99 on Beeradvocate
-“The Crisp” Lager - 5.4% ABV
-“Resin” IIPA - 9.1% ABV - Rated 92 on Beeradvocate
-“Lump of Coal Porter” - 7.9% ABV - Dark molasses and cherry porter brewed in collaboration with Portland’s own “Beer Goddess”, Lisa Morrison
-“Global Warmer” Imperial Red/Winter Warmer - 7% ABV

 

HOPPY HOLIDAYS FROM SARAVEZA!

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

SAT. DEC. 20TH - Until They’re Gone! Some places send out company cards, some send fruit baskets or baked goods, but here at Saraveza, we’re all about the beer.  Our gift to you, our friends and neighbors this year will be in the form of a “Holiday Beer Tap Takeover”!  We’ll be pouring from a variety of holiday kegs on 8 of our 10 taps to celebrate the season and focus on creating warm tidings of gladness and cheer!  The list keeps growing, so look for updates and we’ll for sure be featuring the following:

2 Towns “Ginga Ninja” & BBL Aged “Nice & Naughty” Cider
Alesmith “Yulesmith”
2013 Anchor “Christmas”
Lompoc “Blitzen”
Lagunitas “Brown Shugga”
Barley Brown’s “Sled Wreck”
Full Sail “Wreck the Halls”
Great Divide “Hibernation”
Heater Allen “Sandy Paws”
No-Li “Winter Warmer”
Souther Tier “Krampus”
St. Bernardus “Christmas”
The Bruery “7-Swans-A-Swimming”
Sierra Nevada “Celebration”
pFriem “Winter Ale”
Worthy “Powder Keg”
Terminal Gravity “Festivale”
Sixpoint “Lump of Coal” & “Global Warmer”
Block 15 “Ol’ St. Nick”

THE COMMONS & UPRIGHT RECIPE EXCHANGE!

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRI. DEC. 12TH from 6-9PM What happens when two world-class breweries admire each others work from across town?  A budding bromance.  And how did they choose to act on their feelings?  With a good old fashioned recipe exchange!  The Commons and Upright have swapped recipes for their flagship brews and we get to taste the final results!  The Commons brewed their interpretation of Upright’s “Four”, a wheat based table saison and Upright brewed The Commons “Urban Farmhouse”, a simple, refreshing farmhouse ale. 

When we asked Josh Grgas of The Commons on what initially sparked the idea of an exchange, he replied, “These beers should be a showcase of how fermentor shape plays a role in flavor development. Our house yeast will likely behave differently in Upright’s open fermentors, giving the Upright version of “Urban Farmhouse” a slightly different flavor profile. Similarly, Upright’s house yeast will give the Commons “Four” a different profile due to our closed, cylindrical-conical fermenters. We’re really excited to taste the similarities and differences.” 

We’ll be tapping both tribute versions alongside the originals so you can compare and contrast.  Be forewarned:  the brewers and their crews will be in attendance so it might get a little huggy in here.

FULL DRAFT LIST:

The Commons:
-Urban Farmhouse
-Four
-Adliger Pilsner
-Putin from the Wood
-Buckwheat Grisette

Upright
-Four
-Urban Farmhouse
-Engelberg Pilsner
-Five
-Todo Modo/Alex’s Cider Blend

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