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!
Sunday, April 19, 2015
WED. APRIL 22ND at 5:PM Saraveza may be a Wisconsin bar, but we love our neighbors in the mid-west and on our side street, North Michigan Ave. It’s Michigan on North Michigan Avenue night! All Michigan beers on tap from Bell’s Brewery, Inc. & Founders Brewing Co.! We’ll play some Euchre, eat some pasties and listen to some tunes outta Detroit eh?
Final draft list:
Bells Brewery Inc.
“Kalamazoo Stout” - Dark, chocolatey stout w/a hint of Brewer’s Licorice, 6% ABV
“The Oarsman” - Berliner Weissebier: Lightly hopped tart wheat ale, 4% ABV
“The Wild One” - American Wild Ale: A blend of brown ale and wheat wort aged in oak wine barrels. 6.6% ABV
“Two Hearted Ale” - A Citrusy, Piney IPA brewed with 100% Centennial Hops, 7% ABV
Founders Brewing Co.
“Blushing Monk” - Belgian Style Ale fermented with raspberries, 9.2% ABV
“Dirty Bastard” - Scotch Style Ale, 8.5% ABV
Imperial Stout - Brewed with 10 different malts, 10.5% ABV
Porter - Described as Dark, Rich & Sexy, 6.5% ABV
“Reds” Amarillo Dry-Hopped Rye IPA, 6.6% ABV
And to round out our Michigan offerings we’ll be pouring a cider from Virtue Cider!
Saturday, April 18, 2015
MONDAY IS 4/20!!! and to celebrate we’ll be tapping our yearly keg of “Waldo’s Special Ale” along with the very limited “Pekko” IPA, AND the newest “ScareCity” Wheat Wine. Raise your glasses with us and toast to the “Head"iest Holiday of them all!
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Next week brings over 10,000 craft beer professionals to Portland for the Craft Brewers Conference and the city is brewing with excitement. Here is Saraveza’s line-up of happenings for what is shaping up to be one of the most important weeks in Oregon Craft Beer History!
MON 4/13, 6-10pm: Free Bacon Night!
TUES 4/14, 9-10pm: Late Night Happy Hour with Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head
WED 4/15, 7pm: Brits & Yanks: A Toast to Tradition. Brewers in attendance: Anderson Valley’s Fal Allen, Brooklyn’s Garrett Oliver, Ecliptic’s John Harris, Ninkasi’s Jamie Floyd, Pelican’s Darron Welch, Rogue’s John Maier and Sierra Nevada’s Danny Khan
THU 4/16, 5-9pm: F-Bomb! An Evening With Fort George Brewing & Finnriver Cidery
FRI 4/17\5, 5pm-late: Double Mountain Tap Takeover & CBC Wrap Party! 14 taps, Double Mountain brew crew and panel van. Sidewalk takeover and cornhole!
BUS, MAX, BIKE or CAR:
We’re easy to get to!
Saraveza has convenient access to the Yellow Max line, 72 bus route and I-5 freeway. We have bike parking available as well as on street parking for vehicles.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
TUES. APRIL 14TH from 9 to 10PM Sam Calagione drinking beer in Saraveza, What??? It must be CBC Week. Sam will be gracing us with his presence for a quick and dirty late night happy hour. We invite you to drop in anytime on Tues to sip from the following delicious Dogfish drafts:
Beer Thousand - An Imperial Lager made using 10 Malts, 10 Hops to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Guided By Voices classic album “Bee Thousand” 10% ABV, 31 IBUs
American Beauty - Imperial Pale Ale made with granola, inspired by the Grateful Dead’s seminal album of the same title. 9% ABV, 55 IBUs
Sam Calagione is the founder and President of Dogfish Head. Sam got the brewing bug back in the early 1990s while working at a bar in NYC that featured microbrewed beer. After a number of homebrew batches, Sam put his English degree to the test while writing the brewpub business plan. Sam is the brainchild behind all the wacky things that happen at Dogfish Head. He’s often on the road promoting Dogfish Head through beer, song, dance and words!
Thursday, April 2, 2015
WED. APRIL 15TH at 7PM Join us for a tribute to Samuel Smith featuring IPAs, Pale Ales, ESBs, Porters & Stouts all directly or indirectly influenced by Samuel Smith’s classic brews that include: India Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Organic Pale Ale, Imperial Stout & Taddy Porter.
Founded in 1758, Samuel Smith’s independent, family-owned brewery was first imported to America by Merchant du Vin Specialty Beer Importers back in 1978, and was largely responsible for spearheading the US craft beer movement. Please join us in celebrating the invaluable role this iconic British brewery has played in the craft beer revolution.
Here are a few of the brewers & breweries who will be bringing us their finest to raise a glass in tribute:
-Anderson Valley - Wild Turkey Bourbon BBL-Aged Oatmeal Stout - Head Brewer: Fal Allen
-Breakside - Bergamot Special Bitter - Brewer: Nao Ohdera
-Brooklyn- Wild Horse Porter & Some Surprises - Head Brewer: Garrett Oliver
-Ecliptic - Pegasus ESB - Founder/Head Brewer: John Harris
-Fremont - Dark Star Imperial Oatmeal Stout - Director of Brewing Operations: Matt Lincoln
-Ninkasi - Vanilla Oatis Oatmeal Stout - Founder/Brewer: Jamie Floyd
-Oakshire - Overcast Espresso Stout - Brewmaster: Matt Van Wyk
-Pelican - Silver Spot English Style IPA - Head Brewer: Darron Welch
-Rogue - Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout - Brewer: John Maier
-Sierra Nevada - Pale Ale - Brewery Technical Director Danny Khan
Samuel Smith’s will be bringing bottles of all the favorites including:
-Organic Pale Ale
-Nut Brown Ale
Try the originals alongside their unique US counterparts. A line up and all-star cast like this will be one for the history books.
Samuel Smith brews at the Old Brewery, Tadcaster, established in 1758 – it is Yorkshire’s oldest brewery. Traditional methods of brewing have been retained at The Old Brewery. The brewery still has its own cooper making and repairing all its oak casks; all Samuel Smith’s naturally conditioned draught beer is hand-pulled from oak casks.
The Samuel Smith’s ales you will enjoy at Saraveza are fermented in stone “Yorkshire squares” - fermenting vessels made of solid slabs of slate - which give the beers a fuller-bodied taste, using the same strain of yeast since the 19th century.
All Samuel Smith’s beers are brewed solely from authentic natural ingredients without any chemical additives, raw material adjuncts, artificial sweeteners, colorings, flavorings or preservatives.