To learn more about the festival, hear it directly from the event’s Founder, Grace Weitz. Here’s Everything You Need to Know!
By purchasing a ticket, you agree to comply with all Federal, State, and Local laws, ordinances, regulations, and the rules of the Event Organizers when attending the event. In accordance with the the Portland City Code Sections 17-134 to 17-143, all attendees will be required to show proof of full vaccination for entry to the festival.
Acceptable documentation may be a physical copy of a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, a digital copy of such card or such other proof as is permitted locally. A photo of the front and back of your vaccination card will be accepted. Proof of vaccination needs to be accompanied by a photo ID.
No, to meet the terms of the City of Portland’s mask mandate AND ensure the best festival experience for all this festival is a 100% vaccination only event.
All sales are final. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to comply the festival vaccination/mask policy and Festival Code of Conduct.
You will have unlimited 2 oz. sample pours as part of your admission ticket.
Yes,there will be food available for purchase. Check out our vendors here.
The festival team has developed a Code of Conduct that all attendees, breweries and participations are required to agree to. In addition, we have partnered with #NotMe to provide an anonymous mobile app reporting platform for misconduct that will be monitored at all times during the festival and after. To compliment that, the festival management staff has all participated in Safe Bars training providing the team the tools and actions to take as an active bystander to misconduct, as well as, methods to de-escalate unsafe or discriminatory scenarios.
Yes, sealed bottles of water and re-usable containers are permitted.
No, chairs or any other type of seating cannot be brought into the venue..
- No Bags, backpacks, or brief cases larger than 8” x 11”
- Cameras with interchangeable/detachable lens or external flash
- Audio/Visual Recording Devices (includes GoPro, Google Glass, Spectacles, etc.)
- Selfie Sticks, Tripods, Monopods
- Outside Food, Beverage, or Alcohol
- Cans, Metal/Glass/Plastic Containers, Bottles, or Flasks (empty or sealed bottles included)
- Laptops, Tablets, Personal Computers, or Two-Way Radios
- Weapons, Firearms, Pepper Spray, Pocket Knives or Mace
- Illegal Drugs or Substances
- Flammable Liquids, Aerosol Cans, or Permanent Markers
- Flashlights, Laser Pointers, Flares, or Fireworks
- Noise Making Devices (i.e. Air Horns, whistles, bells, vuvuzelas, etc.)
- Balloons, Balls, Projectiles, or Optical Illusions
- Skateboards, Segways, Scooters, Rollerblades, Bicycles, Hover boards, and Helmets
- Coolers, Ice Chests, Folding Chairs, or Pointed-Tip Umbrellas
- Animals or Pets (accommodations made for service animals that have been trained to perform a task to assist a person with a disability)
- Unapproved Pamphlets, Handouts, Ads, or Flyers
- Clothing, garments, or signs displaying explicit language, profanity, or derogatory characterization toward any person(s)
- Signs, Flags, or Banners unless approved by Festival Organizers
Yes, there will be mead tastings available, as well as non-alcoholic options at the food stands.
Yes, state law requires that all attendees are 21 years or older. Infants and toddlers, even under parental supervision, are not permitted.
No, pets are not permitted, but service animals are.
Please bring your mobile ticket for a touchless entry process.
No, Beers with(out) Beards is a no re-entry festival. Once you are out, you are out.
The only other form of identification that will be accepted is a valid passport.
Yes, please check out Thompson’s Point transportation information here.
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