3-Way IPA Trolley Tour

Be the first to try 3-Way IPA

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Try the 2016 3-Way IPA before everyone else. Fort George’s summer seasonal collaboration with Barley Brown’s Beer and Melvin Brewing is hitting Astoria first! And it’s all happening along the Astoria Riverwalk.

 

Trolley

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A private tour on Astoria’s Old 300 will guide the way. Ticket holders will board the trolley at the 11th St Riverwalk stop at 6pm sharp. Your Eventbrite ticket entitles you to one beer at 3 different stops. 3-Way IPA will be on tap at each, along with hoppy offerings from the collaborators. Participants will be returned to the 11th St Riverwalk Trolley stop at the conclusion of the tour.

Tickets are only $20 – 21 and over only. Price includes the 3 beers and the trolley tour. Space is limited to 30, so sign up early. Sorry, no refunds.

WHEN – Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

WHERE – 11th St Trolley Stop – 11th St and Astoria Riverwalk, Astoria, Or 97103

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