Cavatica Stout Release!

Image of Fort George Cavatica Stout
Our big, bold stout finally has a portable home! The Cavatica Stout cans are in and have been filled! Available for immediate drink-ability at Fort George and beyond. Looking to party Cavatica Stout style? We are going to be kicking off Stout Season with some awesome events this weekend.

Cavatica Stout PDX Can Release Party!

Thursday, November 17th 6pm at The BeerMongers

Come out and sample Cavatica right out of the can. Special Fort George taps include: Cavatica (of course), North V, and Roscoe IPA. The Fort George crew and Powered by Yeast’s Tim Ensign will be on hand to answer any of your Stout questions and “breward” lucky attendants with a slap-wrap.

Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside!

Friday, November 18th 8pm at The Wonder Ballroom

If you missed them at the brewery last week, this band is amazing. These tickets are going fast. It WILL sell out. You can buy tickets here.

Fort George will be there in numbers… with Cavatica Stout as well as: Vortex IPA, 1811 Lager, Sunrise OPA, Working Girl Porter, and Quick Wit. We hope to see you rocking out on Friday!

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