Attention all Homebrewers, Beer Lovers, and Fort George Fans!

We here at Fort George take being a Public House very seriously. It has been because of our great customers that we have been able to grow and better our business and for that, we would like to give back. Fort George Brewery would like your ideas for a new beer that could be made in our brewery. If you would like to see a new style of beer, would like us to try something new with our beers, or have a recipe of your own that you would like to see pouring at Fort George, submit an entry and it could end up being brewed!

 

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All beer entries must be able to be made with our American Ale Yeast or our Belgian yeast. The beer selected will be based on quality, creativity, availability of ingredients, and by how delicious it sounds. You may submit as many entries as you like but only one beer will be chosen.

All entries must be emailed to spencer@fortgeorgebrewery.com by April 10th for consideration. Please call Fort George (503) 325- PINT and ask for the brewery for any further inquiries.

The winner will get to name their beer, be recognized in the upcoming Fort George Newsletter, and receive a free pitcher of their beer.

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