Sorry, the festival is sold out. But you can join us on Sunday, May 26th at Fort George for the official release of 3-Way IPA (2019) in cans and on tap. At the brewery, there are no limits.


It’s a magical time of year on the North Coast. Spring has arrived in the City of Dreams. At Fort George that means 3-Way IPA is on the way, this year with our good buddies from Cloudburst and Ruse. And to really mark the occasion with maximum friendship, we’re inviting all of our 3-Way IPA friends together in a celebration of Lupulin Ecstasy.

Prepare to enter a mystical realm –  Journey through the grand history of Astoria as you wander the halls of the historic Flavel Mansion. Expand your hop-perception sipping lupulin delights in the Flavel Garden, with an assortment of fanciful creations from all 3-Way IPA collaborators throughout the years. Then explore the grounds to discover a carefully curated collection of live music, special attractions, and street tacos.

Ticket holders are granted admission to all Lupulin Ecstasy attractions & live performances, a Lupulin Ecstasy glass & eight tasting tickets, access to festival beers sprinkled around the grounds, and entrance into the Captain George Flavel Museum for the day.

The Ecstatic Taplist

The Beer

The Culinary Delights

The Menu


The Music

Festival Grounds

The Flavel Museum is a classic Queen Anne style home, sitting in the heart of downtown Astoria at the bottom of 8th Street. Constructed in 1885 by Captain George Flavel, a river pilot and community benefactor, the house and grounds are now owned and operated by the Clatsop County Historical Society. George was a great supporter of Astoria and lavish parties, much like Fort George.

For a Cause

A portion of the ticket price will go to the Clatsop County Historical Society, supporting the Uppertown Firefighters Museum, the Heritage Museum, the Oregon Film Museum, and of course the Flavel House. We encourage you all to explore their museums while you are in town. Information can be found at