Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites to host Brine, Brew, & Barrel

A speaker at the 2020 Brine, Brew & Barrel fermentation festival addresses guests.
January 3, 2023

Fermentation festival set for Jan. 13-15 includes three-course dinner, fermented food and drink showcase

The Brine, Brew & Barrel fermentation festival will be held Friday, Jan. 13, to Sunday, Jan. 15, at Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites, 2525 Ashland St., organizers have announced.

The festival, returning for the first time since January 2020, will celebrate fermented food and drink, including products such as pickles, kombucha, beer, wine, chocolate, cheese, sourdough, and more, the release said.

The event kicks of the night of Friday, Jan. 13, with BrewBash, a three-course dinner featuring Rogue Ales paired with a menu from Larks. As of Monday, Jan. 2, the event was listed as sold out, according to the event website.

The Saturday, Jan. 14 showcase will feature vendors, workshops, demos, and talks, the release said. Festivities will conclude with a Hot Sauce and Bloody Mary Brunch on Saturday, Jan. 15.

Expo passes for the Saturday, Jan. 14 event cost $20 per person, while children 12 and under get in free. Visit oregonfermentationfest.com/tickets. Additional information on attending the Hot Sauce and Bloody Mary Brunch is available at oregonfermentationfest.com/hot-sauce-bloody-mary-brunch.

Participants in the 2020 Brine, Brew & Barrel fermentation festival sample products.

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