Boring Brewing growler andglass of  beer on taproom bar with blurred beer taps in background
Ithaca Janzen | 12/06/2021 |

Find The Tap Trail At Boring Beer Fest

Mt. Hood and stainless steel pint glass Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail

Update: The 2019 Boring Beer Fest is over, but you can still download the Tap Trail for year-round discounts at local craft breweries, cideries and distilleries! Learn more here

The Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail has been a boon for beer lovers, cider enthusiasts and even spirited spirits fans. If you haven't yet downloaded your mobile passport, we're throwing a bit more incentive your way by offering special event deals at beer festivals throughout Mt. Hood Territory.

Last year, the inaugural Boring Beer Fest kicked off our special event deals on the Tap Trail and it is back again for another great weekend August 23-25. At least five breweries from the Tap Trail are taking part, as well as many others from throughout the region and beyond. This year the event will be held at Liepold Farms in Boring. With activities including axe throwing, ping pong, live music and cornhole, it promises to be a fun-filled day, and of course it's the perfect chance to discover some new brews to add to your list of favorites. 

Tap Trail users will receive three extra tasting tickets to Boring Beer Fest. Redeem your Tap Trail deal at the entrance gate. (You will still need to purchase regular admission). Not only will you get to enjoy three more delicious beer, cider, wine or even kombucha tasters, but the event deal counts toward the 10 redemptions needed to earn your stainless steel Tap Trail pint glass. If you've yet to download the passport, you'll want to do so before you head to the festival.

Next steps:
Download the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail mobile passport
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Please Note: This article is from the 2019 Boring Beer Fest. Check back with Boring Brewing for additional events. 

Ithaca enjoys camping, hiking, local craft beer or just hanging out at home with her pet hedgehog, Hazel. Her role at Mt. Hood Territory includes coordinating the Tap Trail and Wine Trail and creating inspirational travel content.

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