Saturday, April 22, 2017

21st Annual Olympic Club Brewfest

Garcia Birthday Band

Cedar Teeth

1 p.m. 'til 11 p.m.
All ages welcome | 21+ to drink

About 21st Annual Olympic Club Brewfest


9 McMenamins Beers, 27 Guest Beers
3 McMenamins Ciders, 3 Guest Ciders
Food Specials
Passport Station in the New Tourist Bar
Distillery Pass from 2 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.

Participating Breweries & Cideries

Live Music

Theater (21+)

Cedar Teeth - 6 p.m. 'til 8 p.m.

Garcia Birthday Band - 9 p.m. 'til 11 p.m.


Ride The Rails with Amtrak

Thinking about taking a little trip? Buy one ticket, get one free and ride the rails! McMenamins has teamed with Amtrak Cascades to offer a discount on fares for all 18 stops from Vancouver B.C. to Eugene, just travel by April 30.

Pick up your voucher at any McMenamins-while they last! Continue your quest to fill your McMenamins Passport by traveling via Amtrak Cascades to Seattle or Eugene for some stamp gathering. Just act soon. For rail tickets, see; restrictions and blackout dates apply.

Overnight Details

Greetings from the Holiday Inn Express. Enjoy the Olympic Club's annual Brewfest and our package, which includes: Shuttle service to and from the Olympic Club, specialty Brewfest pint glasses, full hot breakfast, and amenities such as a pool, hot tub and free Wi-fi. Brewfest Rates are based on double occupancy using the promo code OCB.

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About Garcia Birthday Band

Garcia Birthday Band

Garcia Birthday Band (GBB), based in Portland, Oregon, is a group of veteran musicians interpreting and celebrating the vast repertoire of the late Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead.

But this isn't a "tribute band!" Drawing on years of individual and shared experience, these players are able to craft and transform these tunes into something fresh and original. Solid chops, tight arrangements and fine harmonies all contribute to the band's musical travels and explorations of possibly the greatest and most diverse songbooks of all time.

Always sure to raise the roof and keep the dance floor rocking, hoppin' and shakin', the band's quickly growing "GBB Family” fan base finds the community spirit and kind vibes contagious.

Music-lovers with a wide variety of tastes enjoy this band's extensive playlist which includes classics from Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Jimmy Cliff, Traffic, Dr. John, Merle Haggard, The Meters, Neville Brothers, Buddy Holly, Otis Redding, Warren Zevon, Rev. Gary Davis, Bruce Cockburn, and Peter Tosh, to name a few. If your musical tastes range from rock-and-roll, country, R&B, blues, bluegrass, folk, or Americana, you will dig this band. No need to be a Deadhead.

With musicians hailing from the likes of New Riders of the Purple Sage (NRPS), David Nelson Band, Kingfish, Cubensis, Buds of May, Ike Willis Band, Brothers Jam and LOOS3, this band is certain to provide high musical adventure!

Band Members:
Arthur Steinhorn (drums)
Scott Gillan (bass/vocals)
Justin Pacuska (guitar/vocals)
Peter Bach (guitar/vocals)
Adam King (keyboards/vocals)




About Cedar Teeth

Cedar Teeth

Cedar Teeth hails from the Cascade foothills, where the sound of saws cut through the Oregon woods and the lights of Portland set the western horizon aglow. The music of Cedar Teeth is shaped by the experience of living in this margin dividing the wilderness from the city. From the five members of the band emerges a fusion of guitars, banjo, keys and trombone, propelled by bass and drums, while vocal harmonies weave through the music. Their songs are thus sweeping and immersive, at turns rustically melodic, lyrically raw, and aggressive, as they explore the tensions of our time: love, loss, and destruction in a morally ambivalent landscape.

Over the past five years, Cedar Teeth has steadily crafted a distinct sound and set out to bring together audiences and fellow musicians from Portland to Seattle. Starting off 2015 with a series of shows in Park City, Utah during Sundance Film Festival, Cedar Teeth has gone on to perform at major venues throughout the Pacific Northwest, like Seattle's Tractor Tavern, as well as festival sets at Cascadia Rainingman and Summer Meltdown, alongside bands like Greensky Bluegrass and Fruition. Songs from their debut album, Hoot, have since been licensed for television programming on PBS and film soundtracks in America and Europe. Heading into 2016, Cedar Teeth will soon return to the studio and record their sophomore album before hitting the road, to bring their brand of NW roots rock to audiences far beyond the Cascade foothills from where their music is born.