Saturday, June 1, 2024

2nd Annual Grand Lodge Brewfest

Grand Lodge


$30 advance, $35 at the door

21 and over

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Beers & Ciders, Wine, Spirits & more!

About 2nd Annual Grand Lodge Brewfest

2nd Annual Grand Lodge Brewfest

Join us for Grand Lodge's second ever brewfest! We're returning to our brewts (broots? brew-oots?) for this one: a celebration of beer, cider, wine and spirits. What could be better? No, seriously: Cold brew coffee? Specialty fermented products? Unique cocktails and mocktails? Yep, all those, plus you'll find live music, food, pet photobooth and more!

Some of your FAQs, answered:

  • You'll need a ticket to enter the brewfest venue
  • Ticket includes admission, 10 tokens and a commemorative glass
  • Tokens are valid for all tastings!
  • No outside food, beverages or coolers, please
  • Bring lawn chairs and blankets, and get comfortable!
  • Well-behaved, leashed dogs always welcome

Live Music

6:30-8pm * Federale
4:30-6pm * The Shivas
2-4pm * Rosa Linda

About Federale


Federale is a six-piece ensemble based in Portland, OR. Spearheaded by longtime Brian Jonestown Massacre bassist Collin Hegna, the band was conceived as an outlet to channel inspiration from ‘60s & ‘70s European soundtracks, particularly those from Italy made famous by the Spaghetti Western & Giallo genres. As well as the narrative driven song stylings of Lee Hazlewood and Nick Cave.

As a mournful whistle carves through fevered melancholia, the first stirrings of No Justice‘s title track evoke the mean streets and rusted prairies of a blighted small folk roiling with palpable desperation. Embracing the enormous scope of orchestral cinematic production while subduing the bombast of electrified riffage, Collin Hegna has honed a taut, gleaming precision from his passion project's signature sound.

Spare yet sumptuous, distilling the lean, gritty essence of grindhouse anomie and wielding orchestral flourishes of widescreen delicacy, No Justice feels like the defining statement of a band fully-realized - a sultry, restless stormcloud arising from the darkness at the edge of town to draw forth the fated reckoning.


About The Shivas

The Shivas

You Know What to Do [KLP252], The Shivas' fourth LP will have you on your feet. With all of the fierce energy and body shakin' that The Shivas are known for, You Know What To Do encapsulates that, and much more. Recorded and mixed on tape by Calvin Johnson at K's Dub Narcotic Studio, this album is an apt follow-up to Whiteout [KLP242], and features the title track of The Shivas "You Make Me Wanna Die" 7" EP [IPU143] released last April.

Amongst the 13 tracks of the album, you can glance the many faces of the The Shivas' musical style. From the blistering heat of tracks like "Old Lightning Rod" to the cool groove of "Ride On", the record also touches down into the slower tempos on tracks such as the deeply psychedelic "Let It Happen To You".

This is The Shivas record we have all been waiting for, so don't hesitate, you know what to do.

"Their psychedelic surf-rock blew the audience away" - KEXP

"The Shivas might be Portland's best band. There, I said it" - Ryan J Prado of the Portland Mercury

"Tight and entergetic" - ssgmusic



About Rosa Linda

Rosa Linda

Rosa Linda & Frank are a Latinx/Indigenous duo from Portland, Oregon who formed in 2015. Their unique sound is attributed to their Indigenous (Dine, Kawaik, & Mexica) and Latin heritage alike; pulling from a wide range of genres ranging from Blues, R&B, Indie, Pop, to Soul.