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11.29 MLS Western Conference Championship

Posted by hilda on November 25, 2015

Playoff_Nextgame_FCDallas_v1.2Join us as the Timbers take on Dallas FC in a battle for the Western Conference Championship!

Sunday, November 29 Leg 2: Reservations are now closed. 25+ seats remain for walk-ins. You must be over 21+ for all remaining seats. Doors open at 1:30 PM and we recommend arriving early as kick-off is scheduled at 2 PM. Enjoy all Sunday Happy Hour food and drink specials.


11.27 Civil War

Posted by hilda on November 24, 2015

There’s nothing CIVIL about this WAR! Join us Friday, November 27th starting at 1 PM for a Ducks vs Beavers match. Cheer on your team and enjoy an extended Happy Hour through end of game!

11.26 CLOSED Thanksgiving Day

Posted by hilda on November 23, 2015

We’re grateful to our customers, new and old, that continue to support our establishment year after year. We’re looking forward to seeing you all throughout the holiday season!

11.20-21 Cherry Festivus

Posted by hilda on November 17, 2015

cherryfestivus_loIntroducing Portland’s new Cherry Festivus this November 20-21,2015. What simpler pleasure than nature’s finest Cherry? Tart, sweet, distinctly it’s own flavor, the Cherry goes well with sweet or savory as well as Beer and Cider. The Cherry may be the world’s most popular fruit and there is a world of beers that showcase them. So the creators of uber-popular events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival and the Peche Fest are pleased to announce the first annual Cherry Festivus, a showcase of 25+ beers featuring Cherries and a cider.


The Cherry Festivus will be held with a VIP session on Friday, November 20th and a General Admission session on Saturday, November 21st. This limited, premium event features a collection of rare artisinal beers and ciders that are hard to find or made exclusively for this event. As organizers work to confirm the full taplist they can reveal a handful of special kegs from some of Oregon and the world’s best breweries and cidery: Block 15 Brewing, Crooked Stave, De Garde, Upright Brewing, Ecliptic Brewing, Hanssen’s and more.

In addition to beer, Bazi will be serving new cherry cocktails and a special food menu including a Cherry Flemish Stew.

Tickets are now on sale for $30 for the Friday 11/20 VIP session that opens at 5 pm. In addition to being able to attend the festival a day early, attendees receive a glass and 7 drink tickets. Most items will be 1 ticket per 4 oz pour. Saturday 11/21 Noon to 11 pm General Admission tickets are on sale for $20 and you receive a glass and 6 drink tickets. Additional tickets are available for $2 each.

There are only 200 glasses for the festival, there may be passes available at the door on Saturday, but to assure entry we recommend purchasing in advance via Eventbrite.

Beer & Cider List:

10 Barrel Brewing: Spiral Staircase
A brand new Imperial Porter with Cherries from Brewmaster Tonya Cornett.

Block 15: Kriek
Oud Bruins matured in bourbon barrels with locally grown Montmorency tart cherries. A blend of three seasons. 7.75% ABV

Breakside: Kriek
strong cherry ale fermented with our house “wild blend” containing three types of Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus and a saison yeast. 100% keg conditioned for maximum flavor development from the Brett. 7.9% Abv.

The Commons: Brotherly Love
Brotherly Love is our Belgian Dark Strong Ale, Little Brother, aged in second-use Bourbon barrels with Northwest grown sour cherries and Ecuadorian cacao nibs roasted by Woodblock Chocolate in SE Portland.

Crooked Stave: L’Brett d’Cherry
L’Brett d’Cherry starts as our favorite Golden sour barrels that we blend together into our large oak foeders for secondary fermentation with 4,000lbs of Colorado harvested sour cherries. 6% Abv.

Crooked Stave: Mama Bear’s Sour Cherry Pie
We take our Burgundy sour base beer and age it in used Bourbon barrels before blending select barrels into our large oak foeders and additionally aging on 3,000 lbs of Colorado harvest sour cherries. 7% Abv.

Crooked Stave: Nightmare on Brett Cherry
The biggest of the three Cherry beers we made in 2015, we pack all the cherries we can into this beer aging for months in our foeders. The result yields cherry, cascara and coffee aromas and flavors with a light hint of whiskey barrel character to warm the finish. 9.666% Abv.

Culmination Brewing: Kriek
Wheat beer aged in a single Pinot barrel with Brett Brux and Oregon tart cherries. Funky brett aroma, medium red color. Mild tartness. Estimated 7.5% Abv.

De Garde: Cherry Blu Bu
Berliner-weisse style sour wheat beer brewed with Cherries and Blueberries.

Deschutes: The Dissident
The Dissident is an Oud Bruin, a distinctive Flanders-style sour brown ale, with a heavenly aroma and flavor. Our first wild yeast beer, we use Brettanomyces and local cherries to give The Dissident its characteristic sour taste. Our stiffest brewing challenge, it must be fermented in isolation from our other beers for a full 18 months, partly in pinot and cabernet barrels. The words coddled and “worth it” come to mind. 10.7% Abv.

Dogfish Head: TBD

Double Mountain: Devil’s Kriek
Cherry season is upon us once again, and that means it’s time to peer into the tanks that have been sitting in the cellar for the last year or so. When we checked in on this slumbering beauty we found her to be funky, refreshingly tart, and devilishly deep crimson. Local Bing and Van cherries from the Double Mountain Orchard from the Columbia Gorge lend the color and a juicy character. Kept at cellar temperature on whole fruit for 12 months, and served in its own glass. 9.3% ABV, 9 BU
ABV: 9.3% IBU: 9

Double Mountain: Tahoma Kriek
The Tahoma Kriek uses a strong Belgian Blonde ale for a base prior to the addition of local Rainier Cherries. Our house yeast strains and Brettanomyces Lambicus, was allowed free reign to develop its sour and complex character, resulting in a stronger, more bracingly tart and juicy ale than the more classic beers in the style. This beauty was kept at cellar temperatures on the whole fruit for 13 months. Best enjoyed with a good cheese and better company. 10.3% ABV, 10 BU
ABV: 10.3% IBU: 10

Ecliptic Brewing: Cherry Porter
A brand new single small batch beer created for and debuting at the Cherry Festivus.

Golden Valley: Cerisely Funky
Golden Valley’s first kriek (cherry beer) was aged on locally grown fruit, all of which was hand-picked by our brewmaster. Cerisely Funky spent six months conditioning with Brettanomyces in French oak wine barrels, sharing that space over the final few months with 60 pounds of Royal Anne cherries. Bright cherry, meet Brett funk. OG 1.044 IBU 8 ABV 5.2%

Hanssens: Scharrenbecca
Lambic brewed with wild Belgian Schaerbeek sour cherries.

New Belgium: Transatlantique Kriek
New Belgium Brewing and Old Beersel of Belgium have partnered to create Transatlantique Kriek, a spontaneously fermented lambic ale made with sour cherries. This authentic kriek beer began life in the oaken vessels at Gert en Jos Christiaens’ brewery in the Lembeek region of Belgium. After more than two years aging, Oud Beersel’s offering shipped across the Atlantic and found its way to the intuitive palate of New Belgium’s brewmaster, Peter Bouckaert. After much sampling and internal consultation, Peter and his brew staff created a full-bodied Belgian golden lager to round out the light-bodied kriek. The cherry nose gives way to a pleasingly sour flash across the palate that rolls gently into a slightly sweet finish. Crisp, effervescent carbonation keeps the mouthfeel bright and delightfully tingly. 8% Abv.

Oakshire Brewing: 8
Eight years after brewing our first batch of beer, we felt the need to celebrate our success with the small community of our most loyal supporters. To commemorate this occasion, we crafted this Belgian Ale and matured it in a handful of select pinot noir wine barrels and aged it with Northwest grown cherries . This Belgian Kreik-inspired ale has flavors of tart fruit, oak, and just a touch of funkiness from the Brettanomyces. Raise your glass of Oakshire’s Brewers Reserve 8, and say it out loud, “Cheers to Eight Years!

Ommegang Brewery: Rosetta
Ale aged on cherries. Traditional Belgian Kriek, pleasingly tart with a touch of sweetness. Brewed exclusively for Brewery Ommegang by Liefmans, a sister brewery, in Belgium.

Pelican: Cherry Poppin Dory (Whiskey barrel-aged Doryman’s Dark with Cherries)
Our award-winning Doryman’s Ale is aged for 4 months in wheat whiskey barrels with a blend of two Oregon cherry varietals. Lose yourself in the complex aroma of ripe cherries and delicate oak while the roasted malts and Northwest hops tie everything together. The sweet cherries pair harmo- niously with the roasted malts while the sour cherries leave a subtle and pleasant tartness on your palate. The Cascade and Mt. Hood hops provide just the right amount of their wonderfully assertive character to give this beer its clean and balanced finish.

Reverend Nats Hard Cider: Cherried Winter Abbey Spice
This cider is a take on a very old recipe dating from early 1600s colonial America, with a modern twist of added carbonation. Raisins, unrefined cane sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg were fermented to dryness with oak. This special Cherry Fest keg has the added delight of juice from Washington-grown Montmorency and Hungarian Balaton tart cherries.

Schooner Exact: Cherry Sour (more TBA)

Slaapmutkske: Flemish Old Style Kriek
A newly released sour Red ale with Cherries.

Solera: Kriek
0 IBU, 5% ABV

Upright: Heart’s Beat
A barrel-fermented Saison with fresh Cherries added from Baird Family Orchards. The Hearts’ Beat pours intensely red and drinks with a huge tannic quality, showing bits of brett lambicus and orchard yeasts in the flavor.

Vanberg & Dewulf: LambicX Kriek, 2014
The first Kriek Lambic in our LAMBICKX line! Wonderful aroma of almonds, macaroon and cherry stones. Dry, elegant fruit palate. Lightly sparkling to still. Lambics are truly the “wines” of the beer world. Just as wines vary by season, soil, climate, and aging method, lambics (unlike any other type of beer) vary by season, brewery location, barrel size and wood type and length of aging. 6.5% ABV.

11.12 Democratic Debate

Posted by hilda on November 12, 2015

democraticdebatesJoin us for Happy Hour and the Democratic Debate on Saturday, November 14 from 6-8 PM on the big screen with sound.

11.8 MLS Western Conference Semifinals

Posted by hilda on November 4, 2015

Playoff_Nextgame_Vancouver2_v1.1Join us for all Sunday Happy Hour on November 8th, and the second leg of the MLS Western Conference Semifinals as the Timbers take on the Whitecaps FC.

Reservations are now closed for the main dining area. 35+ seats remain for walk-ins. All attendees for those seats must be 21+. Arrive early and join us for the Dallas vs Seattle match. There will also be a standing only section by the bar. RCTID!

11.1 MLS Semifinals

Posted by hilda on October 31, 2015

2015semifinalsDoors open at 1 PM on Sunday, November 1 for all the MLS Semifinals action. Enjoy all Sunday Happy Hour and a special Dia de los Muertos Festival de Cervezas (All Souls Day Beer Festival)!

11.1 Dia De Los Muertos Festival De Cervezas

Posted by hilda on October 26, 2015

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All Souls Day Beer Festival


On November 1st from 1-9 PM, Bazi and Imperial Bottleshop (3090 SE Division St) are joining forces to co-host the 2nd Annual autumn beer event, Día De Los Muertos Festival De Cervezas (All Souls Day Beer Festival).

The Día De Los Muertos Festival De Cervezas will take place concurrently at both locations offering festival goers the opportunity to walk less than half mile between the two and experience an eclectic mix of death-themed beers, beers named after the dead, and Mexican-influenced beers that pay homage to the country of the holiday’s origin. While close in proximity, the two bars are far apart in their approach to beer. Bazi features Belgian-inspired beers from near and far, and Imperial focuses on local American craft beer.

For $10, attendees will get a commemorative glass goblet and two drinks tickets, each good for a 5 oz pour. Additional drink tickets will be offered for $2 each, and every drink ticket used will automatically get entered into hourly raffles for exciting prizes. Pre-purchase is encouraged and check-in can take place at either location. Visit Eventbrite to purchase tickets.

Here’s the beer lineup:

Boneyard Diablo Rojo
Silver Moon Voodoo ISR
Birrificio Montegioco Demon Hunter
Brouwerij Het Anker Lucifer
Brouwerij Het Anker Lucifer Black
Huyghe La Guillotine
Oakshire Frederic C Noir
Rogue Sturzen IPA
Coalition Tequila’d S.O.B.
Breakside Toro Red
Silver Moon Bone Crusher
Ninkasi Dawn of the Red
Ninkasi Pumpkin Slayer
Oakshire Big Black Jack Pumpkin
Ommegang Adoration
Fat Head’s Hop JuJu Imperial IPA
Widmer Barrel-Aged Old Emblamer Barley Wine
21st Amendment El Sully Mexican Lager
Agrarian Spaced Out
2 Towns Bad Apple Cider
Seattle Pumpin Cider
….and more!

10.30 Kwaktoberfest

Posted by hilda on October 20, 2015

Artisinal Imports bring you Kwaktoberfest during the entire month of October and a special celebration on Friday, October 30th from 5-10 PM featuring a tasting tray with Bosteels Brewery three famous beers: Kwak, Tripel Karmeliet and DeuS. 5 oz samples of each for only $15 including a souvenir Kwak glass while supplies last. This is your opportunity to try the infamous DeuS, available only in 750 ml Dom Perignon bottles.

How to WIN Kwak swag:

  • Every time you order a Kwak beverage, you will be able to choose from various prizes – Kwak buttons, Bosteel Brewery t-shirts, etc.
  • Kwak away during every Ducks game! Order the Quattro for only $28 during every Ducks game in October (it’s like getting a free Kwak beverage) plus you’ll get to take a single Kwak glass home (while supplies last).
  • Attend our Kwaktoberfest celebration on Friday, October 30th during our final party. Raffles will take place every half hour starting at 6:00 PM. Order the tasting tray for only $15 and take a Kwak glass home plus a big chance to win a Quattro.

About the beers for the tasting event on October 30th:

  • Deus undergoes a lengthy, costly maturation in the Champagne caves of France. The elegant and labor-intensive “methode Champenoise” produces the best sparkling beverages in the world. DeuS has characteristics of both sparkling wine (fine, velvety carbonation) and specialty beer (rich maltiness) but also exhibits a fragrant, herbal and spicy character quite unique and special. Flavors of anise, mint, malt, lavender, and a barely perceptible hoppiness make DeuS a very sophisticated treat. Only available in 750 ml bottles.
  • Kwak is rich amber in color with a slightly sweet, generously malty character. Hops are subdued, but present a well-considered balance with the juicy ripeness of grain and a fruity, meringue softness.
  • Brewed with oats, barley and wheat, Tripel Karmeliet has soft, full, rich grain character with hints of banana, vanilla, and a slight, pleasing bubble-gum aroma. A restrained hop bitterness offers perfect balance and a gentle counterpart to its substantial maltiness. World’s Best Ale 2008.

No tricks here, just treats and lots of them!!!! So give the Kwak a try, after all, the glass is half the fun!

Thursday Special: Dessert & Beer Pairing

Posted by hilda on October 2, 2015

cremebruleeHow sweet is your life? Enjoy dessert and beer pairing every Thursday for $8.