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2.5 Super Bowl Viewing Party

Posted by hilda on January 28, 2017

SB51A BIG game deserves a BIG 114″ HDTV with surround sound!

Join us for our Annual Super Bowl Viewing Party on Sunday, February 5. Doors open at 1 PM. Enjoy Happy Hour food and drinks specials.

The infamous Commercial Bingo is back with lots of prizes!

Reservations are highly encouraged. Use our online reservation system or call 503-234-8888. Minors are welcomed!


2.1 5th Annual: No Wheat? No Sweat.

Posted by hilda on January 27, 2017


A gluten-free dinner pairing event with co-hosts Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider and Merchant Du Vin.

Wednesday, February 1

6:30-9 PM

During the seminar, participants will get to:

  • Learn about gluten-free beverage options
  • Choose between a beer or cider pairing option
  • Experience some of the world’s top ranked gluten-free beverages

Walk-away with recipes, resources, and a souvenir Green’s beer glass. Cost: $35 per person inclusive of gratuity. Tickets may be purchased online at Eventbrite. On 20 seats available.

Four Course Menu

The 4-Course Menu includes the following:


Fennel Salad with Honeycrisp Apples and Feta Cheese in a Lemon Vinaigrette Dressing

Paired with Green’s IPA OR Reverend Nat’s New Moon Mandarin


Mediterranean Red Curry Sorghum Soup

Paired with Green’s Amber OR Reverend Nat’s Hallelujah Hopricot

Main Course

Roasted Chicken with Butternut Squash, Sorghum and Pomegranate Seeds

Paired with Green’s Tripel Blonde OR Reverend Nat’s Revival Hard Cider


Belgian Waffles glazed with a Wooden Hellfire Cider Reduction

Green’s Dubbel Dark Ale OR Reverend Nat’s Wooden Hellfire

Disclaimer: Please note that Bazi will make every effort to minimize gluten contact in the kitchen, however, there’s always potential for cross-contamination with gluten food items.

1.25 De Dolle Tasting with Beercycling

Posted by hilda on January 11, 2017

ddb-tasting-bazi-1Explore one of Beercycling’s favorite stops in Belgium as they host a tasting of De Dolle Brouwers on Wednesday, January 25 from 6:30-9:30 PM.

De Dolle Brouwers (“The Mad Brewers”) is a Belgian brewery based in the province of West Flanders. The beer hall itself dates back to 1840. The tasting will include 4 oz pours of five different De Dolle beers. Cost is $20 and includes gratuity.

About the beers:

Arabier Belgian Pale Ale: 7.8% ABV, brewed from pure malt and then dry hopped with Popering hops for an earthy bitter finish.

Boskeun: 8.9% ABV, meaning “rabbit” hence being one of the first Easter beers, very hazy golden color with a slight reddish/orange hue. Massive head leaving a nice lacing along the glass.

Dulle Teve Tripel: 10% ABV, mild citrus and lemon note with a fruity taste. Nice dry bitterness in the finish.

Oerbier Strong Dark: 9% ABV, dark reddish brown color with ivory head, flavors of dried cherries and apricots combined with a subtle spicy yeast creates a nice balanced flavor.

Stille Nacht, 2015: 10.8% ABV, heavy malt aromas, caramel, toffee mixed with fruity scents. Finishes dry and crisp.

Additionally, the first 15 attendees will get a complimentary taste of De Dolle Reserva courtesy of Beercycling. Come drink some great hard to find Belgium beers, score some sweet prizes courtesy of Beercycling, and learn about their tours in Oregon, Italy and Belgium.


1.14 Seahaws vs Falcons

Posted by hilda on January 10, 2017

seahawsvsfalconsDoors open at 1 PM on Saturday, January 14 for the Seahawks vs Falcons NFL game, followed by the Texans vs Patriots. Enjoy early Happy Hour with food and drink specials!

1.10 Obama’s Farewell Address

Posted by hilda on January 8, 2017


Join us Tuesday, January 10 at 6 PM for President Obama’s Farewell Address. Enjoy Happy Hour and Movie Night Tuesday food and beverage pairing specials.

12.29 Abt 12 Magnum Vertical Tasting

Posted by hilda on December 25, 2016


SOLD OUT! The Christmas Ale is available on draft for anyone still wanting to try that beer.

Join us on Thursday, December 29 starting at 6 PM for a special St Bernadus Abt 12 Magnum Edition vertical flight – 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

St.Bernardus Abt 12 is one of the world’s greatest beers. Original recipe, first brewed in 1946, dark brown in color with ruby highlights. Perfectly balanced, with a full body and a hoppy bite. Bottle conditioned, ABV 10%

The tasting will include 4 oz pours of each Abt 12 year plus a welcome pour of St Bernardus Christmas.

Due to the limited magnum edition bottles, pre-purchase is recommended via Evenbrite. Participants may choose to arrive any time between 6-10 PM.



12.15 Glühbier and Glühcider Tasting

Posted by hilda on December 8, 2016

15304178_10104643627115865_6544821064586629178_oWarm up your soul and belly with Glühbiers, Glühciders and cocktails on Thursday, December 15 from 6-10 PM.

Inspired by the European Christmas Markets in Belgium, Germany, and beyond, it’s time once again to bring this winter warmer tradition to Beervana. Glühbiers! Yes, a night of all warm, spiced beers, ciders, and beer cocktails. There will be Belgian ales (from Belgium!), Oregon ales, festive ciders, and a hot beer cocktail. Prepare to drink:

Cascade Brewing (Glühkriek)
Solera Brewery (Kriek)
Labrewatory (Cranberry-Orange Saison)
Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider (Winter Abbey Spice)
Schilling Chaider (Chai Spiced Cider)
Hopworks Urban Brewery‘s Xocolatl Xake Up featured in a cocktail
And… Fruli (strawberry beer with coriander and orange peel from Belgium)

Look for Christmas Market style treats, too. But most of all, the real purpose of the Christmasmarkets is the gathering of friends & family. Minors welcomed until 9 PM.

12.3 Meet the Writers

Posted by hilda on December 1, 2016


Join us on Saturday, December 3 from 5-7 PM for Happy Hour and meet the writers of these must own beer books:

Jon Abernathy – Bend Beer Book
Jeff Alworth – The Beer Bible
Pete Dunlop – Portland Beer Book
Niki Ganong – Field Guide to Drinking in America
Steven Shomler – Portland Beer Stories

Writers will be onsite to answer questions and sign copies. Get an extra 10% off your tab when you purchase one or many of these books for your collection.

11.26 Civil War

Posted by hilda on November 23, 2016

There’s nothing CIVIL about this WAR! Join us Saturday, November 26th starting at 1 PM for a Ducks vs Beavers rivalry game. Cheer on your team and enjoy an extended Happy Hour starting when the doors open at 12:30 PM!

11.25 La Trappe Quad 25th Anniversary

Posted by hilda on November 21, 2016


Join Artisanal Imports at Bazi on Friday, November 25 from 5-8 PM for the 25th Anniversary of the La Trappe Quadrupel and its beer release – Quadrupel Oak Aged Batch #25.

La Trappe is one of only nine Trappist breweries in the world allowed to carry the logo “Authentic Trappist Product”. This logo guarantees authenticity in the recipe, tradition and, in the case of La Trappe, a thriving working relationship between monastery and brewery.

La Trappe is the only Trappist Ale that is made in The Netherlands; the other eight Trappist breweries are situated in Belgium, Austria and the US. A $15 event sampler tray will be available for purchase featuring five – 5 oz pours of La Trappe beers: Puur, Isid’or, Tripel, Quad and Quad Oak Aged Batch #25. About the Beers:

Puur: 4.7% ABV, is Skal certified and is brewed with green energy. That is why Father Abbot has decided to name it PUUR (which means ‘pure’ in Dutch). The organically grown hop is purchased directly from the farmers. The result is a refreshing, continuously drinkable ale that tastes of hop with a dry and light malt flavor.

Isid’or: 7.5% ABV, brewed in 2009 in honor of the 125th anniversary of Onze Lieve Vrouw van Koningshoeven Abbey. The harmonious taste starts as a fruity flavor and then shifts to malty caramel; a perfect balance between complexity and simplicity. The ale is named after brother Isidorus, the first master brewer of the abbey.

Tripel: 8% ABV, classic Trappist ale with a powerful and full taste. In addition, the ale has a candy-sweet and light-malty character.

Quad: 11% ABV, 25 years ago, The Koningshoeven brewery baptized her beloved Quadrupel under the approving glance of the monks. A closely guarded recipe became reality, and the first Quadrupel beer in the world was born. The quad is the heaviest ale with a full, warming and intensive taste; malty with the sweet tones of dates and caramel.

Oak-Aged Quad Batch #25: 11% ABV, In 2009, an old tradition was reinstated by aging La Trappe Quadrupel in oak barrels, thus creating a unique Trappist ale with a perfectly balanced flavor, and special aroma of wood. The complex taste depends on the type of barrel in which it is aged and therefore, each batch is different.

Receive a commemorative 25th Anniversary glass with every tasting tray purchase (while supplies last). A special toast and cake cutting ceremony will be led by representatives of Artisanal Imports at 6:30 PM.