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Farmhouse & Wild Ale Fest; The Cocktail Demystified

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NORTH PORTLAND— This weekend, NoPo's Saraveza plays host to the second-annual Portland Farmhouse & Wild Ale Festival, expanding this year to include more beer, festival exclusives, and keynote speakers. The celebration stretches across Saturday and Sunday (March 29 and 30), featuring more than 30 beers to taste — from the likes of Agrarian Ales, de Garde Brewing, and Stone Brewing — plus talks given by the brewers behind local favorites like the Commons Brewery, Breakside Brewing, and Logsdon Farmhouse Ales. Tickets are $25, including 10 beer samples and a commemorative glass. More information here. [EaterWire]

BUCKMAN— The six distilleries of Portland's Distillery Row join forces at Holocene for a spirits tasting and educational event meant to help drinkers unlock the secrets of cocktail making. "The Cocktail Demystified," scheduled for Saturday, March 29, will feature 25 different spirits by Eastside Distilling, Vinn Distillery, New Deal, Stone Barn Brandyworks, House Spirits, and Rolling River; tickets are $7 and available here. [EaterWire]

BOOK CLUB— Portland's resident breakfast expert Paul Gerald announced he's crowd-funding the upcoming third edition of his local guidebook, Breakfast in Bridgetown, via an IndieGoGo campaign. Gerald's currently seeking $6,000 to help offset printing costs. [EaterWire]

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