Sasquatch Festival- Worth the drive down from Portland?

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by bfg75, Apr 20, 2012.

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  1. bfg75

    bfg75 Initiate (0) Feb 26, 2011 Washington
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    I've never gone to this and have a friend I'm meeting in Portland early on the 12th...Is Sasquatch worth the 1.5 hour or so drive south? Do they have a lot of one-off/limited things to try?

    Thanks for any replies!
     
  2. BuckeyeOne

    BuckeyeOne Zealot (511) Mar 9, 2008 Washington

    At first I was, like, what are you talking about, dude? Sasquatch is north of Portland (in George, WA) and is a music festival --- but with plenty of one-offs. Then, I googled 'Sasquatch beer' and got the brewfest in Eugene. Confusing...

    I haven't been to the brewfest in Eugene, but the music festival is totally worth the drive.
     
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  3. hopsbreath

    hopsbreath Initiate (0) Aug 28, 2009 Oregon

    Thought the same thing myself. Glad to hear the fest in George is solid because that's the one I'm going to this year. :)
     
  4. bfg75

    bfg75 Initiate (0) Feb 26, 2011 Washington
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    Haha, yes I mean the beer festival in Eugene.
     
  5. optophobia

    optophobia Initiate (62) Sep 29, 2006 Massachusetts
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    Actually I thought this years lineup was a bit of a let down.
    I'm sure you'll still have a blast though ( as long as you got the 4 day pass so you have re-entry)
     
  6. postymcposterton

    postymcposterton Initiate (0) Oct 21, 2010 Oregon

    The brewfest is usually worth it... good one offs. That whole week is Eugene Beer Week, too... lots of stuff going on all around town.
     
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