Save The Date…
Saturday, September 12th, 2015
1pm to 9pm
Join Heart of the Valley Homebrewers in beautiful Corvallis, Oregon, as we celebrate the 8th annual Septembeerfest. Big changes are in the works for this year’s festival to make it better than ever. Stayed tuned, as we get closer to the big day we’ll post updates with festival & ticketing information.
What Was On Tap Last Year?
63 Beers, Ciders & Meads Across 50+ Taps… Something For Everyone!
There were few surprises up our sleeves, but for now here’s our complete list.
We’ll announce this year’s musicians as we get closer to the festival. In 2014, we featured…
Beaver Country Hot Air Band
Polka! Back for the 7th year. A Septembeerfest tradition and festival favorite.
The Crescendo Show
The Crescendo Show's music is an accessible collage of thoughtful lyricism, rich melody, complex harmony and well balanced energy that busts the barriers between folk, indie, rock and alternative genres. The group released their third full length album titled 'Jackal's Kiss' in May 2014 and will celebrate their 6th anniversary in October.
Thom Lyons is a singer songwriter born and raised in London UK who, in early 2011, packed a suitcase and a guitar and traveled some 5000 miles to start a new life in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon. Inspired by bands such as Counting Crows, REM, The Frames and Whiskeytown his songs have a rootsy folk rock like feel tempered with the pop sensibilities of older favorites like Tom Petty and Elton John.
Orquesta Monte Calvo
Orquesta Monte Calvo (Bald Hill Orchestra) plays Afro-Latin dance music, with emphasis on Peruvian popular dance music from the 1960's and 1970's. Blending surfy psychedelic guitar, Hammond organ, funky bass, a powerful percussion section, and Spanish vocals, Orquesta Monte Calvo will make you want to dance.
Thank you to our amazing 2014 sponsors!
Leave the keys at home and take our free shuttles!
This year we have free shuttle routes serving Corvallis to Septembeerfest from 12:30pm to 9:30pm. Come back soon for details…
Want to be a Septembeerfest Volunteer?
Heart of the Valley Homebrewers, a non-profit organization, uses the proceeds from Septembeerfest to support a number of worthy local charities and organizations. Since 2006 over $87,000 have been donated to Linn Benton Food Share, Heart of the Valley Homebrewers Endowment at Oregon State University supporting scholarships in Fermentation Science and the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation.
It is with your help that allows Septembeerfest be a fun-filled community celebration of the local homebrewers and craft beer industry as well as a successful fundraiser. We have many different opportunities available depending on your skill set and availability. Although a majority of the volunteer shifts are on the day of the festival we have other volunteer opportunities on different days as part of our setup, teardown and cleanup.
You say you’re interested…well that’s great! Click here for more information and signup details.