Harriet Brewing’s 2nd Anniversary Bash

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Date(s) - Saturday, January 19 - Sunday, January 20
6:00 pm - 1:00 am

El Nuevo Rodeo


Harriet Brewing is celebrating our Two Year Anniversary in true Harriet fashion at the El Nuevo Rodeo on January 19th. From 6 PM to 1AM, we’re taking over all 12 taps, showcasing a variety of local musicians/artists, and hanging out with the community that has helped us make our first two years absolutely incredible! We have some exciting new selections and one-offs in addition to your old favorites for the total tap takeover.

There will also be great music and special brews just across the street at the brewery. Brewery doors open at noon, with music from 3pm to close with Daddy Squeeze, Chris Koza of Rogue Valley, Srazhalys and Not Quite Dead.

Saturday January 19th at El Nuevo Rodeo – 4th Floor Ballroom
Doors at 6pm • Music at 7pm • 21+
General Admission Tickets:
$14 in advance/ $20 at door
Limited amount of tickets available: We sold out last year…
A limited amount of fee free tickets are available at the Brewery.




In addition to a dozen fantastic Harriet Brewing beers, we have a night full of entertainment lined up for our guests.
7-8:30 – Postina
8:45-10:15 – Brass Kings
10:30-1am – Malamanya

Live Art by Chuck Hues and Jesse Brodd
Photo Booth with Costumes and props by Blackbird Photography
Full Tapas Bar by El Nuevo Rodeo

12 Tap Takeover (Beer Menu)

Elevator Doppelbock
Coffee Elevator Doppelbock
West Side
East Side
Orange Peel West Side
Wachen Bock
Oaked Wachen Bock
Dark Abbey
Spiced Dark Abbey
Divine Oculust
Chardonnay Barrel Aged Divine Oculust
Divine Resolution

Elevator makes its return!!
Elevator Doppelbock is traditionally brewed using the decoction method and is lagered for two months. This beer is rich and malt driven, with characteristics of dark fruit and caramel supported by a light toastiness and just enough bitterness from the hops to keep it balanced. Elevator is hearty, yet clean and complex. It’s tempting to make this a daily ration of liquid bread… you know, to honor the monks. 8% ABV • 20 IBU