Join us this June 15th, from 12:30pm to 6pm at our Public House in Eugene, to revel in the beauty of Hellshire IX and other rare barrel-aged specialty beers from our favorite breweries from across the country.
Our annual celebration of the intangible magic that happens inside the barrel is one of the highlights of our year at Oakshire. Not only do we get to share Hellshire IX for the first time, along with other special barrel-aged beers from our own library, but we will also be offering a curated list of sought after and rare barrel-aged beers from across the country, as well as music and local food carts. Many of our guest breweries are otherwise not available for sale in Oregon, which makes this a festival not to be missed!
Hellshire Day 2019 Festival Tickets: are available for purchase now – $30 presale or $35 day-of. Festival Tickets are necessary for anyone wanting to enter the Public House grounds and/or partake in the beers offered at the festival, and ticket includes entry with wristband, a commemorative festival glass, and 5 tokens.
Hellshire Day 2019 Designated Driver Tickets: also available for purchase now – $5 presale or $10 day-of. These DD tickets are for those over 21 who wish to enter the Public House grounds and who will be the responsible adult designated driver. This ticket includes a special wristband that will not allow any alcohol beverage service.
And don’t forget about the return of our annual Hellshire Experience event the night before! For a limited number of early registrants, we are offering: Friday night (6/14) behind-the-scenes brewery party with some of our favorite brews, live music, and complimentary food; a bottle of our extremely limited 2019 Hellshire Experience beer (Double Barrel Apple Brandy Vanilla Stout); and early VIP entry to Hellshire Day (6/15) to be first in line for the most sought after offerings (including some bottle pours only available during the exclusive VIP session)!
Hellshire Experience Tickets: available for purchase now! $115 in advance only.
All tickets are also available for sale locally at the Public House in Eugene.