Photos from the 26th Annual Oregon Brewers Festival

Spanning five days and featuring more than 80 handcrafted brews, this year's Oregon Brewers Festival filled Tom McCall Waterfront Park with cold suds and good vibes.

By Tuck Woodstock July 30, 2013

Beer enthusiasts from Sweden to Saudi Arabia traveled to Portland last weekend to participate in the Oregon Brewers Festival, one of the country's longest running craft beer festivals.

This year's waterfront fete—the 26th, to be exact—featured a diverse selection of nationally-ranked brews, including Thai Lagers, Beermosas, Black Rye IPAs, and Strawberry & Ginger Hefeweizens. Minors and (totally heroic) designated drivers enjoyed complimentary root beer, and revelers of all ages noshed on a wide array of pub food, jived to live music, perused beer-related vendors, and soaked up educational displays.

Check out our photos of the festivities by clicking through to the slide show above!

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