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Fest Info
The 9th Annual Festival celebrates female professional and homebrewers for a family friendly event!
Featuring more than 40 female professional brewers from around the Pacific Northwest highlight and showcase the work of female-identified purveyors of beers and ciders. Also attending are10 homebrewers with unique creations to sweeten your vote for the best of the fest's Peoples Choice award! SheBrew is 100% nonprofit, all proceeds go to The Human Rights Campaign to fight for Equality. 
Come enjoy beers and cider, enjoy womxn owned food carts, vendors, outdoor games, photobooth, raffle and homebrew sodas

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40+ Exclusive PNW Female Brewed Beers and Ciders


Peoples Choice

Local Homebrews





National Comp

Homebrewer Winner Announced

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Delicious Foodtrucks

Unique Vendors

Fest Tickets


General  Admission


Sunday, March 10th, 12pm – 7:00 pm

1st Session 12pm - 3pm

Ticket include a commemorative tasting glass

8 tasting tickets

10 tickets for Homebrews Competition and vote for your favorite

2nd Session 4pm - 7pm

Ticket includes a commemorative tasting glass

12 tickets for two-ounce samples

VIP Admission


Sunday, March 10th, 11am – 7:00 pm

VIP tickets include

  • An hour early entry into festival and both sessions

  • Commemorative tasting glass

  • 10 tasting tickets

  • Participate in the Homebrewers Competition and vote for your favorite. 


The Redd on Salmon
831 SE Salmon St,
Portland, OR 97214



Q: What is the covid policy? A: As of January 2023 there are no plans to impose restrictions on access to the festival, or to impose conditions such as mask or vaccine requirements. This is subject to change at any time, pending local, state, and federal guidelines. SheBrew producers monitor local, state, and federal guidelines and will adhere to those guidelines in force at the time of the event. Masks are always welcome. Ultimately it is up to everyone to decide for themselves whether to attend or how much to participate in the festival.

Q: Will there be a line to get in?  A: As much as our volunteers prepare, please expect a slight line at check-in. In order to expedite service, buying tickets onine and filling out HRC's membership form ahead of time will get everyone in smoother.

Q: Is there a separate line for brewers and special guest tickets? A: At check-in the last table will be for attendees that need the comp or brewer wristband.

Q: Are kids allowed to come to the fest? A: All ages are welcome to the fest. Persons under the age 21 not eligible to purchase taste tickets. Admission tickets only sold to guests who intend on sampling brewed beverages.

Q: Are there gender neutral bathrooms? A: Facilites at the Redd are shared gender bathrooms

Q: Are there games at the fest? A: Activities will be available to play in the covered area in front of the event space. Cornhole, table games, jenga and more will be available.

Q: Are there vendors at the fest?  A: SheBrew has partnered with unique womxn and POC run food and vending businesses who will be present at the Fest.

Q: How many brewers will be present?  A: Over 50 female professional brewers have created an exclusive beer for this festival. Also 10 talented homebrewers will be delighted for your vote in the Peoples Choice for their special concoction.

Q: Are there non-alcoholic beverages? A: NA beers, Hop seltzer water, homebrewed sodas will be available for no cost of a ticket.

Q: Can I bring a waterbottle? A: All bottle vessels are welcome.

Q: What are parking options? A: The lot at the Redd is free, first come, first serve and street parking is available around the event venue.

Q: What is the smoking policy? A: The Redd is a non-smoking facility. Vaping and smoking must take place away from building entry and off the property parking lot.

Q: Are pets allowed? Answer: Unfortunately, the event space does not allow any furry, feathery, scaley loved ones. Only trainied ADA service animals may be allowed entry.

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