Our 2016 Sponsors
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The festival originated from many beers and great nights of music in Wildwood’s small bar room. We can thank all the amazing musicians who took a shot on coming down to an out of the way small venue and saw the vision. Serving hearty homemade grub every night of the week, and breakfast lunch and dinner Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You’ll feel at home in one of the six charming guest rooms.
Kim, Dan and Cash have a very special place that has become home to our family friendly fest. It can be rented for private events and weddings. They also have a small cidery & winery using only natural methods and no additives. You’ll find their cider on tap at the main bar and they do a cider, perry & wine tasting up at the Raven’s Roost on Saturday night
This company is the backbone of our community and has helpebe one of our d us in the past with materials but this now have stepped up to cherished sponsors!
The mission of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde staff is to improve the quality of life for Tribal people by providing opportunities and services that will build and embrace a community rich in healthy families and capable people with strong cultural values. Through collective decision making, meaningful partnerships and responsible stewardship of natural and economic resources, they will plan and provide for a sustainable economic foundation for future generations.
Great Northwest Productions is all about creating fans and friends for life. People that become part of your family! We do that by producing and promoting special shows and events, in unique locations throughout the Pacific Northwest. We also support independent artists and musicians behind the scenes by offering assistance with booking, promotion, marketing and social media content.
Passionate about making premium natural wines that showcase their biodynamic estate vineyards. We are happy to have this socially conscious company for a sponsor again this year. You can find their red & white wines at the main bar and they are also kind enough to let us use their gators to transport our band members and gear and their huge fans to keep us cool!
Salumist Elias Cairo, grew up first generation Greek-American with a father who made charcuterie at home. Doing things the old-fashioned way was commonplace. Elias later journeyed to Europe to apprentice in the kitchens of masters. It was there that he rediscovered the art of curing meat and found inspiration in the markets and mountain towns of the old world.
Hop Valley is a new sponsor this year and we are super excited to have them on board as they are a personal favorite! The company is committed to sustainable business practices and was started right here in western Oregon. Stop by their restaurant in Springfield or their tasting room in Eugene and tell them you appreciate them too!
Now in its tenth year, the brewery continues to grow while remaining fully independent and continuously focused on community. A team of two has increased to a family of over 100 employees who operate Ninkasi’s tasting room, production and lab facilities, sales force, marketing teams, local distribution arm, and a donations program. Ninkasi maintains a year-round Flagship Series of seven beers, including Total Domination IPA, followed by seasonal, special release, and R&D offerings.