The Oregon Brewers Festival is celebrating its 30th year. You can be a part of this extraordinary event by being a festival volunteer. In addition to a great time, you’ll receive a festival tasting mug, 16 tokens for beers, hat, water bottle, and a special festival shirt.
Preferred shifts go early, so apply as soon as possible in order to receive the shift you want. Please allow 72 hours for scheduling and shift confirmation.
Due to the large amount of volunteers, please arrive 45 minutes before the start time of your shift. You will receive a tap assignment, t-shirt, hat, water bottle, and a short orientation covering OLCC regulations and server duties prior to the start of each shift. Arriving early is important so shifts start on time! There is no designated parking for volunteers so we encourage taking public transportation.
You Must Be 21 Years of Age Or Older To Participate As A Volunteer At This Event
Location: Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Date: July 26–30, 2017
An OLCC Service Permit is not required to participate as a Server at the Oregon Brewers Festival.
Servers must refrain from drinking any alcoholic beverages at least 4 hours before the start of their shift. Servers are not permitted to any drink alcoholic beverages during their shift
NEW - Last shift on Sunday growler fills
Volunteers working the last Sunday shift, Bring your own growler!
We can fill Sunday last shift volunteer growlers with beer from any remaining kegs at the end of the festival Sunday night.
This is first come, first served. One growler per person. Growlers cannot be opened at the event They must be for off-site consumption only. If anyone opens the growler, then the alcohol in the growler must be emptied before leaving the event space.
Got questions about volunteering at OBF? Visit our Volunteer Guide
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or cancellations.
Lastly, thank you very much for volunteering. Without your help, the Oregon Brewers Festival could not be the success that it is. Cheers to you and have a good time!
Jennifer Honaker, Volunteer Coordinator