Join The Woodsman Tavern as we feature one of our favorite farms in a brisket supper, served family style with all the fixin’s on Friday, February, 24th at 7:00pm. Tickets are $65 , not including gratuity in our private dining room. The supper will include smoked brisket, coleslaw, cheddar grits, baked beans, cheddar biscuits and red velvet cake, with wine pairings.
Have a drink and sit down with Scot Laney as well as his daughter and coworker Hanna and chat with them about their farm and practices. They are some of the most down to earth people you will meet.
Not familiar with Laney Family Farms? They are the founders of Eat Oregon First and provide many local restaurants with beef, pork, rabbit and fresh cow’s milk.
Laney Family Farms info : They are a small operation and, as their name suggests, a proud family company. They have a cow-calf program and work with two trusted partner farms to keep up with demand in
their finishing program. All of their beef is Angus-cross and grass-fed then grain-finished for a Midwest-style
marbling and flavor. All of their cattle are finished on a mixed grain ration and on pasture. All of their beef is 14-21 day whole-carcass dry-aged and processed at a USDA facility.
The farm in Canby was founded by Hanna’s grandparents and, after her grandpa’s passing, her parents decided to turn his hobby farm into a full-fledged business. Hanna joined the company in 2013 after a few years in the beer industry and her brother Ryan, joined shortly thereafter. The farm in Tygh Valley is where they take weaned calves for fair-weather rotational grazing. Additionally, they grow hay and barley and Rogue Ales leases land for their floor malting operation, which malts barley for their GYO line of beers.
Beef Info : The Laney Family Farms Black Label ground beef is ground to a recipe with 15-20% white fat. With the whole-carcass 14-21 day dry-aging, it is Portland’s only dry-aged ground beef.
Family Info : They are Scot, Irene, Hanna and Ryan Laney. Scot and Irene started this company
when Hanna was in college, with their first customer being Urban Farmer. Since, then, they are proud to be featured in many of Portland’s finest kitchens. Ryan works on the farming side, Hanna works on the sales and marketing side and Scot and Irene do a bit of everything.
About The Woodsman Tavern
The Woodsman Tavern is a gathering place for good food, good drink and good company on SE Division Street. Serving dinner seven nights a week, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Full craft cocktail list, extensive wine list, rare bourbon and rye selections and 14 beers on tap. Join Us for Oyster Hour all day Monday and Tuesday – Friday from 5:00pm-6:00pm.
Follow us on Instagram , Facebook and Twitter . Located at 4537 Southeast Division Street , Portland Ore.