Portland, OR – Bazi’s (1522 SE 32nd Ave) will be celebrating two major events over the next week: St Arnoldus Day on Saturday, July 18 and Belgium Independence Day on Tuesday, July 21.
St Arnoldus Day
Saturday, July 18 from 5-10 PM
Every July 18, the Belgians honor Saint Arnoldus with a feast in Brussels. He’s most famous for urging his congregation to “Drink Beer, Not Water” during a plague epidemic. Because beer is sterilized in production and the local water was the source of the sickness, people were saved. A true miracle!
A special taster tray featuring Huyghe brewery, infamous for Delirium Tremens, will be available for $12 (4 – 5 oz pours) and consists of Deliria, Delirium Argentum, Delirium Nocturnum, and Delirium Red.
Attendees will receive a complimentary St Arnoldus t-shirt and/or Delirium Tremens glass with every tray purchase (while supplies last).
Belgium Independence Day
Tuesday, July 21 from 5-9 PM
Celebrate Belgium Independence Day with a featured Dutch (La Trappe) vs Belgium (Westmalle) dubbel, tripel and quad import tasting tray for $15 (6 – 5 oz pours of each).
Commemorate when the Belgians said “enough” to the Dutch. Enough with the wooden shoes. Enough tulips. And they celebrated their independence by doing what they do better than anyone – they had a beer festival.
T-shirts, keys and other cool swag will be given away during the course of the evening.
For more information visit www.bazipdx.com or call 503.234.8888.
If Monks lived in Portland, this would be their watering hole. Bazi brings centuries of Belgian inspired beer and food under one roof plus a premium liquor selection. Explore with a nationally recognized Bier-Cocktail or simply sip on a glass of wine. As a Euro-centric establishment we embrace bringing community together through sports. We are an official Thorns, Timbers and American Outlaws partner and showcase these and other events on our 114″ HDTV with surround sound. Named “Top 100 Beer Bars in America” by DRAFT Magazine 2014, 1015 and “Top 10 Best Beer Bars in Portland” by The Oregonian. Located in the heart of the Hawthorne District, tucked away just off of SE 32nd Avenue.