Ferry Folk is a splendid duo comprised of Mary Grace Brogdon with harp and vocals and Matthew Haverly on whatever you hand him. Matthew, a brilliant multi-instrumentalist who plays Celtic music up and down the West Coast and currently resides in Seattle, will be in Springfield for St. Patrick's Day.. Mary Grace, a devotee of Irish and Scottish traditional music, has been sharing that tradition in the Willamette Valley for many years. They have particularly enjoyed playing together on ferries on Puget Sound and look forward to bringing those random acts of beauty and moments of pure auditory joy to the Public House in Springfield.
Make the day after Thanksgiving known as BlackBeerday! We will be tapping beers released from confinement in barrels as well as limited release stouts & porters, many marshaling imperial strength. It will be a day rife with all shades of black, featuring breweries such as Lagunitas, Founders, Avery & more!
Keep checking back for a full line-up of BlackBeers.
Join us to celebrate the bounty of fall!
Stop in anytime during the day to enjoy your favorite seasonal craft beverages and delicious food! We'll be making up batches of mulled cider and wine to compliment the abundance of fall flavors created by our creative food purveyors. Enjoy autumn ales and ciders from 2 Towns, Vagabond, Dogfishead and more!
We’ll be hosting family-friendly pumpkin decorating from 12-4
For only $5, each participant gets a pumpkin & decorations ($3 if you bring your own pumpkin!)
Over 10 fall &pumpkin themed ales on draft
Stone Brewing Company’s Night of the Gargoyle Series!
Chai, ginger & bourbon cocktails
House made mulled wine & N/A mulled cider
With tasty & fresh seasonal food specials from each vendor such as roasted pumpkin pie, smoked chicken & dumplings, delicata squash specialties, & more
Live music starts at 5pm
Tim McLaughlin's Revolving Duo, 5pm
Breakers Yard, 7:30pm
See you there!
Join PublicHouse for our official Grand Opening AND Oktoberfest kick off party! Holding true to its mission to bring people together, PublicHouse will celebrate its grand opening by hosting Springfield’s very own Oktoberfest on Friday, September 21.
Springfield Mayor Christine Lundberg will perform a ribbon cutting ceremony and pour the evening’s first pint at 4 p.m. to kick off the fête, marking the completion of PublicHouse’s recent renovation!
PublicHouse’s Oktoberfest will feature traditional Bavarian fare from Pig and Turnip, a German-inspired eatery located on-site. The Beer Hall will have several German and seasonal Oktoberfest beers on tap for the occasion, and one-liter, German-style steins will be available for purchase. William Rose Wines will be on site sampling from 5-7pm. There will be live music throughout the night. The entertainment schedule is as follows:
4-6pm: The Roseburg German Band, a traditional German Oompah band
6-6:15pm: A stein holding competition, a traditional Bavarian strength competition
6:15 Savour Springfield Passport raffle
6:15-7:30pm: Corwin Bolt and the Wingnuts, a ragtime & blues-inspired country band
8-10pm: The Firestarters, a rock band
Fresh Hop season is upon us! Join us for our Inaugural Fresh Hop Fest and celebrate the bounty of hops from the Pacific Northwest. Festivities kick off on Monday, September 10th and include daily entertainment and a different featured brewery everyday! Come check it out to taste freshies from Viking Braggot, Planktown, Hop Valley, Manifest Brewing, Wildcraft & more! Live Music will take place at the Arbor Bar.
Monday: Viking Braggot & Trivia with Ty Connor, 6:30pm
Tuesday: Wildcraft & The Hip Billys (acoustic blues duo), 6:30pm
Wednesday: Blind Taste Off & Acoustic Bluegrass Jam, 6:30pm
Thursday: Manifest & Brothers in Law (americana), 6:30pm
Friday: Fresh Hop Buffet & Breakers Yard (old-time), 7:30pm
Saturday: Planktown & Real Gone Trio (rock-a-billy), 7:30pm
Sunday: Hop Valley & Better than a Bucket (bluegrass), 4:00pm