House That Beer Built

An exciting new partnership between Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East and local craft breweries and beer-related businesses

House That Beer Built is an exciting new partnership between Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East and local craft breweries and beer-related businesses. Partners pledge to raise funds through various events like tap takeovers, sales promotions and special events with the goal of collectively raising $75,000 to fully sponsor a home for a Portland family. This collaborative partnership idea first began in Fort Collins in 2013 and has since spread across the country, eventually making its mark in our very own hops-and-malt-loving city.   

House That Beer Built celebrates the strength and creativity of Oregon’s craft beer industry and its passion for community while funding affordable homeownership opportunities in Portland’s vibrant and diverse Cully neighborhood. In summer of 2018, we break ground on 15 new affordable homes in Cully Commons.  

Join us at our partners’ events and help make the dream of homeownership a reality for local families in need of a decent place to live.

Our Partners


Rogue Ales & Spirits

October 1 - December 31 2018

Where: All of Rogue's Portland pubs

What: One dollar from each pint of Hazelnut Brown Nectar purchased at any of Rogue Ales & Spirits’ three Portland pubs between October 1st and December 31st will support House That Beer Built. A big thanks to Rogue Ales & Spirits for making Habitat one of their Nonprofits on Tap.

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Past Events

Cheers to Belgian Beers

Friday, June 1st (1pm-9pm) & Saturday, June 2nd (Noon-8pm)

Where: North Warehouse, 723 N. Tillamook Portland OR 97227

What: Cheers to Belgian Beers is a Belgian-style Beer Festival that features over 70 beers made from a single yeast strain. For the eighth year in a row, the festivities will be at the North Warehouse, 723 N. Tillamook Street in Portland. The outside area will be tented and food Urban German Grill will be available on both days

Brewers Happy Hour benefitting House That Beer Built

Wednesday, July 18 at 3PM - 6PM PDT

Where: The RAM Restaurant & Brewery - 9073 SE Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas

What: Drink free samples and chat about beer with brewers from the RAM during Brewers Happy Hour. $1 from each pint of Collective Karma Boysenberry Pale you purchase benefits House That Beer Built.

Dinner and Specialty Beer Pairing benefiting The House That Beer Built

Thursday, July 19 at 5 PM - 10 PM PDT

Where: Migration Brewing Company (Wilkes) - 18188 NE Wilkes Rd., Gresham, Oregon 97230

What: Migration Brewing and Crosby Hop Farms have teamed up with 7 other breweries to bring you a night of specialty beers, food, and good vibes all to raise money for Habitat For Humanity.

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McMenamins Pint Night

Thursday, July 19 at 5 PM

Where: McMenamins Kennedy School - 5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97211

What: $1 from each pint of Dragonfly Blackberry Kolsch you purchase benefits House That Beer Built, with beer tasting in the brewery.

McMenamins Pint Night

Thursday, July 26th beginning at 5pm

Where: Hillsdale Brewery & Public House - 1505 SW Sunset Blvd, Portland, OR 97239

What: $1 from selected pints you purchase benefits House That Beer Built.

31st Annual Oregon Brewers Festival

July 26th - July 28th 12pm to 9pm
& Sunday, July 29th 12pm to 7pm

Where: Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 300 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97204

What: This year’s Oregon Brewers Festival has pledged $10,000 to House That Beer Built. The festival provides an opportunity to sample dozens of craft beer styles from 80 craft brewers, plus two cider makers and two wineries. The event also offers live music, beer-related vendors, beer memorabilia displays, home brewing demonstrations and an assortment of food vendors. This is not a ticketed event, and there is no admission charge to enter the festival grounds. In order to consume alcohol, the one-time purchase of a 2018 souvenir plastic mug is required and costs $7. Beer, cider and wine is purchased with wooden tokens, which cost $1 apiece. It costs four tokens for a full mug of beer or cider or one token for a taste; it costs five tokens for a five ounce pour of wine; no tasters available for wine. The purchase of mugs and tokens is made on-site at the Mug/Tokens tent just inside the Oak Street entrance. This event is CASH ONLY.

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