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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Timbers Army's Beer Buses?

This intrigues me a great deal:
The Timbers Army has filled its section in the Northeast corner of Qwest Field, and the flags haven't stopped waving since the raucous group hopped off its 10 buses (each nicknamed after different Oregon breweries for the journey) and noisily made its way into the stadium.
The Army went north to do battle against evil Sounders (and their apparently wildly insecure fans) last night, lifting them to a 1-1 tie. But I'm interested in those buse--anyone know the breweries they were named for?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

every bus has a keg of beer from a different brewery, except one which is for families.

Anonymous said...

BridgePort, Full Sail, Hopworks, Lompoc, Ninkasi, Rogue and Widmer.

Jeff Alworth said...

That's seven--were there actually ten, or was that a mistake?

rhino said...

there was a local seattle pick up bus, the family friendly bus, cascade lakes and the breweries mentioned below.

Anonymous said...

That was a great article on the clash of the fans tho! Loved it!!!

ambrown said...

Being able to drink local beer on a bus headed towards an away stadium to support my boys epitomizes why Portland is a great place to live.

Anonymous said...

Call me a narrow-minded homer, but I couldn't get past the "Mac and Jack's is way better than, say, Deschutes" quote... funny stuff

Soggy Coaster said...

I know Block 15 is organizing a bus up to the D.C. United-Timbers game. It was $60 a ticket, and it's now sold out.

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