Along with the beer, wine, music and other fun activities at BrewCamp, there are plenty of terrific eats from local vendors to satisfy the heartiest appetites. So come hungry as well as thirsty! Check out BrewCamp’s marketplace and enjoy artisan vendors that feature some truly unique items for sale.
Dragon Wagon – Serving authentic Thai Street Food, offering Pad Thai and drunken noodles, fried rice, egg rolls, spring rolls and more.
Adam’s Rib Smokehouse – Authentic American BBQ, known for our outstanding slow-smoked barbecue meats and home made side dishes, including pork spare ribs, tri-tip and pulled pork sandwiches, smoke house nachos, siders, coleslaw, and hush puppies.
Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt – Cold hands with warm hearts, and the best comfort food around. Sub Zero will be there for you with all of your favorite flavors and mix-ins.
Killa Dilla – Slightly cheesy. Always saucy. A cross between a quesadilla and a gyro, Killa Dillas are low-waste, delicious, walkable, light but filling, use family-caught fish or other proteins, and are created with authenticity. There’s nothing quite like it.
Baked and Loaded – Bringing people together, one potato at a time. Choose your favorite toppings to take your potato to the next grade.
Kona Ice – We are a tropical shaved ice truck that brings the fun wherever we go!
Sweets – Enjoy some freshly popped kettle corn or assorted roasted nuts.
Stay tuned for more food vendor listings coming soon!
Festival Merchandise – Make sure you stock up on all your BrewCamp festival merchandise! This booth can be found in the Axis Garden and during the nightly concerts at the Meadow Stage.
May Photography – Original photography with images lasered on aluminum surfaces both white and brushed metal base and printed on a variety of formats such as archival paper, prints, matted and unmatted. All images are limited edition.
Fishing Buddies Farm – Handmade beer soap from home-brewed and local beer, and beer and wine bath bombs.
Conundrum Trail Mix – Small batch trail mix and granola meticulously crafted in Portland, Oregon. Great for on the go, out on the trail, or as a light accompaniment to a refreshing beverage.
Loving Tree Henna – As a beautiful, wearable work of art, henna is an exquisite form of creative expression and one of the most ancient, all-natural forms of body adornment. The possibilities are endless, and the stain is temporary.
Lobos Del Mar – Hand made, hand loomed men’s, women’s and kids clothing that we design alongside indigenous families out of Oaxaca and Chiapas Mexico as well as Ecuador and Peru. Our line is made from natural fibers of the highest quality. Each piece is made with pride, honor and tradition.
Jewelry By Terri – Unique, affordable jewelry in rings, earrings, necklaces and more.
Trades of Hope – We offer jewelry, bags, scarves, and home decor items that are fair trade and made from sustainable resources and recycled materials. We are currently partnered with women in 18 different countries.
Glass Sculptures – Stop by to purchase handcrafted glass sculptures and watch ongoing glass demos all weekend.