Laurelwood Brewing, the brewery auction has been announced

Announcement for a brewery auction.
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The news came down late last summer: Laurelwood Brewing was closing its brewing operations and switching to a contract model. (Read more about that development here.) Laurelwood continues to make beer through its contract partners and distributes its beers throughout Oregon and SW Washington. All that being said, and thankfully the beers are still available, but the brewing equipment is going up for auction in June, handled by James G. Murphy Co.

Start Date: 10:00 AM | Thursday – June 13
End Date: 10:00 AM | Thursday – June 20
Preview 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM | Wednesday, June 19
LOCATION: 5115 NE SANDY BLVD, PORTLAND, OR 97213
CLOSING PORTLAND LOCATION

You can see the complete list of auction items here, including greater detail about all of the items. Below, I provide a brief list of some of the items. There are many things on the auction website that I do not mention below. I provide the following as examples.

  • Vehicles. A Freightliner Sprinter van. An Isuzu box truck.
  • A brewhouse from DME (approx. 18-barrel). Three-vessel. 15-bbl mash tun with agitator. 20-bbl kettle. 20-bbl whirlpool. Mueller heat exchanger. Two transfer pumps. Hop back. Catwalk. Controls, hoses, and accessories.
  • Fermentation tanks. Various sizes, from 15-bbl to 45-bbl. Various manufacturers: Bavarian, Agile, DME, Metalcraft.
  • Brite Tanks: Various sizes, from 16-bbl to 50-bbl.
  • Portable Filter Press: Della Toffola A4.
  • Multiple Flojet beer pumps (32).
  • Nissan 3-wheel forklift.
  • Three-head keg washer.
  • Grain mill. RAD 300, 3 horsepower.
  • Hundreds of kegs. Various sizes.

Visit the auction website here for complete details.


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