Why is it called a Bock and what’s with the Goats? The birth of Bock and Doppelbock in Munich.
A visit to Alesong in Eugene provides an example of how to reopen safely during Phase 1 in Oregon.
July is out and February is in as Oregon Craft Beer Month, filled with events, tastings, and more, begins today.
So… I’ve never been to Iceland. I’ve barely even been to Europe, for that matter, though after one trip to the newest KEX Hotel location, which opened just over a … Continue Reading KEX Portland: Social Hotel Offers Warm Vibe & Creative Brews
Portland Brewing and Terry Currier team up for In The Groove Black Vinyl Lager.
When it comes to quenching oppressive thirsts, Rice trumps Corn.
When news from Russell Street hit that Widmer Brother’s Pub was closing, it was a startling revelation for most in the local beer community. Yet within a month, they’ve already … Continue Reading The Widmer Pub Begins a New Life
When I learned of Culmination Brewing and Doug Fir Lounge’s collaboration, the Green Room Black Lime Kölsch, I was immediately intrigued. Fusing this classic German Ale from Cologne with the exotic … Continue Reading Culmination & Doug Fir’s Green Room Kölsch
This Saturday, from 1 to 8pm, Upright Brewing will be releasing two very special offerings. Each is a unique collaboration with Oregon vineyards, both showcasing the complexity that comes when … Continue Reading Upright Brewing Bottle Release Saturday
As a writer, sometimes the toughest task is to conjure a title. Though attempting to summarize a community as diverse and multifaceted as Oregon City’s brewing landscape turned out to … Continue Reading Tapping Into Oregon City’s Craft Beer & Cider Culture
It’s been intriguing to watch the revamping of Widmer Brothers brand lineup and their operations in general over the past few years. Of particular note, the prioritization of the Innovation … Continue Reading Widmer’s Hefe X Released as Part of Portland Pub Series