Entering month four, how are Portland & greater Oregon handling the current situation and what can we do to combat the stasis of the moment.
So here we are. It’s been three weeks since Oregon shut down it’s places of public gathering, including bars, restaurants, and brewpubs – all very much the lifeblood of Portland’s … Continue Reading 21 Days Later: Best Practices and Updating PDX’s Open Breweries & Taprooms
If you haven’t heard, there’s been a lot of beer and cider news that’s broken over the past few weeks in Portland. In fact, the speed at which beer and … Continue Reading Weathering the Storm: Surviving in Today’s Craft Beer Industry
If you’re reading this, you might be asking yourself a few questions “WTF?! If I wanted to read about Cider I’d be on craftciderscribe.com. Where’s the Beer?” “It’s Oregon Cider … Continue Reading A Complete Guide to Oregon Cider Week
When I started out as a writer, freelancing at City Pages in Minneapolis, I was knee-deep in the indie rock music scene. For a whole year I was paid to … Continue Reading The St. John’s Winter Beer Fest & Record Show Starts Today!
We’ve all been there… Those late, last-call nights, where the words blur together, yet the funniest and most memorable conversations are often conjured after a few too many. Such is … Continue Reading Drunk Herstory: A Night of Tipsy Storytelling
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
Tomorrow, at the Left Bank Annex in Portland, Oregon, the 5th Annual Cider Rite of Spring will feature three dozen Northwest cideries serving over 100 different ciders. While tickets are … Continue Reading Try 100+ NW Ciders at Cider Rite of Spring