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Modern Times Reaches Oregon

Modern Times Reaches Oregon

Inside Portland's new Belmont Fermentorium
It was with some chagrin across Oregon that The Commons Brewery, the southeast-Portland outfit that specialized in delicate, Belgian-influenced ales, closed to the public after a seven-year run.

10 Barrel's SoCal Outpost

Overcoming the backlash in San Diego
When 10 Barrel opened up in the Maker's Quarter District of San Diego, the reception from the other 150-odd breweries that call the city home was not exactly welcoming.

Hazy in L.A.

A trendy style for a trendy beer city
All across the Northwest, breweries are falling over themselves to produce hazy, opaque-looking, juice-like ales, commonly called New England IPAs.

Happy Hour Guide Winter 2018

The search for the best Manhattan
Beer. Wine.

Enjoying the GoodLife in '18

More bottles and special releases are on their way
GoodLife Brewing, opened to the public in 2011, is now old enough to qualify as a veteran of Bend's beer community.

A Trip to Russian River

Why the brewery behind Pliny still rules them all
When Russian River Brewing began operations in 1997, its homeland of Sonoma County was best known as one of California's largest producers of wine grapes.

Out in the Mountains

Beer's footprint in far-out Eastern Oregon
There's not much to the town of Mitchell, Ore., nestled in the Ochoco Mountains about an hour east of Prineville.

Tune In to CBS

Founders' massive maple stout hits home
It's not often that one of the most sought-after beers in the eastern United States gets an official release in Bend, a place all about keeping it local with food and drink.

The Beer in Review

New styles, new breweries, new competition
Remember when living in a city with lots of craft beer was considered unique?

The Beer Giants of Ashland

Two old standbys near the Cascade foothills
To visitors, the town of Ashland, Ore., about 15 miles north of the California border along Interstate 5, is known for majestic mountains, quaint old architecture and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

A Blast from the Prairie

Why beer from Oklahoma is worth caring about
When fans of good craft beer think about great places for the beverage of their choice, a few international hotspots come to mind.

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