Beering It Up in Ballard

Beering It Up in Ballard

The Seattle neighborhood with 11 breweries in a day's walk
A s is to be expected in this region, Seattle has approximately eight hundred million breweries, give or take a few, ranging from the old and well-established, such as Pike Brewing's pub in the middle of the famous Pike Place Market downtown, to the brand-spanking new, including the hip and industrial-looking Cloudburst Brewing a few blocks down from the Pike.

Sunriver Brewing Company: Local winners at the Great American Beer Festival

T he big headlines for Oregon beer, however, were made in Denver last weekend.

Silvermoon Reopens

A nyone who expects the end of "the season" in Central Oregon to trigger a slowdown in brew activities around the region obviously hasn't been living here long enough—or hasn't heard the news from both downtown Bend's Silver Moon and the rising beer star just a ways down Highway 97.

Beer and Hardware by the Beach

Cannon Beach Hardware is where craft meets craftsmen

Fresh Hop Mania

Breweries local and region-wide offer the goods
I n a way, it's a blessing that the Hood River Hops Fest wound up being delayed.

A Burst Bubble, or a "Correction?"

What two recent shutterings tell us about Oregon's brewery scene

Festivals Abound

Discover German styles and fresh hops this month
A fter surviving the summer heat, wildfire smoke and the Apoc-Eclipse (seems like so long ago now, doesn't it?), all of Bend deserves to relax with a beer.

Bend Beer's Virginian Outpost

Inside Deschutes' brand-new Roanoke taproom
Charles de Gaulle, war hero and president of France, once said, "how can you govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese?"

An Ode to the Tugboat

Portland's oddest brewery closes
I n a Pearl District back alley in Portland is a bar.

Three Creeks' Nasty Beer

How a Sunriver retiree made a fest-winning IPA
A ll of Central Oregon might be growing, but there's still something a little timeless about the outer reaches of Sisters—high trees, slower pace, large numbers of livestock about.

The Eclipse: Another Excuse for Good Beer

Brews to go with the week's once-in-a-lifetime theme—plus Redmond Brewfest!
Just in case this is the first piece of media readers of this column have seen all year, there's going to be a total eclipse north of Bend on Monday morning. It's a lifetime event, the first total one the US has seen since 1979, and—this being the United States, after all—companies nationwide are seeking to cash in on it.


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