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The Great American Beer Festival wrapped up on Saturday, the highlight of the day being the annual awards ceremony for the competition. Everyone is of course posting the results, and a complete list of all of the winners is here. I live-tweeted the Oregon winning results during the livestream of …

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Happy Friday! This is weekend is not only the start of fall (the equinox is Saturday the 22nd) but it’s also the official start of Oktoberfest in Munich (also Saturday the 22nd) so there are quite a number of such celebrations going on across the state, this weekend and beyond. …

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This weekend the Bend Oktoberfest returns to downtown to bring a little bit of Bavaria to Central Oregon. The annual event is put on by the Downtown Bend Business Association as a fundraiser for the beautification of the downtown district, and part of downtown will be closed for the festivities. …

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The Great American Beer Festival officially starts today in Denver, and I know many Oregon brewers and industry folks are there (or on their way); even so, there’s still plenty of beer news to round up as we head for the weekend. I’ll be updating this news post throughout the …

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If you weren’t already aware, it’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day today, one of the internet’s favorite “holidays.” Perhaps seek out some pirate-themed beers for the day? Salem’s Santiam Brewing might be able to help you out. For all other generally non-pirate beer news today, re

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As I detailed in my print article that came out last week, Geist Beerworks is the newest brewery to open in Redmond, Oregon. Between my article and this one that appeared in July (not mine), there’s pretty good coverage of Geist’s details. Just in case, here are the highlights: Geist …

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Today is National Cheeseburger Day! Nothing goes with a good cheeseburger quite like a cold beer so you know what you have to do today. In the meantime, here is the Oregon beer news for this Tuesday, September 18. As usual, I’ll be periodically updating this post throughout the day, …

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Sufferfest Beer Company‘s mission/tagline is to offer up beer brewed by athletes, for athletes; or, as it says on the website, “Born out of the needs of athletes and adventurers, we make award-winning functional beer for those who go the extra mile.” I’d not heard of this brewing company before, &

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Happy Monday once again! We’re in the other half of September and autumn is a scant few days away. Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Monday, September 17, which I will be updating occasionally throughout the day. Check back in from time to time, and if you have …

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It’s the weekend, and there are a number of beer and festive things happening around Oregon—what are your plans? Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this mid-month weekend in September, rounding up the events and happenings from around the state. As usual I’ll continue to update this post with R

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My latest column for The Bulletin is out today: Retirement is fruitful for Redmond brewers. I didn’t write the headline, but it does get clever with what I wrote about Redmond’s newest brewery, Geist Beerworks. With a brewhouse volume of 4.5 barrels, the Waleses are content at that size and view …

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Today is National Celiac Awareness Day which Jay Brooks has also tagged as Gluten Free Beer Day; while I don’t know if I have any gluten-free-specific beer news for today, if you or someone you know suffers from Celiac disease, it’s a good time to explore gluten free beers or ciders. …

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Bend, Oregon’s Monkless Belgian Ales is gearing up to celebrate its second anniversary on September 28. Technically Monkless has been brewing beer for four years, but this anniversary observes the date at which the company began brewing at the current 10 barrel facility it occupies in northeast Bend. There is ̷

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Happy Wednesday! I hope your week is going well so far and you’ve been enjoying some fresh hop beers—I finally had my first two yesterday. There’s more fresh hop news below to take note; and of course I will be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news …

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Tuesday, September 11, rounding up the items for the day. I will continue to update this post with the latest news as I get the chance, though it may be sporadic; as always though, feel free to contact me with anything …

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Happy Monday! This will be a bit of an abbreviated Oregon beer news post today, as I’ll be doing some running around and may not have time at the keyboard. Even so, here’s the news for the day, highlighting some of this week’s events, and as always feel free to …

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Level Beer is one of the newer Oregon breweries to pop up in the last few years, founded in 2016 in northeast Portland. The folks behind the brewery describe themselves as, “We are an American Craft Brewery focusing on lighter alcohol beer styles with hoppy beers, barrel aged beers and …

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It’s the first Friday of September, Beer Blogging Friday, meaning it’s time for another round of The Session. This month’s topic is brought to us by Bill Vanderburgh of CraftBeerInSanDiego.com, and he is asking us to write about Beer and the Good Life: Beer ads famously sell us “the good lifeR

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Happy Friday! Today is National Beer Lover’s Day, though I don’t know what makes it any more of a beer lover’s day than any other—but I’ll still raise a beer in toast! What beer will you be loving today? Here’s the news in beer from around Oregon for the weekend …

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Who’s ready for some Oregon beer news? It’ll help Thursday go by faster as we head towards the end of the week! Here you are—and I’ll be periodically updating this post throughout the day, so check back in from time to time for the latest. Belmont Station is teaming up …

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Crux Fermentation Project always has an interesting, solid lineup of fresh hop beers for the season, thanks in no small part to the experience of founder and brewmaster Larry Sidor. In addition to a decades-long career in the brewing industry, Sidor spent nearly seven years with S.S. Steiner, a Yakima-based …

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A care package from Two Brothers Artisan Brewing out of Warrenville, Illinois arrived today, contained two bottles of Atom Smasher Oktoberfest and Sidekick Pale Ale. I don’t know much about the brewery at all so it’s always fun to sample new-to-me brews, and I’m always ready to drink Oktoberfest this &#

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Wednesday, September 5, compiling all of the goings-on for this Hump Day. As usual, I’ll be updating this post occasionally throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so keep checking back for updates. And if you have …

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Even though we’re entering fresh hop season with a slew of upcoming fresh hops festivals and events, this Saturday, September 8, Zoiglhaus Brewing in Portland is offering something different: its first ever Portland Lager Festival. While “lager” is a broad topic, stylistically speaking, it seems to me

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With Labor Day behind us and things generally quieting down for the summer, it’s time to get back in the saddle and start the daily news roundup once again. Without further ado, here’s the Oregon beer news for Tuesday, September 4; as usual I’ll be updating this periodically throughout the …

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Here is this year’s attempt to keep track of the various fresh hop beers coming from Central Oregon breweries, as well as a roundup of events. Right out of the gate there are already a ton of beers announced, and this list will grow as September progresses. (Last year’s watch …

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I haven’t really blogged at all yet about fresh hop season (except here)—one of my favorite times of the beer year—even though everybody seems to be pointing out that (some of) the crops are coming in early this year and there are already a few fresh hop beers in the …

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This week’s latest print article in the Bend Bulletin is (of course) on The Little Woody taking place this weekend: The Little Woody offers the best of the best brews. It’s a roundup for Bulletin readers of several of the local-to-Central-Oregon barrel brews to look for and sample. I highlighted seven …

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Here’s a summer cider concept for you: lemonade. After drinking through a couple of bottles of the latest limited-release cider from 2 Towns Ciderhouse, Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy, that’s my impression. 2 Towns had sent me these to sample, and overall it’s an interesting concept: Citrusy and refreshing, E

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The Little Woody Barrel-Aged Beer, Cider & Whiskey Festival begins in two days, and features 23 breweries and cideries pouring a variety of barrel-aged (and non-barrel-aged) beers and ciders. Of the wood-aged offerings it looks like a pretty strong list this year, and you can judge for yourself below. Within the 

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