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Bend’s RiverBend Brewing announced today that the five-year-old brewery would close the pub and restaurant portion of its business. I got the word today from Chasen Schultz, the head brewer: It comes as sad news that, as of 11/19/2018, our original brew pub will be closing its doors because of health …

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We’re kicking off the week before Thanksgiving today with the federally-observed Veterans Day (with the holiday proper taking place yesterday) and if you’re a veteran, thank you for your service! Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Monday, November 12; as usual I’ll be updating this post throughout

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This month’s late(r) edition of The Session is hosted by Jay Brooks, who has been helping to organize the monthly blogging project since the beginning, and he is asking us to consider The Future of Beer Blogging. And also, that this is apparently the second-to-last Session: My topic is fairly …

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Happy Friday! We’re rushing headlong into the second weekend of November with a number of new beer releases, pairing events, a beer festival, and more, so you won’t be lacking for things to do. Here’s the weekend roundup for this November 9th through 11th; I’ll be updating this post throughout th

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Today I’ve got a couple of homebrew-themed videos to share. One is a recipe for juicy NE-style IPA, another is a brew-off comparison. Juicy NEIPA – Homebrew Beer Recipe – Aug. 1, 2018 – 10:23 The New England IPA has become a really popular beer recently, so we decided to brew …

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Good Thursday to you! Here’s the news and events in beer from around the state for this November 8—incidentally, only two weeks away from Thanksgiving! As usual I will be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I get it, so check back often. And please …

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Wednesday, November 7—does anyone have a post-Election Day hangover? (Not necessarily alcohol related!) As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day so keep checking back. And if you have news to share, please contact me so I can get …

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The first thing you need to do today is vote. If you haven’t already, go vote now. This post will still be here when you get back. If you already voted (I did, over a week ago), then you deserve a beer. Fortunately there are some opportunities to drink beer …

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Happy Monday! Welcome to this first Monday of November, the 5th, I hope you had a great weekend! Let’s get back into the swing of things and kick off a new week with the news in beer from around Oregon. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day …

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We’ve been visiting Medford, Oregon for years, variously exploring the Southern Oregon brewery and winery scene, and this past July finally visited the city’s original brewery, Walkabout Brewing Company. Established in 1997 by Australian native Ross Litton, the brewery spent 14 years in Litton’s garag

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Each autumn Three Creeks Brewing in Sisters hosts its Fall Brewer’s Dinner, a four-course beer pairing event featuring a seasonally-themed menu. This year’s dinner returns this Thursday, November 1, starting at 6pm. The menu is as follows: Appetizer Mushroom and bacon ravioli Alfredo Beer pairing: McKay’

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I have an abbreviated week for being online, so I won’t be able to reliably have daily news posts up, so here is the summary of news and events for this final Halloween week of October all in one. I will work on keeping this post updated with the latest …

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Michigan’s New Holland Brewing is re-branding its flagship beer, the barrel-aged imperial stout Dragon’s Milk, and as part of the rollout (which includes a new website) the brewery launched the “Share a Legend” story contest which encourages people to submit a personal story about the beer for a c

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We are going into the final weekend of October which means you should be thinking of Halloween and pumpkin beers! That sounds like a pretty good weekend to me, but here’s the rundown of beer news and events for this October 26-28. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout …

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This was a fun one to watch, even though I found a couple of inaccuracies early on to be slightly distracting: Understanding Beer (Featuring The Beerists) – Dec. 16, 2016 – 23:56 John Rubio and Grant Davis of The Beerists podcast saw some episodes of The Modern Rogue and were appalled …

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Here is the Oregon beer news for this Thursday, October 25, rounding up the happenings and news from around the state. As usual, I’ll be periodically updating this post throughout the day, so check back in from time to time. And of course feel free to contact me anytime with …

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Happy Hump Day! We’re exactly one week away from Halloween so I hope you’re planning your beer and events accordingly. I’m not tracking Halloween-specific events unless they are directly beer related, but they are not hard to find either. In the meantime, here is the news for this Wednesday, October 

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The “whale” in the title isn’t really but for this Tuesday Tastings there is an interesting lineup of reviews. And depending on your take on hazy “milkshake” IPAs and blended fruit sours, maybe there’s something “whalez” like for you after all… Claim 52 Purple Panda M

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Tuesday, October 23; as usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news so check back often. If you have news to share, please feel free to contact me and I can get that updated as well. …

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Happy Monday! Here’s the Oregon beer news to kick off the start of a new week for this October 22 with a roundup of news and events taking place. As usual I will periodically update this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check …

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While tippling a bottle of Deschutes Brewery‘s Hopzeit Autumn IPA the other night (one that the brewery sent me), I was reflecting on the fact that I ran across two other fall seasonals also essentially labeling themselves “hoppy Märzens” recently. (Here’s a bit of background from Hopzeit’s

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Did you know that Deschutes Brewery bottled a Baltic Porter? Neither did I, but I just received a bottle of it in the brewery’s “Just Tapped” series along with two bottles of this year’s Jubelale. This year’s Jubelale label does not feature a local artist, but is an amalgam of …

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Happy Friday! Are you ready for the weekend? Here’s the news and events in beer from around the state for this weekend of October 19-21; as usual I’ll be periodically updating this post throughout the day (Friday) so make sure to check back in occasionally for the latest news. And …

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The Elysian Brewing Great Pumpkin Roadshow came to Bend on its annual trek tonight, on its third of seven stops, taking over the Platypus Pub with eight pumpkin beers on tap and—as always—the pumpkin firkin. I stopped in to check out the fun and try some of the new beers …

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The Beer Diaries is an online show about craft beer (of course) that’s built up a nice library of episodes, though there hasn’t been a new one posted in two years. They visit and profile breweries, many in Texas and Colorado, so I picked the visit to Great Divide Brewing …

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Thursday, October 18. As usual I will be periodically updating this post throughout the day, so check back for the latest news from time to time. And if you have any news or information you’d like to share, please contact me …

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On this day in 1814, a giant vat of porter at the Horse Show Brewery in London burst, resulting in the London Beer Flood that killed eight people and destroyed several buildings. How’s your Wednesday going? Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this October 17; check back in from …

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October 16 is National Liqueur Day, celebrating the flavored, sweetened spiritous liquids variously known as liqueur, cordials, or schnapps. While liqueurs don’t tie directly to beer, I know I’ve had beers of such strength and sweetness that I’d certainly consider them types of cordials—and maybe

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Eugene is one of Oregon’s major beer cities, with something like 16 active brewing operations, and this Thursday the city welcomes its newest, Freehand Brewing, at a debut release party event hosted at The Bier Stein. Freehand looks to be a seasonal brewery, and is small; I don’t know the …

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Here’s the Oregon beer news for a new week, at the October halfway mark for this Monday the 15th. As usual I will periodically update this post throughout the day, so check back in for the latest news. If you have any news to share, feel free to contact me …

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