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TGIF! Are you ready for the weekend? If you’re around Central Oregon there are a bunch of things going on with COBW kicking off for ten days—I’ll be rounding up the various events for each day so plan your schedule accordingly. There is also other Oregon beer news to cover …

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No sooner than I had received the email press release for Double Mountain Brewery‘s new IPA, Simcoe a GoGo, than I receive a bottle the same day (yesterday). The beer is a single hop IPA featuring Simcoe, and is 6.5% ABV with 55 IBUs. Here’s the blurb I ran in …

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Today is National Mimosa Day, but of course this being a beer post I’ll put a twist and suggest you celebrate with a beermosa instead! A light and easy-drinking ale or lager with orange juice would hit the spot nicely for brunch and to accompany your Oregon beer news for …

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Happy hump day! Have you raised a glass to American Craft Beer Week yet? Get on it! Here is the Oregon beer news for this Wednesday, May 15, which I’ll be updating throughout the day with news as I find it. McMenamins Kennedy School (Portland) is hosting the 4th annual …

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Bend Brewing Company recently announced the release of its Razztafari Sour Ale in 16-ounce cans, joining other pounder sours Ching Ching and Sippin’ On. Included in that announcement were details of the brewery’s upcoming second annual Sour Fest, taking place this Saturday, May 18. Razztafari, as the name mig

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Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Tuesday, May 14. American Craft Beer Week continues as well! I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. And if you have news to share please feel free to contact …

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Last year, Bend’s GoodLife Brewing teamed up with the band G. Love & Special Sauce to brew G. Love’s Special Sauce IPA, Danky Dankster. What could easily have been a one-off beer has turned into a returning specialty IPA series, with the collaboration happening again on a new rendition of …

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Today is the start of American Craft Beer Week, the nationwide celebration of craft brewers that runs through Sunday, May 19. Look for ACBW tie-ins at various locations throughout the week—if I find any I’ll note them in the news roundups, including today’s. I’ll be updating this news post through

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Spring is in the air, and Kobold Brewing of Redmond is celebrating with Fruhlingfest, a German springtime beer fest this Friday and Saturday. Details from the email newsletter: This weekend we’re going to throw a party at The Vault Taphouse. Spring is here and we are ready to go. Michael …

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No “real time” Oregon beer news for the end of the week, as I’m heading over to Public Coast Brewing for a media event today. However here are few highlighted events coming up for this (long) Mother’s Day weekend: Thursday: Tin Bucket in Portland kicks off its weekend-long 6th anniversary …

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Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Wednesday, May 8. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news, so check back often. And if you have news to share, please contact me and I can get that updated as well. Portland’s Tin Bucket …

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Deschutes Brewery announced the return of Humm Zinger last week, its kombucha radler brewed in collaboration with Humm Kombucha, and yesterday two cans arrived at the house. I expect this to be a repeat of last year, in which I wrote: Overall, Humm Zinger drinks much more like a traditional …

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Today is National Homebrew Day, which got its start in 1988 when Representative David Skaggs of Colorado declared before Congress that May 7 would be recognized as such. If you’re a homebrewer or know one, raise a glass of beer brewed at home to toast the day! I don’t know …

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Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Monday, May 6 to kick off a new week. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. And if you have news to share, please contact me and …

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Happy Friday! It’s a busy weekend with Star Wars Day (May the Fourth) on Saturday, Cinco de Mayo on Sunday, and a number of anniversaries to keep you occupied. Here’s the rundown of the news and events for this first weekend of May, which I’ll be updating throughout the day …

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Worthy Brewing recently sent me five beers in its new can lineup, featuring the first rollout in a rebranding effort to help unify its packaged products. These are a handsome set of cans and feature the new year-round lineup: Worthy IPA Strata IPA Lights Out Stout Sol Power Pilsner (new) Secret …

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Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Thursday, May 2. As usual, I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. If you have news or information to share, please feel free to contact me I can include …

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Happy May Day! Here’s the news in Oregon beer for you as you enjoy the first Wednesday of the new month and dance around the maypole. I’ll be away from the computer for much of the day collaborating on a fun project (details forthcoming), but if I get a chance …

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The latest limited-release cider from Corvallis’ 2 Towns Ciderhouse arrived yesterday: Camp Clementine. It’s billed as a “summer session cider” and made with California clementines and Maracuyá passionfruit (along with apples, of course). Always fun and interesting things coming out of 2 Towns, I

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How did it get to be the last day of April already? Are we ready for May? Regardless, here’s the Oregon beer news for this Tuesday, April 30; as usual, I’ll be updating this post with the latest news throughout the day. If you have any news or information to …

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Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend and are ready for the new week—and a new month in a couple of days. I’ve got the Monday news for you for this April 29, and as usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news …

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My last print article came out last Sunday, actually (and I just turned my next one in today), in which I wrote about Monkless Belgian Ales‘ Curtain Closer, its massive Belgian-style “quintuple ale” aged on raspberries and cocoa nibs. You can call it a quadrupel if you want; brewer Todd …

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Happy Arbor Day! While not directly related to beer, this tree-planting holiday is worth raising a beer to both for the environment and for the fact that the wood in barrels your favorite big beer was aged in comes from trees. (Yes, that was a bit of an obvious stretch!) …

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The end of the week is nigh, and I for one am looking forward to it! With the weekend in sight, here’s the Oregon beer news for Thursday, April 25. As usual, I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check …

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Happy hump day! We are working our way through the week and if you’re a Trail Blazers fan then you just saw an amazing game last night (and probably consumed a good amount of beer in the process). Cheers to Rip City! And here’s today’s Oregon beer news to catch …

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On Saturday, April 13 we attended Pelican Brewing‘s Beer + Cheese event that the brewery organized with Visit Tillamook Coast, which took place at the brewery’s Tillamook production facility. I was invited to attend with a complimentary press pass, and since I’d never been to that location, I love beer

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Here’s the Oregon beer news for this Tuesday, April 23, rounding up the news and events from around the state. As usual I’ll be periodically updating this post throughout the day, so check back often for the latest news. And if you have news or info to share, feel free …

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Portland’s Belmont Station, a long-time favorite beer bar and bottle shop for many, celebrates its 22nd (golden!) birthday this Monday the 22nd! The party is an all-day affair, and instead of just one special anniversary beer, this year there are four beers available that were brewed just for the Station. …

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Happy Earth Day! This is the day to raise a “green” beer and also raise awareness of environmental issues and support those breweries taking the lead on earth-friendly issues and brewing. The first event listed below is a good start, and I’ll be looking for Earth Day related news throughout …

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The latest cider to arrive at the house last week: Double Mountain Brewery‘s new Red Fleshed Rosé, a cider made from Red-Fleshed Mountain Rose and Pink Pearl apples that is 5.9% ABV. These varieties of apple are pink inside, rather than white, which gives them an interesting look. The brewery …

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