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It's all about the beer.

For the last several years Elysian Brewing has been following up their Great Pumpkin Beer Fest with a smaller-scale, traveling version: their Pumpkin Roadshow which is landing in Eugene tomorrow and running t

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McMenamins fall/Halloween seasonal beer, Black Widow Porter, is released tomorrow (the 15th), and the company sent me out a bottle that arrived today:

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I’m only about a week behind on writing about last weekend’s Great Pumpkin Beer Fest at Elysian Brewing in Seattle (at their Georgetown brewery, really), but I have to say it was again an epic beer festival and reaffirms my

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I wish I could say it was because I was at Elysian Brewing’s Great Pumpkin Beer Festival t

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Elysian Brewing’s 10th annual Great Pumpkin Beer Fest kicks off today in Seattle, and I’m on my way. There will be more to write about later, and pictures, but in the meantime keep an eye on the social feeds for all the pumpkiny goodnees:

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I attended and thoroughly enjoyed this year’s Sisters Fresh Hop Festival this past Saturday, and while I don’t have a review with pictures per se (as the setting, layout, attendance, and so on was basically the same as in past years, and you can r

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I recently got onto the Coors mailing list (technically MillerCoors), and today received a package from the AC Golden Brewing Company which is a subsidiary venture in the vein of Blue Moon. That package contained AC Golden’s Colorado Native India Pale Lager.

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I have to say I definitely enjoyed Portland Brewing’s fall seasonal, Noble Scot

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Update 9/25: The online list has been updated, specifying some unknowns and revealing some last-minute changes. I have updated the list below and the hop counts accordingly. As if you weren’t getting enoug

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After mowing the lawn tonight I opened up that growler of

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Jon and I woke up refreshed and renewed for Day 2 of the conference and were excited about our breakout sessions. He went to the

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We’re still recovering from our whirlwind trip to the Beer Bloggers Conference, but here’s a few notes and my takeaway on the fifth annual conference that took place in San Diego this past weekend. We left early Wednesday morning to drop the kid

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With the Little Woody kicking off in two days, it’s time to look over this year’s offerings. When it was first created (back in 2009), it was exclusive to only Central Oregon breweries, but since then it has added other guest breweries from outside of the region.

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One of my favorite beer events for Bend kicks off this Friday—The Little Woody Bar

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The fifth annual Beer Bloggers Conference is wrapping up. We had a great time and will be writing up more in depth posts hopefully very shortly. Be on the lookout. In the meantime, read Jon’s daily wrap ups and check out @Brewsite on twitter & instagram for what we’ve posted so far.

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The second day of the Beer Bloggers Conference was a full one with a ton of great information—too much to fit into a single blog post, but I wanted to post a few salient notes.

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The signature event at the Beer Bloggers Conference; here’s their own description: It is a fast-paced, fun event that is sort of like speed dating with brewers. You will sit at a table with other conference participants as a brewery represe

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Here is a collection of photos we took from day one of the Beer Bloggers Conference down here in San Diego. Enjoy! Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter, Instagram

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Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Untappd!

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The 2014 Beer Bloggers Conference starts tomorrow (Friday), but we arrived in San Diego today—via car, after a good long day of driving. After checking in to the hotel, we headed over to the Blind Lady Ale House

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When I had received the three

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This weekend is a good one for Bend brewery anniversaries, as three of our locals are celebrating a collective 31 years in business.

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We spent the past weekend in Walla Walla, Washington, hitting up wineries and partaking in a bit of the Celebrate Walla Walla Wine event they have every year (this year’s theme was Syrah). Though Walla Walla for about three decades now has been known for its wi

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I’ve said it before, this time of year is beer festival season in Oregon, and this weekend is one of the big ones: the 

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The first-ever Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is coming up next weekend, on Saturday,

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The latest seasonal offering from Portland Brewing came for me today from the brewery: Oregon Honey Beer.

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The first Friday of the month means it’s time again for beer bloggers to participate in The Session, a

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I haven’t done many beer reviews of late, partially because of the book and partially because I’ve simply fallen behind and haven’t written as many straight-up reviews as I used to. So, I’m killing four birds with one stone here, offering up my notes on the beers that come in the

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This Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, the Portland Fruit Beer Festival is again taking

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This past Saturday for their official opening, we headed over to Redmond, Oregon’s new Wild Ride Brewing Company to check out the scene and try some beers. They had nine of their first ten beers on tap, and a handsome brewery and tasting room that looks really good. No kit

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