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It's all about the beer.

Here’s a blast from the past from OPB (Oregon Public Broadcasting), a 12 year old episode of “Oregon Experience“: How Oregon Beer Became A Thing – Feb. 13, 2019 (originally 2007) – 29:00 Here’s one from our archives. Today Oregon is one of the world’s great places for beer, but &

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Bend’s Worthy Brewing is the latest brewery to announce a rebrand, with new cans as well as other company-wide marketing refreshes. The brewery sent out the press release this afternoon with the announcement. It’s a long one, and afterward I have some comments. Highlights: New cans have a refreshed and …

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Just a heads up for anyone looking for the usual Oregon Beer News, I’m taking the next couple weeks “off” from the daily posts. There will still be other posts here of course, but think of it as a bit of “spring break” for beer news, so to speak! Seriously …

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This Friday the 15th marks the Ides of March as well as the start of St. Patrick’s Day weekend which is sure to be full of beer and merriment. Much of this news post will be a roundup of the St. Paddy’s events for the weekend, but I’ll do my …

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Today, 3.14, is Pi Day, celebrating the mathematical constant π (often with pie)! (Not to be confused with National Pie Day on January 23, which is Charlie Papazian’s birthday.) That means of course you need some pie to go with your beer news today; I’ll wait, but throughout the day …

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Happy hump day! We’re halfway through the week and the beer keeps flowing, so here’s the roundup of today’s Oregon beer news and events. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day so check back in occasionally for the latest news. Caves Bier & Kitchen (Corvallis): For its …

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St. Patrick’s Day falls on Sunday this year, so naturally two of the biggest celebrants of the Irish holiday, McMenamins and Kells (the Pub and the Brewery), are hosting three day celebrations starting on Friday. McMenamins of course is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at all locations this Sunday, but at …

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Here’s the news in Oregon beer for this Tuesday, March 12. As usual I’ll be updating this throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. And feel free to contact me if you have any news to share too. Belmont Station is hosting …

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Corvallis’ 2 Towns Ciderhouse is releasing Easy Squeezy year round, a raspberry lemonade inspired cider that appeared last year as a summer seasonal under the name Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy. As part of that rollout, the cidery sent me two bottles to sample. Interestingly, last year’s version was soured with &#

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Welcome to the start of a new week! I hope you had a great weekend and are ready to tackle this Monday. Here’s the Oregon beer news for this March 11, which I’ll be updating throughout the day—so check back in for the latest. Beachcrest Brewing (Gleneden Beach) introduced its …

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There is particular weight attached to the term “old school” as a descriptor, often used in an approving way to refer positively to how things used to be, though in beer I’ve just as often seen or heard it used in more of a disparaging way, when it comes to …

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Happy Friday! This is an abbreviated weekend beer news post as I’m not necessarily near the computer today, but here’s the general roundup of happenings for this weekend of the 8th. It’s also International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day today, part of International Women’s Day, so I’d

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Here’s the Oregon beer news for Thursday, March 7. 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 I get get that updated as well. Rock …

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Here is the news in Oregon beer for this Wednesday, March 6, rounding up items and events from around the state. I’ll be updating this post throughout the day so check back occasionally, and if you have any news to share as well, please let me know. Little Beast Brewing …

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Sunriver Brewing dropped the news at the end of last week of its upcoming series of beers packaged in 16-ounce cans. The cans will be available in time for the opening of its Oakway Pub in Eugene in early April. Here’s the press release accompanying the announcement: Sunriver Brewing Co. …

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Laissez les bon temps rouler! Today is Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, so get out your beads and pick a festive beer or two for the day! Here’s the Oregon beer news to accompany the fun. As usual I’ll be updating this throughout the day, so check back from time to …

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Welcome to the start of a new snowy week! Here’s the beer news from around Oregon for this first Monday of March, which I’ll be updating throughout the day. If you have news to share, please feel free to contact me anytime. McMenamins has several locations hosting Friends & Family …

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My latest article for the Bend Bulletin ran on Sunday (yesterday), wherein I wrote about one of my favorite styles: Barley wine is right for winter time. At the time I was writing it and turning it in, we hadn’t yet gotten the snow so I didn’t know just how …

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A bottle from Double Mountain Brewery arrived this week, containing its seasonal Juicy, Clearly Not Hazy IPA, a 5.9% ABV and 25 IBU ale. Here’s the blurb from the press release: Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom is releasing the newest addition to our seasonal lineup. This is a Juicy IPA, …

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TGIF and happy first day of March! I don’t know about you but I am ready for this week to be over, and could go for a barleywine or two… At any rate, here is the news for this first weekend of March, and I’ll be updating this post throughout …

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Here is the Oregon beer news for this final day of February (already!). Take a break from digging out the snow to check out what’s going on in the statewide beer scene. I’ll be updating this post throughout the day as well, so check back often to keep up to …

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More snow today, on this penultimate day of February, and the beer news goes on. Stay warm! Here’s the news for this Wednesday the 27th; as usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day so check back in from time to time. Cascade Brewing (Portland) kicks off its 8th …

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I hope everyone is surviving Snowmaggedon and managed to dig out from the snow yesterday. More is supposed to be coming today so be prepared. In the meantime, here’s the Oregon beer news for this Tuesday, February 26; as usual I’ll be updating throughout the day with news as I …

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When Rogue Ales sent me its two latest canned IPAs, Outta Line West Coast IPA and Batsquatch Hazy IPA, I had to comment on the label designs. Apparently that’s a thing of late. The Batsquatch design in particular just kind of lost me, partly because it’s cartoony/goofy and partly because …

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Happy Monday! It’s a snow day today across the state—yes, even here in Central Oregon—and a number of pubs and breweries are closing their doors today along with schools and other non-essential services—so any events listed here may get cancelled, check with the location first. If you don’t

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One positive thing I noticed about the new Deschutes Brewery rebrand I wrote about the other day is that the brewery has changed its date stamp: The date is now “packaged on” instead of the former “best by” date! This is a huge step and one I applaud, regardless of …

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Here’s the news and events roundup for Oregon beer for this final weekend of February. As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day on Friday, so check back often. And if you have news to share, please contact me so I can get it added. Friday, Feb. 22 …

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Last week Deschutes Brewery issued a press release revealing an overall brand refresh on its packaging (“Deschutes Brewery Doubles Down on its Brand”), starting with the new Red Chair NWPA design already on the shelves. Unsurprisingly, I have thoughts about this, as beer branding is a topic that generates dis

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Happy Thursday! The end of the week is in sight and that calls for a beer. Or beer news! Here’s the Oregon beer news for this February 21; as usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. …

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Happy Hump Day! Here is the news and events roundup in Oregon beer for this Wednesday, February 20 (also, randomly, National Cherry Pie Day). As usual I’ll be updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back occasionally for updates. Saraveza (Portland) …

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