2. Swill (10 Barrel)
Call it brewmaster Tonya Cornett’s Berliner Period.
Picasso went through a stage in which he
used warm, rosy colors. Cornett, the head of experimental brewing at
1004 N Killingsworth St., 206-4252, saraveza.com. 11 am-midnight daily.
North Portland’s favorite spot to watch a Green Bay
Packers game, Saraveza is a supremely warm
2020 Aloclek Drive, Suite 107, Hillsboro, 971-222-3434, brewbrothers.biz.
Brew Brothers claims to have the widest selection of
brewing equipment in Oregon, and we buy their claim. Sh
Carrie Nation was a wretched old hag. With
a hatchet in one hand and a Bible in the other, she chopped up bars in
the name of temperance.
The Prohibition era that followed set back American
33930 SE Eastgate Circle, Corvallis, 541-207-3915, 2townsciderhouse.com. Noon-6 Tuesday-Wednesday, noon-8 Thursday-Saturday, noon-5 Sunday.
Three friends from two towns launched this cider h
Festival of Dark Arts
Tattooing, fire dancing, tarot, cigars and stouts in Astoria. fortgeorgebrewery.com
Most Oregon breweries open their doors to the public. oreg
Navigating the annual Fertile Ground festival can feel
like cultivating a phenomenally overgrown garden. There are a few things
you want (kale, raspberries, butterflies), but also many you don’t
Last week, Oregon Health & Sciences University President Dr. Joe Robertson and Dr. Brian Druker, director of OHSU's Knight Cancer Institute, came to WW to explain why the legislature should give OHSU $200 million. That money would serve as part of the $500 million match the university needs to raise in the next two years in order to meet a $500 million pledge that Nike fou...
OHSU’s president and its leading cancer researcher explain why they want $200 million from taxpayers.
On Sept. 20, 2013, Nike Chairman Phil Knight and his wife,
Penny, offered Oregon Health & Science University the biggest
philanthropic gift in the state’s history—$500 million to the Knigh