Drinking all 54 original beers made in Oregon’s capital city.
Salem, Ore., is known by many names: the Cherry City,
Exits 260A and B, the Beaverton of the Mid-Valley. It’s often forgotten
that this patch of flat, grassy land along Mill Creek, originally
The Pearl District’s newest brewpub, Fat Head’s (131 NW 13th Ave., 820-7721, fatheadsportland.com),
really channels the spirit of suburban Cleveland. That’s not a knock.
There’s a lot to l
1406 NW 53rd Ave., 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com.
Reuben’s tasting room is an industrial block filled with
families, tours and the Ballard neighborhood’s larger social groups
77 NE 4th St., Gresham, 669-0569, 4thstreetbrewing.com. 4 pm-1 am Monday-Friday. Noon-1 am Saturday-Sunday.
Among the offerings at Gresham’s 4th Street Brewing you’ll
Astoria: In 1985, Chunk and Mikey stole our heart. In 2006, Fort George Brewery (1483 Duane St., Astoria, fortgeorgebrewery.com) came
for a piece of our liver. Fort George’s Vortex IPA
John Lovegrove hits 50 local breweries in a single day.
It was a terrible time for a malfunctioning alarm clock.
Don’t worry, John Lovegrove wasn’t late for work or a flight—he was
behind schedule on a trip to the bar, missing his 7 am deadline f
Food Reviews & Stories
Through the north doors of the cavernous brewery/warehouse/meeting room that is the Green Dragon, you will find a patio. There you will find a Quonset hut. And in front of this Quonset hut, you will f