Portland Receives Amazon Prime Now One-Hour Delivery.

Portland's job postings are identical to Seattle's prior to Amazon's Prime Now launch. (Seattle's service will deliver you booze.)


Update Wednesday, Aug. 26, 11 am: Amazon Prime Now started offering its service to Portland Aug. 26. There is no beer or wine delivery.Original Post, Aug. 25:Seattle just got itself some same-hour home booze delivery through Amazon, which is debuting its new Prime Now one-hour delivery service there. You can technically also get urgent things like books and phone chargers in the same time frame. Portland ...   More
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Drank: Sun Made Cucumber Berliner Weisse (Oakshire)

The only thing I like better than a traditional Berliner Weisse—a mildly sour German wheat beer named for the city where it was born—is a traditional Berliner Weisse with a little woodruff or rasp   More
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

Haute-N-Ready Special Bulletin: You Can Get Drunk at Burgerville Now

One beer or cider at a time on Hawthorne.


Food & Drink
Welcome to Haute-N-Ready, in which John Locanthi, Willamette Week’s trencherman of leisure, tastes the hastily made, modestly priced food of the common man.Vancouver’s own Burgerville has changed with its city as trends have come and gone. First, it was a fast-food place. Then it became a fast-casual burger joint. Its current iteration follows the PNW's farm-to-table fad with posters emphasizing ...   More
Friday, August 14, 2015 JOHN LOCANTHI

Kevin Brannon, Owner of Shuttered Beaverton Brewpub, on What Restaurateurs Need To Do To Make It In the 'Tron

Why can't Beaverton have nice things?


Food & Drink
Downtown Beaverton's only brewpub closed last week after less than a year in business.With the closure of Brannon's, the 'Tron's only brewery is now Uptown Market, which sits just a few feet inside the city limits and primarily serves Portland's deep westside neighborhoods.What went wrong?That's been the subject of some conjecture. Ezra Johnson-Greenough of The New School wrote a piece based on reports ...   More
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 by Martin Cizmar

This Week In Beer: BenFest, All Oregon Craft Beer Summit and Berliner Weiss Cocktails

Portland Beer Events for the Week of 7/30/15.


Food & Drink
Friday, July 31BenFestA bunch of Bens in Portland brew fine, fine beers—so many, there’s a five-year festival devoted to the beers Bens brew. Bens Edmunds, Kehs, Love, Flerchinger, Engler and Dobler—of Breakside, Deschutes, Gigantic, Lucky Lab, Occidental and Widmer—will showcase their Ben Beers. You can also take a Ben quiz at bit.ly/1C3YYJA to determine the most popular Ben. MATTHEW KORFHAGE. ...   More
Thursday, July 30, 2015 PARKER HALL

This Week In Beer: Oregon Brewers Festival, Bailey's Second Anniversary and Fire and Brimstone Fest!

Portland beer events for the week of July 23.


Food & Drink
Thursday, July 23Oregon Brewers FestivalThis is the big daddy of Oregon beer festivals—the biggest craft-beer fest in North America and the oldest of the big ones. Which is to say, it’s kind of a shitshow, with an estimated 80,000 people rolling through, a carnival of beer geeks and one-time lookie-loos and everyone in between. But it’ll also have a whopping 90 beers on tap from all over the ...   More
Thursday, July 23, 2015 PARKER HALL

First! The First Beers By Every Portland Brewery

In honor of the first festival of beers made only within Portland city limits, here are the first beers made by every brewery in the city:Hillsdale Brewery  (McMe   More
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 WW Culture Staff

This Week In Beer: Lagerfest, 1000 ¡Tepaches!, and Puckerfest Begins!

Portland Beer Events for the Week of 7/9/15


Food & Drink
Thursday, July 9Culmination/Yachats Surfing Saison ReleaseThe Southern Oregon coast meets the Willamette Valley in a special collaboration release this Thursday night. Yachats’ Yachats Brewing and Portland’s Culmination come together tap their co-created and dry hopped Surfing Saison for the first time, and will have brewmasters on hand to discuss the fruits of their collaborative labor. PARKER ...   More
Thursday, July 9, 2015 PARKER HALL

Totally Rad

How do Oregon radlers and bottled shandies match up with their old-world competitors?

Summer Guide
 Is there any summer beer better than the Stiegl Radler? One sunny day last week, we tried to find one by holding a blind tasting of a dozen different radlers and shandies—all fruited beers,    More
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

Brews Made for Walking

Six urban hikes and where to get beer, post-trail.

Summer Guide
The Gorge gets all the glory. Mount Hood steals all the cover shots. It’s normal to covet what’s far away, so when summer hits, you hit the highway. But there are plenty of surprisingly beautiful    More
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 ANDI PREWITT


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