Beer1410 SE Stark St., 233-2337, 11 am-11 pm daily.Meat, Cheese, Bread—Beer. So it goes. John Stewart’s succinctly named beer and wine bar next to his hallowed sandwich shop is at first glance a b
Friday, March 28IPA Summit[BEER] Still bitter after five years, Roscoe’s is serving up its annual IPA Summit all day Friday. The usual suspects will be pouring 16 different specialty IPAs, including Fort George Omegatex, which sounds more like an evil Transformer than a beer, and will have a similar effect on your liver. Roscoe’s, 8105 SE Stark St., 255-0049. 2 pm-close.Slingshot[COMEDY] ...
Ecliptic shoots for the moon, makes a pretty good sandwich.
Food Reviews & Stories
Portland brewery food tends to be solid,
but far from spectacular. That is to say, you’ll never find foodies and
wine lovers making reservations to get Breakside’s hummus, Lompoc’s
Six Spots Pouring Pfriem Belgian Strong Dark Right Now
Food & Drink
Today, Willamette Week released its annual Beer Guide. The 84-page glossy takes you to every brewery within an hour's drive of downtown Portland and has our picks for great beer bars and stores around town.The guide also features on our 10 favorite Oregon beers from the last year, including our 2014 Beer of the Year, Pfriem's Belgian Strong Dark.You can read about the beer here, or watch brewmaster ...
Friday, Jan. 24 Mike Birbiglia [COMEDY] Mike Birbiglia spins some of the best stories in the business, tales that transcend comedy to hit a place of cringingly awkward but lovely tenderness. Did you hear about the time he sleepwalked through a motel window in Walla Walla? Newmark Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway, 248-4335. 7:30 (sold out) and 9:45 pm. $39.Cascadia Composers [DARK CONTEMPORARY ...
Like Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas, the lights on Peacock Lane and phone-book-thick editions of The Oregonian,
spicy Christmas beers are something I love in December. Then they go
away and, for
American-made wheat beers tend to be dry,
hoppy and, far too often, bland. The New World cousins of traditional
German hefeweizens typically tone down the yeast’s tutti-frutti punch