There’s a new Tualatin Valley Ale Trail, complete with a passport guiding you to 22 area breweries and tap houses.
The Mount Hood National Forest is ending its burn ban on Sept. 23 thanks to more rain and cooler fall temperatures.
The 13th annual event is returning to its uncurated roots, and participants will release material on their own platforms.
The company came in at No. 7 this year in the U.S. Beer Championship’s annual top 10 ranking.
Guests can order flights, full-glass pours and bottles once the operation opens Sept. 24.
Anyone who shows proof of being fully vaccinated gets 10% off of their entire order.
The forecast has not yet prompted U.S. Forest Service rangers in Oregon to follow suit.
“Slabtown is one of the top neighborhoods for restaurants in Portland right now.”
At the inaugural Tater Tot Festival in Ontario, Ore., you’ll find what should be the largest concentration of fried potato nuggets ever assembled.
The state can once again boast that it has the best American-style India pale ale in the nation.
London-born chef Ryley Eckersley still remains at the helm, and will continue to create five-, seven- and nine-course meals with a playful edge and optional wine pairings.
This year’s run was already projected to be one of the lowest on record. Those numbers are even worse than expected.
The business plans to refocus on distribution, and Helioterra Wines will take over the tasting room in mid-September.
Outside of their regular—initially limited—hours, they’re open for all local and international soccer games.
The Portland Fresh Hops Festival will be among the first of its kind to require proof of full vaccination for entry.