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President of Beers: #40

African Amber: Mac & Jack’s Brewery, Redmond, Washington

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We're drinking the flagship craft beer from every state in the Union, counting down from 50-1, to find which is home to the President of Beers.

#40 African Amber: Mac & Jack’s Brewery, Redmond, WashingtonState: I’ve got mad love for our Cascadian sister state...   More
 
Monday, September 3, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

President of Beers: #41

Southern Pecan: Lazy Magnolia Brewing, Kiln, Mississippi

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We're drinking the flagship craft beer from every state in the Union, counting down from 50-1, to find which is home to the President of Beers.

#41: Southern Pecan: Lazy Magnolia Brewing, Kiln, MississippiState: For a full list of all the love/hate elements of the Ma...   More
 
Sunday, September 2, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

President of Beers: #45

Calico Brown Ale: Tenaya Creek Brewery, Las Vegas, Nevada

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We're drinking the flagship craft beer from every state in the Union, counting down from 50-1, to find which is home to the President of Beers.
#45: Calico Brown Ale: Tenaya Creek Brewery, Las Vegas, Nevada
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Initially known for its precio...   More
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Beer's Great Gluten War Heats Up

Is the top selling gluten-free beer gluten-free enough? Are its competitors beer?

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On May 16, the three Portland breweries which make gluten-free beer—Widmer Bros., Deschutes, and Harvester—stood shoulder to shoulder as Mayor Sam Adams declared it Gluten Free Beer Day.
Such innocent times!
A new ruling is complic...   More
 
Monday, June 11, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Oregon Beer News: Roll out the 10 Barrels

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As is the case with most beer weeks across the nation, Portland's Beer Week buzz doesn’t really hit until 10 days after it starts—if you’re able to keep slugging them back that long. I advocate picking one event per day and drinking vicariously through Tweets through the rest.
But, this year, Saturday, June 9 looks to be a beerath...   More
 
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Oregon Beer News: Fresh'n'Fruity

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Suck it, hops.
There's a new sheriff share of crops in town. Burnside Brewing welcomes the return of the Fruit Beer Festival, which will feature over 30 breweries and even more fruitastic beers.
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Monday, May 21, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Ninkasi to Brew Out Yonder

Yonder Mountain String Band teams up with Eugene Brewer and other local beer news.

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On the heels of a big festival celebrating the confluence of beer and music—the daylong Malt Ball that paired local bands with their brew counterparts—Eugene-based Ninkasi reveals it will brew a exclusive light, summer ale for the Annual String Summit.The four-day twang-fest featuring bluegrass, folk, and jam bands is always headlined by ...   More
 
Friday, April 13, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Mead Lesson: Honey, You Don't Know Nothin' 'Bout Mead

And other Oregon beer news

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Oregon has well over 100 breweries, nearly 700 wineries and at least half a dozen cideries but only a couple meaderies. Those figures sync up well with what the market demands—well, except for the fact that Oregonians drink about 11 million gallons of wine annually compared to 80 million gallons of beer.
They also roughly match our collective education level. We know beer. We k...   More
 
Thursday, March 29, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Hair of the Dog Heads to Belgium

...and other Oregon beer news

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For the last five years, much-decorated Belgian brewmaster Dirk Naudts, who develops beer recipes for brewers throughout Holland and Belgium, brings an American brewer over to his village, Lochristi, to collaborate. The chance to work with Naudts at his Na De Proef Brouwerij is much ...   More
 
Monday, January 30, 2012 by Brian Yaeger

Attention all Zwickelmaniacs: Free Beer

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It’s the Oregon Brewers Guild’s job to disseminate information about its member breweries to you, the drinking public. There’s no better way to start spreading the brews than by inviting you, the drinking public, to sample their wares—most of them free and fresh. Saturday marks the    More
 
Friday, February 18, 2011 by Brian Yaeger
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