Scoop: Ain’t No Drunk Like Lúcuma Drunk.

GOLDEN ALE: Oregon had another good year at Denver’s Great American Beer Festival, the largest beer competition in the world. Oregon won 22 medals, including seven golds, the biggest of whic   More
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 WW Culture Staff

How to Eat and Drink in Portland, May 15-May 20

Our favorite culinary events this week.


Food & Drink
Thursday, May 15 Soil and Sea Supper Social Division and Helioterra wines bill their terroir-happy, three-course wine dinners as “interactive,” which quite frankly is what our dinners always are. But in this case, you get to interact not just with the food but the food purveyors: Nevor Shellfish’s Travis Oja will talk about reintroducing the Olympia Oyster to Netarts Bay. Meanwhile, there ...   More
Thursday, May 15, 2014 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Bar Guide 2014: Breakside Brewery

Bar Guide
Breakside Brewery820 NE Dekum St., 719-6475, 3-10 pm Monday-Thursday, noon-11 pm Friday-Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.A tandem of strollers parked outside a bar is usually bad news, but i   More
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 PETE COTTELL

Breakside Makes Hilarious Tribute/Spoof of Commons Urban Farmhouse

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Food & Drink
A brand-new Portland Beer Guide hits streets tomorrow. That means we're in the last hours of the Commons Urban Farmhouse's reign as WW's Beer of the Year.Today, we get word that Northeast Portland's Breakside is sending their friends off with a fitting tribute/spoof of Portland's go-to saison, which went on to win a silver medal at the Great American Beer Festival last year.Say hello to Breakside's ...   More
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 by Martin Cizmar

Drank Extra: 100 Kegs of Beer On The Wall

Portland’s Breakside Brewery made 100 different beers this year. We asked Ben Edmunds to pick five favorites and five duds.

It’s Friday night and a cabal of Portland beer writers are gathered in the back room of a chilly Milwaukie warehouse. All these important beer people—familiar names like Lisa Morrison, Ezra    More
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Drank: Lucky As Helles (Breakside Brewery)

When I lived in Germany, “ein Helles” was my fallback order, and I spent many afternoons in leafy beer gardens sipping at half-liters while squeezing excessive mustard onto my bratwurst. But   More
Wednesday, August 7, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON

Dry Stout (Breakside Brewery)

Breakside’s Dry Irish Stout is shockingly simple next to the brewery’s more exotic dark beers, which include Coconut Pumpkin Sweet Stout and a porter made with caraway, dill and fennel polle   More
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR

Future Drinking: Viridian Farms Does Cider

And more new places to eat and drink in Portland


Food & Drink
Our weekly look at happenings in Portland's food and drink scene via OLCC liquor license applications:Farmers Market favorite Viridian Farms has applied for a winery license at 1212 D SE Powell Blvd., which is currently Bushwhacker Cider. Viridian hasn't applied for a "change of owner" license, rather a "new outlet," but it does list Bushwhacker under "former business name." Intriguing.  Rae's ...   More
Friday, November 2, 2012 RUTH BROWN

Breakside Grows by Bounds

...and other Oregon beer news


Food & Drink
When Breakside opened in 2010 as a brewpub in Woodlawn with a three-barrel brewing system, it got off to a slow start. But within months, co-owner Scott Lawrence says it was already in the black. Soon after, it started eyeing a second location, even before the windfall of accolades: brewer Ben Edmunds brought home a prestigious Great American Beer Fest medal for his Breakside Dry Stout and a veritable ...   More
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 by BRIAN YAEGER


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