The cheapest beers in town…
Sure, you’ve come to expect the $2 Pabst as your Portland
birthright, even at restaurants with $15 corkage fees. But why stop
there, when the beers get even cheape
Friday, Feb. 27 Mark Fell [house] Fell is a dance-music iconoclast who’s been spinning high-brow house since long before “EDM” meant anything. He’s also created several art installations, with names like Untitled Study for Computer Controlled Laser, Stroboscope and Linn LM-1. He won’t be installing anything in YU’s downstairs gallery, but his warm, deconstructed rhythms will certainly ...
In a state with such a vital craft beer culture, Willamette Week found
it strange that there was no award ceremony to celebrate the best of
the industry. So, this year, with the help of Ben Edmu
What the hell is a firkin?
It’s a small cask—10 and three-quarters gallons of
warm-conditioned goodness—the oldest still-in-use form of beer storage
in the world. This is some serious Laura
Is it time to get my oil changed? This is all I can think about while sitting at Brannon’s (3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., Beaverton, 567-8003, brannonsbrewery.com),
Beaverton’s newest brewpub. The
You can write only so many guidebooks to Stonehenge or
Machu Picchu, which have remained unchanged for centuries if not
millennia, surviving societal collapse and U.S.-backed military coups.
The Pearl District’s newest brewpub, Fat Head’s (131 NW 13th Ave., 820-7721, fatheadsportland.com),
really channels the spirit of suburban Cleveland. That’s not a knock.
There’s a lot to l