Drinking all 54 original beers made in Oregon’s capital city.
Salem, Ore., is known by many names: the Cherry City,
Exits 260A and B, the Beaverton of the Mid-Valley. It’s often forgotten
that this patch of flat, grassy land along Mill Creek, originally
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
1406 NW 53rd Ave., 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com.
Reuben’s tasting room is an industrial block filled with
families, tours and the Ballard neighborhood’s larger social groups
77 NE 4th St., Gresham, 669-0569, 4thstreetbrewing.com. 4 pm-1 am Monday-Friday. Noon-1 am Saturday-Sunday.
Among the offerings at Gresham’s 4th Street Brewing you’ll
Astoria: In 1985, Chunk and Mikey stole our heart. In 2006, Fort George Brewery (1483 Duane St., Astoria, fortgeorgebrewery.com) came
for a piece of our liver. Fort George’s Vortex IPA
John Lovegrove hits 50 local breweries in a single day.
It was a terrible time for a malfunctioning alarm clock.
Don’t worry, John Lovegrove wasn’t late for work or a flight—he was
behind schedule on a trip to the bar, missing his 7 am deadline f
Food Reviews & Stories
Through the north doors of the cavernous brewery/warehouse/meeting room that is the Green Dragon, you will find a patio. There you will find a Quonset hut. And in front of this Quonset hut, you will f
Food & Drink
In summer 2009, local beer lover and New Zealand expat John Lovegrove visited 34 different breweries in Portland and the Portland metro region in one day. Why? Because he could.Almost two years later, Lovegrove has finally finished a short video documentary of his adventure:The breweries Lovegrove visited, in order, were:---McMenamins Edgefield 4th Street Brewing McMenamins Highland Gresham Let's Brew The ...