Tag Archives: Beer

A Journey Through Beer

By Matt Scotton The Whiteaker neighborhood is chalked full of breweries, but not everyone loves beer the second they try it. Nevertheless it seems as if everyone has an opinion and wants to help you as you try them all. … Continue reading

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“Eat Pizza Everyday”

  Photo & Text: Katie Rosenblad EUGENE, Ore. — Just after the lunch rush at 1:28 p.m. you can smell the fresh and warm aroma of pizza and its cheese simmering in the oven as you pass outside on the corner … Continue reading

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Flip-flops and brew: a recipe for success

Sauntering through the front door of the restaurant, the brown leather flip-flops pop against the psychedelic carpet of color beneath Nils Stark’s feet. He surveys the walls on either side of him, slowly scanning the items hanging up. To his … Continue reading

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The Man Behind The Brewery

Jeff Althouse took a tour of the Olympia Brewing factory in Washington and loved it.Later at age 17 he had his first beer, a can of Hamm’s. The Eugene born Althouse has come a long way from that can of … Continue reading

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Blue-Collar Bar at Noon

“My daughter lost her house. Out of sheer stupidity. They borrowed ‘bout a hundred thousand and spent none a that on the house. Bought Wave-a-runners and a bunch  a straight bullshit”, said an elderly man leaning forward with his elbows … Continue reading

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National breweries offer excellent locations to celebrate with your Valentine tonight

Ready for Valentine’s Day? Our blog will guide you to the best breweries, bars and restaurants in your area. So sit back, relax and plan your favorite February holiday with our trendy guide. Valentine’s Day, which will be celebrated this year on … Continue reading

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Q & A with Brew Public’s Angelo DeIeso

I recently chatted with Angelo De Ieso II, writer, contributor and owner of Brew Public. Brew Public was started in 2008 by Angelo and has been a great way for Oregonians to read about news bars opening up, new beers that … Continue reading

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National Brewery Association Beat Blog – Drunk with Information

There is no wonder why states across the U.S. take a lot of pride in their breweries. From Alaska to Maine, independent brewing companies have continued to open up, allowing its inhabitants and tourists to enjoy fresh and local beers. … Continue reading

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Beer and Twitter

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Northwest Brew Culture

Oregon is fed some of the cleanest, and freshest water in the United States, and luckily home to one of the most lush environment for growing both hops, and grain; two necessary ingredients for beer production.  In 1933 Portland, Oregon … Continue reading

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