9 Things You Need to Taste in Portland
Portland's bridges are gorgeous, the rose gardens divine. But let's be honest: You're really going to eat and drink. Here's what you need to try now.

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Barrel-aged Beer in Portland

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Hair of the Dog was the most fun (and perhaps the most risky) stop on our Portland bicycle brewery tour. The beers are delicious, unique, and each named after the brewers—which makes it especially fun to get a flight and compare them. I liked "Fred," a sugared-up Belgian, and my next favorite was "Adam," a chocolaty stout. They have a high alcohol content, so take that into consideration when ordering.

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Hair of the Dog was the most fun (and perhaps the most risky) stop on our Portland bicycle brewery tour. The beers are delicious, unique, and each named after the brewers—which makes it especially fun to get a flight and compare them. I liked "Fred," a sugared-up Belgian, and my next favorite was "Adam," a chocolaty stout. They have a high alcohol content, so...

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Hair of the Dog was the most fun (and perhaps the most risky) stop on our Portland bicycle brewery tour. The beers are delicious, unique, and each named after the brewers—which makes it especially fun to get a flight and compare them. I liked "Fred," a sugared-up Belgian, and my next favorite was "Adam," a chocolaty stout. They have a high alcohol content, so take that into consideration when ordering.

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