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Oregon Craft Beer Month

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With sixty-one breweries in Portland alone (more than anywhere else in the world), it's no surprise The Beaver State devotes an entire month to the celebration of craft beer. These six experiences provide ample reason to participate before August.
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1339 NW Flanders St, Portland, OR 97209, USA
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One of my favorite ways to sample a city is to taste its micro-brews. So when I'm in Portland, my number-one stop is the Rogue Distillery and Public House. The beer is so spectacular I lugged home several pints. With so many to choose from, I...
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61 SE Yamhill St, Portland, OR 97214, USA
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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...
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929 N Russell St, Portland, OR 97227, USA
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A trip to Widmer Brothers Brewing Company is a pilgrimage for many, but you don't have to be a card-carrying beer geek to enjoy this romp through suds and stainless. The guides who explain the intricacies of creating German-inspired beers know the...
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Mississippi Ave, a family-friendly avenue of restaurants and boutiques by day, isn't the kind of street most travel guides will send you to visit at night. You won't find a live theater, dance club, or movie house. What you will find is a busy...
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939 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214, USA
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With more than 60 breweries, Portland has more than anywhere else in the world. If you do not start drinking at dawn, and drink at lunch, and drink through the evening, you are not doing your part.
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Hood River, OR, OR, USA
An hour and a half up the gorge from Portland. One of the few true farmhouse breweries in the US. They squeezed the brew system, fermentation tanks and oak barrels into an existing barn. A few Scottish Higland cattle, harnessing a wooly mammoth...