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Something Old, Something New
A bar of the people, by the people.
The evolution of boozing in a city otherwise known as Beervana.
A new bouldering gym, Hood River Hotel upgrades, and Ferment’s massive brew operation are reason enough for non-skiers to pay a visit.
Two tried-and true fall beer festivals, plus an all-new one—the first of its kind.
Summer Beer 2019
Beer season is heating up again, with brews dominating every patio, campsite, and park cookout. Here's your guide to suds season.
Summer Beer: The Picks
We asked five Portland brewers, cicerones, and other insiders to choose the 25 best summer beers.
Holly Amlin, Lucy Burningham, Whitney Burnside, Natasha Godard, and Lee Hedgmon
Michael Novak and Brian Breneman
A hard look at Oregon’s signature craft brew
Portland Monthly Staff
Raise a pint to the professional brewers, Portland. They deserve it.
Open since February, the 10-barrel Montavilla neighborhood brewery is pouring a small but excellent lineup of hazy IPAs and farmhouse ales.
Assembly is also one of a handful of minority-owned breweries in the US.
Opening today, the location has been in the works for over two years.
Portland's oldest remaining brewery is gone for good. The Pearl District brewpub will be open until March 10.
"With ... increased competition, we have struggled to make the pub financially sustainable," the company said in a Facebook post.
Our inaugural farm-to-table food fest took over Rossi Farms for a three-day love note to local chefs, farmers, ranchers, and artisans.
Kelly Clarke, Ramona DeNies, and Zach Dundas
Cowabunga—our ode to Oregon bounty—features Bar Casa Vale, Ringside, Little Beast, Carman Ranch, Tournant, and more. Plus, our seventh annual Country Brunch!
Zach Dundas and Kelly Clarke
It's surely the most thrilling thing to happen on this sleepy industrial stretch of the Columbia since last summer's methanol protests.