Articles by Jeff Alworth

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Explore Hood River Valley’s Cider Scene

May 28th, 2015

Cider has been a growing presence in restaurants and on grocery shelves, a potion sitting at the nexus where artisanal…

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Oregon Cideries Bottle Up the Bounty

December 2nd, 2013

There are now at least 16 cideries operating in Oregon, including a trove of makers in the Willamette Valley such as 2…

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Which breweries should we visit in Bend?

Bend, Oregon–let’s see, I think if I recall correctly, they have a brewery there. Kidding. Bend has gone…

July 3rd, 2013- Post Your Answer
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Heading from Canada to Crater Lake and Florence. Could you recommend bars in those areas with unique local beers? Many thanks from a thirsty wanderer!

In Florence, your best bets are the Beachcomber Pub (20 taps, with some nice southern Willamette Valley picks) or…

July 26th, 2012- Post Your Answer
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Can you offer a couple of Oregon IPA’s I must try? – Kevin J.

These kinds of questions are always rough to answer, but I’ll give it a shot. The trouble is, IPAs are so…

March 12th, 2012- Post Your Answer
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Got my flight to Portland, staying two blocks from Rogue Ales Public House! Cant wait I need to start planning my beer attack, suggestions?

I have the ultimate pub crawl for you here.Have a look, and holler if you want…

February 2nd, 2012- Post Your Answer
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About Author Jeff Alworth

Jeff Alworth has been writing about Oregon beer for fifteen years, and his recent work has appeared in Draft and Sunset Magazine. He has been blogging at "Beervana" since 2006. In Spring 2012, Chronicle Books will release The Beer Tasting Toolkit, his beginner's guide to blind tasting. He is currently writing The Beer Bible for Workman Publishing.


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