2016 Oregon Brewers Festival Generates $29.3 Million for Local Economy PORTLAND, Ore. – Oct. 20, 2016 – A recently completed study estimates the economic impact of the 2016 Oregon Brewers Festival (OBF) at $29.3 million. Jeff Dense, Professor of Political Science and Craft Beer Studies at Eastern Oregon University, and a team of students administered 901 on-site interviews between July 27 and July …
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Oct 20 2016
Thursday September 29, 2016 — 3:11 PM
Looking forward to the opening of Wayfinder Beer this Saturday!
Thursday September 29, 2016 — 10:39 AM
Mt. Tabor Brewing now open in SE Portland! Stop in and check out the new production brewery!
Sep 26 2016
The 13th annual Portland Fresh Hops Fest, a celebration of the annual hop harvest, will take place at Oaks Amusement Park on Friday, Sept. 30 from 5pm to 9pm and Saturday, Oct. 1 from Noon to 8pm. Minors are not allowed on Friday, but are permitted on Saturday until 5pm (Oaks Amusement Park rides will be open from 12pm to …
Sep 26 2016
Holiday Ale Festival comes of age, announces details for 21st annual event in downtown Portland PORTLAND, Ore. – The Holiday Ale Festival will officially come of age this year as it celebrates the 21st annual event, Nov. 30 through Dec. 4 at Pioneer Courthouse Square, 701 SW Sixth Ave. Known for assembling a prestigious lineup of winter beers, the festival will feature more than 50 specialty ales that have …
Jul 07 2016
Oregon Brewers Festival toasts 29th year with 88 U.S. craft beers, plus craft beers from China, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands PORTLAND, Ore. — One of the nation’s longest-running and best-loved craft beer festivals, the Oregon Brewers Festival is a craft beer destination, and 80,000 annually make the pilgrimage to Beervana to drink up what the festival has to offer. …
May 18 2016
Hood River, OR – May 17th, 2016 – Hood River, Oregon based craft brewery, Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom, has selected the Woodstock neighborhood in Southeast Portland, Oregon to open a second taproom location. This marks the brewery’s first expansion outside of Hood River.