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10th Annual Oregon Craft Beer Month Begins July 1st

Saturday, June 13, 2015

 

The Oregon Brewers Guild is thrilled to celebrate craft beer in Oregon with the month-long party that is Oregon Craft Beer Month. The 31 fun-filled days of OCBM are loaded with over 450 beer-related events statewide. So go, sip new releases, sample unique pairings, and visit your local brewery — this is what July is all about.

“There’s never been a better time to celebrate craft beer in Oregon,” says Brian Butenschoen, executive director of the Oregon Brewers Guild. “We have 230 breweries for you to visit and nearly 500 events at local breweries, pubs, restaurants and grocery stores.”

One new highlight for 2015 is the first annual Portland Craft Beer Festival, at The Fields Park July 3-5, 2015. This new festival will showcase more than 100 craft beers from at least 57 breweries — all of which are brewed within Portland’s city limits. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind celebration of the hoppiest place on earth.
For beer lovers and adventurers alike, the optimal summer getaway awaits with a trek down one, or all seven, of Oregon’s Ale Trails. Visit Oregon’s largest beer trail located in Bend and check out the Ale Trails in Eugene, Eastern Oregon, Breweries in the Gorge, Southern Oregon, and North Coast.
The sudsy month wraps up in spectacular fashion with the nation’s largest craft beer festival, the 28th annual Oregon Brewers Festival, July 22-26, 2015 at Waterfront Park. Celebrate 28 years of craft beer with 90 different beers from around the U.S., as well as a dozen from New Zealand and the Netherlands! It’s the perfect ending to a month-long celebration of Oregon’s craft beverage of choice.

About Oregon Brewers Guild:
The Oregon Brewers Guild is Oregon’s non-profit trade association for the state’s independent breweries. The Guild, which receives no state funding, comprises 138 brewing companies, 100 associate or supplier members and more than 3,500 enthusiast members or S.N.O.B.s (Supporters of Native Oregon Beer). For more information, see http://www.oregoncraftbeer.org.
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Here are 11 of Portland's best spots to drink and relax outside. 

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Departure

This is the crown jewel of outdoor imbibing in Portland. The high rise location with panoramic views is a great place to sip in the sun! The cocktail menu features great flavors that will transplant you to a tropical destination. Pair it with some delicious bites from a menu crafted by Chef Gregory Gourdet for a fabulous evening.

525 SW Morrison St.

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Rum Club

It’s been said that time flies when you’re drinking rum. And that’s especially so on this out of the way covered patio on Sandy Blvd. While there’s a strong focus on rum here, you can enjoy plenty of other spirits, beer, and wine. The diverse cocktail list and well curated selection of bites keep this on my favorites list.

720 SE Sandy Blvd. 

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Landmark Saloon 

The Landmark Saloon is a renovated house on Division Street. It’s quite small, even by house standards. However, what they lack in square footage for indoor seating is more than redeemed with all of the picnic tables, fire pits, second bars, cornhole boards, and trees in their adjacent yard where you can laze away a beautiful summer day. 

4847 SE Division St.

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Vendetta

The large open air space behind this North Williams bar is a classic Portland place to spend a hot summer day. And the space is huge. Hanging with a large group? No problem. The landscaping, with an oddly satisfying, crunchy pea gravel, is inviting, the staff is great, and the beer here is very cold. Bonus: If it gets too hot out, slip inside for a round of shuffleboard. 

4306 N. Williams St.

Photo credit: vendettapdx.com

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Rae's Lakeview Lounge

While there’s no view and no lake, there is plenty to love about this hidden spot near Montgomery Park. Enjoy weekend brunch and food and drinks until late on the dog-friendly open patio. This is a great place to day drink on a Saturday afternoon while catching up with an old friend.

1900 NW 27th Ave.

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Caldera Public House

While the interior has a way of transporting guests back to the days of pub culture, those who make the effort to head out to the garden will be rewarded. It’s secluded and lush and by the first sip of your pint, you’ll forget all about the hustle and bustle of rush hour happening just a few feet away.

6031 SE Stark St.

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Teote  

You’d be forgiven for not discovering the back patio of Teote right off of lower Hawthorne. Orders are taken at the counter on the first floor, but follow the stairs up and then meander your way to the back of the house where the second floor spills out into lovely back patio complete with a second bar and a fire pit. I’m still trying to figure out how to you get to the back yard by going upstairs. Plus, the food and drinks are delicious and affordable. 

1615 SE 12th Ave.

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Barrio at Portland Mercado

With so much buzz about the new Latino market on Foster Avenue opening later this month, it’s only fitting that they’re incorporating a bottle shop into the list of retailers. Pop into Barrio Bottle Shop and grab a beer for dining in at one of the food carts. The patio is covered and heated to help prolong Portland’s short summer season.

7238 SE Foster Ave.

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Altabira City Tavern

Chef David Machado’s new spot (located in the new Hotel Eastlund) promises a patio with sweeping views of downtown, complete with firepits and windbreaks. This beer-centric restaurant will offer a full menu, 16 taps, extensive wine list, and patio seating for 100+. The early May opening can’t happen soon enough for this curious tippler!

1021 NE Grand Ave.

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Henry Hagg Lake

Hop in the car and head out to Washington County’s Henry Hagg Lake. A 35 mile drive will find you at a place that offers disc golf course, fishing piers, great wildlife viewing, and boat rentals. Enjoy the afternoon sipping your favorite schwag and throwing discs.

Day use fee: $6 per vehicle.

50250 SW Scoggins Valley Road, Gaston, OR

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Milo McIver State Park

A short 45-minute drive will lead you to McIver where you can hike, fish, and play disc golf - all with an adult beverage in hand. Situated on the Clackamas River located in Estacada, this one of Oregon’s largest state parks, right in our back yard! Pack a cooler and a picnic and make a day of it at McIver.

Day use fee: $5 per vehicle.

24101 S Entrance Rd, Estacada, OR

 
 

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