The Mercury's Blogtown has a write-up on the Morrison Hotel today. they used one of our photos (with credit), but they didn't use the top one…OLD GERMAN (aka the new Pabst)!
I went by the Morrison Hotel yesterday and they were having a “soft opening” for family and friends…and so I bought beer making me a friend :) Anyway, the big opening is tomorrow (July 17th). Here are some pics from inside including the 40 oz. of “Old German” ($7). Here is a note from Chris […]
Team Midnight's monthly Midnight Mystery Ride takes place Friday, July 13th This months Ride will start from Billy Ray's Neighborhood Dive bar. Get there around 11PM or so… 2216 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212 “We ride every month. Rain or shine. Cold or whatever. We bike and drink and go to […]
Simon Goetz (aka The Mayor of Belmont) sent over this write-up on Jace Gace. If you see a good headline here, it is b/c of Mr Goetz (the bad ones are mine). You would be wise, in fact–you will become wiser by checking out his site: Ministry of Imagery (MOI). WAFFLE OVERKILL by Simon Goetz […]
Chris Joseph, owner of the Blue Monk, has a new project opening next week–The Morrison Hotel. Here is a note from Chris: Chris Joseph here. I'm the owner of Morrison Hotel we will open next week Tuesday! We are going to be offering Mediterranean street food and about 80 bottles of local and imported beers […]
1. When is the PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL BEERFEST held? 2. Where is the event held? 3. How much does it cost to get in? 4. Where can I find parking? 5. What public transportation is available? 6. Any hotel Deals? 7. Why do some beers cost more than others? 8. Can I buy advanced tickets? 9. […]
Who's the Man?! Picture from www.portland.indymedia.org Mayor's Calendar – July 9-15, 2007 (PDF Document, 82kb) Most of it is rather boring for us non-politico types, except these few items: Friday, July 13 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM – LUNCH/TOUR: Mayor/KH/AL – Widmer Breweries loc: (929 North Russell Street) ***Drinking on the job-nice Mayor Perk here […]
The Great Beervana Beer Tour Contest! Guest on Tap and the Portland Tribune want to hear from you! Starting today, we would like your entries in 500 words or less about your ultimate beer tour in Beervana. Just imagine you and a couple of relatives or guests from out of town are looking to experience […]
Just saw this over at the Belmont Station Beer Forum: Due to everyone's overwhelming support, we have been able to expand to a bigger, better space! Our new Pub & Brewery will be located at NE 51st and Sandy Blvd., next to the Rheinlander. Our original Pub & Brewery at 40th and Sandy will close […]
Here are some Saturday events for you: Roller Derby is on: If you haven't been, it is one of those events you should see during your lifetime–Expo Center, 6PM Naked Bike Ride – Yep, there is another naked bike ride, and this one should be warmer than the first. It starts at Free geek at […]
Congratulations, you're invited to the social event of the season! Join us, won't you? BarFly's only going to turn eight once, so, you know, we've friends coming. You too, of course. It's all happening on Sunday, June 3rd, at Berbati's Pan, starting at 6pm – no cover, free bbq, deeply discounted [TEXT CENSORED BY THE […]
Brian Enigma's Electronic Journal – French Bread has a Posse: “From there, we meandered to Produce Row. Along the way, there was a lot of graffiti about French bread” Enigma has more pics of the french bread graffiti around Portland that was mentioned a while back on Metroblogger. I was lucky enough to be a […]
Belmont Station Beer Forum: Lunch at the BierCafe: “Beginning Saturday April 28 the Belmont Station BierCafe will be open for lunch, dinner, and all the hours in between. We'll be open for dining and drinking on Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. and Sundays from noon until 9.” Ahhh…fantastic
For the most part, reading bathroom graffiti usually helps to intensify the brain cells being lost through alcohol. However, reading this graff at the basement pub, taught me two new terms–the “hovercraft” and the “superman”. Fantastic!
Belmont Station Beer Forum: FredFest 2007:FredFest 2007 Promises Great Beer, Good Cheer “PORTLAND, Ore. – What started last year as a surprise 80th birthday party for world-renowned beer writer Fred Eckhardt is coming back around this year as a fundraiser to assist a longtime friend and supporter of the state's craft-beer community. At least a […]
Belmont Station Beer Forum: “That's right, the Station BierCafe is now open; the coffee is on, the panini grill is hot, and the taps are flowing! To start things out in a quiet (yet tasty) fashion we've tapped: Double Mountain IRABJ's Whiskey Barrel StoutPelican Dorymans DarkGouden Carolus The initial hours are Tue – Sat from […]
I just wanted to say that as an Oregonian who loves beer–glad that we have achieved this status. I got that quote from this article. Some other good parts of the article: “More than anywhere else in the country, people drink craft brews in Oregon,” said Jamie Floyd, co-owner of one of the area's newest […]
So, when it starts raining here and the days turn to 6 hours of brighness (greyness), there is something to look forward to as a beer drinker- Deschutes Brewery's “Festive Winter Ale”. It is a good winter brew, available from October through November. I am not sure how far the distribution goes outside of the […]
Well, this is me recycling my many cans and bottles at the local SE Fred Meyer “Can Do” Machine and “One Stop” Machine. Many were not accepted due to the machines' problems, but I did get about $7.70 from what did go through. For more on Beer–BeerPipeline.com
ContraCostaTimes.com | 11/01/2006 | Champion beers often unbottled, unnoticed: “First, it's never been bottled; the only place you can find it is on tap at Pyramid Alehouses in Berkeley, Walnut Creek and Sacramento (also Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash.). Second, it's overshadowed by another prize-winner, Pyramid's best-selling Hefeweizen (HHH), which is bottled and sold almost […]
Yesterday, on my Myspace page–Myspace.com/BeerPipeline –I announced that I would drink a beer with a different person every day this year. But, I have decided that I don't want to go to a bar (or drink)every night, so I am going to try to get in 100 or so of these over the next year. […]
I went into a German Deli here in Portland last week called Edelweiss Sausage and Delicatessen. It was great. I had a nice beer-wurst, brotchen, and side of sauer kraut for around $4. They have the spicy mustard that I miss from Germany. They also have this- the “largest beer stein in the world“!. Hey, […]
Pictures from the Rose City Roller bouts on September 30th, 2006. Taken by Paul for the PDX PIPELINE Click to Enlarge
This is Ray Shock cheering for the Guns N Rollers. They did not win, but all of the people who participated in these events are winners (aren't we sweet?). Really, if you went to these games, it was amazing, and these women are putting incredible effort into it. If you haven't gone- why not? You […]
We will be there…you should too… This picture was taken at Stark Naked Pizza on SE Stark, PDX, Portland, OR. We always have fun at these events, and this is the final of the season.
On my way out of the PDX to the coast, I stopped at the Plaid Pantry and saw this wonderful Pabst Blue Ribbon truck…now I show you…my fellow beer drinkers.
From Tiny's “tiny's on hawthorne is having its four year anniversary on monday september 25th. to show our love for all the people who made these four years possible, we will be giving away some of our very own heart. so stop by, say hi, be merry, and walk away with a little more heart […]