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4 Questions with the Team Behind Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction

Heather Larson

To familiarize national and international wine buyers with the splendor, climate and terroir of the Willamette Valley — and also with the people involved in making Pinot Noir — the…

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Recipe: Fairsing Vineyard Smoked Salmon Chowder

Erin James

After spending a month at sea as a chef on a private yacht, Chef Rebecca Clarke found inspiration she could bring home when docking in Ireland. “I was immediately inspired…

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Collaboration Charity Brews with Skagit Valley Malting

Grace Madigan

Skagit Valley Malting (SVM) is doing something different — but you might have already known that. The northwest Washington maltster has made a name for itself already in the beer…

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Boots Made for Brewing: Pink Boots Society

Marguerite Cleveland

In the male-dominated beer business, the Pink Boots Society (PBS) is a sudsy oasis where women can go to receive support, mentorship and education to succeed in the industry. With…

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How to Drink Beer Made in Olympia

Adam Sawyer

There was a time not all that long ago that Olympia was considered more of an I-5 afterthought between Portland and Seattle than a place worth spending any quality time….

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Assembly Brewing Opens On March 29 on SE Foster in Portland

Sip Northwest

Assembly Brewing, co-founded by George Johnson and Adam Dixon, officially opens its doors for the grand opening on Friday, March 29 at 11 am. Located at 6112 SE Foster Road…

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Spirits

4 Questions with Andres Faustinelli of Bearface Whisky 

Mark Stock

Before he was settling on an aging program that married oak varieties from either side of the Atlantic Ocean, Andres Faustinelli was simply interested in beer. He zig-zagged through the…

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Washington State Wine Grape Harvest Grows 14% in 2018

Sip Northwest

Washington State’s wine grape harvest grew by 14 percent in 2018, for a grand total of 261,000 tons crushed. This was the second largest harvest in Washington’s history, behind the…

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Recipe/Spirits

Recipe: Rolling River Spirits’ Viking Coffee

Erin James

When you raise a glass for St. Patrick’s Day, your first instinct might not be to reach for a steaming cup of coffee laced with a traditional Scandinavian spirit. But…

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