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4 Questions with Robert Morus of Phelps Creek Vineyards

Marguerite Cleveland

Robert Morus is not your typical farmer or winemaker. He spent the first half of his career flying planes for a living, serving in the U.S. Air Force from 1982…

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Community-Driven Provisions at Fickle Fig Farm Market

Megan Hill

Mitchell Morse is a busy man. He’s a farmer, brewer, baker and business owner, and that’s just the beginning. Every day, Morse starts baking bread and pastries at 3 a.m….

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Recipe: Riff Cold Fashioned

Erin James

Riff Cold Brewed wants to set the record straight: cold brew is not fancy iced coffee. The term “cold brewed” is in regards to the way the coffee is brewed…

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Living Up to Its Cachet at the Davenport Grand Hotel

Erin James

“Grand” is certainly the appropriate word for the Davenport Hotel Collection‘s latest accommodations: the Davenport Grand Hotel. The Spokane, Washington, hotel group — which recently partnered with Marriott but remains locally…

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Craft Beverage Lovers Meet in Yakima

Sip Northwest

[SPONSORED POST] More than 300 days of sunshine sound good right about now. That’s the regular weather pattern in Yakima, a thriving agricultural community in the heart of Washington State…

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Cider Institute of North America Announces First Executive Director & 2018 Courses

Sip Northwest

[Content from original press release.] In recognition of the need and demand for training and the development of cider production skills in North America, the industry launched a new organization,…

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Meriwether Cider Co. to Open Idaho’s First Cider House in Downtown Boise

Sip Northwest

[Content from original press release.] Meriwether Cider Co. in Garden City, ID is expanding their operation to downtown Boise at 224 N. 9th St. where they will open the state’s…

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Drink.EDU: Diving into Distilling

Hannah Kivi

Though I went to school to learn how to brew beer – yes, it’s a thing – I’m always greatly fascinated by the distilling process. Not to mention that spirits…

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Beer/Wine

8 Tasting Rooms for Every Season

Mark Stock

Are you one of those people who “drink seasonally” — IPA to ring in spring, rosé in summer, stout to transition into fall, a spicy, warm Rhône-style blend for winter?…

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