Portland Soda Works Root Beer Syrup

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We took in the splendor of the Portland Soda Works, the small batch, craft soda producer, last year, who, at…

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Rosé’s Recent Heyday

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The massive and sudden resurgence of rosé has created an interesting dynamic within the Pacific Northwest’s wine industry. After a few…

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J.P. Trodden Small Batch Washington Bourbon

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At J.P. Trodden Distilling in Woodinville, Washington, owner and distiller Mark Neishem will always have materials for a Manhattan on-hand….

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Grazers: STOUT

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For most Northwest restauranteurs, comprehending beer is part of local vernacular. For Paul Reder, owner of Seattle-based restaurant group Reder…

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Culinary Chemistry: Sausage, Cheese and Wine Stuffed Mushrooms

Margo Greenman

A flavorful fungi, mushrooms are a versatile food that adds superb flavor and texture to many dishes. From rare and…

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Drifters: The Villa at Hester Creek

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Established in 1968, Hester Creek is recognized as one of BC’s pioneering wineries, with vines planted on the rich soil…

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Braggot: The Medieval Brew Making a Modern Day Return

Peter Holmstrom

Braggot! No, it’s not some crazy curse word, it’s a style of beer. In the world where beer and mead…

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