Methow Valley Ciderhouse Pinnacle Goat

Erin James

Let’s start this out right—it is pronounced MET-how. Northeast Washington’s Methow Valley is home to the eponymous Methow Valley Ciderhouse…

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We Dig: A Few of Our Favorite Things — Pumpkin Beer

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Today marks the first day of autumn. For the blissfully unaware who have tuned out the essence of pumpkin spice…

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In Preview: Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival

Erin James

Paramount political leader and India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, may or may not have been talking about cheese when…

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Sage and Sea Farms Rainier Cherry Shrub

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While sipping white vinegar straight from the bottle might induce a few winces, add fresh fruit and cane sugar and…

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Caffeination Cascadia: Coffee Coffee Cake

Brett Konen

Coffee cake isn’t necessarily a misnomer—the title, of course, derives from what it’s meant to be consumed with. When I…

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Nightside Distillery Apple Pie

Erin James

Stuff a baked apple with all your classic fall pie spices—cloves, allspice, nutmeg, ginger—and you have Nightside Distillery’s Apple Pie….

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Grazers: ¡Oba! Restaurante

Megan Walsh

Since we are officially teetering on the cusp of rainy days and a wardrobe consisting primarily of The North Face…

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Storm Brewing Precipitation Pilsner

Erin James

James Walton started East Vancouver’s Storm Brewing because he wanted to drink the kind of beer he couldn’t find locally….

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Accessories That Make the Drink

Kathy Casey

This is an excerpt from the current summer print edition of Sip Northwest. For the full story and more of…

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Drifters: Hotel Lucia

Kerry Newberry

Located in the heart of downtown Portland, Hotel Lucia is like a pair of Sigerson Morrison shoes—effortlessly chic, always stylish…

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