Finnriver Farm & Cidery Black Currant

Brett Konen

Finnriver Farm and Cidery’’s Black Currant is a liqueur rooted in brandy, made by a farm-based cidery and masquerading as…

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Grazers: Nick’s Italian Cafe

Mark Stock

It is generally a good sign with the owner can’t seem to part with his business. Nick Peirano, who started…

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Culinary Chemistry: Sweet and Savory Cider Chicken Thighs

Margo Greenman

Roughly translating into “deliciousness,” the Japanese flavor sensory term umami is precisely that—delicious. More subtle than its siblings sweet, sour,…

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Drifters: Inn at Desert Wind

Erin James

Two generations, two states and two estates—the Fries family first broke ground on their passion for wine in Oregon’s Dundee…

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Booze Races! Your Guide to a Summer of Booze Marathons

Peter Holmstrom

Bend Beer Chase—June 6, Bend, OR || Bar hopping + relay race, throw in a dash of scenic Central Oregon…

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Caffeination Cascadia: Five Coffee Shops That Stay Up Late

Brett Konen

When I was in college, coffee shops that closed early were the bane of my existence. As a night owl,…

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