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In Beaverton, Ex Novo has some nice outdoor seating and Detroit style pizza.
I assume you're aware of Block 15?
Huna is a beer I would pay less for as it ages personally, especially not knowing their storage situation.
Yeah I thought it could easily have just been another batch of Fields of Green. It's on the sweeter side too unfortunately, a little more hop...
Just got a 4-pack of the DDH IPA and it's super good!
Manifest and Gratitude are both doing some good stuff as well
A lot of the Day One stuff is priced like that, and I've seen prices on GN cans in CA anywhere from $7-10.
Judging by how long some of those cans sit on shelves, I don't know that the demand is super high for most of them at the current price point....
Looks like NW Growlers just got some and they do deliver, charging $6.50/can though.
Wonder if we'll get more drops in the future? I'm trying to stick to delivery or curbside pickup only if I can help it.
They definitely jumped on the bandwagon but they were also one of the first hazy producers in Oregon - I first had Fluffy in mid-2016. They're...
Wanderjack sounds amazing and I'll definitely pick up a sixer or two of Beast.
I don't know, timing doesn't seem that odd - Art's not getting any younger and with the slowdown in business, why not get out now and avoid any...
Highly recommend Senor Rhino for anyone on the fence, Friends in Common is awesome too.
Just to clarify as I'm finding a lot of places are covering the same area - a lot of SW PDX is just outside the delivery zone.
Any cider deliveries? My wife feels left out.
Latest from the Oregonian is that Brown will not shut down bars or restaurants yet.
It's on at Imperial right now - I haven't been in a while but they at least used to have a machine to bottle and cap beers on tap so that might be...
I've never participated in the resale market but if I had a bottle of of PtY I'd be very, very tempted - especially with how easy it was to get on...