Instead of making the trip to Bend for their annual Brewfest, here's a list of some of my favorite Bend beers that you can find right here in Eugene.
The Em’s season, as well as summer, is halfway over. Luckily there’s still plenty of time for you to get yourself down to PK park for some baseball, or as I like to call it, some beer.
The Whiteaker brewery walking tour is the perfect activity for out of town friends and family visiting. In one evening we tasted beer at Oakshire, Ninkasi and Hop Valley.
Plank Town's brewers, owners, kitchen staff and bartenders are putting the final touches for their official grand opening this weekend.
Hellshire III, a bourbon barrel aged stout from Oakshire just won a Gold medal at the North American Beer Awards on May 31st and definitely deserves it.
Eugene has a warm weather forecast for the next week, and many of my beer drinking friends have starting discussing their love for lighter beers.
Cask Ale, or cask conditioned, unfiltered and un-pasteurized beer is growing in popularity, but still rather hard to find unless you check out Brewer's Union Local 180 or Oakshire's new Public House.
Craft beer is at a tipping point, which means the Millers, Coors and Buds are starting to try something new. I've answered a few common "hoppy" craft beer questions for these new craft beer drinkers.
On a small farm on a back road between Coburg and Harrisburg outside of Eugene, Agrarian Ales has brought back the earth-grown beginnings of craft beer.
Put on your sunglasses, pop a bottle of your favorite spring seasonal craft beer, and get a moment of relaxation in today... because we kick-off Eugene Beer Week this Saturday!