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Thanks to everyone that gave us shoutouts for our 5th Anniversary in September! Here’s a great selection of some of our favorite articles:

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The following article originally appeared on Brewpublic.com

Drake’s Brewing is making the the trip from San Leandro, CA to hit up Portland in style this week. While in Portland, Drake’s will be pouring their new pale West Coast-style IPA, 7×70 IPA at the Oregon Brewers Festival.

But since they’re in town, they’ve decided to up the ante with a few more treats to share with the uniquely fine set of Portland beer lovers. On Thursday, July 24th beginning at 6:00pm, Drake’s...

The following article originally appeared on OregonLive.com

11 a.m. -11 p.m. Sunday May 25, the BeerMongers, 1125 S.E. Division St.; $3 tokens each good for a 4-oz. Pour, or use several for larger pours.

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The following article originally appeared on OregonLive.com

There's definitely more than one way to blanket a pig, and some of the most innovative cooks pro and am will bring their best recipes to Mongers Sunday to share with everyone and maybe win one of many great prizes. The only rules are that the item MUST contain pork and be wrapped in an EDIBLE 'blanket'. Please bring enough for 20-30 people to get a 'bite'. There will be categories for pro chefs and home cooks and...

The following article originally appeared on OregonLive.com

Here's the verbiage from head Monger Sean Campbell. To decode properly, you have to have followed recent events in the Beer-0-sphere and maybe even have been a reader of this blog... “All day on April 1 we will be offering an $8 special which will include a pint of 'Miller High Life' and a 4oz 'shot' of Anchorage Brewing's uber-rare barleywine, 'Deal with the Devil'. The Barleywine will be available as part of the...

The following article originally appeared on OregonLive.com

...just because the buzz about Russian River's Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger  is such a fascinating phenom, especially to those of us not so afflicted...anyway, Concordia Ale House has Allocation IIPA on tap today, a collabo double IPA from two of Oregon's best IPA houses, Boneyard and Barley Brown's. I haven;t tasted it yet, but I bet it could make a person forget about certain other hard-to-find IPAs...oh...