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NW Coffee Beer Invitational - Final Beer List

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This Saturday Goose Hollow Inn hosts the first NW Coffee Beer Invitational put on by brewer-about-town Dave Fleming, and we have just gotten a peek at the final, extra-caffeinated beer list. PS--there will also be donuts!
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These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


These are Portland’s 10 best beers, ranked

In early 2019, I started a tour of Portland breweries with two goals.

One, get to know the Portland beer scene more deeply to strengthen my coverage of it. And two, provide a comprehensive resource for craft-beer enthusiasts for where to go and what to try.

Forty-nine stops later, the Portland Breweries Series is complete -- we’ve written about every Portland-based brewery. At every place, I sipped a sampling, then offered critiques on the Untappd app. Plus, my guide to the best beer offers my favorite at all 49 breweries.

From world-class lagers to chewy stouts, from barrel-aged sours to dank IPAs, I tasted a lot of great beers. In fact, it was rare that I was underwhelmed with what landed in the taster flight placed in front of me -- yet another tribute to Portland’s legendary beer quality.

Some beers absolutely stood out. This list was easy to compile but hard to limit. But a Top 10’s a Top 10, so here are the 10 best beers I tasted this year, ranked and completed with The Oregonian/OregonLive’s 2019 Beer of the Year.

Old Town Brewing in Northeast Portland, April 22, 2019. (Beth Nakamura/Staff) Beth Nakamura/Staff


Watch the video: On the Go with Joe for NW Coffee Beer Invitational (September 2022).


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