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Portland, OR -- Aug 20, 2019

We love beer! But we also love beer cocktails too 🙌🍻❤️ Introducing the Mexican Style Hazy! Vida Mezcal, pineapple & lime juice, brown sugar & Cointreau then topped with a citrusy IPA! We would recommend during these hot summer days 🎉🤘#drinkbeerpdx #mezcalmeetsbeer ... See MoreSee Less

We love beer! But we also love beer cocktails too 🙌🍻❤️ Introducing the Mexican Style Hazy! 

Vida Mezcal, pineapple & lime juice, brown sugar & Cointreau then topped with a citrusy IPA! 

We would recommend during these hot summer days 🎉🤘#drinkbeerpdx #mezcalmeetsbeer

Portland, OR -- Aug 10, 2019

We love our customers and their reviews. Need a meeting or corporate event catered onsite or offsite? Give us a call at Brix! ... See MoreSee Less

We love our customers and their reviews. Need a meeting or corporate event catered onsite or offsite? Give us a call at Brix!

Portland, OR -- Jul 31, 2019

It’s amazing to see Ovation all over the world!! Where have your summer adventures taken you so far?? ... See MoreSee Less

It’s amazing to see Ovation all over the world!! Where have your summer adventures taken you so far??

Portland, OR -- Aug 1, 2019

Tonight is First Thursday! Are you ready? Check explorethepearl.com for the latest First Thursday events in the Pearl! ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight is First Thursday!  Are you ready?  Check explorethepearl.com for the latest First Thursday events in the Pearl!

Portland, OR -- Aug 19, 2019

The average age of the farmer in the U.S. is 58. Meet two of the young, wildly inspiring next-generation farmers we worked with on our August Farmers Market flavors. Read more: saltandstraw.com/collab-lab-next-generation-farmers/(Cc CUESA & The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market) ... See MoreSee Less

Portland, OR -- Aug 19, 2019

Born, raised, and educated in Oregon, Linus Pauling, one of the world’s leading scientists, and the only person to win two unshared Nobel Prizes, died on this day in 1994. As a child, he became fascinated with chemistry and spent hours in a makeshift laboratory in the basement of the boarding house his mother ran in Southeast Portland. He dropped out of Washington High School and studied chemical engineering at Oregon Agricultural College (now Oregon State University) because it charged no tuition. Pauling’s work revolutionized chemistry in the 1930s and 1940s, and his work advanced the fields of structural chemistry, x-ray crystallography, electron diffraction, quantum mechanics, biochemistry, molecular psychiatry, nuclear physics, anesthesia, immunology, and vitamin studies. Through the 1950s he established himself as one of the world’s leading activists against the testing and proliferation of nuclear weapons. The U.S. government branded him a Communist, which he was not, put him under FBI surveillance, and revoked his passport. Pauling responded by speaking out more widely, and in 1962, he won the Nobel Peace Prize, joining the Nobel Prize for Chemistry which he won in 1954. All of Linus Pauling's papers, and those of his wife, were given to Oregon State University, where The Linus Pauling Institute continues to conduct important research.Learn more at the Oregon Encyclopedia (oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/pauling_linus_1901_1994_/ ), and from the Oregon Experience episode, “Linus Pauling” (www.opb.org/television/programs/oregonexperience/segment/linus-pauling/ ) ... See MoreSee Less

Born, raised, and educated in Oregon, Linus Pauling, one of the world’s leading scientists, and the only person to win two unshared Nobel Prizes, died on this day in 1994.
 
As a child, he became fascinated with chemistry and spent hours in a makeshift laboratory in the basement of the boarding house his mother ran in Southeast Portland. He dropped out of Washington High School and studied chemical engineering at Oregon Agricultural College (now Oregon State University) because it charged no tuition. Pauling’s work revolutionized chemistry in the 1930s and 1940s, and his work advanced the fields of structural chemistry, x-ray crystallography, electron diffraction, quantum mechanics, biochemistry, molecular psychiatry, nuclear physics, anesthesia, immunology, and vitamin studies. Through the 1950s he established himself as one of the world’s leading activists against the testing and proliferation of nuclear weapons. The U.S. government branded him a Communist, which he was not, put him under FBI surveillance, and revoked his passport. Pauling responded by speaking out more widely, and in 1962, he won the Nobel Peace Prize, joining the Nobel Prize for Chemistry which he won in 1954. All of Linus Paulings papers, and those of his wife, were given to Oregon State University, where The Linus Pauling Institute continues to conduct important research.

Learn more at the Oregon Encyclopedia (https://oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/pauling_linus_1901_1994_/ ), and from the Oregon Experience episode, “Linus Pauling” (https://www.opb.org/television/programs/oregonexperience/segment/linus-pauling/ )

Portland, OR -- Aug 20, 2019

We still have a few Provenance Hotel Packages available for Feast 2019! Our hotel packages at the Dossier, Hotel Lucia, and the Woodlark include 2 Package passes (access to all of our Main Events!), a 3-night hotel stay and a unique experience crafted by each hotel. Learn more at www.feastportland.com/category/all-events/packages/. ... See MoreSee Less

We still have a few Provenance Hotel Packages available for Feast 2019! Our hotel packages at the Dossier, Hotel Lucia, and the Woodlark include 2 Package passes (access to all of our Main Events!), a 3-night hotel stay and a unique experience crafted by each hotel. Learn more at https://www.feastportland.com/category/all-events/packages/.

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