I recently visited the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada, where I got an inside look at local fashion. To be specific, I spent a day hopping around to the many boutique clothing stores around the city. And it suffices to say, I was impressed by what I discovered.
Then they actually read the wall. "Kenny - Cancer can't kill me," it read. They began to wonder who had put the graffiti there, and more importantly, why, when they noticed a few people who had come to take pictures of the vandalized wall.
As the fishing and logging industries left the area, many jobs were lost in Seaside, Ore. Two men wanted to rebuild the town's reputation as a coastal destination. They envisioned opening a small brewery that captured the essence of the state's thriving culture.
Lagunitas Brewing Co. Founder Tony Magee stopped by The Interview Show, hosted by Mark Bazer, at The Hideout in Chicago, to talk about why beer has never been better than it is today, as well as his new planned Chicago digs.
The Oregon Public House, just like many around the city, will have its own beer, serve food and create the perfect environment to spend time with friends and family. It will, however, have one fundamental difference: it will be a nonprofit pub.
The beer of the day was a pumpkin ale, containing 2-row Breiss, Weyermann Pils, Weyermann Munich, Breiss C-60, Weyermann Caramunich, Fawcett Pale Chocolate, Northern Brewer Hops, East Kent Golding Hops and an 18-generation yeast.