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Feature Friday: ColdFire Brewing


About ColdFire Brewing: ColdFire Brewing is a small craft brewery located in Eugene, Oregon. We are motivated by European brewing traditions and inspired by a Northwest aesthetic. We brew small batches, working to refine the art propelled by generations of craftsmen. ColdFire Brewing was born as the dream of Dan and Stephen Hughes, brothers by birth and homebrewers since 2001.…

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Upslope Brewing Keg Collars

Feature Friday: Upslope Brewing


About Upslope Brewing: Upslope began with a homebrewer named Matt, who had a lifelong dream of crafting premium beer for an active lifestyle. Then, Matt met Dany, who owned the world’s southernmost brewery, located in Ushuaia, Argentina. Dany liked brewing beer down south just fine, but he fell in love with a Colorado girl and had to follow his heart.…

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Feature Friday: Bissell Brothers Brewing


About Bissell Brothers Brewing: Founded in 2013 on the pillars of fresh hop-driven flavors served in a distinct environment, and above all dedicated to our home, local market. About Bissell Brothers branding: Best-known for our tri-B insignia, which is prominent in Portland. Our beers are packaged in kegs and cans. The vast majority of cans are sold on-premise at our…

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GoodLife Brewing Keg Collars

Feature Friday: GoodLife Brewing


About GoodLife Brewing: Brewing on a 30 barrel, 4-vessel brew system that was built right here in Oregon, We strive to creates fresh craft ales. Our system is custom designed to produce quality beer. Contemplate the balance it takes to gracefully zip down a tight tree run on your ski’s. This is the image we perceive when we balance a…

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Feature Friday: Health-Ade Kombucha


About Health-Ade Kombucha: ​Health-Ade was founded in 2012 by a husband, wife, and best friend all looking to make the best tasting & highest quality kombucha you can buy and find ways to pioneer the scaling of this very natural process without succumbing to market pressures or compromised quality. Hand-crafted the “old-fashioned way”–the way nature intended–Health-Ade does everything possible to…

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Feature Friday: Hydra Beer Company


About Hydra Beer Co.: Hydra Beer Co. began our formation about a year and a half ago. We are a Sioux Falls, SD based company, and SF is only now just getting caught up on the craft beer front. There are tons of great home brewers, but the production side has been very slow to develop for some reason. I…

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Feature Friday: Borderlands Brewing Co.


About Borderlands Brewing Co.: Borderlands Brewing Co. was founded in 2010 by two avid home brewers, Michael Mallozzi and Myles Stone. Borderlands is located in the Tucson Warehouse Arts District in Tucson Arizona. Their unique location was built in the early 1900’s and served as a Produce Company. Borderlands is committed to producing the highest quality of hand crafted ales…

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Palmetto Brewing Company

Feature Friday: Palmetto Brewing


About Palmetto Brewing Company: Palmetto Brewing Company Founders Ed Falkenstein and Louis Bruce quit their day jobs in 1993 on a mission to bring craft beer to the South. Palmetto Brewing Company was the first brewery in the state of South Carolina, and is considered the “founding father” of Charleston’s craft beer movement. Palmetto’s large brewing facility and 14-tap tasting…

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Camino Beer Company Keg Collars

Feature Friday: Camino Beer Company


About Camino Beer Company: The Camino Beer Company was born during a 1,900 mile bicycle journey along the pilgrimage trail to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. To learn more about how Camino Beer Company came to be, visit here. From the founders: At Camino Beer Company, we love crafting high quality beer, and drinking it with friends old and new. Beer…

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Homestead Hard Cider

Feature Friday: Homestead Hard Cider


About Homestead Cider: Homestead Hard Cider is a company of a few life long friends who fell in love with the craft brewing world and wanted to experience it first hand by starting a cider company. Right after we graduated college in 2012, we started Homestead and have been doing everthing completely independently, even today. We start with farm fresh…

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