Author: Christelle Koumoué (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore (KGW). — Oregon distilleries and wineries are struggling with yet another shortage amid the pandemic: glass bottles. “Depending on our product, we might choose a different bottle — something that might be in stock ...

PITTSBURGH, PA. (KDKA) — A big wish came true for a 93-year-old beer lover in Pennsylvania. On Monday, reps from Molson Coors Beer Company showed up at Olive Veronesi’s door dropping off ten cases of beer. That’s after she posted ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– A charity event full of hearts *and* hops brought live music and local cuisine to downtown Medford on Saturday. The fourth annual Hearts & Hops fundraiser was put on by the Hearts & Vines Foundation at Pear Blossom ...

Ore. – Senator Ron Wyden is working on a bill that could help craft brewers throughout the United States. The bill aims to permanently reduce taxes and modernize regulations for brewers and other craft beverage makers. In 2016, the brewing ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Common Block Brewing Co. held a “Pint for a Pint” blood drive Tuesday. People who donated one pint of blood received a voucher for a free pint of beer. Right now, the American Red Cross is seeing ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Oregonians love their craft beer but according to recent reports sales may be slowing down in Oregon – and across the nation. According to a business consulting firm, 2017 sales grew by just point .3 percent compared to ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– Police in Josephine County are looking for three men involved in an armed robbery at a market in Grants Pass. According to Oregon State Police, the three suspects walked into the New Hope Market last night. Each ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– Hundreds flocked to Central Point this weekend for southern Oregon’s annual celebration of cheese. The Oregon Cheese Festival, in it’s 14th year, is designed for people to sample a variety of unique cheeses and wines from Oregon ...

Phoenix, Ore. — For the month of October, Southern Oregonians can support local firefighters by buying beer! Ninkasi Brewing and Fire District Five in Phoenix are teaming up to raise money for the Firehouse Five Foundation. “Most of the money ...

Portland, Ore. – Oregon beverage container redemption values are set to increase from the current 5 cents to 10 cents on April 1, 2017. After the Oregon Liquor Control Commission reviewed statewide data, Commissioners determined that the rates of redemption ...

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