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No. 48: March/April 2014


FEATURES

Follow the 5
An imbiber’s ultimate road trip up Interstate 5.
WEB EXTRA: The perfect Capitol Hill bar crawl.
WEB EXTRA: An imbiber’s guide to Portland’s Central Eastside bar scene.
WEB EXTRA: Bar historian Doug Kenck-Crispin shares a list of his favorite classic Portland bars.
WEB EXTRA: Bartender Michael Shea’s perfect day in Portland.
WEB EXTRA: Cocktail/coffee geek Alex Negranza takes us on a tour of his favorite Seattle spots.
WEB EXTRA: Shaun Layton uncovers his favorite eating and drinking spots in Vancouver, BC.
WEB EXTRA: A guide to Portland breweries.
WEB EXTRA: Where to eat, drink and sleep in Willamette Valley Wine Country.
BONUS RECIPE: A New Hope
BONUS RECIPE: Chinato Cup
BONUS RECIPE: Chocolate and Scotch Milkshake
BONUS RECIPE: Ginger Bramble
BONUS RECIPE: Heaven
BONUS RECIPE: It’s Not So Bad Aperol
BONUS RECIPE: Kentucky River
BONUS RECIPE: Lilac City Collins
BONUS RECIPE: Mezcal and Caramel Shake
BONUS RECIPE: Pomelito
BONUS RECIPE: Primrose Hill

 

Around the Bend
Once fueled by timber, the outdoorsy Oregon town is now powered by craft beer. READ»

 

Roads Less Traveled
Northwest distillers explore new paths in pursuit of a taste of place.
WEB EXTRA: Our favorite Northwest-made whiskeys.

 

In Plain Sight
Uncovering uncommon varietals in the vineyards of Washington and Oregon. READ»

 

Long Shot
When it comes to coffee, Seattle and Portland are the cities that could.
WEB EXTRA: Where to score a perfect cup in Seattle.


DEPARTMENTS

Uncorked A small-batch tonic from Seattle makes waves among Northwest bartenders, rhubarb cocktails usher in spring to the Northwest, and Portland chef Andy Ricker chats about drinking vinegars, chicken wings and drinking in the Pacific Northwest.
BONUS RECIPE: Bonnie Wee Lass
BONUS RECIPE: Morning Bell
BONUS RECIPE: Rhubard Cooler
BONUS RECIPE: The Head Spin

 

Behind the Bar Wayne Curtis uncovers the storied history of one of Portland’s most colorful saloons. READ»

 

Taste-Test Northwest espresso blends that venture off the beaten path.

 

Gear Drinks-inspired goods made for a two-wheeling crowd.

 

Elements Northwest bartenders use IPAs to pack a punch in their cocktails. READ»

Characters Steven Smith circles the globe in a single cup of tea.

 

Mix It Up DIY Douglas fir liqueur adds a little greenery to your glass.

 

Cravings Beer-soaked ice cream from a favorite Seattle scoop shop.

 

Quench The Northwest’s seasonal gloom is no match for hot chocolate.


RECIPES

Cocktails Rhubarb Ración, 46, Café Nico, Ode to Terry, Roll Pin Shandy, End of Days, Roadler Punch, Meiji Mule, White Elephant, Party Cat, Ace of Clubs, Evergreen, New Toronto

 

Cravings Chocolate Milk Stout Ice Cream


DIY Homemade Douglas Fir Liqueur

 

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