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Bull Run Distillery, Scott Paul PDX, Commons Open

On this anniversary of Repeal Day, three new spots open where one can get one's drink on:

NORTHWEST: The long-stewing Bull Run Distillery, the project by House Spirits founder Lee Medoff and partner Patrick Bernards, will open its tasting room doors to the public beginning today — and throughout the month of December, tastings will be free. Hours of operation: 1-6pm, Wednesday to Saturday; noon-4pm, Sunday. [EaterWire]

NORTHWEST: Carlton, Ore.-based winery Scott Paul Wines opened a city-based tasting room and event space over the weekend, on NW Upshur Street (between 25th and 26th). Scott Paul PDX will be the urban home for the winery's upcoming Burgundy and Champagne seminars, tastings, and special dinners — calendar to be announced in the new year. [EaterWire]

CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL: The O's resident beer geek John Foyston reports that yet-another new Portland brewery has debuted over the weekend: Commons Brewery, a project by Beetje Brewery's Mike Wright, opened its tasting room in a SE Tenth space formerly home to Oregon Roofers Supply. Commons focuses on Belgian- and farmhouse-style ales, with brews like an Urban Farmhouse Ale and the "Little Brother," a Belgian dark strong ale. [OregonLive]

Bull Run Distillery

2259 NW Quimby Street, Portland, OR

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