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Two Redmond Residents Charged With Stealing $2,500 Worth of Dutch Bros. Drinks

Plus, a Camas-area brewery will open a Portland location

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A Dutch Bros drink
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It’s Friday, which means it’s time for the weekly EaterWire round up of all those news items we didn’t quite cover. This week involved a new restaurant from Earl Ninsom and Le Pigeon alums and the opening of the Ataula team’s new restaurant, but a few stories did fall through the cracks:

GOING DUTCH Two residents of Redmond were sentenced to 10 days in jail for stealing $2,500 in free Dutch Bros drinks. The pair allegedly stole several punch cards and used them to score free drinks, also attempting to sell punch cards online. Police found 645 stolen customer loyalty cards on them, as well as an official rubber stamp. [Bend Bulletin]

GRACIE’S AMOVING — Gracie’s Apizza, the St. Johns pizzeria, started as a food cart in North Portland. On Saturday, the food cart will open at its new spot outside Base Camp Brewing, serving its popular wood-fired pies and calzones for Zwickelmania; the cart will reopen on Monday for regular hours. The cart will sling pies Fridays through Wednesdays at 930 SE Oak Street. [Oregonian]

VENGEFUL GRAINS — Camas-area brewery Grains of Wrath will take over the former Lompoc Sidebar space on North Williams. The taproom will also have a full bar of “top-shelf” liquors, brewing in the space as well. Grains of Wrath Portland should be open this spring. [O]

Gracie's Apizza

8737 N Lombard Street, Portland, OR (971) 328-1672 Visit Website

Grains of Wrath Portland

3901A N Williams Avenue, Portland, OR Visit Website

Base Camp Brewing

930 SE Oak St, Portland, OR 97214 (541) 477-7479 Visit Website

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