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Baerlic Brewing Will Open a New Beer Garden on NE Alberta

Plus, celebrated Bellingham brewery Chuckanut is opening a Portland location

People sitting at the bar inside Baerlic
The bar at Baerlic. Baerlic is opening a new location on NE Alberta
Ron Scott

Baerlic Brewing Will Open a New Taproom and Beer Garden on Alberta

After seven years brewing hoppy ales in Portland, Baerlic is heading to Alberta later this year to open its third location. Baerlic Brewing is taking over the former Townshend’s and Brew Dr. space, with 50 seats inside and a much larger beer garden behind the main taproom. The taproom will offer eight beers to start, graduating to around 20 taps over time. Baerlic currently runs two locations around Portland: One shared space with Ranch Pizza, and another taproom and food cart pod on Halsey. [O]

Chuckanut Is Rolling into Portland

The award-winning Chuckanut Brewery is planning to open a Portland taproom. Chuckanut, known for its German-style beers, has applied for a liquor license in Southeast Portland at 920 SE Caruthers Street. The brewery’s team doesn’t have a good idea of when the beer hall will open, but for now, Chuckanut beers can be found in taphouses around the country. [O]

Cheese Bar Lives on at Montelupo

Earlier this year, Tabor destination Cheese Bar said goodbye to its home after about a decade in the neighborhood. But cheesemonger Steve Jones has now moved into the Italian restaurant Montelupo, curating a rotating selection of Italian and American cheeses each week for the restaurant’s deli. To start, customers might find things like Narragansett Creamery burrata, Pecorino Tuada from Bertagni, Parmigiano Reggiano, and more. The cheeses are available from noon to 8:30 p.m. daily. [EaterWire]

In Other News...

Great Notion just dropped a new lumberjack mobile game. [WWeek]
Hungry Tiger has reopened after a lengthly closure. [WWeek]
Willamette Valley Vineyards is opening a new winery in the Dundee Hills, as well as four new restaurants. [PBJ]

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