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Portland's Love Affair with all Things Wet(Beverages)

When it comes to beverages, Portlanders don't mind if they're served hot or cold — they simply want them to be the best. That's why you can't walk more than a few blocks in any direction without bumping into a specialty coffee shop or a local brewpub, where craft brewers are busily creating some of the country's most distinctive beers.

And that's not all Portland offers — it's also the birthplace of Tazo Tea and Oregon Chai. The city itself is nurturing a growing microdistillery movement, while the nearby Willamette Valley produces world-class wines, and Forest Grove, Ore., is home to SakéOne, the world's only American-owned saké brewery.

The following is an overview of the local beverage scene; for a more in-depth look, a dedicated "Liquid Assets" media kit is available from Travel Portland.

Portland loves all things Wet
Portland loves all things Wet



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