Press Releases

Wayfinder Beer Opens This Week
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Hard Frescos Names Watershed Communications Agency of Record
Wednesday, March 16, 2016

New Natural Hard Soda Company Taps Experienced Agency

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Last-Minute Holiday Entertaining Ideas From Nancy’s Cultured Dairy And Soy!
Thursday, December 19, 2013

Still designing the menu and grocery list for your holiday party?

If so, be sure to add Sour Cream and Cream Cheese, longtime staples of the holiday kitchen, to the list. It’s hard to even imagine a holiday gathering without classics like Lipton Onion Soup Mix dip or Aunt Mary’s cheese log on the table.

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Downtown Portland Hosts Free Ugly Sweater Decorating Party at Punch Bowl Social
Monday, November 25, 2013

Downtown Portland is decking the halls with ugly sweaters! People of all ages are invited to Punch Bowl Social in Pioneer Place on Saturday, Dec. 7, where they can decorate holiday sweaters while enjoying free games, holiday treats and more – all while supporting Transition Projects with a warm clothing drive.

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Downtown Portland Gets Dressed for the Holidays: 

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Today, city and business leaders donned festive holiday sweaters and came together to kick off the holiday shopping season and unveil this year’s holiday campaign — a whimsical “ugly sweater” theme that includes dressing up downtown sculptures with knitted festive attire, also called “yarn bombing.”

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FAIR. Spirits Reduces Bottle Weight in New Quinoa Vodka Package Design
Thursday, August 22, 2013

FAIR. Spirits announces the release of a redesigned bottle and label for its flagship product, FAIR. Quinoa Vodka. The new bottle will be available in select stores and restaurants throughout the country as of August 22.

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‘Fall into Fashion’ with Downtown Portland
Monday, August 19, 2013

Fall’s cool weather signals more than just a change of seasons, it means Downtown Portland’s Fall into Fashion is just around the corner. For fashion lovers, fall is when style takes center stage and retailers unveil the newest, hottest trends.

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Bull Run Named One of “America’s Coolest Distilleries” by Travel + Leisure
Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Bull Run Distilling Company has been listed as one of “ America’s Coolest Distilleries” by Travel + Leisure magazine.

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Saffron Fields Vineyard Unveils Plans for New Tasting Facility
Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Saffron Fields Vineyard invites guests to an experience unlike any other at its new tasting room in the Willamette Valley’s Yamhill-Carlton AVA, set to open September 14.

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Oregon Craft Beer Production Once Again Breaks Records
Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Oregon Brewers Guild announced today that Oregon’s breweries crafted 1,296,000 barrels of beer (or roughly 321 million pints) during 2012, an 11 percent increase from the previous year. As employment figures continued to strengthen in Oregon, the state’s brewing companies added more than 900 jobs in 2012 and directly employed more than 6,400 people.

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Laurelwood Brewing Co. Expands Production
Friday, June 21, 2013

Laurelwood Brewing Co. is proud to announce a major expansion into national markets. Contracting with Craft Brew Alliance, Laurelwood is set to increase its production by as many as 15,000 barrels a year, making it finally possible to realize a long held goal of owner Mike De Kalb – packaging Laurelwood beers in 12 ounce glass bottles.

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Make it a Sweet Summer at Castagna

Summer is finally here – and Castagna restaurant is making it a sweet one. Formerly only available to diners “in the know,” the famed Portland restaurant is revealing their three-course dessert tasting menu for all to enjoy.

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Celebrate The Third Negroni Social With A Citywide Celebration
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

On Monday, June 3, Nostrana restaurant will celebrate its third year of the quintessential Italian cocktail by bringing together an invite-only crowd of Portland’s greatest bartending and culinary talents.

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