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Non-McMenamins Beer (All Years) — Album Description
Photos in Album: 72 Album Created: 11 Mar 2017 Last Updated: 4 Dec 2017
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I’ve been trying a lot of different McMenamins beers during the two-​year course of my McMenamins Passport adventure. In or­der to organize and present those beer experiences, I have re­cent­ly created two new conglomerate ‘super-​albums’: McMenamins Beer (All Years) and a complete, detailed, sortable listing of all the Mc­Men­a­mins beers I have tried.

But why should McMenamins beers get all the attention? As I wrote in Breweries and Pubs in Portland and Beyond:
According to the Oregon Craft Beer Web site, there are cur­rent­ly more than 194 brewing companies operating more than 234 fa­cil­i­ties in 72 cities dotting every region of the state. These brew­er­ies are con­coct­ing thousands of different beers — over 6,700 in Port­land alone! Wow! That’s pretty impressive!
It’s even more impressive now, exactly a year later, because Or­e­gon now has 230 brewing companies operating 261 facilities in 73 cities. And PortlandBeer.org is tracking over 10,000 beers from 96 brew­er­ies in the Portland area! So many beers, so little time!

Of course, I have tasted only a tiny fraction of all the beers craft­ed in Oregon. But those which I have and taken photos of — over 30 and counting — can now be viewed and explored in this new con­glom­er­ate ‘super-​album’. New beers will be added as I have the opportunity to try them. Cheers!
The photos in this album were taken with the  Olympus OM-D E-M5,  Olympus Stylus TG-2  and  Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS50  cameras.
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