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Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - West & PNW' started by GSHighlander, Oct 15, 2006.
Just what I need for my next roadtrip! Thanks debuller!
Don't forget Cascade Lakes Brewery in Bend & Redmond or The Silver Moon Brewery in Bend or The Creamery & Mias & Pias in Klamath Falls or .... The State is full of good breweries -- we try; but, can't keep ahead of them. Oregon may have the most micro's, certainly per capita
Try this site too:
Calapooia Brewing makes a really good porter, Pooya Porter
I missed this thread when it was more active but I created a site that builds a gpx file from the data on the beermapping project. You download a gpx file by region; Pacific, Mountain, North Central, or state, etc. The file accesses the data from the beermapping project so it should be up-to-date. Its at:
wow.. nice work moto-trek..
Special thanks tp GS Highlander for brewing it up, Debueller for refining it, and finally Moto-Trek for the final pour.
Now all that is left, is to raise a glass and toast to the new year! Happy New Year everyone
It sounds like the master list is in front of us...the next step is obviously a matter of quality control.
Shouldn't someone make sure these brew pubs actually exist?
Great job everyone!
Stop by my place, I brew my own. Been building Hoppie IPA's my favorite. Only brew 5 gal at a time and takes about a month to ferment. Always up for a new taster. Also if it's tasting to good, got a lot of room for campers.
BTW, my place is in So Ore east of the Cascade mtn's in the High Desert. We'll call it Klamath Falls.
Here's one to ad to the list Walla Walla Brewers (Lat 46° 5'13.44"N Long 118°16'17.28"W ) They have a killer IPA, plus they are right in the heart of a dozen Walla Walla Wineries.
Yummmmmm, I love IPA and pass by Klamath Falls every now and then....
That file will help greatly.
I've tried to build a map for the places I've visited.
Mad River brewery now has a tasting room. Next to the brewery in Blue Lake.
If you go through SW Oregon, be sure to try both Wakabout's and Caldera's beers. Both brew excellent pales and IPAs. I don't know how widely distributed they are as both are small breweries without pubs.
Indian Wells Brewing Co.
The last address is a direct link.