BASE CAMP WEEK IN SEATTLE

Base Camp Week is a grateful nod for your support of Deschutes’ high risk-high reward brews, from Mirror Pond’s Pale Ale Base Camp to the radical fringes of the craft. Bravely done, oh pioneers.

Deschutes Brewery Farmer's Feast Beer Dinner

The 2nd annual Deschutes Brewery Farmer’s Feast is coming up Saturday, September 11th at 6pm in our Mountain Room.

Deschutes Will Be Rockin' at the Rockabilly Ball in Seattle

Deschutes Brewery is excited to sponsor KEXP's 23rd Annual Shake the Shack Rockabilly Ball on September 23-25 at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.

Pickathon Indie Roots Music Festival 2010

Pickathon Music Festival Portland

Well kids, we're not sure that the Pickathon Indie Roots Music Festival is quite the right title for what is an extraordinary, and a simply riotous collection of some of the best independent music artists around.

PICA turns fifteen and is throwing a party at Holocene

PICA Deelay Ceelay Bravely Done The Portland Institute of Contemporary Art turns 15 this year and to celebrate they are having a hootenanny at Holocene this Friday, July 9th.

An exhibition of nineteen century hand-colored Japanese photographs - June show

The Ampersand Gallery & Bookshop, at 2916 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR., has a June show featuring these amazing hand-colored Japanese photographs.

Robert Ham: Dispatch From Sasquatch (Days Two & Three)

My intention was to have regular updates from the Sasquatch Festival up on the site while the festival was going on, but the Internet service at the event had other ideas. I conceded defeat quickly and decided to instead spend my time concentrating on the almost overwhelming amount of music at my disposal.

I think I made the right decision as almost every one of the bands and performers that I saw on Sunday and Monday hit their marks with deadly accuracy, leaving the often-overflowing crowds ravenous for more.

Guest Post Robert Ham - Dispatch From Sasquatch (Day One)

Sasquatch Festival 2010 Nurses Nurses - Photo: Chona Kasinger/Seattlepi.com

If anyone had any questions about the commercial potential of the roughly drawn http://www.bravelydone.com/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=301genre known as indie, they would easily be put to rest when looking over the sea of thousands of shirtless men, tattooed young women, and gents in bear suits populating the grounds of the Gorge Amphitheatre this weekend.

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