Situated across the Willamette River from downtown, Southeast Portland begins along the eastern banks of the Willamette River, stretching to W Burnside Street in the north, Clackamas in the south and Gresham in the east. Read on to learn more about its neighborhoods, a blend of renovated industrial warehouses, vintage shops, top-notch eateries, artisan distilleries, urban cideries, microbreweries, historic theaters, interurban train tracks, cider cone buttes, Craftsman houses and blue-collar roots.
Once the most popular beverage in Colonial America, hard cider is making a comeback as one of the fastest growing adult beverage markets in the Northwest. To get your bearings on who’s who and what they’re producing, visit Bushwhacker Cider Pub in Portland, Oregon. Opened in September 2010 by owners Jeff and Erin Smith, Bushwhacker […]