Hopworks asked me to join the crew at the The Oregon Hophouse recently as they harvested hops. You can read my report and see more images at the Hopworks site here.
Somewhere in the Northwest, temporarily tucked in a little black and yellow box with eleven of its buddies, is Hopworks bottle number one million which slid off the tiny bottling line late last week. I stopped by the brewery yesterday to shoot the new-and-improved 22-ounce Abominable Winter Ale bottle as it came off that same… Continue reading Million bottle milestone
Hopworks Urban Brewery Well I think it finally happened today. The sun came out. The temperature soared to 77 degrees. It felt like summer. A four pack of these 16-ouncers from Hopworks will seem all the more welcome. You’ll be able to stop by the store and grab a four pack of these brews –… Continue reading Hopworks in a Can
Bouldering Bike Bands Breaking Big Beers. Bizarro! Saturday was the third year for Biketobeerfest at Hopworks and it was quite a party. Rain fell, and in true Portland fashion, there was somber talk of the moisture marking the end of summer. Yet, those same people took some time to toss a bike, cheers on some… Continue reading Biketobeerfest – Hopworks rings in the Fall
2007 Back in 2006 and 2007, I could often be found prowling around what was soon to become Hopworks Urban Brewery looking for a picture. Things were still under construction and that’s how I liked it. Every time a wall was torn down, new relics from the building’s past life were revealed. And every time… Continue reading Hopworks in the Bottle
© Tim LaBarge 2009 I was up the street at Hopworks on Saturday. It was the last weekend of summer and so there were any number of festivals, races and events a person could have done. But how could you miss cold beer and Huffy tossing? It was a bike-crazy-Portland kind of event…so I posted… Continue reading Biketobeerfest
This guy must have known what was coming… Hopworks Urban Brewery opened last week. There might have been more bikes than cars in the parking area. One more reason to love Portland. I keep meaning to post a slide show of the progression of that project. It was fun to follow. In the mean time,… Continue reading First in line
I stopped by Hopworks Wednesday and the place was buzzing with activity getting ready for Tuesday’s big opening. Brewer Ben Love was coaching the staff on the subtleties of the beers. Electricians Danny and Kyle were studying their final lighting project. Carpenters were building benches. Artists Cheyenne and Ed were hanging Cheyenne’s artwork. Electricians helped… Continue reading Coming Together
I’ve been photographing off and on for the past year and a half up the street as brewmaster Christian Ettinger and crew transform the old Sunset Fuel building into Hopworks Urban Brewery. Folks in the neighborhood are excited to have someone with vision and energy commit to such a huge project in a stretch of… Continue reading Cold beer, here.
I spent the morning photographing brewer Ben Love at Hopworks Urban Brewery… © Tim LaBarge 2008