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From: martin wilde <martin@daw_302.hf.intel.com>
Subject: Re: Re: State with most micros/brewpubs per capita
Date: 1992-05-29 19:32:04 GMT

Not to be outdone:

> As I understand, and I'm sure I'll be corrected if I'm wrong :-),
> Vermont has the largest number of micros/brewpubs per capita:
>
> Population: circa 550,000
> Micros/Brewpubs:
> Catamount
> Vermont Pub & Brewery
> Mountain Brewers (Long trail ale)
> Otter Creek
> 2 others in brattleboro I believe, but only counting the 4 above,
> we get about 1 micro/brewpub per 150,000 residents.

> Rich

Oregon ---

Population: circa 3,250,000
Micros/Brewpubs:
Widmer Brewing/BrewPub (2) - Portland
FullSail Brewing/BrewPub (2) - Hood River, Portland
Bridgeport Brewery/BrewPub - Portland
Oregon Trail Brewery/BrewPub - Corvalis
SteelHead Brewery/BrewPub - Eugene
Deschutes Brewery/BrewPub - Bend
Umpqua Brewery/BrewPub - Roseburg
Rogue Brewery/BrewPub (2) - Ashland, Newport
Portland Ale/BrewPub - Portland
McMenamins - (10) - Hillsdale, Salem, Eugene, Roadhouse, Oak Hills, Edgefield,
Lincoln City, Fulton, Highland, Murray Road.

There maybe 2 others I believe, but only counting the 22 above,
we get about 1 micro/brewpub per 147,000 residents...

If you just look at Portland metro area alone:
15 Micros/BrewPubs/1.5 million people, you get 1 micro/brewpub per 100,000
residents. People have said there are more McMenamins Pubs/Brewpubs in
the Portland area than McDonalds... (better food at least - A pint of
ale beats a BigMac anyday!!!).


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