Chris Nemlowill, co-owner of the Fort George Brewery, has announced that the Fort has re-upped as a Tour de Gulch sponsor. The Fort joins Highlander Cycling and Cyclepath as platinum sponsors of this year’s event. [caption id="attachment_4862" [Continue Reading]
We appreciate the efforts of the sponsors of Tour de Gulch XII – Boone Dog Bikes, Fort George Brewery, and the Bike Garage. Please support them in any way you can. Boone Dog Bikes has been a TDG sponsor since 2004. Jason Moon carries a compehensive product [Continue Reading]
Sign-up Hits 60 The 12th Annual Tour de Gulch has reached max ridership of 60, or – if you’re talking to my wife – 50. Sign-up is now closed. If you or a friend would like to be added to the waiting list, let me know ASAP. I will notify you if we [Continue Reading]
Gearing Up: Cage Aaron established himself as the 2009 GG5K favorite by racking up a time of 4:15 during a practice run last week. Fellow PUMP member Dennis Veatch said Aaron was not really pushing himself and should have a legit shot at a sub-four hour finish. GG [Continue Reading]
Additions and Deletions: Due to circumstances beyond their control, defending champion Bob Stanton – along with Ryan McMaster, Paul Prouxl, and Sam Loney – have withdrawn from the 2009 Growlers Gulch 5,000. Todd Edwards and Three Rivers Cycling guru [Continue Reading]
Northwest Coast Magazine, Winter 2008
World-class beer is the most obvious product of the craft-brewing revolution that has swept the Pacific Northwest in recent years. But brewpubs that get it right are also great places, where a sense of comfort and community are at the top of the menu.
The Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria gets it right. Continue reading Fort George Brews Great Beer, Community Connections