Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel

Embed this content in your HTML


Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels

Channel Catalog

Channel Description:

Live the World. Travel Fantasy Author / Craft Beer Writer / Copywriter
    0 0
    0 0

    Beers Made by Walking - Eugene beers

    8 Beers Inspired by the Southern Willamette Valley in Eugene

    Beers Made By Walking (BMBW) invites brewers to create place-based beers inspired by plants found on nature walks. The first-ever Eugene-focused BMBW beer tapping event features 8 beers/ciders that were inspired by natural areas in the Eugene/Springfield area.

    0 0

    Raise a glass at the McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival

    New article in Lane Monthly Magazine’s November 2015 edition:

    On Nov. 13–14, over 5,000 people will enjoy 190 beers and ciders at the McKenzie Cider & Craft Beer Festival (MCCBF). Presented by the McKenzie After 5 and Springfield Rotary Clubs and held at Springfield’s Willamalane Center,

    0 0

    Thirsty for craft beer news, especially the scene around western Oregon? Here are some of my articles for November 2015:

    Lane Monthly Magazine

    Filling the Festival Void – Lane Monthly

    McKenzie Cider & Craft Beer celebrates its fourth festival!

    0 0

    I’ve lived in Eugene since 2000 and have seen how much this small city is changing—and how it also resists changing. It was really cool to get to write about this balance and conflict for the February 2016 edition of Oregon Business:

    Full article: Oregon Business –

    0 0

    New in the February 2016 edition of the Oregon Beer Growler:

    “Sometimes newlyweds return from their honeymoon and immediately prepare a room for a baby. But for Kiley and Michael Gwynn of Eugene,

    0 0
  • 02/19/16--09:41: Brewing on the wild side
  • Wild beers are such a, well, wild ride. Here’s a new piece about wild beers in Oregon, in The Register-Guard.

    “Think of everything you know about beer: the bitter punch of a Northwest IPA,

    0 0

    Me in a nutshell

    I live in Eugene, Oregon, and have been a self-employed professional writer since 2011—nearly 5 years. I’m the author of 3 (going on 4) travel fantasy books in my Rucksack Universe series. I write about craft beer.

    0 0

    Thirsty for news about Oregon’s craft beer industry? Check out these 2 new articles by me in the October 2016 issue of the Oregon Beer Growler (more in the print and digital edition too):

    Brewing Review and Outlook With Rob Widmer –

    0 0
  • 08/18/17--07:41: 2 new author events
  • Join Anthony St. Clair 2 events in Oregon

    Heya fans and readers, I’ve got 2 new events on the calendar. Please check them out, spread the word, and I hope to see you there!

    You know how sometimes things come together in the most unexpected ways?