10000 N.W. Old Cornelius Pass Rd.Hillsboro, OR 97124
(503) 645-3822Fax: (503) firstname.lastname@example.org
21 and over
23window emerges as
one of the area's premier party and festival bands as their interpretations of
classic blues and rock tunes, present day hits, and original music are all
Three For Silver plays Top 40 music from an alternate universe where the BassBanjo is more popular than the electric guitar.
Combining his virtuosic slide and finger-picking technique with powerful and moving vocals, Bob delivers the essence of the blues night after night.
Rock Creek's Bluegrass Jam is a Tuesday tradition in the local bluegrass/old-time community, and new faces are welcome -- perfect for players of intermediate skills and above.
A Cascade Blues association "Best New Act" winner!
La Rivera creates original songs varying from dark-folk fairytales to driving psychedelic epics.
The Twangshifters are BIG, they're IN YOUR FACE and you'll
love every minute of it! This isn't just a band; it's a production. Loud music,
wild burlesque routines, attitude to spare -- we DARE you not to scream.
“We borrowed golf from Scotland as we borrowed whiskey. Not because it is Scottish, but because it is good.” -- Horace Hutchinson
Queen Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry VIII, was said to be able to drink any man under the table. You show ‘em, Betsy!
Which beer is our best-selling ale? Hammerhead, of course. Have a pint or two today!
Give it up for St. Arnold, the patron saint of brewers! His miracle was a tankard of ale that never ran dry… Put him on the invite list.
What was the very first McMenamins pub, opened by Mike and Brian McMenamin? The Barley Mill on SE Hawthorne in Portland.
Does each McMenamins pub brew beer? No – only our 24 brewery-pubs do.
“Wine is bottled poetry.” -- Robert Louis Stevenson
How many McMenamins are there in the Seattle area? Three – Mill Creek, Six Arms and Queen Anne.
What’s the name of the Kennedy brewery? The Concordia Brewery, named for the surrounding neighborhood.
Does each McMenamins pub brew beer? Nope – only our brewpubs and breweries do. They supply our other spots.