Travel: 8 places you must stop for beer on your next Oregon coast road trip

1805: Lewis and Clark enter the Lower Columbia River in what is now the state of Oregon to explore land west of the Mississippi River for westward expansion of the United States.

2018: My friends and I cross the Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Lower Columbia River to explore Oregon’s North Coast Craft Beer Trail, the latest example of Americans’ entrepreneurial spirit and love of good food and drink.

I have long been a fan of the red wines of Oregon, especially the Pinot Noirs. The last time I visited the leafy green state, a number of years ago, I enjoyed more at

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