After the big 500th review last Friday, it’s back to business as usual this week.And we’ll start with an Oregon brewery that I’ve never had before. In August of 2012, pFriem Family Brewers opened their doors in Hood River, Oregon, about 60 miles east of Portland and right on the border of Oregon and Washington. Since that time they have won numerous awards and were even named The Beer Connoisseur’s Brewery of the Year in 2018. Despite only being available in Oregon and Washington, I was able to get a 16.9-ounce (500 mL) bottle of their Juicy IPA for the very reasonable price of $7. Made with Amarillo, Chinook, Citra, El Dorado, Mosaic, and Vic Secret hops and two types of malts, this IPA has a solid 7.2% ABV and just 35 IBU. Juicy IPA poured a bright golden straw color with some nice haze to it and just under three fingers of fluffy white head topping it all off. The dense foam took it’s time fizzling away but laced the glass nicely on its way down. They used the perfect adjective to describe this brew’s aroma. Loads of tropical fruits gave it an incredibly juicy scent that featured peaches, oranges, mangoes, papayas, white grapes, and a bit of bubblegum. It also gave off a some...