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Liquor, cannabis compliance checks in Vancouver set to return to pre-pandemic levels

March 16, 2023, 4:35pm Business

After years of struggles with reduced staffing, officials with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board’s Vancouver branch say they are returning to pre-pandemic levels of enforcement. Read story

Southwest Washington winemakers look for boost in business, identity with AVA application

August 17, 2022, 6:04am Business

To Jennifer English, wine is about place. Each glass tells the story of the land and the environment in which it was grown. Read story

Refrigerated fermentation tanks are visible from Vice Beer's taproom. Some of the tanks are directly connected to tap handles, a rarity in breweries.

Vice Beer brings nostalgic vibe, sour beers to Vancouver

Refrigerated fermentation tanks are visible from Vice Beer's taproom. Some of the tanks are directly connected to tap handles, a rarity in breweries.

August 16, 2022, 8:01pm Business

Vancouver’s newest brewery, Vice Beer, is full of a few firsts for the city: first sour beers served from a slushie machine, first taps that pour directly from the holding tanks in a chilled room viewable from a window and glass door cut into the wall, and the first LUKR… Read story

Co-owner Mark Doleski works behind the scenes at Fortside Brewing Company in Vancouver while his partner, Mike DiFabio, looks on. Fortside is joining a lawsuit that aims to make the Oregon beer market easier to access.

Vancouver-based Fortside Brewing Co. sues Oregon over beer distribution

Co-owner Mark Doleski works behind the scenes at Fortside Brewing Company in Vancouver while his partner, Mike DiFabio, looks on. Fortside is joining a lawsuit that aims to make the Oregon beer market easier to access.

July 28, 2022, 6:03am Business

Vancouver-based Fortside Brewing Co. is joining a lawsuit seeking to allow easier, more affordable distribution of Washington beer into Oregon. The suit also challenges Oregon’s restrictions that don’t allow Washington brewers to ship beer directly to Oregon residents. Read story

The city may allow outdoor seating in parking/loading zones, foreground center, in front of businesses such as Niche Wine Bar in downtown Vancouver.

Vancouver set to give parklets a trial run

The city may allow outdoor seating in parking/loading zones, foreground center, in front of businesses such as Niche Wine Bar in downtown Vancouver.

May 21, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is moving forward with a program that would allow coffee shops and restaurants to set up tables in the streets outside their businesses. Read story

Keyona McDuffie serves lunch to hungry customers while working during the new Stack 571 restaurant’s second full day of business at The Waterfront Vancouver.

Stack 571 opens chain’s 5th location on Waterfront Vancouver

Keyona McDuffie serves lunch to hungry customers while working during the new Stack 571 restaurant’s second full day of business at The Waterfront Vancouver.

August 7, 2019, 6:05am Business

Stack 571, the newest addition to the restaurant lineup at The Waterfront Vancouver, made its debut Sunday evening. The upscale burger and whiskey bar is located on the ground floor of The Rediviva at the Waterfront apartment building, 111 Parkway Place, and is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday… Read story