Angelo De Ieso

Angelo De Ieso II

Portland, OR

One of the industry’s greatest advocates for the proliferation of craft beer, Angelo is the founder and editor of BREWPUBLIC.com — one of the most popular and highest ranked beer websites in the world, and the number one resource for all things beer in Portland, OR.

Angelo originally hails from the great Northeast, where he spent most of his formative years in Central Maine, after being born in Massachusetts. Since 1998, Angelo has lived and quaffed in Portland, Oregon — where he discovered his true passion for craft beer. Destined to be a writer, Angelo graduated from Portland State University with a degree in Communication.

Angelo garnered much knowledge regarding beer from his experiences working at Belmont Station, Pyramid Brewing, By the Bottle, and from many knowledgable people along the way. He has been an correspondent for the Portland Tribune’s Guest on Tap column, LivePDX.com, and has been featured in publications such as Beer Northwest and PDX Magazine.

Besides running Brewpublic, Angelo works as a beertender at By The Bottle in Vancouver, Washington — where he was named the “Best Bartender” of the “Best Beer Bar” by Northwest Brewing News. He is excited to put his beer expertise, talent for writing, and love for spirits to use as a Mixologist for BeerMixology.com.

Follow Angelo @BREWPUBLIC on Twitter.

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