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December 18, 2018

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December 12, 2018
I met Jay Brandon six years ago in the course of doing research for my book about the Horse Brass Pub; a wonderful, intelligent man, full of humor and wisdom. Jay filled a huge gap in the story of the pub. Without Jay's love of England and her public houses, there would not have been a Horse Brass Pub for Portland to enjoy to this day. He coined the philosophy of the pub when it opened in 1976, It's a bit of England where good companionship is the order of the day. Thanks to Jay, the pub is replete with authentic British artifacts set within the warm, welcoming interior he had designed. The photo here is of Jay pulling a pitcher of beer in the pub using the beer levers he had purchased in Manchester, England. The founding principle of the pub should be changed, It's a bit of England, and a bit Jay Brandon, where his companionship is the order of the day. I penned a short commentary in memory of Jay which appeared in today's (12 December) issue of The Oregonian. My sincere condolences to his family.
December 12, 2018
I met Jay Brandon six years ago in the course of doing research for my book about the Horse Brass Pub; a wonderful, intelligent man, full of humor and wisdom. Jay filled a huge gap in the story of the pub. Without Jay's love of England and her public houses, there would not have been a Horse Brass Pub for Portland to enjoy to this day. He coined the philosophy of the pub when it opened in 1976, It's a bit of England where good companionship is the order of the day. Thanks to Jay, the pub is replete with authentic British artifacts set within the warm, welcoming interior he had designed. The photo here is of Jay pulling a pitcher of beer in the pub using the beer levers he had purchased in Manchester, England. The founding principle of the pub should be changed, It's a bit of England, and a bit Jay Brandon, where his companionship is the order of the day. I penned a short commentary in memory of Jay which appeared in today's (12 December) issue of The Oregonian. My sincere condolences to his family.
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