This mansion was built in 1901 by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Julius Berwind, who had made their fortune in the coal industry. It was designed as a replica of a castle in France. Like most Newport mansions, the tour comes with an audio guide. You'll enter into a beautiful lobby, with marble and a grand staircase that leads to 5 bedrooms and lounges. There is also a beautiful winter garden where the owner hosted card games until his death at an advanced age. In the basement, you'll find a spacious, beautiful kitchen. You can also visit the gardens and grounds.
Some say it’s the best brewery in America. For $6, you can make your own decision. The home of this famous American small brewer sits in the bay in Newport, Oregon. It’s definitely a working site, and to get to the tiny tasting room you first have to cross the warehouse floor, then climb the dark stairs. Rogue has been made here since 1989. Once upstairs, for $6 or so you can get a platter of a small glasses of a handful of beers. In total, Rogue brewers several dozen styles; my opinion is that the darks are the best – beers like a black IPA, hazelnut brown, double chocolate stout, and the mocha porter.