This story is important to us at MarxWatch because this represents the original purpose for this site. We intended to discover Marxist hide-outs by your reports of low-key communist activity in locations open to the public. Cider Riot is an example of the sort of business that could take hold in your locality if you don’t keep a watchful eye on the red menace.
Riot at Cider Riot
The following videos will illustrate what took place on May Day 2019 at Cider Riot in Portland, OR. Patriotic activists, who seemed to know this location as a watering hole for Marxists, approached Cider Riot to film their clients, exposing them as communists. The following videos show the events that then transpired. Ask yourself, as you watch: is this acceptable behavior for bar clients? is it acceptable for a bar not to eject clients behaving this way?
Thanks to his inability to resist playing the victim, we can discuss the Cider Riot owner and publicly available information about him.
Abram Goldman-Armstrong1 2 is the owner of Cider Riot. Goldman-Armstrong has been in the cider business since 1999 at the latest, according to his kickstarter page for Cider Riot1 2. He had made a name for himself in brewing by 2008, appearing in Brewpublic1 2 wearing overtly communist headgear.
He was arrested for reckless burning in Utah1 2 in 2011, gifting us one of the above photographs. Today, it need not be said, he is the owner of Cider Riot in Portland, OR, a bar and brewery; Cider Riot conveniently lists all of the stores that stock and bars that serve its brews1 2.
Please do not harass Abram Goldman-Armstrong using this information.
It is by knowing where Marxists, the enemies of civilization, congregate that freedom-loving Americans can get ahead in this struggle to keep America free. With this knowledge of Cider Riot’s whereabouts, adventurous patriots could infiltrate their local Marxist revolutionary community, discover their illegal plans, and turn them in to police.
Alternatively, what do you think happens to Cider Riot if all of the stores and bars that purchase their brews cease to do so under customer outcry?