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Tasting room only.  Non-brewery establishment.

F-T

Offers brewery behind-the-scene facility tours

FD

Brewery offers FOOD.

ORG

Brewery produces organic beer

Received a medal at the World Beer Cup for their beers
 

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BREWERY EVENTS

BREWPUBLIC KillerBeerWeek 2014

October:

Killer Beer Week - Various Portland locations:  Killer Beer Week includes a diverse lineup of craft beer events throughout the Portland metro area.

February:

Beer enthusiasts rejoice, Oregon's breweries open their doors once again for the annual Zwickelmania.

This year, there's even more to celebrate. The festivities will span two weekends! Portland area breweries kicked off the party on February 18th. And now breweries throughout the rest of Oregon welcome guests Saturday, February 25th from 11a.m. to 4p.m.

April:

Enjoy craft beer, wine, spirits and food and shop the wares of art and craft vendors at this spring festival--admission is free to the first 500 guests on Friday!

https://www.springbeerandwinefest.com/

Holiday Ale Festival

December:

The annual Holiday Ale Festival returns to Portland's PioneerHoliday Ale Festival Courthouse Square.

Featuring more than four dozen big, bold ales to fend off the cold chill of a winter night, attendees stay warm and dry under clear-topped tents that cover the venue, while gas heaters create a cozy ambiance beneath the boughs of the region's largest decorated tree. In addition to beer tasting, the festival also features on-site food and event merchandise.

June:

An annual lineup including Fat Head's, Bridgeport, 10 Barrel, Deschutes, Backpedal & more

Coming off a successful first year, the Pearl District Business Association is once again hosting the Pints in the Pearl festival, which takes place along historic NW 13th Avenue between Davis and Hoyt Streets. The Pearl District has some amazing craft breweries—join us as we celebrate these makers who will be pouring special beers on tap. You can also sample delicious eats from some of the Pearl’s best restaurants. Live music, games, and other family-friendly activities will be offered at this free event. For a chance to try some of the one-of-a-kind brews, starting May 11, 2017 for $25 you can pre-purchase a pint package, which includes a special collector’s edition stainless-steel pint glass, as well as tokens good for two full pints from your favorite beer maker! Visit pintsinthepearl.com for more information and to buy tickets.

PDX BEER WEEK

June:

PDX Beer Week: The region’s top brewers join forces with some of Portland’s best- known snack spots for limited-edition pints and plates, plus 11 days of beer-filled events.

September:

50 breweries are coming to Hood River to celebrate these fleeting, seasonal brews, with nearly 70 fresh-hop beers on tap.

Awarded silver medal for best beer festival from Willamette Week, Oregon Beer Awards, the Hood River Hops Fest is an annual celebration of beer's bitter friend, freshly harvested hops. Hood River County is surrounded by world-renowned hop growing regions, and since 2003 brewers have gathered each September in downtown Hood River to share their fresh-hop beer creations.

Oregon Craft Beer

While Portland is rightly renowned for its vibrant beer culture, with beer events and festivals occurring regularly throughout the year, summer is when things really go to another level entirely. Allow our concierge to find all the events.

Check out the events before you go to see if there's anything you shouldn't miss.



... Whether your wanting to see the famous copper kettles from Nordlingen, Germany; hit rock bottom at Rock Bottom or just want a place to gather with your fellow beer fanatics...My Chauffeur recommends an early day weekend ride on The Portland Brew Bus, as you are not likely to imbibe lightly. We encourage you to drink responsibly and order a professional designated driver!  All participants must be at least 21 years old...

 

'BREWERY LIST'

Portland's Small But Mighty Breweries! (+ Hood River & Astoria)

'TOP 50' LIST OF PORTLAND MICROBREWS

(List in no particular order. Addresses are at the bottom of the listing or via breweries website. Open hours should be checked and confirmed):

  1. Widmer Brothers (929 N. RUSSELL ST.) F-T  FD - It's Portland's largest and has been around for 30 years and is the brewery that introduced seasonal beers to the United States. It is most famous for Hefeweizen, but has a good slate of offerings for any taste bud. The menu for food here is pretty good, too. The brewery offers tours and sells all sorts of beer-related items. 929 N. RUSSELL ST. Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:00am - 10:30pm; Friday - Saturday 11:00am - 11:00pm. TAKE A WIDMER BROTHERS BREWERY TOUR FOR JUST $5 (Mondays - Thursdays at 3pm; Fridays at 2:00pm & 3:00pm;Hop Czar Saturdays at 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm & 3:00pm; Sundays at 1:00pm & 2:00pm) If you have a group of 5 or more, please call (503) 281-3333 for reservations.

  2. BridgePort (1313 NW MARSHALL ST. | 3632 SE Hawthorne Blvd.) F-T FD - Oregon's oldest craft brewery at 30 years old, producing high quality innovative ales. There are two pub locations in Portland, one in the Northwest (in the historic Pearl District in a century-old warehouse on the National Historic Register-brick and old-growth timber) and one in Southeast, to cover you no matter what side of the Willamette River you find yourself on. Its IPA recently won the world-championship trophy, and it will be served to you in "Imperial" pints - that's 20 ounces. Take a free tour if you want to see how it all comes together (Saturday's at 1, 3 & 5pm or by appt.). 1313 NW MARSHALL ST. | 3632 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Hours - Tuesday - Thursday 11:30am - 11:00pm; Friday - Saturday 11:30am - 12:00am; Sunday - Monday 11:30am - 10:00pm

  3. Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) (2 locations @ 2944 SE POWELL. 503-232-4677 | 3947 N WILLIAMS AVE. (Hopworks BikeBar) F-T  FD ORG - Eco-brewpub with hand-crafted organic beer and fresh local ingredients (they walk the talk of reduce, reuse, recycle!). Tours available. VIDEO.  Hours: Sunday–Thursday 11:00am–11 pm; Friday–Saturday 11:00am–midnight

  4. Hair of the Dog Brewing Co. FD - (61 SE YAMHILL ST.) - Hours can be limited (TUE-SAT 11:30AM - 10PM, SUN 11:30AM - 8PM). Taste up to 8 rare beers on tap. With industrial garage doors thrown open, you'll taste little-known beer varieties. Try the Fred (10%!) or Doggie Claws (11.5%!!)  (Like Young Guns II or the video for Michael Jackson's “Black or White” a full accounting of Hair of the Dog's importance requires some historical context. When Alan Sprints opened his brewery in 1993, Americans simply didn't make barrel-aged or bottle-conditioned beers. Sprints found inspiration on a trip to Belgium. The brewery reserves special releases for its taproom, and Sprints is now a local legend and the type of guy who gets flown down to L.A. to host tastings at fancy pizzerias. Almost everything Hair of the Dog makes is impressive, even if it's not as unique as it once was. The tasting room is a great place to sample pricey barrel-aged beers from the keg-or spring for a bottle of the 1994 vintage of Adam, 12 ounces of local history priced at $50. Big, boozy beers that age well. Order from the vintage list in the taproom or if you'd like to taste a few draft beers at one time, ask to “walk the dog.” MARTIN CIZMAR. WW)

  5. Coalition Brewing Co. (2724 SE Ankeny St.) - Even if it's only about 3 years old, Coalition is very much a classic Portland brewpub. Though it now bottles and cans, Coalition's soul is an inviting tasting room where a neighborhood crowd shows up to chat while serviced by some of our town's friendlier bartenders. The flagship Two Dogs IPA is magnificently balanced, with the crisp bitterness of dandelion leaves and a melty caramel sweetness. It's a throwback to when IPAs offered floral, zesty complexity instead of stinging acidity. It was a beer I remembered loving, even as I sipped my first pint. Founders Kiley Hoyt and Elan Walsky started as homebrewers participating in Widmer Brothers' collaboration project, and the brewery pays it forward with a similar Coalator program. The Coalator Program brings home brewers into their brewery so they can brew their best recipes. Ask if a Coalator beer is on tap, and taste just how good home brew can be. MARTIN CIZMAR. WW  2724 SE Ankeny St., 894-8080  HOURS: Tues-Fri 3pm-12am, Sat-Sun 12pm-12am.

  6. Breakside Brewery (820 NE Dekum St. & 5821 SE International Way, Milwaukie) F-T  FD - In 2016 they received a silver medal at the World Beer Cup for their Smoked Porter and bronze for their Will's Altbier and ESB. "Most breweries trade in kegs, pints or bottles. North Portland's Breakside does its best work with taster trays. The brewery's year-round offerings are solid-the choco-chili Aztec is one of our top 10 beers-but given that Breakside made a staggering 83 different brews last year, try as many nips as you can. A 4-ounce pour is often the right portion, too, with options ranging from pleasantly interesting offerings like ultra-hot Szechuan Blonde and super-smoky Toro Red, to over-salty Cucumber Gose and an overly herbal Nordic Porter. But that's all part of the fun at this brewery, which pours beers made with beets and rooibos tea next to ambitious pub fare, including an opulent $10 hummus plate that's actually worth $10." MARTIN CIZMAR WW.  820 NE Dekum St., 719-6475. HOURS: Noon-10 pm Sunday, 3-10 pm Monday-Thursday, noon-11 pm Friday-Saturday.

Breakside Brewery-Slabtown (1570 NW 22nd ave.) FD - The space impresses: window-paneled garage doors and a larger-than-life mural mark the entrance. With two stories and two bars (soon to be three when the rooftop is completed), the Slabtown brewpub will offer 16 of its exclusive beers on tap and spruced-up pub grub-like massive cheese and meat-filled tater tots, jalapeńo poppers, and Jacobsen Salt-finished nachos!

  1. The Commons Brewery - In 2012 they received a bronze medal at the World Beer Cup for their signature Urban Farmhouse Ale. The Commons takes a cue from French and Belgian brewing traditions, less hoppy. "...The Commons Urban Farmhouse Ale-a respectfully traditional and very charming saison-is our Beer of the Year. It's an honor that wasn't won with a single glass or bottle, but by becoming a beloved standby. In a town where it's impossible to keep up with every exciting new brew, Urban Farmhouse achieved the difficult feat of becoming a beer worth going back to, again and again. At only 5.3 percent alcohol by volume and $7 for a 750-milliliter bottle, it's a beer that begs to be enjoyed regularly. We've popped bottles at the beach, at dinner parties and after long days at work. Commons' effervescent Urban Farmhouse is subtle, interesting and, above all, consistently gratifying."

    "... The Commons Brewery, on the other hand, is nothing like the rural farms where the beer was born. Wright wasn't prepared to jump right into being a proper publican, so his industrial space doesn't even have seats, let alone a kitchen. It does, however, have exactly what he pined for in his polo-shirt days.

    “You can buy full glasses of beer and you can walk around the brewery and touch the equipment,” he says. “You're in it. You can walk through the brewery and see all the recipe sheets hanging right there. That's something I always wanted when I was on the consumer side. I was the one with my face pressed to the glass, looking down into the brewery.” WW 1810 SE 10th Ave. (entrance on SE Stephens btwn 10/11th, 343-5501, 5-9 pm Thursday-Friday, 2-9 pm Saturday.

  2. Ecliptic Brewing -(825 N Cook St. 265-8002) - In 2016 they received a GOLD medal at the World Beer Cup for theirCapella Porter. "You may not have yet stopped by EclipticEcliptic Brewing Brewing, but you've almost certainly had John Harris' beer. The Oregon brewing luminary perfected the recipes for some of the state's most iconic brews, including Deschutes' Black Butte Porter and McMenamins' Hammerhead. Harris spent three decades working under others, most recently at Full Sail. Now, he's his own boss, running a just-opened brewpub in a colossal former auto-body shop off Mississippi Avenue. The space pays homage to Harris' love of astronomy, with constellations pinpricked in the concrete walls and a chandelier shaped like a lopsided figure eight to represent the sun's path through the sky. The beers, accordingly, are named after stars. Try the supremely balanced Procyon Pale Ale or the Spica Hefepils, which is bottom-fermented like a Pilsner but unfiltered-it's a cloudy golden lager with a pleasant, lingering bitterness. On a recent Friday, the place was packed, with grown-ups eating trout po' boys and kids munching on grilled cheese. I'll be back in a few weeks-Harris plans to roll out new beers around the solstices and equinoxes, and next up is a hearty winter ale." WW SUN - THURS 11AM - 10PM | FRI - SAT 11AM - 12AM | HAPPY HOUR 3PM - 6PM DAILY

  1. Deschutes Brewery & Public House - FD (210 NWDeschutes brewery.jpg 11th Ave.) This Portland-outpost brewpub is a tight-tabled Pearl District beer barn, not overtly pleasant, but one settles in immediately upon tasting its rotating array of interesting seasonals and experimentals. Winter favorites included the Cassis Abbey, a wine-stained black currant sour with a dry finish, and the fireplace comforts of the house's Bomb Squad Smoked Imperial, which clambers back to tickle the entire top of the palate, and maybe even the sinuses, before settling into dark chocolate. So even if you're rammed too close to

    DESCHUTES HOURS

    Sun-Tues

    11am-10pm

    Wed-Thurs

    11am-11pm

    Fri-Sat

    11am-12am

     some dude who just tricked out his Dodge Ram for no reason at all, the taster tray will soon distract you, and the servers are overworked but quick on delivery. And their garlic burger comes with whole cloves of garlic so soft you can spread them around! MATTHEW KORFHAGE. WW  

  2. Rogue Ales Public House FD - (1339 NW Flanders) Rogue is a small revolution, which expresses itself through handcrafted Ales, Porters, Stouts, Lagers and Spirits, and this is the way they conduct their business. The spirit of the Rogue brand, even the name, suggests doing things differently, a desire and a willingness to change the status quo. They believe if a Rogue Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager or Spirit cannot be all of these things, it should not be made at all. Hours: Sunday - Thursday: 11AM - 12AM; Friday & Saturday: 11AM - 1AM; Sunday: 11AM - 11PM

  3. Portland Brewing/ Pyramid Brewing (2730 NW 31st) FD - Home of McTarnahan's Taproom/Pyramid Breweries. Every year Portland Brewing has a charity keg-tossing contest, and the throwers have to wear kilts! The Taproom with their great copper brewing tanks in Northwest Portland serves up great pints or samples and food to go with them. Portland Brewing offers a tasty core of staple beers throwing some great seasonal mixes in to keep it interesting. 2730 NW 31st. HOURS: Monday 11:00am - 9:00pm; Tuesday - Thursday 11:00am - 10:00pm; Friday 11:00am - 11:00pm; Saturday 12:00pm - 11:00pm; Sunday 12:00pm - 9:00pm

  1. Back Pedal Brewing - The rotating house brews are varied in flavor, but consistent in fresh taste. They also offer guest taps which I've found to be thoughtfully curated, and when I'm torn on what to try the staff is wonderful - knowledgeable, friendly, and laid-back. YELP  Mon-Fri 3-10pm; Sat 11-11pm; Sun 11-8pm - 1425 nw Flanders St. (971) 400-5950

  2. Baerlic Brewing - "Of their five year-round beers, I prefer the Noble Oatmeal Stout. That said, there's something for every taste. Whether you prefer dark or light, hops or malt, strong or sessionable, one of the 12 taps will speak to you." YELP  2235 SE 11TH ave. OPEN MON-THURS 4-10, FRI 2-12, SAT 12-12, SUN 12-9  (503) 477-9418 Culmination Brewing

  3. Culmination Brewing FD - "The atmosphere and setting is charming, the beer is solid, and the hospitality is excellent... I enjoyed a Brett IPA. This was a damn' fine beer, very well balanced and not too hopped up. I love hops, though. I would re-order and re-order this one." YELP  2117 NE Oregon St. HOURS: Monday- Thursday: 12-9pm; Friday: 12-10pm; Saturday: 12-10pm; Sunday: 12-9pm  (971) 254-9114

  4. Ex Novo - "In addition to the amazing beers and scrumptious provisions... it also donates 100% of its net profits to organizations changing the community and the world for the better... If they have the scotch ale on tap then give it a try or five." YELP  Monday – Thursday: 3PM - 10PM  //  Friday: 3PM - 11PM; Saturday: 12PM - 11PM  //  Sunday: 12PM - 10PM - 2326 N Flint Ave  (503) 894-8251

  5. Great Notion Brewing - FD "Juice Sr. is a citrusy IPA that has the smoothest finish I've ever had in an IPA. It has just the right amount of hoppy, floral notes. It is an extremely potent beer at 8.2%, but you'd never know it while drinking it. I can'tEdgefield recommend this beer enough." YELP  Sun-Thurs 12pm-10pm; Fri and Sat 12pm-11 pm - 2204 NE Alberta St. (503) 548-4491

  6. McMenamin's - If you enjoy your beer with great atmosphere and a side of local history, don't miss 1 or 2 of the dozens of pubs operated by the McMenamin Brothers. Take your pick from any of the McMenamin's locations sprinkled all over town and the outlying areas (See below for listings). This is an institution in Portland. Buildings run the gamut from renovated historic hotels, grade schools to old, restored movie theaters. McMenamin's beers offer a full range of microbrews, with some great seasonals like Purple Haze.  Some of our favorites are the Kennedy School, Ringlers Annex and Edgefield, a great property as an old county poor farm, is a designated National Historic Landmark and has a winery & distillery too. My Chauffeur Brewpub Tours also does a McMenamin's Cosmic Beer Tour, check it out HERE. Cheers!

  7. Gigantic Brewing Co.

    5224 SE 26TH AVE., PORTLAND, OR 97202 503-208-3416
  8. Alameda Brewhouse FD - 4765 NE FREMONT ST.

  9. Green Dragon Bistro & Pub - Operated by Rogue Ales, head to the Green Dragon, a popular gathering spot for craft beer aficionados. With 62 beers on tap and events that include Meet-the-Brewer nights and Aloha Tuesday (wear a Hawaiian shirt and your second pint is free), the Dragon is not to be missed. Join them annually in mid-October for their Killer Pumpkin Festival, part of BrewPublic's Killer Beer Week! While you're there, try some of the Buckman Botanical Brewery beers brewed on-site. The low- and no-hop beers are made with herbs, spices, flowers and tea.

  10. (503)820-7721

  11. Apex Beer Bar - Near historic Ladd's Addition, Apex is a serious beer bar with 50 taps and an impressive bottle list, a craft-beer mecca. There, long communal picnic tables are packed with people on summer nights and even some drizzly days. But that shouldn't be too much of a surprise-this is Portland; we drink beer no matter the weather.

  12. Upright Brewing - Tucked away in the basement of the Leftbank Building across from the Rose Garden Arena, this tasting room is only open Friday - Sunday.  Those in the know go here to quaff pints of Belgium-inspired, farmhouse-style ales in what feels like the Batcave of Portland Beerdom.  240 N Broadway.  Open from Thu 5-Cascade Brewing Barrel House9pm, Fri 4:30-9pm, Sat 1-8pm, Sun 1-6pm.

  13. Cascade Barrel House FD - Cascade Barrel House is particularly interesting, serving beers aged for up to 18 months in oak barrels and lambic-style sour beers flavored with apricot or cherry. 939 SE Belmont St. Hours: Sun - Mon: Noon - 10pm; Tues - Thu: Noon - 11pm; Fri - Sat: Noon - 12am

  14. Tugboat Brewing Company - Specializing in British-style strong ales.  711 SW Ankeny St, Downtown Portland, 503-226-2508. Hours: Mon: 5-10pm / Tue: 4pm-12 midnight / Wed: 4pm-12 midnight / Thu: 4pm-12 midnight / Fri: 4pm-1am / Sat: 4pm-1am

  15. Burnside Brewing FD - Seasonal brews and a bank of rotating guest taps keep the flavors as fresh as the locally sourced ingredients in their ambitious kitchen...  Burnside Brewing is at least as good at pairing food with its beer as it is at cramming foodie flavors into its brews. From its famous Sweet Heat-a standard chili beer even if it is brewed with apricot purĂ©e and Jamaican Scotch

    Burnside Brewing Hours

    Sunday to Tuesday

    11am-10pm

    Wednesday to Thursday

    11am-11pm

    Friday to Saturday

    11am-12am

     bonnet peppers-to sweet-appled winter strongs and sea-urchin Uni Ale, the brewery trumpets its use of obscurities like plum, mallow root and kaffir lime leaf. Still, most of Burnside's beers turn out surprisingly conventional. So order food to complement. The atmosphere is stuck between medieval rustic and laser-cut modern. Don't miss the Sweet Heat - or the juicy beef burger seared in duck fat. MITCH LILLIE WW. 701 E. Burnside 503-208-3476

  16. Occidental Brewing - In 2016 they received a GOLD medal at the World Beer Cup for their Lucubrator Doppelbock. 6635 N. Baltimore Ave. (under the St. Johns bridge)

  17. Lucky Lab Brewpub/Beer Hall/Tap Room FD - Check out the renovated warehouse known as the Lucky Lab. It's a smoke-free, laid-back pub in the heart of Southeast Portland. Most menu items come in under five bucks, and on Mondays, 20-ounce pints are just over two bucks. The Lab's beers cover a broad range of tastes from pale ales to porters. 3 LOCATIONS - 915 SE HAWTHORNE BLVD., 1945 NW QUIMBY & 1700 N/KILLINGSWORTH.

  18. Base Camp Brewing Co. - In 2016 they received a bronze medal at the World Beer Cup for their Lost Meridian Wit wheat beer. "If you're going to give your bar a theme, you might as well go extreme. Base Camp Brewing embraces this ethos in both concept and execution. The new inner-Southeast brewpub is basically REI in bar form: a cavernous, urban ski lodge decked out with tables and chairs made with rocks and timber from Klamath Falls, bungee cords, carabiners, camping lanterns and a huge upturned canoe on the ceiling, with a front patio sporting fire pits and log benches that would make Walt Disney proud. Perhaps strategically, Base Camp forms the apex of a neighborhood triangle between an indoor rock-climbing gym and Southeast Grand Avenue's outdoor stores. My S'more Stout ($4.50) came served with a toasted marshmallow on the rim-a little over the top for me, but maybe not for the kind of people who think camping in the rain and dabbling in frostbite are enjoyable pastimes." RUTH BROWN WW.  930 SE Oak St., 477-7479. HOURS: Noon-9 pm Sunday-Wednesday, 11 am Thursday-Saturday.

  19. Full Sail Brewing @ Harborside  - You can sample their entire line of award winning brews at McCormick & Schmicks Harborside restaurantFull Sail Logo and peer through the glass at the brewery in action. 0307 SW Montgomery St.  Or head out to their brewing plant in Hood River.

  20. Migration Brewing Co. F-T  FD - On a warm breezy Portland evening, there's no better way to blend in with the locals than by sipping a refreshing beer sampler or mahogany-tinted pint of Old Silenius Ale.  Here, at one of the towns newest brewpubs, you can receive the sudsy sacrament under the shade of a repurposed boat sail among some of the most devout beer drinkers in America. TOM COLLIGAN Travel Portland  2828 NE Glisan St. HOURS: Monday - Friday 11am - 12am; Saturday 11am - 12am; Sunday 11am - 10pm

  21. Wayfinder Beer - 304 SE 2nd ave. 503-718-BEER; Sun-Wed. 11-10pm Thurs-Sat. 11-midnight

  22. Henry's Tavern - ŦŘ  Not a brewpub itself, but the original home of the Blitz-Weinhard Brewery, which brewed beer on site for more than 140 years.  Over 100 beers & hard ciders on tap, the majority of them hailing from local breweries. 10 NW 12th Avenue, Portland

  23. Rock Bottom Brewery - While not locally owned, this brewery still has charm in a nice central downtown setting. 206 SW Morrison

  24. Montevilla Brew Works

  25. Zoiglhaus Brewing FD

  26. Stormbreaker Brewing - 832 N. Beech St. Portland

  27. PINTS Brewing - 412 NW 5th Ave.

  28. Lompoc Brewing 5th Quadrant and Sidebar
    3901 & 3901A N Williams Ave.
    Portland, OR 97217
    503-288-3996

    20

    Dec 12 til Jan 5th
  29. Columbia River Brewing - In 2016 they received a silver medal at the World Beer Cup for their Stumblers Stout. 1728 NE 40th Ave.

  30. Unicorn Brewing Co. F-T - 6237 SE Milwaukie Ave.

  31. Grixsen Brewery & Taproom F-T - 1001 SE Division St.

  32. 10 Barrel Brewing - While owned by Anhauser-Busch, this Bend gem still carries it's charm in a nice roof-top setting.  1411 NW Flanders St.

  33. Old Town Pizza and Brewery

  34. Ancestry Brewing - 8268 SE 13th Ave. Sellwood

  35. Ground Breaker Brewing - Dedicated Gluten-Free. 2030 SE 7th.

 


N. MISSISSIPPI/WILLIAMS AVE:

  1. Ecliptic Brewing -(825 N Cook St.) 265-8002) You may not have yet stopped by EclipticEcliptic Brewing Brewing, but you've almost certainly had John Harris' beer. The Oregon brewing luminary perfected the recipes for some of the state's most iconic brews, including Deschutes' Black Butte Porter and McMenamins' Hammerhead. Harris spent three decades working under others, most recently at Full Sail. Now, he's his own boss, running a just-opened brewpub in a colossal former auto-body shop off Mississippi Avenue. The space pays homage to Harris' love of astronomy, with constellations pinpricked in the concrete walls and a chandelier shaped like a lopsided figure eight to represent the sun's path through the sky. The beers, accordingly, are named after stars. Try the supremely balanced Procyon Pale Ale or the Spica Hefepils, which is bottom-fermented like a Pilsner but unfiltered-it's a cloudy golden lager with a pleasant, lingering bitterness. On a recent Friday, the place was packed, with grown-ups eating trout po' boys and kids munching on grilled cheese. I'll be back in a few weeks-Harris plans to roll out new beers around the solstices and equinoxes, and next up is a hearty winter ale. WW

  2. Stormbreaker Brewing - 832 N. Beech St. Portlandhopworks

  3. Prost! - ŦŘ  Not a brewpub itself, but it's always Oktoberfest here, a cheery neighborhood bar with a rotating tap list of hard-to-find German beers. 4237 N Mississippi Ave., 954-2674

  4. Hopworks Bikebar  (3947 N WILLIAMS AVE. F-T  FD ORG - Eco-brewpub with hand-crafted organic beer and fresh local ingredients (they walk the talk of reduce, reuse, recycle!). Tours available. VIDEO.  Hours: Sunday–Thursday 11:00am–11 pm; Friday–Saturday 11:00am–midnight

  5. Lompoc Brewing 5th Quadrant and Sidebar  3901 & 3901A N Williams Ave.
    Portland, OR 97217  503-288-3996

TOP


WEST SIDE/PEARL DIST.: (List in no particular order; open hours should be checked and confirmed):

  1. Deschutes Brewery & Public House - FD (210 NWDeschutes brewery.jpg 11th Ave.) This Portland-outpost brewpub is a tight-tabled Pearl District beer barn, not overtly pleasant, but one settles in immediately upon tasting its rotating array

    DESCHUTES HOURS

    Sun-Tues

    11am-10pm

    Wed-Thurs

    11am-11pm

    Fri-Sat

    11am-12am

    of interesting seasonals and experimentals. Winter favorites included the Cassis Abbey, a wine-stained black currant sour with a dry finish, and the fireplace comforts of the house's Bomb Squad Smoked Imperial, which clambers back to tickle the entire top of the palate, and maybe even the sinuses, before settling into dark chocolate. So even if you're rammed too close to some dude who just tricked out his Dodge Ram for no reason at all, the taster tray will soon distract you, and the servers are overworked but quick on delivery. And their garlic burger comes with whole cloves of garlic so soft you can spread them around! MATTHEW KORFHAGE. WW Hop Czar 

  2. BridgePort (1313 NW MARSHALL ST. 503.241.3612 | 3632 SE Hawthorne Blvd.) F-T FD - Oregon's oldest craft brewery, producing high quality innovative ales. There are two pub locations in Portland, one in the Northwest (in the historic Pearl District in a century-old warehouse on the National Historic Register-brick and old-growth timber) and one in Southeast, to cover you no matter what side of the Willamette River you find yourself on. Its IPA recently won the world-championship trophy, and it will be served to you in "Imperial" pints - that's 20 ounces. Take a free tour if you want to see how it all comes together (Saturday's at 1, 3 & 5pm or by appt.). 1313 NW MARSHALL ST. 503.241.3612 | 3632 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Hours - Tuesday - Thursday 11:30am -Rogue Ales 11:00pm; Friday - Saturday 11:30am - 12:00am; Sunday - Monday 11:30am - 10:00pm

  3. Rogue Ales Public House FD - (1339 NW Flanders) Hours: Sunday - Thursday: 11AM - 12AM; Friday & Saturday: 11AM - 1AM; Sunday: 11AM - 11PM

  4. Portland Brewing (2730 NW 31st) FD - Home of McTarnahan's Taproom/Pyramid Breweries. Every year Portland Brewing has a charity keg-tossing contest, and the throwers have to wear kilts! The Taproom with their great copper brewing tanks in Northwest Portland serves up great pints or samples and food to go with them. Portland Brewing offers a tasty core of staple beers throwing some great seasonal mixes in to keep it interesting. 2730 NW 31st. HOURS: Monday 11:00am - 9:00pm; Tuesday - Thursday 11:00am - 10:00pm; Friday 11:00am - 11:00pm; Saturday 12:00pm - 11:00pm; Sunday 12:00pm - 9:00pm

  5. Ringlers Annex Cellar Bar FD - A hidden McMenamin's gem frequented by in-the-know locals.

  6. (503)820-7721
  7. 10 Barrel Brewing - While owned by Anhauser-Busch, this Bend gem still carries it's charm in a nice roof-top setting.  1411 NW Flanders St.

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One-Stop-Beer-Shops --Graze the selection of beer pubs if you can't decide on a brewery or a beer.

  1. Horse Brass Pub - ŦŘ Horse Brass is the classic Portland beer bar, created in the image of a British pub by guys who'd never seen a British pub. They did a remarkable job, and the Brass remains vital even after the passing of legendary proprietor Don Younger. You go for the beer, which is poured from fully 50 taps, but the pub also serves inconsistent but sometimes great food, including four big, dark pieces of halibut that benefit greatly from a brightening squeeze of lemon and a twinkle of vinegar ($14.25). 4534 SE Belmont St., 232-2202  MARTIN CIZMAR Willamette Week

  2. Bailey's Taproom- ŦŘ An elite beer bar. 213 SW Broadway

  3. Produce Row Cafe ŦŘ - Not a brewpub itself, but is a hot locals hangout and one of the old original drinking establishments of Portland (1974). Eat, drink, and play at the Row!  204 SE Oak St. Portland. Open Mon-Sat 11am - 12am, Sun 11am - 10pm 

  4. Belmont Station - ŦŘ Graze the selection at Belmont Station. This is a terrific store that offers most local labels and flavors in bottle for sale. Over 1000 beers to-go, and a biercafe serving 17 rotating distinctive draughts.  Oh, and for those coming to Portland from far away, Belmont Station will deliver as much as you'd like wherever you'd like it to go!  4500 SE STARK ST.

  5. Henry's Tavern - ŦŘ  Not a brewpub itself, but the original home of the Blitz-Weinhard Brewery, which brewed beer on site for more than 140 years.  Over 100 beers & hard ciders on tap, the majority of them hailing from local breweries. 10 NW 12th Avenue, Portland

  6. Loyal Legion - ŦŘ  Not a brewpub itself, but has an astounding 99 taps exclusively dedicated to Oregon beer. 710 SE 6th Ave.

  7. Prost! - ŦŘ Not a brewpub itself, but it's always Oktoberfest here, a cheery neighborhood bar with a rotating tap list of hard-to-find German beers. 4237 N Mississippi Ave., 954-2674

  8. The Growler Guys - ŦŘ They are the new Portland locationThe Growler Guys Fill Station of The Growler Guys and opened about a month ago (June 2014) in the Grand Central Bowl building on SE 8th & Belmont. They've got an impressive 48 taps of beer & cider, local & non-local, with an ever-rotating menu and on-site consumption as well as growler fills. You can see what they have on-tap now by clicking on their link above.

  9. Beer O'Clock - ŦŘ 1205 SW Washington St.

  10. Untapped - 4320 N Interstate Ave.

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Hard ciders and sours and sports bars...

Sours:

  1. Cascade Brewing Barrel House (Inner-SE, Buckman)

  2. The Commons Brewery (Inner-SE, Buckman)

  3. Upright Brewing (NoPo)

Ciders:

  1. Bushwhacker Cider (Brooklyn)

  2. OutCider (St. John's)

  3. Reverend Nat's

The Hard Cider Insider

Sports Bars:

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Additional choices are also available; see below: (alphabetical)

 


HOOD RIVER BREWERIES:

 

ASTORIA (Brewery List)

* Along the old trolley route

  • Fort George Brewery - Score a fir-infused Magnanimous IPA in the shadow of Fort George's giant fermenters. Also on the site is Fort Astoria (15th and Exchange streets), the site where John Jacob Astor's fur traders originally constructed their post in 1811.

  • Buoy Beer Co. - "Sip a Czech pilsner while spotting sea lions in the glass 'hole' in the floor; and the food was above average for bar food. The beer was incredible as always.” *

  • Wet Dog Cafe & Brewery *

  • Reach Break Brewing

  • Astoria Brewing Co. *

  • Rogue Ales and Public House at Pier 39 in Astoria. If you like good beer you absolutely must make a point to stop at Rogue Brewery. Not only does Rogue make some of the most quality and delicious beers you'll ever imbibe, as well as serve some of the best pub grub, but the brewery is located out on the dock. You cannot help but feel like a salty old sailor when you belly up to the bar here. It is very hard not to completely fall in love with this place, especially if you love maritime views, hand-crafted ales and maritime nostalgia. *

TUALATIN VALLEY:

 

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PRICING/Service Options - click on the links below to view pricing & details*

3 OPTIONS

  1. Limousine Shuttle ('Recession Tour')

(For groups of 1-26)

  • VEHICLE & DRIVER ONLY

  • PRIVATE, luxury limousine/party bus door to door service

  • SAVE UP TO 60% OR MORE* with the hourly rate "Recession Tour'.

  • This option is a designated driver (+) service: vehicle & driver only, partial tour guide (intro's to the breweries), tour concierge or lunch/dinner concierge is not available. You are on your own (and responsible for all expenses, including beer) inside the brewery.

  • Pricing as low as $8/hour per person!

  • This option is usually about 15-40% less than our standard full-service option below.

  • PRICING Details

  • See Monday-Thursday Special below.

* We are usually significantly less costly than our competitors, especially for large groups, check it out here.


  1. Full-Service Tour

(For groups of 9 or more)

  • PRIVATE, luxury limousine/party bus door to door service

  • Per person charge - Usually more costly than the above option

  • Full Tour Guide/Host accompanies your group into the breweries arranging brewery tours, orchestrating lunch and/or dinner menus & taking care of the beer/food tab** etc etc.

  • Planning/prep. - Arrange & coordinate your tour for the best possible experience.

  • Complimentary Portland metro pickup/drop-off.

  • Brewery Tour (Brewing Process - Learn about craft breweries & understand the whole process)

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* We are usually significantly less costly than our competitors, especially for large groups, check it out here.

** Beer & Food are additional cost to our price quotes.


  1. Sunday-Thursday 'Recession Tour' Happy Hour special:

  • Start between 11AM & 5PM Sunday through Thursday - $58-$105/hour for 1-12/16 people, what a deal!!! (4 hours min. charge required).  Pricing as low as $6.25/hour per person!!! Portland Metro only. Pricing Details.

  • See #1 above for details.

*5 hour minimum applies Saturday's 9AM - 4:59PM April-November.  Maximum 22/23 persons.  For more than 14/15 persons, the same discounted rates apply (please inquire). 

We also offer a happy hour service finding the best local beer deals in town! Discount vehicle hourly rates apply if you start at 5pm or earlier. Please inquire.

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