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Beer Available At Fifteenth Avenue Hophouse (arranged by most recent)
Upright Smoked Alt , Crux Nitro Stout 88, Fort George Java the Hop 88, Fort George Beta IPA 3.0 , Silver Moon Midnight Kolsch , Base Camp Carabiner Cream Ale , Falling Sky Where the Mild Things Are , pFriem Schwarzbier , Double Mountain Poseur 86, Fort George Pip’s Pilsner , Falling Sky Done Rye’t , Crux Insider 79, De Garde Saison Desay , Silver Moon GetSum Pale , Crux Off Leash NW Session Ale 51, Midnight Sun Sockeye Red IPA 95, Boulder Beer Obovoid Oak-Aged Oatmeal Stout 94, pFriem Belgian IPA , pFriem Super Saison , pFriem Saison 92
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troopie (70) Munchen an der Willamette, Oregon | September 21, 2011
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
2 Very good things about this place. It is about 8 minutes from my house, and it has it’s own parking. Food tastes very good, but is rather limited. Large mostly local or near local beer selection. They have wine from the wood as well.
boFNjackson (71) Portland, Oregon | September 15, 2011| Updated February 14, 2012
66 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
I want to like this place a lot and I really do already... But the Hophouse folks need to adjust a few things to really appeal to the hardcore beer geek crowd.
No. 1... Better glassware. Ironically their branding is based around beer glassware illustrations. But they use these ridiculously tall tumblers which i’m not even sure are 16oz based on what the menu says. They have tulips which are nice, but their snifters are too wide at the bottom which is more ideal for brandy.
No 2... Learn the beers better and better descriptions. Uinta was spelled Unita on the menu and their Black IPA Dubhe was spelled Doobie on the menu. Hopworks listed as " Hop Urban Works". They need to be more informed about their products. Also on their tap list board they don’t put the brewers names on a lot of the beers. For example they’ll just have "Espresso Stout." Is it Laurelwood’s or Oakshire’s espresso stout?
No. 3... Growler fills are an awesome amenity. But the prices are a bit too steep.
No. 5... Price structure makes no sense. $4.50 for a 12oz pour of Laurelwood’s awesome imperial stout, Moose & Squirrel. Wow! What a great deal. However North Coast’s Brother Thelonious was $8 for a 12oz. Not sure where they got that number from.
Here are my positives:
No. 1... Servers are friendly and very pleasant.
No. 2... Food is really good and on the lower side of the price scale. Plus a decent happy hour menu.
No. 3... Two blocks from my house which is ultra convenient.
No. 4... Had three Boneyard beers on tap at the same time.
No. 5... Big Oregon centric tap list offering a lot of seasonal and one off brews from around Portland, the state of Oregon, and the NW.
No. 6... Monday night there’s Trivia which is always fun. Team Midas Touch My Balls all the way!
Bottom line: It’s worth the visit, but you won’t get that Belmont Station or The BeerMongers -- ultra beery experience. If they can improve on the my few gripes above it will be an awesome joint. I’ve been going pretty regularly and don’t plan to stop.
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