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Beer Available At Hopworks Urban Brewery (arranged by most recent)
Hopworks Abominable Winter Ale 96, Hopworks Buffalo Trace Bourbon Barrel Aged Deluxe Organic Ale (DOA) 85, Hopworks Ace of Spades 99, Hopworks Summerís End , Hopworks Army of Darkness , Hopworks Pig War White IPA 76, Hopworks Deluxe Organic Ale (DOA) 86, Hopworks Survival 7-Grain Stout 96, Hopworks HUB Lager 77, Hopworks Velvet ESB 74, Hopworks IPX Single Hop - Centennial 79, Hopworks Brouwerís 6th Anniversary Imperial Oatmeal Stout 92, Hopworks Belgian-Style Pale Ale 89, Hopworks Rise-Up Red Ale 93, Hopworks Evelyns Sunshine Imperial IPA 78, Hopworks Noggin Floggin Barleywine 76, Hopworks IPX Single Hop - Cascade 85, Hopworks Cultivator Doppelbock , Hopworks IPA 96, Hopworks Citra A$$ Down IPX
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3fourths (1189) Boulder, Oregon | June 12, 2008| Updated July 8, 2013
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Big building, cycling theme, shiny brushed metal everywhere. Beer selection is quite good, as is the overall quality. Steam beer, IPA, Baltic porter, Czech pils, etc. Happy hour food menu has interesting choices and reasonable prices, but Iíd come back again just to try more beer. This is the startup from the former Laurelwood brewer, so itís no surprise that the beer is well-received.
Rastacouere (651) Montreal, Quebec | July 9, 2009
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Good beer and good values mix together and pull me in. This very modern brewpub with its varnished wooden and metallic interior looks just like the bicycle shop that they decorate it to look like. This biking thematic could only seduce me, so I was more than thrilled when I realized that they also brew excellent beers. Their basic pils (Hub Lager) is a shining and rare North American example of an unfiltered and clean lager. Hoppier ales also worked nicely. Somehow, their bourbon barley wine ended up being my least favourite, but its in the sweet mold I donít dig so much. The 10 taps and 2 casks should include something for even the most difficult palate. Friendly waiter was accomodating and interested, obviously liking his job, but some customers seemed to give him trouble when he had to send them back to pay to their waiter. Whenever I come back in Portland, Iíll be sure to visit this one again even if I find it a bit far from anything else, though easy to reach by bus)
NachlamSie (530) Denver, Colorado | April 28, 2010| Updated January 5, 2011
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 19/20
This was one of my favorite brewpubs to visit in Portland, maybe even my most favorite. The atmosphere is lively and hippie. It really makes one feel like he is in Portland. Service was very attentive and the beer, affordable anyway, was a super deal at happy hour. The menu looked very attractive but we had all just eaten and couldnít partake of any more food. The beers I tried were all very solid and representative of the PNW beer scene. I enjoyed the vibe and the brews immensely.
BrewDad (411) Olympia, | May 13, 2008| Updated September 16, 2008
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
The atmosphere, beer, food and people working where all awesome I loved this place. They have a wonderful bar and the bikes hanging from the bar are an awesome addition. The beer was great they brew all organic beers and they where great. The food was pub faire and very tasty. Tons of parking and easy to find. A great place to take the kids for a nice lunch and a pint. This is a wonderful addition to the Portland beer scene. They have specials and special tastingsí so get on their website and sign up for the updates. I will be back for sure this place was great.
adnielsen (380) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 14, 2010| Updated July 20, 2011
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 16/20
Some interesting hoppy beers but I really wasnít feeling the atmosphere with the bike rims everywhere. If youíre doing a brewery tour east of downtown, I would drop by here.
notalush (308) Denver, Colorado | December 17, 2011
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 13/20
Huge brewpub in a semi-suburban area of town - reminded me a bit of the Heartland locations in NYC, but with a "we are Eco-friendly and ride bikes" kind of vibe - staff was attentive and quick, despite the fact that it was crazy busy - 10 beers on tap, available as one flight for 8.50, which would be the deal of the century if the beers were better than they are (and if they had more interesting styles) - some were okay, but most were mediocre and/or downright boring - did not have the food, so I cannot comment on that - an okay spot - would probably be great were it not in a town like PDX - I would recommend passing on this place.
beernovice39 (245) Montana | August 21, 2013
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Sat at the bar and dined with samples and pints.
mrhoppy (219) Santa Clara, California | July 24, 2012
96 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
Stopped in for a taster platter. All the beers were excellent. Cool place. Has a kids play zone which is awesome. Deluxe organic ale was a standout.
after4ever (215) Brier, Washington | December 2, 2013
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
You can kinda tell from the picture that this place is big business. You see their beers everywhere, both bottled and on draft. Theyíre always consistent, and theyíre always sane enough that they have fairly broad appeal. You can take all of that and apply it to the spot, as well--itís big, itís well-run, they donít do anything too crazy but they do it well. Thereís a lot of space here, a long bar with dozens of tables. Big staff. They get slammed, even with all that capacity. Itís friendly for families, beer nerds, buddies having beers. Didnít see a lot of single girls, but that was the only thing that kept it from being a full-on hotspot. Service here is really good; fast and friendly, and one of the waitresses was infatuation-worthy. You can come for the beer or come for the grub. I definitely overheard several customers who clearly werenít hunting beer, they were just having a nice meal out. The food is good, too--chicken tenders, caesars, burgers, pizzas. Nothing too crazy (thatís kind of a theme here). They do have a few kegs on that you donít see everywhere, and theyíre generally good to very good. There are flat screens, usually tuned to the game. There are more ambitious brewers in the area, but few are more consistent, and the brewpub itself is very friendly and thoroughly professional. Definitely coming back.
SamGamgee (182) down the whirlpool, California | September 22, 2010
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
Hopworks is located in the southeast quadrant of the city and is not only completely organic brewpub, but they also make vegan pizzas with Daiya cheese! After getting all excited about that, I never actually had the pizza, but I think itís awesome that they have the option for those who donít eat dairy. The pub was going off when we got there around eleven. Hopworks has an industrial, mountain bike theme going on with lots of welded bike parts and metal mixed with unfinished wood decor. I decided to go for the sampler, and have to say that I was overall very impressed with their beers. Their HUB Lager, a helles, was very impressive, as was their Pils. I love a brewpub that can make a good pale lager; it shows the true skill of the brewer. The Hopworks IPA is also a standout, as is their 7 Grain Survival Stout, made with seven grains including quinoa, kamut, and rye. Itís a normal strength stout, but has all the flavor if most imperial stouts, maybe even more. Hopworks also had a couple beers on cask, which I like to see at a brewpub. Overall, I was quite charmed by the place. The beers were mostly excellent (the imperial black esb was questionable) and I really dig their eco ethos and commitment to cycling. Hopworks proves that you can be an organic brewery and still brew quality beers in the standard styles. I would never have guessed that they were organic by tasting the beers, and with my past history with organic beers, thatís quite a compliment. Count this as another one that I would love to drink a mug of their delicious lager at on my next trip.
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