Big place, kind of generic looking. Friendly and helpful staff. Mediocre beer.
3fourths (1528) Boulder, Colorado | August 16, 2004| Updated April 20, 2013
Big open room with picnic table inside and out. Have to run up to the front to order. Beer is decent. I like that they allow pets, and good beer and dog people frequent the place to conversations are always good.
First beer related stop after checking in to the hotel due to convenience. Big beer hall sort of place in East Portland. Not too far from places like Lardo and Potato Champion of youíre hungry. Old looking wood interior with lots of communal tables and some smaller ones as well.
They have a decent enough food menu and about a dozen beers on draft. We got a set of everything to try. Beer quality was sort of all over the map, but nothing really terrible. They had a few nice hoppy beers in particular.
You order everything at the bar, both food and beer. The food looked pretty good, but I didnít eat, though a couple guys in our party did and they enjoyed it.
This is kind of an old school place and they donít necessarily make anything super exciting, but mostly decent enough beers and pretty cheap.
Visited on a Sunday afternoon on November 2015. Large venue with communal benches around the huge bar area and tables for smaller groups heading back toward the Hawthorn entrance. Beer range hasnít changed much but itís still a decent range. Prices pretty good. Service was decent. Would go back.
Visited on Tuesday 6th November í12 around 4pm. Place was pretty quiet as we were inbetween lunch and evening so have defaulted ambiance to 3.
Large enough kind of venue with lots of wood - ie floors and benches etc.
We just stood by the bar as we were only there for an hour.
Home beers only on tap - 6 in total. The Super Dog was a first rate IPA.
Service was fine - they werenít busy mind!
Also bought a T-shirt for my other half and some dog biscuits!
Iíd certainly head back here again.
Popped in here on a recent visit to Portland since we were staying close by. Massive industrial space with a surfer sort of vibe (even though I donít think thereís a whole lot of surfing going on in Portland) - reminded me of the Pizza Port Ocean Beach location. Wooden picnic tables strewn throughout. A large selection of mostly hop forward stuff (no complaints there) that were pretty well done. Bartender was very friendly and entertained my wife while I ticked away. Cheap as chips and although we didnít eat here, I really enjoyed the visit.
Big old school brewpub with a big communal eating area, service at bar, 16 taps with 2 guests, nice and cheap food menu (sandwiches, Bentos, salads), lots of t-shirts for sale. A cool place. 6 X 5 ounces= 8.75$.