In the door a little before 3 on a Sunday in early July 2017. A little less than half full, which is a good amount of people given how big this place is. Loads of taps with around 18 of their own, and then a similar number of guest taps. Smaller pours are available for working through everything if that's your goal. Staff was quite friendly and attentive. Worth a quick visit.
I have stopped in a few times when visiting PDX. This place is huge, the tap list is huge and the food portions are also huge. Always a great tap list and pretty much everything on the menu is great. If you leave hungry you failed as a person. Worth a stop for sure.
Visited on a thursday evening. Big spacious hall, neat style, very open, bit focused on brand and merch. Good selection of Fat’s Head beers and guest taps. Most of the house beers I had were mediocre to decent/good. Food was alright, had a nice burger. Bit too attentive staff, too eager to bring you new beer. Not a bad stop, not essential either.
Another high-ceiling, big room brewpub though Fat Head’s is not as posh as Deschutes; in fact, it’s kind of sterile. The food was good. Twenty-four Fat Head’s taps and 13 guest taps (ciders and meads included). Considering the competition in Portland, not sure I’d visit again, but it is convenient for lunch and a beer if you need a break from a visit to the amazing Powell’s City of Books.
Chain sports bar like atmosphere. Huge, lots of TV’s, stale aromas fill the bar; a definitively corporate feeling brewery. Lots of beers on, with some guest taps. House beers were excessively bitter and generally hollow tasting; the flight was a chore to finish pretty much from the first sip. Not poor quality, just extreme in style, not palatable to me. Fairly low prices as seems to be somewhat typical in Portland.