Really great, small, trendy-feeling place in the more northern part of the city that is worth a trip to. Excellent tap list, which was full of very limited beers and generally the most interesting OR beers. You can order custom flights of 5 for a reasonable price. Service is a bit cold and rather nonchalant, but quick and hassle-free. Decent bottle selection as well, which are available for sit-in (no corkage fee) or take-away, with good prices. Really enjoyed this place. Highly recommended.
DuffMan (349) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | March 21, 2016
Went here with the RBSG 2015 group. Small spot that opens onto the sidewalk, yet still manages to provide some picnic table outdoor seating. Tap list isn’t huge, but it is 100% quality with some very interesting selections. The bottle selection is similar, with all bottles in cold storage behind sliding glass doors. Decent prices. I’d come back.
Kind of a small place, but they pack a lot of good beer into here. A handful of cooler doors full of beers that can be consumed on-site or taken to go--no corkage fees either! About 20 or so taps and you can do flights, full pours, or growlers.
Not a ton of seating inside, but they have a few tables out on the sidewalk to expand the seating options a little bit, thankfully.
The draft list was quite excellent here with all sorts of stuff including at least a half dozen sour beers. Great bottle selection too. They had the seemingly obligatory "vintage bottle" section that I saw at a lot of stores in town with mostly just regular beers that are old and sold at a markup.
The woman working the bar and cash register was quite friendly and helpful. Pretty quick service despite it being quite full.
Highly recommend a trip here if you have the chance.
A small but functional space with some nice outdoor seating. Service was pleasant, but bar only so hard to really say. Selection of taps was great, small list but very good. Bottle selection was good, not great, but very well priced. A must stop if you are in that side of town.
Tough market to come in with something ’new’ but these guys did it with the growler fill stations. Great selection, lots of Oregon stuff on draft usually, decent bottle selection, awesome prices and service. Been in a few times and always happy to come back if even for a one and done pint.
Nice little combo bottle shop / tap room / and growler fill station near Hub Bike Bar. Small, but feels airy and open. Seating for maybe 15 people inside, with a few tables out on the sidewalk. 200+ bottles and 40 taps (36 in operation). Good selection of US micros. Owner was friendly and quick.
A new kid in town, and one that deserves to make a name for itself. A bit small and cramped, but there are so many taps (40?) and bottles available, you can forgive them. Run by beer knowledgeable folks, you’ll find something you’re looking for.