Awesome location in a restored rope factory with lots of high ceilings and original metal and brick works. Food was tasty and reasonable, they had 8 taps with two seasonals, and service was great. Worth stopping into if you are in the neighbourhood.
Huge brewpub situated in a pleasant building that has a large dining area as well as seating in the front bar and outside patio. Had a nice pint of porter with lunch. Friendly and efficient wait staff. Side area selling merchandise and growlers.
Very large place. 8 beers on tap, two of which were seasonals. Also 3 of the beers available on cask. Quality of the beers varied; most were boring but a couple stood out. Pizza was good. Very friendly waiter. All in all a decent brewpub.
I was expecting more of a selection when I visited, but there were 5 beers on tap. One of which I’d never heard of, so that was cool, but, still, 5 beers. That’s it? The service was great. I didn’t eat here, but there were so many young families that my fiancee, and I wanted to vomit. I’m so sick of young families bringing their fucking children to places like this; however, I can’t blame them as this is more of a restaurant, that just happens to be known because of the brewery. Kind of a let down, and given the overly family vibe, I don’t think I’ll go back. Either in the Pearl, or on the outer cusp of it, so that is a bonus, as that is one of my favorite neighborhoods in Portland, but starting to get CROWDED. Open space, with a lot of exposed wood beams. Has a nice open feel to it.
Was at this brewery in 2009. The brewmaster gave us a private brewery tour very late in the evening, just because we made an interested impression. Like the whole place, nice interior, beers are above average.
jcnielsen (321) Charlotte, North Carolina | November 8, 2012| Updated April 18, 2016
Visited while roadtripping through Oregon and Washington. Cool atmosphere, kind of an upscale brewpub. Beer selection was pretty limited, maybe 8 were available, mostly just their regular line-up. Nice place to check out if you are in the area, but since I’ve had all their normal beers before, I would recommend going to other places in Portland first.
Sat outside and enjoyed the August weather. Service was actually pretty good considering it was pretty busy.
Serves its own brews (I agree with zizzybalubba that you could go here with a beer novice and everyone could find something acceptable).
Prices seemed decent.
Food was tasty.