I agree they make pizza almost as good as their famouse Bridgeport IPA (that's St. John's bridge in north Portland on the bottle, by the way). Nice little location down in the developing yuppie Pearl District- I think it's an old rope factory. Don't expect too much beyond their bottled line up as far as beer goes. Nice place.
A gigantic place which is not to my likings. But I’m old - don’t hold that against them. The service at the patio was nice and prompt and the two beers I tried wad neither a dissapointment nor a positive surprise
Visited on 9th November 2014. Large venue with 2 levels, the decor is smart and has a really nice feel to the place. We stopped for lunch and tried all of the beers on offer via a tasting flight. The beer was pretty good as was the food. Service was good and the prices were decent. Liked this spot.
Visited during lunch in March 2016. The place is huge with two levels. We sat downstairs. The hamburger was tasty, I especially liked the smoked bacon. The beers were ok although nothing special, I had a flight with eight beers. (9 USD). Very friendly and good service. It’s always interesting to visit an unknown place.
This place is enormous. Like, an entire city block. The entrance is a little tough to find depending on where you’re walking from. It’s pretty much at the corner of 3rd and Marshall.
But yeah...this place is huge on the inside as well. Two levels including plenty of restaurant/dining seating downstairs as well as the bar area. There’s more upstairs, too. Pretty modern, almost semi-industrial in feel.
Maybe 10-11 beers on tap and most everything available in bottles as well. The beers are mostly pretty decent, but a couple I didn’t care for.
The service here was friendly, but it was a little bit on the lax side, particularly once we were finished with our tasters. It took quite a bit of time to get the check. I guess not a major gripe, but something I noted.
Visited Sunday 09/11/14 for dinner.
Downtown location and split across 2 levels, the appearance is medium to higher end, wood floors, red brick walls, well laid out and plenty of space with both high bench and lower level table sitting.
We hit around the prime Sunday dinner slot and the place was ticking over nicely but no more than half full.
10 beers on tap which you could take as a tasting flight. All house beers all of which were adequate, no stinkers but no world beaters typically coming in at 3.3/3.4 on the rating front for me.
Service was good as was the food.
Would definately hit this place up if you are stopping in downtown PDX but I doubt it would make my top 10 hitlist for PDX venues.
A modern brewpub, sort of like Vancouver’s Yaletown feel with several levels. Beer quality is not very good, but it’s enjoyable setting to enjoy a brew, especially on the patio. Very reasonably priced and friendly service. Not a mandatory stop in PDX by any means, but cool place.
Strebs (221) St. Louis, Missouri | June 16, 2014| Updated July 4, 2014
Beautiful place with average beer. That being said, I enjoyed my barleywine. Nothing else on the beer list was interesting enough for a return visit.