Interesting beer list that stayed interesting as it rotated over a few days. Bonus points for having Taras Boulba, besides the expected selection of Oregon beers. Food was pretty good too. Unremarkable atmosphere but the beer made up for it. Really appreciated the child-friendly area and quick yet patient service. Solid little craft beer bar.
Nice bottle selection with a few at or near collectible level. Solid selection of local brews. In a town where most of the street food is cheap and good, the grub is notably weaker than some other places. Prices - food and drink - are pretty good for where I come from but a smidgen more expensive than other local offerings
Ambiance of an industrial pool hall. Lots of open space. Pretty much empty at midnite Thursday. Awesome selection of west coast beers. Was the first to taste Caldera Mogli Stout after the opened a new keg for me. That is beer heaven. Great bartender, nice people, quiet.
A pretty decent bar. 22 taps of solid stuff though I haven’t seen anything too rare or crazy on. The burgers are decent as far as bar food goes. Service has been iffy. This is a good place but I don’t think it’s one of the top beer bars in the city like a lot of other people seem to. Definitely worth checking out if you’re nearby.
personally, i think hitting up the mcminnimenns kennedy school and concordia alehouse combo is worth the trip if you have two days or more in portland. a lot of local stuff on tap i hadn’t tried. pool table, arcade games. mix of families, locals, and creeps like me inside. didn’t try the food. servers were very attentive.
They only have about 20 taps, but they are all microbrews. I got a 10 glass sampler for $10, I was later told that it was supposed to cost $12, but I was only charged $10. Each sampler glass was very small, only about 2 ounces.
This place was quite enjoyable, very laid back attitude and it wasn’t terribly busy. Our server was very fast, efficient and attentive, seemed decently knowledgeable as well. Enjoyed some extremely tasty brews such as Hopsickle and Hop Lava here. The food was quite tasty as well. Hope to visit this nice little bar again soon.
I enjoy this place thoroughly, the beer selection is good, service was quick and friendly. They do fun things like Beer Brawl, and other themed tastings. The food was enjoyable, and well priced. I don’t often find myself here but everytime I do I am glad I came back.
Upon entering you are greeted by this giant, wooden door that I thought was really cool. The interior was simple, wood furniture with the walls on the bare side, with a purposely subtle array of beer memorabilia on the walls. A tap list containing maybe a dozen to 15 brews. Some pretty common and a handful of rare/hard to find stuff. Lots of bottles, but they didn’t have a written list of what they had so I had to do the best I can looking over the bar to see what was available. Food prices were a little on the high side I thought. I ended up with a basket of fries and buffalo tossed chicken tenders which was just perfect. The tenders and sauce were just as good as Fire On The Mountain’s and the fries were really were better. I’d be interested to try some other things are on the menu next time to see if they are worth the prices.