Finally made it up here; it always drops off my list for the simple fact that I usually go to the main location. They have 16 taps, and the aesthetic is pretty much exactly that of the prime location. (I was expecting something different; they may have changed it as a branding move since it opened - but I’d never been here, so I couldn’t tell). The food is standard for Hopworks - which means it’s enjoyable, and the atmosphere is lined with the same type of bicycle frames as the bar in SE PDX. Overall, it’s a fine place, but I prefer the main location.
Great pub food. I really rate those chicken tenders man. The big Ol’ HUB beer selection is in full swing it has a great back garden to while away a blazing summer afternoon. Right in the main bike highway, well-played.
Very pleasant little outpost of Hopworks. Clean and cool on a warm Portland afternoon. Table/booth seating for 50-60 people; bar seats for 14; outside patio for perhaps 50. Copper table tops. Long line of bike frames abovethe bar. 20 taps, with the HUB flagships (lager, IPA, stout) and many seasonals. Reasonable prices. Tasting set has ten 3-oz glasses for $9. 12-oz.glasses for $3.50. Several other sizes, as well as bombers and growlers to go. Good service. Family-friendly place -- they even have a play area for kids. Food is a step above typical pub grub; good sandwiches and pizzas. The beer is clean and well made, if a bit tame overall.
Cool place. Smaller than the original. Does have a small play area for kids, very cool as usual for HUB. 10 or so beers on tap. Initially slow but good service. Good food. Excellent place.
troopie (71) Munchen an der Willamette, Oregon | September 17, 2013
No off street parking. Caters to bicycle riders and pedestrians. Clean lined place, polished wood. Bottled beers available on site. Service was friendly and fast. Food tasty. Leaned to the organic/herbivore side but reasonably priced. Had current beers available on draught and served at proper temperatures.
Theydon_Bois (1037) Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, England | November 19, 2012| Updated November 20, 2012
Visited on the afternoon of Weds 07/11/12.
Place had a few folks drinking but was post lunch so a little quiet.
Modern looking spacious bar with bike frames (2 dozen or so) running above the bar.
10 taps and 1 cask line.
Went for the sample tray which was $10 (from memory - certainly no more perhaps $8) and contained all 10 beers available (the cask line was a duplicate of one of the tap offerings). This was one of the coolest I’ve seen and came in a circular format set out like bicycle spokes with the respective beers lined up in their named hub - all printed and incroporated not hand written like most.
Service was friendly and attentive and the server also gave me a sample of the cask beer .
I’d reccomend a visit here and it fits in well with a trip to NOL 5th Quad.