I came here to sample everything they had and I did. The brewpub comes across as local hangout where you might head for a decent after work beer. Their selection I believe is better than average and this place is one of the best to sample the local variety.
Well I have done them all finally and this was a great place to finish up a PDX pub crawl. Had a blast the food was great and the service they did great. This is a people watching time for sure. They get them all in this place. The beers are awesome.
I really enjoyed this place. Very relaxed, old wooden bar atmosphere. My bald waiter guy was really attentive and provided great service. Got to try some good beers here. Limited selection, but they have a handful of their own good hophead brews plus some local stuff. Didn’t eat here. I would love to come back here.
I love their beers, so I am biased. And this was one of the best places to drink and study on a weekend afternoon. What more can I say, good beer, good prices, lit windows in an otherwise dank bar of a joint.
Small and homey cafe feel in this cozy shack. We were here pretty early, so it was quiet and the bartender seemed to be the only server on. The food was good and so was the price. The beer was very good also. The Munich dunkel they had was a nice change from the ordinary, bigger and richer flavors that was one of the stand outs. The C-Note IPA (100 IBUs from a bunch of C-hops, Centennial, Cascade, etc.) was okay. Several house styles to choose from and two seasonal while we were there. Would recommend.
Went here on my birthday night, I read about it on an Oregon Beer site. Bartender was really friendly. They had a good selection of their own brews as well as a few guess taps. A nice brewpub look inside, a little noisy but it was crowded. I’ll have to go sit in the patio next time I’m there.
This place exhudes college hipster hang-out, dimly lit, small, lots of wall decorations, etc... I was there in the middle of the day and thankfully it was not smoky. For the entire length of our stay there was only one lady working. She tended bar, ran food, and waited tables. Yet we had good to great service, a real surprise. As for the real reason that anyone reading this would visit, onto the beer. They had I believe 8 of their own beers on tap, 2 of which were on Nitrogen pour plus a handful of other Oregon breweries like Caldera. All beers were of good quality though not outstanding. I really dislike Nitrogen pour so those particualtr beers were doomed from the get go with me. The only food I tried was Nachos, the chips were stratight from the bag and the salsa from a jar. Not that I expected more. Overall a nice place with friendly and attentive service and decent lineup of draft beers.
The atmosphere is just like a smoky college bar with similar quality. The place is decored with beer paraphanelia. Pool tables, dart boards, video games, that sort of thing. The beers were pretty good with a nice sampler tray. We got to meet the brewmaster and he was a pretty cool guy. He gave us a personal tour of the brewery which was awesome, tiny little place. We got to try some beers straight off the fermentors which was a big plus, that was some good stuff. I liked this place for the overall friendlyness, but that could vary from visit to visit. There's some good beers here that any RBian would want to try, so I'll still recommend it.