I’m super old school so this place gets full marks on ambiance. It’s like your grandmothers living room. Except she probably didn’t have 10 beers on tap. They had three of their own beer, except their session beer (8.7%) was sold out. So we had to do with their Chernobyl series: A 11% IPA and a 13.5% Stout. They were good but didn’t have the body to cope with the alcohol. Other beers is some local stuff and Warsteiner Pilsner (LOL). Service was nice
Visited on a rainy Tuesday evening in March 2016. The place was quite small and looked almost like someones living room. Relaxed and not crowded.
They had five own beers on tap plus some guest beers from breweries in Oregon. Their own beers were drinkable but nothing special.
The service was good from the lonely employee. A decent place.
Visited late afternoon Wed July 1, 2015. Fairly small, kind of dark place. Was a few patrons at the bar when we arrived. Some off smell too. They had three own beers on, plus a couple of guest taps. Asked to use their wifi, but was asked back what I wanted to drink. Once I did order had to ask again for their wifi password. Only served their own beers as half pints as the smallest serving. Service was fairly bad. Beers were fairly bad to terrible. One had obvious problems with cleanliness, the other seemed to suffer from oxygen problem. Only did sampe two of the beers, and never feel like this is a place I’d go back to. Upon paying was asked how much tips I wanted to add. Others seem to have had better experiences, but if I get both bad service and badly handled beers at the same place, well then I don’t get too excited when there are so many other places around I could choose from instead. Walked over from Pints and then walked from here to Deschutes.
Weird place. 3 of their own brews on tap, 11 guest taps and 2 ciders. Their own beers weren’t that great but the guy behind the bar was friendly and funny. People seemed to have nice time there. There was quite a contrast when we came from too crowded and loud Bailey’s across the street here.
Across the street from Bailey’s but don’t expect the same level of beer. Kind of a cool place, lots of old books line one wall and some cool decorations and pictures. They have 5 taps of their beers but stick to the guest taps which looked pretty solid. Their beers were beyond terrible. When we order the bartender even tried to guide us toward the guest taps but we Doug told me I had to try the worst beers in Portland, I didn’t believe him that there was any bad beer in this city but I was very wrong!
My experience here was extremely quick and not pleasant. Went in, ordered a Chernobyl Stout, was annoyed by the loud gangsta rap playing, and sipped about 3-4 sips before being disgusted by the abomination of a beer. My friend and I left our beers at the bar and walked out. No idea how this place stays in business right next to Bailey’s if that beer is representative of their quality.