In the door around 6 on the second Saturday in July, 2017. Mostly empty inside, with a few people outside. 8 beers on tap, flight plus glasses of the two I missed ran me $19.50. I guess they don’t do 5 ounce pours by themselves? Seems dumb to have a flight that doesn’t divide nicely into your tap list if that’s the case. So on that, prices seem high.
Place is decent enough, but the beers, while not flawed, are forgettable, and not priced well. Given how vast the beer scene in Portland is, I’d certainly go elsewhere. One of the weakest stops out of 25 brewery/meadery/cidery stops that I went to in Portland.
Really nice place with a kickass patio that is comfortable and relaxing to chill at while sipping on some beers. Beer quality isn’t amazing, but all the beers are competently brewed. You can do a flight or samples of any beers for a very good deal. Service is very friendly and accommodating. Located within short walking distance of Coalition and Culmination, and a bit longer from Cascade and The Commons. Worth a stop for the atmosphere.
Visited on a Tuesday night. A happening place; the tables outside were packed and more than a few people lingered in the interior, as well.
Rating this one provides me with an interesting conundrum. On the one hand, the beer isn’t particularly noteworthy - so it’s not really worth visiting for that reason. On the other hand, they have put more details into the actual building than any other brewery I have visited in Portland. There are so many small touches - from the bumper sticker and postcard with a sampler tray to the clear instructions where and how to order - from very good servers.
It’s an expansive space, too, and it’s very laid back. I can only imagine how it feels during the Timbers games (when it’s happy hour for the duration) and I can really see why the area embraced this place. It’s a great hangout, and if you need a place to drink and relax, this might be the prime spot, especially for soccer fans.
Wish I hadn’t had a hangover when we visited. Would have liked to have a bigger run at the taplist. Enjoyed this place. Big and busy patio out front and the inside looked nice too. Will pop back when in full health next time I’m in Portland.
A beautiful spring evening so the garage doors open and its quite a pretty space inside and out.Friendly bartender. Wish they had more taps--if you don’t make a large number yourself why not some guests? Food looked good but didn’t have any. Enjoyed our seats just inside an open wall.
# special seasonals and 7 other beers on tap. As is common in the NW, a disproportionate number of these are in the APA-IPA area. Plenty of seating indoors, in covered patio and in an outside patio. Two bars, with one serveral only a partial set of Migration brews.