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Old 02-04-2010, 09:00 PM   #21
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Never heard of these guys but they are right by my office (6th and Hooladay by the Convention Center). I will check them our for sure!
You'll need to make an appointment with them, I believe. They have a tasting room that is only open on the weekends, and maybe on blazer game nights?

All their beers are pretty unique compared to others around town, they are "farmhouse" influenced styles and it really shows. I like them quite a lot!


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Deschutes will fill damn near anything at the brewpub here. Maybe the one in the Pearl will too.

Seriously, I've seen em fill a Double Gulp cup.



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Deschutes will fill damn near anything at the brewpub here. Maybe the one in the Pearl will too.

Seriously, I've seen em fill a Double Gulp cup.
Not at the portland pub! They don't do any kegs. Or at least they didn't. I don't think they can make enough beer locally to bother with it.
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Not at the portland pub! They don't do any kegs. Or at least they didn't. I don't think they can make enough beer locally to bother with it.
My bad then! Again, roadtrip?
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My bad then! Again, roadtrip?
May requrie a run to Bend. Im always looking for a reason to get over there!
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May requrie a run to Bend. Im always looking for a reason to get over there!
If you go to the actual brewery it could get more interesting. They were giving away Mirror, Mirror the other day...
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Hi,

This is kind of a late response to this post but I am in contact with Migration Brewing on Glisan Street in Portland and they do full kegs.

http://migrationbrewing.com/

I am currently making arrangements with them to fill my 1/6th just before Christmas with their Migration Pale Ale (MPA). I understand that they need some lead time and can schedule your fill when they are emptying the serving tank for the beer you want.

Hope this helps.

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Hi,

This is kind of a late response to this post but I am in contact with Migration Brewing on Glisan Street in Portland and they do full kegs.

http://migrationbrewing.com/

I am currently making arrangements with them to fill my 1/6th just before Christmas with their Migration Pale Ale (MPA). I understand that they need some lead time and can schedule your fill when they are emptying the serving tank for the beer you want.

Hope this helps.

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Love Migration. Haven't asked them to fill my corny, though. Coalition just off of 28th and Burnside is great too. Good choice on the MPA. Its my favorite there.
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Hi,

This is kind of a late response to this post but I am in contact with Migration Brewing on Glisan Street in Portland and they do full kegs.

http://migrationbrewing.com/

I am currently making arrangements with them to fill my 1/6th just before Christmas with their Migration Pale Ale (MPA). I understand that they need some lead time and can schedule your fill when they are emptying the serving tank for the beer you want.

Hope this helps.

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I love that there are still tons of breweries in Portland that I've never heard of.
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Lets keep this going!

Fanno creek is $53, but they will not fill with their imperial IPA.
Laurelwood pub - not sure on price - http://www.laurelwoodbrewpub.com/on-tap/keg-sales/
mcmenamins - on a good day
columbia river brew house - $65 for anything under 8%, above that is a bit more, but not much.
Getting more info as we speak. emails and voice mails are out.

Anyone have any more information? i wonder if we could get this as a country wide database?



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