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Old 06-09-2012, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default Portland, OR pubs?

I could use some advice from folks in the Portland area. I'm putting together a golf trip to Portland for later this month. I have the courses set, but could use suggestions on pubs for food and beer. We'll be staying in Newberg, and playing Langdon Farms, Stone Creek, Heron Lakes and The Reserve.

TIA, Bob

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Old 06-09-2012, 10:56 PM   #2
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Kells Irish pub and any one of McMenamins are places I frequent in Portland. Kells has two pubs in Portland and the newest is a brew pub. Im not sure they are serving their own beer yet but it's a great stop none the less. You'll have to throw a dart at the McMenamins website to find a place to land (many to choose from), but I would recommend the Edgefield in Troutdale. That is a must see.
Good luck and cheers.

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Old 06-09-2012, 10:58 PM   #3
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FYI, Edgefield has a lynx golf course as well.

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Old 06-09-2012, 11:35 PM   #4
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If you like bigger breweries, Widmer, Rogue and Bridgeport all have nice pubs. However, there are many different nano and micro breweries in Portland, and any neighborhood place where you're staying is worth trying. My favorite is HUB.

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Old 06-09-2012, 11:42 PM   #5
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All of the above are worth a visit, as is Belmont Station. They carry a large variety of craft / specialty brews as well as having some local brews on tap.

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HUB (Hopworks Urban Brewery) is a great one. Gigantic Brewing, which just open is another great place, the brewmaster used to work at HUB. Both near each other. The large ones are mentioned above. Two others that aren't bad is Lucky Lab and Laurelwood.

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Doesn't deschutes have a pub there too? The food at their pub in bend is awesome....

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Yeah, Deschutes has one in the Pearl. I forgot to add the Alameda Brewpub, too.

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To add, Newberg isn't exactly a 'hotspot ' for breweries, but there are a few, Chehalem Valley and Heater Allen (located about 15 minutes out in McMinville) are a couple of choices that are nearby. But I think you'll need to expand your search for anything worthwhile which is why all the above have been mentioned. Good luck and hope you have fun.

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Green Dragon
Bailey's Taproom
Horse Brass Pub
Hawthorne Hop House

One of the great things about Portland is that you can't throw a rock without hitting a place with great beers. Even the many stripclubs have great beer on tap!

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