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Old 01-17-2013, 08:31 AM   #11
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You know what this much beer culture is there is in Portland, they should have a website directing people for exactly this sort of a vacation, sightseeing, beer drinking tour.

I know I drove 3 hours to go to a rogue brewpub.
Reading this I might have to grab a buddy and hit one or two new ones next time.

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Old 01-17-2013, 11:08 AM   #12
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Old 01-17-2013, 04:39 PM   #13
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You know what this much beer culture is there is in Portland, they should have a website directing people for exactly this sort of a vacation, sightseeing, beer drinking tour.

I know I drove 3 hours to go to a rogue brewpub.
Reading this I might have to grab a buddy and hit one or two new ones next time.
Guides/lists:
http://www.portlandbeer.org/

http://oregonbeer.org/

http://beermapping.com/maps/citymaps.php?m=portlandor

Blogs:
http://blog.oregonlive.com/thebeerhere/index.html

http://beervana.blogspot.com/

http://brewpublic.com/

http://www.its-pub-night.com/

http://www.newschoolbeer.com/
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Old 01-17-2013, 04:44 PM   #14
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Cool links! Now I can plan my next excursion better.
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I love horse brass. Haven't been for a while. Maybe I will venture over there this weekend and stop by Belmont station as well.
Horse Brass and Belmont Station are my locals, I love both of them. Both are worth a visit.
Horse Brass has 53 taps, Henry's has something like 100 (not as good beers, though, and not a beer culture brewpub), and Green Dragon has around 50. Belmont Station only has 17, but usually an amazing taplist and a huge bottle selection in the store. http://www.belmont-station.com/
As noted above, Horse Brass is on a bus line, but nowhere near Max and a long way out for someone staying close in near downtown and the Rose Garden.
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Old 01-17-2013, 04:57 PM   #16
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But well worth the trek!

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Totally forgot about the bus so now that will help our selection a bit. Don't use enough public transportation I guess.

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I'm going to stick with the inner SE Portland


I've been hanging out at the commons lately personal fav.... Belgium style beers farmhouse , Flemish ales.
No food, music or flash. You'll drink beer from taps in the brewer on the brew floor next to oak barrels and bright tanks.
There are no chairs it's a brewery no time for sitting around. If you can make it on a Thursday or Friday you might catch Sean Burke head brewer and graduate of
Siebel Institute and Doemens Academy and for lack of better term a walking encyclopedic of brewing.

http://www.commonsbrewery.com/

Hair of the dog food sucks beer is strong what else can I say?
http://www.hairofthedog.com/

Cascade barrel house mostly barrel aged and sour beers
cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com‎

And across the street from the barrel house green dragon lots of beers on tap 70+ pulled pork slider are really good
http://pdxgreendragon.com/


There's McMenamins Barley Mill Pub it the original first Mcmenamins pub and in many ways the catalyst for Oregon micro brew.
A bit of a throwback but nostalgia factor is cool!
1629 Southeast Hawthorne
Portland, OR 97214

Lucky Labrador Brew Pub beer is good but the food is hit or miss a bit rustic and rough on the inside.
915 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard


Burnside brewing, good beer and the burger seared in duck fat is unbelievably delicious, yet the fries where a let down!
701 E. Burnside
http://burnsidebrewco.com/


heading south a little

There's hop works good beer and really good burgers
2944 SE Powell Blvd
http://hopworksbeer.com/


If you have anything specific your looking for let me know i'll try to help

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Ill be out there next week for work. Subscribing, thanks everyone for the comments.

http://www.portlandbeer.org/breweries/map/

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Well, only something like 45 choices in the Portland area!
Rogue is good, but available in bottles so I rarely go there. If you want to check them out you should go to the Green Dragon, which is inner SE and not far from Cascade. Much more available and less corporate.
If you like Harmon, you'll like a lot of the places I mentioned.
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Green Dragon, Cascade Barrel and Eastside Distillery all in walking distance. Hair of the Dog also fairly close and Belmont station is a 10 minute bus ride on the 15 (which goes right by Cascade).
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