701 E Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214
Burnside Brewing Co. opened its doors in
2010, focusing on easy-to-drink beers that
accompany and enhance the culinary experience. Burnside Brewing balances tradition
(Oatmeal Pale) with food-inspired innovation (Sweet Heat, an apricot wheat beer
dry hopped with scotch bonnet peppers
and reminiscent of Caribbean chutney).
Burnside has also extended this alchemist
approach to their food, using indigenous
and handcrafted ingredients for dishes that
complement their beers perfectly.
2705 SE Ankeny Street, Portland, OR 97214
Coalition Brewing is a10-barrel brewery and
tasting room. Its hand crafted ales reflect
traditional brewing techniques and Northwest innovation. In addition to its house ales,
Coalition regularly features new beers through
its Coalator Program, in which home brewers
are selected from the community to brew their
own unique creations. A specialty tap at the
pub is reserved to showcase each Coalator.
The tasting room, open to the public every
weekend, features Coalition favorites alongside unique one-off beers, and offers patrons a
first-hand look at the production facility.
The Commons Brewery
630 SE Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97214
The Commons Brewery is a small craft brewery
in Southeast Portland inspired by European
brewing tradition and Northwest-grown ingredients. The Commons takes a very hands-on
approach to brewing their small-batch beers in a
15 bbl system. The tasting room features 12 taps
and a Cheese Annex window, serving a curated
selection of cheeses.
Deschutes Brewery & Public House
210 NW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209
Deschutes Brewery’s Portland Public House
has become a destination for great beer, delicious food and a relaxed urban atmosphere
since it opened in the Pearl District in 2008.
The pub’s distinct Northwest style brings
a taste of Central Oregon to the heart of
Portland, and its 18 taps feature Deschutes
Brewery staples and seasonal favorites, as
well as a selection of experimental beers
developed and brewed on-site.
Dirty Hands Brewing Company
114 E Evergreen Boulevard
Vancouver, WA 98660
Two chemists from the Midwest jumped
into the local brewing scene in the summer
of 2013, with a brewery in downtown
Vancouver’s historic Columbian newspaper
building. The ales are brewed in a post-pro-
hibition style. Taps rotate seasonally, and
patrons can enjoy its pub fare such as the
barbecue meatloaf sandwich.
825 N Cook Street, Portland, OR 97227
Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris,
an Oregon craft brewing icon. He began at
McMenamins breweries before moving to
Deschutes, where he created the recipes for
Mirror Pond, Black Butte Porter, Jubelale
and Obsidian Stout, and Full Sail, in charge
of creating the Brewmaster Reserve beers.
Ecliptic unites John’s passions for brewing
and astronomy, with a seasonal menu rotating
every six weeks (on the Old World calendar).
Ecliptic seeks to push the limits of creativity in
the brewhouse, and create a sense of place in
both its restaurant and its beer.
Fortside Brewing Company
2200 NE Andresen, Suite B
Vancouver, WA 98661
Fortside Brewing Company prides itself on
the heritage that exists in SW Washington,
Photo courtesy Hopworks Urban Brewery
Photo by Jolby & Friends, courtesy of Hopworks Urban Brewery