2828 NE Glisan Street, Portland, OR 97232
At Migration Brewing’s brewery and pub,
you can enjoy their handcrafted ales with
hot and cold sandwiches and appetizers.
Some of Migration’s regular tap offerings
include their flagship MPA and the Old
Silenus, which adds a Northwest twist to the
English Old Ale style, as well as seasonal
beers and more.
6635 N Baltimore Avenue
Portland, OR 97203
Occidental Brewing, located in North Portland’s St. Johns neighborhood at the foot of
the neighborhood’s iconic bridge, produces
unique German and Belgian-style beers with
a Northwest twist. The Occidental tap room
is open Wednesday through Sunday afternoons and evenings, and has all Occidental
beers on tap, including special and seasonal
brews. They fill growlers and corny kegs,
and feature a can and crown collection.
Rogue Distillery and Public House
1339 NW Flanders Street
Portland, OR 97209
Rogue Meeting Halls are not cookie cutter
corporate creations but come in all shapes and
sizes and all share characteristics. Rogue Ales
Public House is open 365 days a year, family
friendly, dog friendly and features full service
multi-tap bars with Rogue creations, as well as
other beers and spirits. Rogue beer is available
to go in 12oz, 22oz, 750ml, and 64oz growler
bottles. Gastropub fare highlights Rogue ales
in mustards, breads and more.
240 N Broadway, Suite 2
Portland, OR 97227
This microbrewery produces French and
Belgian-inspired farmhouse beers with local
ingredients and a Pacific Northwest twist,
using open-barrel fermentation. The tasting
room is open on weekends and on Trail
Blazers game nights.
Widmer Brothers Brewing Company &
929 N Russell Street, Portland, OR 97227
Widmer Brothers is one of the original craft
brewers of the area, founded in 1984 by two
brothers who had trouble finding beer in
the U.S. that they liked to drink. Widmer is
widely known for its Hefeweizen American
wheat ale, and essentially introduced it to
America. Tours of the brewery are offered
for a small fee, providing the Widmer story,
and the story about how great beer is made.
Reservations are required: 503-281-4000.
Sad you missed out on the beginnings of
the craft beer movement here in Portland?
Got a taste for a something a little stiffer?
You can still get in on the forefront of something groundbreakingly libational – the Rose
City’s craft distilling revolution, just head
down to ground zero – distillery row.
Distillery Row is located in inner
southeast Portland in a collection of
small warehouses and light industrial buildings where a handful of
independent distilleries (Eastside
Distilling, House Spirits, New Deal
Distillery, Rolling River Spirits,
Stone Barn Brandyworks, Thomas
& Sons, Vinn Distillery, and Wild
Roots Vodka), cumulatively produce
over twenty different new, exciting
spirits. All handcrafted, locally
distilled, and offering an innovative selection of vodkas, gins, rums,
and whiskeys all the way to more
specialized fare like aquavit and
flavored liqueurs. Stop by on weekends for a drop-in tasting or schedule
a behind-the-scenes tour.
The Distillery Row Passport saves
you a little money and keeps you
organized while touring the local spirits
producers. Rather than pay tasting fees at
each distillery, purchase the passport at
a reduced price and your tasting fees are
waived at all Distillery Row destinations.
Passports are available at all Distillery
Row distilleries, which is the easiest way to
purchase passports–just buy them when you
arrive. More information about the passport
is at www.distillerypassport.com.
SE 7th and 9th Avenues, south of SE
Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97214