New entry in the Guide in 2019

The following are new entries in the Guide for 20198.


Assembly Brewing  Full menu available. WiFi available Open 11am or earlier Brewpub. New entry in the Guide in 2019

Opened in late March 2019, specializing in Detroit-style pan pizza and a range of food-friendly ales. COVID-19 Update: open for to-go only at current time.


New pub in former Victory Bar space, craft beer, cocktails, and simple pub menu.


Classic old-school Portland pub that has kept up with the times, still worth calling in.


Opened March 2019, originally as an expanded production brewery, no complete with on-premises taproom and full kitchen.


Kells Brewery  Full menu available. Live Music WiFi available Brewpub. New entry in the Guide in 2019

Irish-themed pub and brewery with, of course, focus on Irish-style beers on tap.


One-room pub with plenty of outdoor seating in front when weather permits. No kitchen, but food trucks are parked on-premises. Unique in being the region's only certified-kosher brewery.


Opened in April 2019, serving the North Portland Kenton neighborhood with a good range of craft beers on tap and bottles and cans from the coolers.


Rambling McMenamins pub on the western edge of downtown Portland, handy for pre-func before shows at the Crystal Ballroom.


Local pub just off SE Belmont St in a neighborhood of local shops and restaurants.


As of January 2019, Portland's newest brewery and taproom for at least a few weeks. Just a few years ago, there were no breweries in this part of Portland; now there are two, with Montavilla Brewing just around the corner. Threshold features a roomy, open taproom space, including seats at the bar. Early days have seen three beers on tap: a grisette, a hazy IPA, and a hazy double IPA. Bring your own food. This part of Montavilla now has four decent beer venues, making for a good pub crawl.


Tulip Shop Tavern  Don Honorable Mention Full menu available. WiFi available New entry in the Guide in 2019 Has an unusual or regional beer on tap.

Revamped former dive bar, now with a modest but very good tap selection, canned beers, classic cocktails, and good pub food.


Good-sized new taproom in modern industrial space in inner southeast Portland. All house beers on tap, and good kitchen menu as well. Look out for the wingless Cessna mounted up in the mezzanine, where there's more seating if the main floor gets full. Freshly opened in February 2019, initially with beers trucked up from Salem-based parent brewery.


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