The following pubs are closed on Monday.
Simple, functional taproom festooned with bold graphics, features outdoor courtyard. The Garrison pours Royale Brewing's range of ales and lagers. Food can be brought in from neighboring businesses.
More than two decades in, Hair of the Dog's beers have gained recognition far beyond Portland, but production remains deliberately small-scale, and the brewery's own tasting room is the best place to find and enjoy the exceptional range of house beers on offer. Food is good, too.
New-era showpiece brewpub and taproom built and run by Portland Kettle Works. Simple modern design inside, 3.5-barrel brewery in back. Unlike conventional brewpubs, the brewery doesn't have an in-house brewer; rather, it is intended for use by Kettle Works customers and guest brewers. Generous guest-beer policy.
Tiny one-room local with outdoor space in good weather. Heavy on local and Oregon selections.
Smallish functional taproom serves a range of quality house brews. Mt Tabor originally started in Portland, relocated across the Columbia to Vancouver, and is now back in Portland and one of the latest in the Buckman Brewery District.
The world's first not-for-profit pub has craft beer, pub food, a friendly neighborhood feel, and proceeds from every beer sold benefit a charity of the buyer's choice. They call it #Aletruism.
Newly opened in July 2018 after incubating at Culmination Brewing, Ruse specializes in farmhouse styles, big stouts, and others as the brewers see fit. The beers have been well-received, for all the right reasons.
Probably the most hidden brewery taproom in town, located in a corner of the building's basement. Well worth finding, though, to sample an excellent range of beers, from one of the best Pilsners brewed anywhere to an impressive range of barrel-aged beers and single-batch one-offs. Widely regarded as one of the best artisanal brewers in town. A 2018 update added a wrap-around bar (so more seating) and the ability to take credit cards as well as cash.