Brewery tasting room, may have limited hours.
The following are brewery tasting rooms and may have limited hours. Please double check before visiting.
Roomy, rambling taproom features full range of Baerlic Brewing's beers. No kitchen, but food ordered from nearby eateries or brought from home is accepted.
Roomy taproom in Portland's burgeoning Buckman district pours a full range of Base Camp beers. Food carts outside for nourishment, and outdoor seating in good weather - or covered and heated when the weather is less than good.
Large rambling taproom featuring the Commons range of Belgian-influenced beers, minimal furniture but a popular place nonetheless. Food is from a walk-up window concession run by Steve Jones of Portland's Cheese Bar, and the cheeses often pair exquisitely well with the house beers.
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.
Straightforward taproom, a few tables and a bar, brewery in back. Interesting range of beers. Note: entrance is actually just north of SE Division on SE 10th Avenue.
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.
Newly opened in July 2017, and located way out on the far northeast side of the city, Level Beer is one to watch. Initial tap list consisted of collaboration brews, with house-brewed beers expected to follow soon.
Friendly neighborhood brewpub in the western edge of the Montavilla business district, so pub-crawlable from Roscoe's. Beer garden in good weather too.
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.
Straightforward off-the-beaten-path simple taproom right next to the brewery, which specializes in German styles. Standards are Kölsch, Alt, and Hefeweizen, sold widely around town in cans; draught-only selections expand to Pils, Dunkel, a delicious seasonal Festbier, Kellerbier, and whatever else the brewers decide to make, but always in a Germany beer style. In August 2016, the Occidental Wursthaus was opened across the parking lot in a 2nd floor location: good hearty German food and a full range of Occidental's beers.
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.