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The Tugboat was a very special part of Portland that has sadly closed it's doors forever. Those that were able to spend time there surely have fond memories. Even those that stubbled upon it once by chance would have something to remember. The were not...More
This brewpub, one of the earlier beer venues in the city known as "Beervana", will close forever at the end of August, 2017. It's a small, quiet, even contemplative bar better suited for a beer with a book than a rowdy evening. Prices are low,...More
This feels like an independent coffee shop...except they have beer instead of coffee.
-Friendly hipster staff
-20 something beers on tap. And wine.
-Way chill ambiance with old furniture and booths
-Lots of used board games...you can only talk for so long right?
This was the last stop on a 4 brewery beer crawl. The crowd was thin for late on a Friday. Probably because they were out most of their beer options. Should a brew pub every run out!!!! NOT..I was quite disappointed.
Weird place. 3 of their own brews on tap, 11 guest taps and 2 ciders. Their own beers weren’t that great but the guy behind the bar was friendly and funny. People seemed to have nice time there. There was quite a contrast when we...More
This venue was more than perfect for the taste we were searching for on a Saturday night in downtown Portland. Coming from Albuquerque, New Mexico, we're used to the nitty gritty but also a fan of well produced craft brews. The atmosphere and honesty did...More
The beer was good, too! We walked by here twice wanting to go in, but it doesn't open til 4 PM. The third time was the charm and we got to enjoy all the quirks this bar has to offer. My words don't do it...More
This is a small place on a less desirable block of the Pearl District. We walked here after some oysters nearby and almost changed our mind when we got here. The door is black, the windows are dark and the buildings on the same block...More