1. BridgePort Brewery & Brewpub1313 NW Marshall St, Portland
2. Hair of the Dog Brewery61 SE Yamhill St, Portland
3. Full Sail Brewing Co.506 Columbia St, Hood River
4. Barley Brown's Brew Pub2190 Main St, Baker City
5. Bend Brewing Company1019 NW Brooks St, Bend
6. Laurelwood Public House & Brewery5115 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland
7. Widmer Brothers Brewing Co.929 N Russell St, Portland
8. Rogue Ales Brewery on the Bay2320 SE Osu Dr, Newport
9. Pelican Pub & Brewery33180 Cape Kiwanda Dr, Pacific City
10. Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House210 NW 11th Ave, Portland
Bridgeport Brewery & Brewpub features six of its most popular beers on tap, as well as a mouthwatering selection of gourmet twists on pub classics such as the Bridgeport Burger and Cuban pork sandwich.
Hair of the Dog works to obtain local ingredients for all of its brews, which is great for the community. It's also great for the people who drink their beers, with 8 on-tap selections to choose from at their taproom. Growler refills are available for 5 of them, in case you're the kind of person who likes to stock up for the winter.
Full Sail is the second largest craft brewery in Oregon. It puts out quality seasonal brews and thousands of barrels of the local favorite Henry Weinhards.
This small brewery in a small town is worth a road trip. The beer is made just right, and the Palette Jack IPA or Shredder’s Wheat are the must-try beers on the menu.
Bend Brewing, overlooking Mirror Pond, is a local favorite, and others are noticing as it's consistently showing in festivals and national events. Be sure to try Ching Ching American Sour or Wicked Medicine.
Laurelwood is the perfect family spot (or spot to watch families actually behave), because there's something for everyone. They feature an impressive amount of seasonal brews, and fresh-ingredient pub food.
Widmer Brothers is capable of filling 300 kegs per hour, which, if you're keeping track at home, is a lot of kegs. The Gasthaus Pub features an assortment of German-inspired dishes, and the banquet facility on the second floor has three separate rooms with a combined area of 2,818 square feet.
Rogue Ales are not only beers that stand out on their own, but ones meant to be paired with food, which explains why there are so many brewpub pairing options. Stick with the Hazelnut Brown Nectar or Smoke Ale.
Even though it isn't as big as other breweries, with brews like Kiwanda Cream Ale and Stormwatcher’s Winterfest, Pelican Pub & Brewery is making a name for itself by offering some of the state's best food and beer pairings.
Drop in to sample the 18 varieties of beer on tap, as well as the selection of seasonal and experimental brews created onsite. You can also bring your own growler and fill it with your favorite hoppy beverage, although there are growlers for purchase if you're not already cool enough to own one.