Food & Drink

Hops, with a side of haggis

Published On 03/28/2012 Published On 03/28/2012

The new dude in the kitchen for the LoBu brew barons dedicated his fresh menu to "food from any country that drinks beer" (take THAT, Iran). What it means for you: stuff like tangy housemade haggis built from the brewery’s spent grain, pork schnitzel coated in rye/caraway breadcrumbs & topped w/ a fried-then-baked egg, and soon, a red velvet cake "Twinkie", which'll be the only thing that survives if Iran reads that beer joke up top.

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1. Burnside Brewing Co. 701 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214 (Ne Portland)

Beers produced at Burnside Brewery are unfiltered and cleaned of particulates using a lagering process. In layman's terms, this means that the beer takes longer to make but tastes like liquid sunshine. The menu features a selection of cured meats and charcuterie that has been meticulously paired with the beers on offer.