Until recently, getting Hair of the Dog’s barrel-aged brews straight from the breeder meant waiting in the rain by a loading dock. Hair of the Dog’s tasting room (61 SE Yamhill St., 232-6585, hairofthedog.com) is a dachshund’s step up. Located in the industrial east side (Bunk Bar and Boke Bowl are neighbors), the brewhouse is the centerpiece of this beautiful facility, well worth a visit if you’re even a little bit into tanks, barrels and hoses. The airy but otherwise nondescript tasting room (“Come visit, no need to call ahead”) is an afterthought. For starters, it’s only open for limited hours from Wednesday to Sunday. Then there’s the lukewarm, fatted bones sold as duck wings. They’re $6 for three; I suffered two. On the other hand, the tasting room pours modestly priced tasting snifters from the tap and sells a dozen hard-to-find vintages in bottles. Lap it up, then get a tall boy and a sandwich.