| The Twilight Room |
IMAGE: Faulkner Short
LO-BALL: Those who believe that nothing complements a beer better than a good ol' fashioned cigarette will feel right at home in the smoky haze of the Horse Brass Pub (4534 SE Belmont St., 232-2202). P-town's notorious beer authority—serving just about every Oregon microbrew imaginable—is far from a run-down shack, but the ventilation is reminiscent of any good dive. Ditto for the Twilight Room—this equal parts UP student/hipster bar offers more than 20 draft beers and $4.50 pitchers of PBR (hence the clientele). But on a summer afternoon when your lungs need a rest, head to the patio of Produce Row Cafe (204 SE Oak St., 232-8355), which serves 30 beers on tap and 200 beers in bottles for the less-rowdy guzzlers.
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