BridgePort Brewing first fired its kettles in 1984, making
it the oldest craft brewery in Oregon. At the time, founders Dick and
Nancy Ponzi had already established themselves as winemakers with P
1406 NW 53rd Ave., 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com.
Reuben’s tasting room is an industrial block filled with
families, tours and the Ballard neighborhood’s larger social groups
Clinton Street Market
3400 SE Clinton St., 234-0372.
From the outside, Clinton Market looks
like a beaten-in little bodega that makes its bones on energy shots,
beef jerky, lottery tickets and
PUBS OF PORTLAND
pubsofportlandtours.com. $29.95 per person, beer included.
Marc Martin is a brewery consultant, adviser and magazine
writer-—so he knows his stuff. His Pubs of Portland tour vis
Ninkasi Brewing Co.
272 Van Buren St., ninkasibrewing.com.
This swag-packed tasting room feels more like a theme-park
gift shop than a pub. But the beer makes up for it. Each is served with
2020 Aloclek Drive, Suite 107, Hillsboro, 971-222-3434, brewbrothers.biz.
Brew Brothers claims to have the widest selection of
brewing equipment in Oregon, and we buy their claim. Sh
1004 N Killingsworth St., 206-4252, saraveza.com. 11 am-midnight daily.
North Portland’s favorite spot to watch a Green Bay
Packers game, Saraveza is a supremely warm
Fort George Brewery and Public House
1483 Duane St., Astoria, 325-7468, fortgeorgebrewery.com.
As an ode to Astoria’s native Goonies, Fort George sells a
T-shirt adorned with Sloth’s “suspen