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Clinton Street Market

3400 SE Clinton St., 234-0372.

The well-stocked cooler includes semi-rare imports like Brasserie d'Achouffe and Pinkus, along with Camo Black Extra malt liquor. Five taps pour Barley Brown's and Breakside.

39th Mini Mart

935 SE Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., 234-1411.

This is a squeaky-clean operation, from the high-gloss linoleum floors to lines pumping 64 ounces of DIPA for $9.99. They also stock BuzzBars, a boozy ice-cream confection.

Gresham Tobacco Outlet

1173 NE Division St., Gresham, 661-2290.

Gresham's best growler station is tucked behind the Pony Soldier Inn. They have Blu e-cigs, corncob pipes and hookahs, along with Firestone Walker's barrel-aged barleywine and kegs of Pfriem.

50th Market

5002 SE Woodward St., 235-8642.

This bodega on a through street near Southeast Division and Powell has Abyss in bottles and RPM, kombucha and cider on draft. A normal growler fill runs $10.

Henry's Market

805 SE 82nd Ave., 257-6792.

Henry's is home to nunchucks, brass knuckles and a very friendly owner serving $12 growlers from 10 taps, including Ecliptic and Upright. They're $2 off from 2 to 4 pm.

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