1212-D SE Powell Blvd., 445-0577, bushwhackercider.com. Noon-11 pm Sunday-Thursday, noon-midnight Friday-Saturday.

America's first cider-only pub is still Portland's most voluminously stocked, a boxy building in Brooklyn made cheerily domestic within, with eight taps that run from Spanish to a pile of Northwesterns, including Bushwhacker's own somewhat inconsistent house product. Try five ciders on a $7 taster tray. And though it loves the locals, Bushwhacker is also the most reliable and cheapest market for ciders in the bottle, including a stacked house of foreigns from France to Basque country to the English hillsides. Oh, and in March they finally opened their much-delayed second cider spot in northeasterly Woodlawn, which has 14 taps and (gasp!) a single beer from Lompoc, dart games and a lot of space to sit—more than 2,000 square feet. They're trying out a food menu there, but the bottle selection's still better in Southeast.  

Happy hour: 2-4 pm Tuesday and Thursday. $1 off drafts.