The following pubs have a brewery on the premises.
Big brewpub in NW Portland, in a neighborhood where it's hard to walk more than a few blocks without finding a brewpub. Everything's all new and shiny, and there's a huge range of house-brewed beers: IPAs, dark ales, sours, and more.
Opened in late March 2019, specializing in Detroit-style pan pizza and a range of food-friendly ales. COVID-19 Update: open for to-go only at current time.
Original home of Breakside, comfortable neighborhood pub with good range of own beers on tap, good pub food, and bottles to go.
Newest of the Breakside group of breweries and taprooms. Huge, modern two-level pub and restaurant, bustling and busy, deservedly popular with a wide-ranging taplist of house beers.
Hidden away in a mixed-use neighborhood of light industry and residences, wide range of beers brewed and on tap, and chances are they will be brewing and you'll savor your beer with the sweet smell of wort in the air. Pub menu is uncomplicated and changes depending on who's running the kitchen.
Big Pacific-Northwest-themed brewpub in NW Portland's Pearl District. Wide range of house beers, from standard to seasonals and one-offs, and extensive food menu too. Easily accessed with Portland Streetcar.
Most Oregon beer lovers would claim that it was inevitable that John Harris, a key figure in Oregon brewing with solid stints at Deschutes and Full Sail, would hang out his own shingle and feature first-rate beer. Most Oregon beer lovers would be correct. Good food, good beer, parking, easy to find, plenty of seating outside too.
Ever been to a brewpub operated as a non-profit business? You have if you've visited Ex Novo. Interesting house beers, good and reasonably priced pub food.
Originating in Ohio, Fat Head's opened its Portland Pearl District store in November 2014. In 2018, the agreement between the Portland owner and Fat Head's expired, and the name changed to Von Ebert's. Huge roomy brewpub, pub food in gigantic portions, wide variety of house and guest beers.
Not so gigantic, but popular, and there's a patio out front on finer days. Clever beers, more clever artwork on the labels, and a fun place to hang out for beers brewed on-premises.
Opened March 2019, originally as an expanded production brewery, no complete with on-premises taproom and full kitchen.
It's not often that a new (well, sort of) brewpub is so strong right at the start, but that's the case here. Strong contender for best new brewpub in Portland in 2016. Note: this was formerly the Mash Tun, before it was sold and the name was changed. The beers are decidedly not the same.
Big, rambling, popular pizza pub with wide range of house beers, on busy SE Powell (US Highway 26) in SE Portland. Popular with families in the general seating section, a little quieter in the bar. B-Corp status, sustainable brewing practices. A Portland fixture.
Irish-themed pub and brewery with, of course, focus on Irish-style beers on tap.
Multi-outlet brewery/pub group; the NE Sandy location is the original. Reliably good beers and hearty pub food on the menu. 2nd location is in the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood.
More than twenty years in, the Lucky Lab is durably popular for pints of English-style ales and inexpensive food. It's grown into a chainlet, with three other locations around the city.
Big beer hall with its own brewery and pizza kitchen. Big back room for special events, wide range of house-brewed beers on tap.
Classic Portland-meets-England local, with a singular claim to fame. The Hillsdale Public House was the first modern-era brewpub in Oregon. Beers are mostly Anglo-American style ales.
More than one pub is under this roof, as well as a restaurant, brewery, movie theater, and hotel rooms. McMenamins is known for their repurposing of old buildings and this one is done well. Note: hours vary at different bars and the restaurant; restaurant hours are given.
Rambling McMenamins pub on the western edge of downtown Portland, handy for pre-func before shows at the Crystal Ballroom.
Roomy neighborhood brewpub in Kerns neighborhood. Nice big beer patio out front.
Friendly neighborhood brewery taproom in the western edge of the Montavilla business district, with recent addition of Threshold Brewing and Blending, plus nearby Roscoe's and Beer Bunker, very pub-crawlable too. Beer garden in good weather.
Pizza place originally started in Northwest Portland's Old Town expanded to this NE PDX location in 2011, featuring more pizza and house-brewed beers in big wood-accented pub. House Shanghai'd IPA won a gold medal at 2015 Great American Beer Festival.
Rambling urban brewpub, Rogue's outpost in NW Portland with plenty of Rogue beer and pub food on hand. The location has its own Portland beer history too, being the original location of Portland Brewing way back in the 1980s.
Big rambling pub and beer garden a short walk from the Commons and Cascade Barrel House. Formerly the Green Dragon, major remodeling and rebranding has done away with the old and in with the Rogue, heavy on house beers plus 19 guest taps.
Rambling Northwest-style brewpub in Hillsdale, pub menu and wide range of house-brewed beers and ciders on tap. Popular with locals.
Former home of BTU Brasserie, then a brewpub under new ownership, now a brewery with a separate independently-owned attached restaurant called Arrowood.
Grand conversion of former church into a beer hall / taproom complete with brewery and full food menu. Best of all, the beers here are quite good.
When Amnesia Brewing moved house across the Columbia to Washougal (and has since closed), Stormbreaker Brewing moved in to fill the gap. It's proven to be popular with locals, with plenty of outdoor seating and a rustic interior with a PDX vibe. Stormbreaker also hosts a few small beer festivals in warmer months.
Newly opened in May 2018, this is a branch of the original Stormbreaker on N. Mississippi Ave. The St Johns pub features a sizable covered beer patio; food and beer options are pretty much as they are at the N Mississippi location. Great new addition to St Johns pub scene.
COVID-19 Update: limited opening days and hours, and outdoor operation only on deck and streetside "parklet." Reduced menu, but plenty of good beer.
Brand new Portland brewpub as of July 24th, 2018. Seating on two levels, bar upstairs, pub food, and everything is so new and shiny. It will get a lived-in look in due time. Very modern, good use of a re-purposed building.
As of 2022, Zoiglhaus has separated the beer brand (still Zoiglhaus) from the pub venue (now dubbed "The Zed"). It's still a roomy pub with a mix of German food and American pub eats, but now there are more food options with the house-brewed American craft and German-inspired beers on tap. Family friendly and huge, with room for as many as 200 guests.