Beer by Beer: Neighborhood brewpub roundup – Hollywood Star News

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By Ted Perkins
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With the October return of seasonal damp and chilly weather, our neighborhood brewpubs can offer a warm and comforting respite. Portland is often referred to as the “beer capital of the world,” and brewpubs have been integral to Northeast and North Portland culture and nightlife for over three decades now. Many neighborhood breweries have become famous for their craft beers and ship their product all over the globe. While each pub is unique, with its own theme and dynamic, they all serve food – often organic and locally sourced – and are almost always family-friendly, with many offering play areas for children. Brewpubs tend to care about the food they serve just as much as they care about crafting the perfect beer. Following are some longtime neighborhood favorites, plus a few newcomers with potential.

Alameda Brewhouse
Spacious, laid-back, family-friendly brewpub in Beaumont Village offers hearty meals, frequent happy hours, seven house brews and seven guest taps.
Address: 4765 N.E. Fremont St. Phone: 503-460-9025. Web: Don’t miss: Yellow Wolf Imperial Double IPA.

Columbia River Brewing Company
Impeccably crafted house and seasonal beers paired with tavern fare are offered in the casual brewpub of this Hollywood neighborhood microbrewery.
Address: 1728 NE 40th Ave. Phone: 503-943-6157. Web: Don’t miss: The Stumbler’s Stout, on nitro, which won a silver medal at the World Beer Cup in 2012.

Concordia Ale House
Utilitarian taproom with 22 craft beers on draft, many bottles, classic American food and free pool.
Address: 3276 N.E. Killingsworth St. Phone: 503-287-2939. Web: Don’t miss: The Road Wrecker IPA from Rusty Truck Brewing.

Culmination Brewing
Tomas Sluiter’s hip taproom in the Kerns neighborhood’s Bindery Annex building pours fresh house-made beers with modern, locally-sourced bar snacks.
Address: 2117 N.E. Oregon St. Phone: 971-254-9114. Web: Don’t miss: Culmination Creme a l’orange.

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