Tasting Hand-crafted Beer in Portland

by Lauren Braden

in Tasting Cascadia

Do you know the feeling? You sink down into a hand-hewn wooden booth at a Portland brewpub and before you is a piece of paper with about 127 different tap beers on it. And you’re supposed to actually decide?

Well, sometimes, you don’t have to decide on just one beer. Go for the tasting flight.

Tasting craft beer in Portland

 

That guy up there is my honey, enjoying a craft beer flight for about $7 at the McMenamin’s brewpub on Broadway in Portland. Isn’t he cute?

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jackie August 12, 2011 at 5:53 pm

Nice! I heart Portland. Great shot. I mean 9 of them!
; )

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Caanan @ No Vacation Required August 17, 2011 at 12:31 pm

We love McMenamin’s. While we don’t for beer to often, I CRAVE their Ruby (paired with a big basket of cajun-tots). In fact, that would probably rank as one of Kent and I’s all time favorites.

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Lauren August 17, 2011 at 12:35 pm

YES the cajun tots are the BEST. I almost always go for the Terminator Stout, myself :)

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