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Deschutes Brewery & Public House

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Deschutes Brewery & Public HouseDeschutes Brewery & Public House
BA SCORE
96
world-class

186 Ratings
Ratings: 186
Reviews: 92
rAvg: 4.34
pDev: 9.22%
Active Beers: 78
Beer Ratings: 454
Beer Avg: 3.81
Taps: 18
Bottles: 5
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

210 NW 11th Ave
Portland, Oregon, 97209
United States
phone: (503) 296-4906

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @deschutespdxpub

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Sunday - Monday 11am-10pm
Tuesday - Wednesday 11am-11pm
Thursday - Saturday 11am-12am

(Place added by: msubulldog25 on 04-25-2008)
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Photo of Dogbrick
4.33/5  rDev -0.2%

Visited twice during our long weekend in Portland - first for lunch directly from the airport, then again a couple days after the Jubelale 2010 release (we missed out on bottles). The Public House is located on 11th and Davis, and there is metered parking available all over the place.

Inside there is a gift shop right next to the host stand, and once past that area the space opens up a lot. The bar is on the left side offering a view of brewing equipment behind glass. There is table seating in the rest of the area. The look and feel is kind of a hybrid lodge/industrial, with lots of wood and a stone fireplace coupled with exposed pipes and brushed metal. It works. The bar has a chalkboard showing what beers are available.

As for the beers, Deschutes offers a sampler for $7.50 and you can pick which beers you want. The menu seemed to be pretty up to date as far as what beers were available. Not surprisingly all the beers are well-made, and they run the gamut from Organic Amber to a Black IPA to the Porter and everything in between. My favorite beer of the trip was the Jubelale 2010 on draught on the second visit.

The server at lunch was knowledgeable on their beers and even gave recommendations on brewpubs in the Mt Hood area where we were visiting a couple days later. Any suggestions are welcome on a first visit to Portland where you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a brewery/brewpub.

The food at Deschutes is solid. My "gyro" burger and my wife's burger were both really good.

Overall this place definitely needs to be at the top of anyone's "to-visit" list on a Portland trip.

Dogbrick, Feb 18, 2010
Photo of John_M
4.06/5  rDev -6.5%

On my way out of Portland today (alas), I had occasion to stop by this latest addition from Deschutes. I have no doubt this place will do JUST fine...

As one comes in the 11th Street front door, one is immediately impressed by the size of this brewpub and it's high ceilings. The place is large and airy and the wood sculpted figures very impressive. I sat at the bar where service was pretty good, albeit not the most well informed. There was a new irish stout on tap the day I was there, and I asked the bartender how it compared to the Abyss. He indicated that he wasn't much of a dark beer drinker, and hence hadn't tried it and didn't know. This struck me as a bit odd, as I'd think you'd try something as popular as the Abyss, just so you could talk to people about it if nothing else. In any event, the Irish Stout was a nice beer, but (understandably) paled in comparison to the Abyss.

The selection here is pretty interesting, consisting of the usual Deschutes beers and some "unique to the brewpub" specials as well. I wasn't wowed by anything I tried on this particular day, but what I had was solid. Hopefully I'll see some more interesting selections in the future.

Located as it is in the trendy pearl district of Portland, I have no doubt this place will do just fine. The bartender mentioned the place is packed on weekend nights, and even on a late Monday afternoon it was pretty busy. The atmosphere is pretty high end for a brewpub, with great decorations and some interesting, subtle touches. For instance, the two flat screen TV's above the bar were framed by oil painting frames. It's an unusual and nice touch.

This is a very solid place that I have no doubt will do very well in Portland. I'll certainly be back.

John_M, Jun 10, 2008
Photo of GJ40
4.22/5  rDev -2.8%

I stopped in while in town for the Oregon Brewer's Festival. Deschutes is new since my last visit to Portland so it was high on my list.

The space and decor are very impressive. It's a big area that feels even bigger due to the very high ceilings. They have a long bar and lots of tables. And the tables near the bar each have a second level for additional dining space. The decor is very rustic and authentic for such a new place. It's got exposed wooden beams, red walls and several elaborately carved wooden sculptures of wildlife scenes.

They offer 12+ of their own beers on tap and 2 in the cask. I went with the Inversion IPA and was very impressed. I really didn't expect it to be so good.

There's one especially unique thing at the bar. They have a tipping system where there's a copper bin about 15 feet above the center of the bar. Then below that is a pipe coming out of the wall that leads into a metal pot. You're supposed to throw quarters up into the bin and they come down through the pipe into the pot. It's a blast but when our group of four tried it, there were quarters flying everywhere while the people tried to work below. It was quite a site but I wouldn't be surprised if it's removed soon. One of our party had two separate instances where his quarter landed in the pitchers they use to collect extra beer. Try it while it lasts.

This is a great place to enjoy a good beer at the bar or a night out with friends. Check it out.

GJ40, Jul 27, 2008
Photo of sholland119
4.1/5  rDev -5.5%

A very attractive new brewpub in the Pearl District of Portland. We stopped in for lunch with BA msubulldog25.

This is a very attractive room. The pub is located in a renovated auto body shop. Many of the structural elements and the facade have been retained while building a bright, spacious dining area and bar. We sat at the 12-15 seat bar.

Deschutes makes great seasonals in addition to a very good regular rotation. The Portland pub also brews pub only styles. We had a sampler selection of D Straat Dubbel, Hop Trip, Mt. Angel Fresh Hop, Black Butte Porter, Obsidian Stout and Jubelale. Not sure which beer came from which brewery but they were all quite tasty. I particularly liked the fresh hop beers.

Service was attentive, pleasant and professional. We never had to wait for anything.

Food was good but not great. The turkey sandwich and burger were nice but not particularly memorable.

A very enjoyable experience. We would happily go back.

HV

sholland119, Oct 24, 2008
Photo of morebeergood
4.15/5  rDev -4.4%

Day 1 & Stop 1 of our two day Portland Pub Crawl. The wife and I checked into The Nines Hotel and then made our way over here for lunch. Very large weathered brick building from the outside, and a beautiful high ceiling brewpub inside. Very nice woodwork too. Grabbed seats at the bar and we served by a very nice guy bartender. There were 18 beers on tap! Quite a variety. I went with snifters of the Black Butte XXI and the Cherry Quad, while my wife went with the nitro Obsidian Stout. Obscenely good. I also got the elk burger and loved that for lunch. Food came quick, and beers were served promptly. Reasonable prices all around even if it wasn't happy hour. Picked up a nice stemmed beer glass for $5 on the way out. Looking back, we both thought this place was the highlight stop on the pub crawl. A can't miss if you are in Portland.

morebeergood, Jul 17, 2009
Photo of barleywinefiend
3.95/5  rDev -9%

A: Walked in on a Saturday as they opened. Grabbed seats at bar. Pretty laid back.

Q: All Deschutes beer are quality products and this was no different.

S: Our server was prompt and friendly. Recommended a new IPA project which was pretty good

S: They had 2 casks, most of their main staples and 2 others I had not seen outside the pub. I was a little let down on the selection. They did NOT even have good stuff to go. I wanted at least one thing high octane in bottle or draft.

F: Was good and reasonable

barleywinefiend, May 17, 2011
Photo of dirtylou
4/5  rDev -7.8%

Convenient downtown pub - pretty large space that definitely functions first and foremost as a dining room.

The bar area is pretty big, and quite crowded - a long bar surrounded by some light seating and standing tables in the main bar area.

We didnt eat but the menu looks like "upscale bar food" - solid looking burgers and sandwiches, entrees, and some small plates.

A ton of deschutes taps - some pub-only IPA's that were indistinguishable from the typical deschutes hop profile. Nothing really special on tap, but a lot of solid stuff, no doubt.

Happening place on a weekend night - a total change of pace from a lot of the other portland breweries, for better or for worse

dirtylou, Apr 04, 2012
Photo of Rifugium
4/5  rDev -7.8%

My first stop during the Portland beercation. Deschutes' pub has a quasi early-American industrial look combined with a contemporary mountain lodge. Atmosphere is nice, but seems to draw a pretty bad / hipster crowd. Lots of room, and necessarily so considering there seem to be lots of people at any given time. Semi-family oriented, so it's not exactly the kind of gloomy, beerfly, laid-back place that I tend to gravitate to. Service was helpful and typically on the ball. Great selection of beer on tap, all Deschutes of course, and 18 or so nice brews to chose from including some brewpub exclusives. Food menu was very good, and I had a difficult time choosing what I wanted because it all sounded amazing. And what I ended up getting on my initial visit--Yellow Belly Burger or something--was indeed very messy and good. Prices were reasonable. Hope to revisit soon!

Rifugium, Dec 30, 2011
Photo of yemenmocha
4.5/5  rDev +3.7%

My favorite brewpub/restaurant of my visit to Portland for sure. House made veggie burger was delicious, and I liked the local blue cheese option as a topping.

The expected range of Deschutes beers were available, in addition to rare offerings that you can't get outside Oregon. It was nice to see a broader range of beers from their brewers.

Prices & quality were very reasonable for the area. Deschutes was cleaner, more modern and more spacious than Rogue... yet prices were about the same. Service was good overall, though we did have a minor hiccup on one visit. Overall pleasant, and a must-stop of any visit to downtown Portland.

yemenmocha, Aug 06, 2010
Photo of Redrover
4.29/5  rDev -1.2%

I stopped in with my boss, our plan was to have a beer or two and then go somewhere else for dinner. So much for plans, we had such a good time; we ended up staying for over 4 hours!

The long bar is to your left as you enter. There are dining areas to your right. I liked the high ceilings and all the windows as they give this place a very open, airy feeling.

We sat at the bar and received really excellent service from the three bartenders that were manning the bar. They all had plenty of beer knowledge, made good suggestions, were free with samples and were also very friendly and funny.

They had 6 regulars on tap plus an additional 6 or so rotators. They also offered some good bottle selections. I really enjoyed the fresh squeezed IPA, The Hop Henge and a big red whose name escapes me.

The food was great. I liked their take on wings, loved the big pretzel and really liked their soup.

All-in-all, a great experience for us. I realize Portland has a ton of good places and I think this one is in the top echelon. .

Redrover, Mar 17, 2014
Photo of seanchai
4.25/5  rDev -2.1%

seanchai, Dec 31, 2013
Photo of spointon
4.38/5  rDev +0.9%

I visited the Deschutes Public House in Portland on 3/25/2010.

This place is located in a cool area of downtown Portland called the Pearl district. Lots of restaurants and shops nearby, including the legendary Powell books.

Parking was on the street and could be a challenge at busy times I think. Upon entering, the bar is straight ahead on the left and the entire rest of the place is one huge dining room. Lots of woodwork throughout (douglas fir and other huge pine beams dominate).

There was a wide selection of Deschutes beers on tap, and I was happy to see that a sampler tray of six 4 oz pours was available, and that I could select which six beers I wanted in the sampler. Very cool. All of the beers I tried were very well made and tasty.

Service was very friendly but just a bit slow at times. Not a deal breaker by any means though.

The food was really quite good. I had the buffalo stroganof and it rocked.

All in all this is a great place with very fair prices that I will visit every time I come to Portland.

spointon, Mar 26, 2010
Photo of Floydster
3.63/5  rDev -16.4%

This place has one of the nicest exteriors you will ever see and inside is not too shabby either, their brewing equipment is about as shiny as it gets, we sat down at the bar during happy hour on a Wednesday night, ordered the sliders for $4.50 and when they came their bite size and three of them, most expensive food in Portland size wise, it was not great either which made it worse, the atmosphere in here is very upscale and nice, everything in here was immaculate, they have a cool inventory of frisbees, shirts, glassware, bottles, etc. when you walk in the door too, service was very weak, there was probably too many people to be working in the first place, and then to boot they were all just standing around talking to each other rather than concentrating on the customers, saw a few other guests get anxious about it too, I had just had the 2005 vintage of Mirror Mirror out of the bottle a week before the trip but wanted to try it fresh on tap, so I ordered a snifter, they only filled it about a quarter of the way, literally five to six ounces for $5.25, another thing I was not particularly happy about with this place, the beer was good though but I prefer it with some age and out of the bottle I think, all else aside, they do have about eight brews that of their own that I have never seen or even heard about it, we tried them all and the only one that stuck out being above average was the bock, all their beers on tap only, there is about sixteen to eighteen of them if I remember correctly, cool place but a little expensive for me, I would still go back, recommended

Floydster, Jun 09, 2009
Photo of jjboesen
3.28/5  rDev -24.4%

Located amid the gentrifying heart of the Pearl District, and right on the (southbound ) track of the streetcar line (always convenient for any Portland pubcrawl), Deschutes is a recent additionn to Portland's beer scene - as if they needed one.

The decor is somewhat reminsicent of a Pacific Northwest hunting lodge with plenty of wood and local decor. Upon entry is the packed bar area opposite a larger dining room - also packed. The crowds were probably the reason for the poor service; it was 20 minutes before I got my first beer.

But the beer is the thing: Deschutes offers six "Classic Brews" that include their delicious Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Black Butte Porter and Obsidian Stout; also on tap were several "Pub Exclusive," which are rotated and a seasonal. Topping it off are two casks. Nice, well-rounded selection. The food was decent enough - and even offers elk. (Hear that Sarah Palin?)

I would have liked it better if it weren't so crowded and the service were better. Incidentally, I returned two days later for a late lunch (and to give it another chance); no such luck - service still sucked, so I went to Bridgeport. Great beer, but you can find it elsewhere in Portland.

jjboesen, Sep 27, 2008
Photo of Beerandraiderfan
3.79/5  rDev -12.7%

Smack dab in downtown Portland, although my iphone map led me somewhere in East Portland, but I digress. Huge place, much bigger than the one in Bend, wood all over the place, cool carvings, big long bar, big glass allows you to see some brew equipment. Largest urinals anywhere.

This most recent time I was there, the brewer's reserve selection or whatever its called wasn't the greatest, but I like that it has never been the same thing. Porter/stout and the saison were decent. Whatever the ipa, it was horrible. Screwed up my tasting order. Didn't fix it. Picked up a case of XXIII relatively easy though. Place always seems packed, even though it probably accomodates over 300, but it is downtown. Smelled lovely. Great woodworking carvings. Weird bi-level tables in the bar area, someone let me know what that is all about. Pizza?

Beerandraiderfan, Jul 11, 2011
Photo of msubulldog25
4.18/5  rDev -3.7%

I'm so happy that Portland's newest brewpub opened (in late April 2008) just a 10-minute walk from my office. The space is a gutted and remodeled 90-year-old auto garage, sandwiched between NW 10th & 11th on Davis in the Pearl District's 'Brewery Blocks'.

It's got a casual feel with exposed structural timbers, huge west- and south-facing windows and two crimson-painted walls covered with framed photos, festival posters and original artwork (from Deschutes' bottle labels). It's partial carpeted with black and green 'tartan'-prints and has a massive framework of ornately-carved salvaged wood beams subdividing the dining space (beavers and otters and ducks...oh my! ). A few widescreen TV's, tuned to CNN or ESPN, dot the walls. As eclectic as it sounds, the feel does, in fact, work... Even the bathrooms are well-planned, with a spacious, skylit men's room showcasing huge porcelain urinals, a rather 'sexy' concrete sink/trough and a view of the underbelly of a rooftop-mounted grain silo. Be sure to check out all the GABF medals and awards mounted (literally rising to the ceiling) on the wall adjacent to the restrooms, as well as a good view into the small on-site brewery.

The beers are solid Deschutes offerings: 6 or 7 standards, 4 or 5 'Pub Exclusives' and a couple casks. The six I tried on this day (served in a numbered wooden paddle) were: Bachelor Bitter, Armory XPA, Black Butte Porter (cask), Altitude Amber, St. Abe Belgian and 2005 Mirror Mirror Barleywine. All were served at proper temperature, absolutely no complaints. Taps total 16 (or 18 counting the two cask offerings) and the 'X'-tap that has been a trademark of the Bend Pub has been brought to Portland, too. Pint costs (20 oz.) are $4.25, with 1/2 pints for $2.50 and 6 pc. samplers (4 oz. each - your choice) for just $6.

In two visits (both lunches) food has been good, if not spectacular. First visit was a turkey sandwich, which was fine, with some ho-hum fries. Second visit (today) was a blue cheese & bacon burger that was delicious, served with a good salad of mixed greens. Prices are sorta high ($11.50 for a burger w/ side?), but modest beer prices make them a bit more tolerable.

I like the service; both times, greetings have been prompt and friendly, servers attentive and knowledgeable as to what's available. I understand things can get a bit frenetic during 'happy hours', especially with a 'hot' new pub, but my two noon-time experiences have been relaxed and enjoyable.

All in all, Deschutes' new pub is worthy and deserves the patronage of locals and visitors alike. I hope that the food consistency will improve (as I've read numerous reports of sub-par servings), but my experiences have definitely been good enough to give this pub a whole-hearted recommendation.

msubulldog25, May 16, 2008
Photo of shivtim
4.25/5  rDev -2.1%

Visited Deschutes for dinner while at a conference in Portland.
It's in the Pearl District, an easy walk from most of the hotels in downtown, and also on the streetcar route. Rogue's Alehouse is a short walk away.

On the inside it's like a huge hunting lodge. Lots of tables, a bar, a couple of eating sections all encompassed by huge wood-vaulted ceilings. The brewing ops are visible. Mixed crowd.

Impressive selection, with 17 from Deschutes on tap, plus 2 on cask. Only 7 of these were of the "standard" bottled variety. The rest were limited or seasonal brews, and included a saison, an IPA, and a Maibock.

Service was great. Our waitress was very friendly, attentive, and informative, and was able to answer beer questions. Our food came out quickly, and was pretty good. I had the fish and chips, which were made with pretty good pieces of halibut. The portions were large... you can take some home.

A very good experience all around.

shivtim, Jun 13, 2010
Photo of jaydoc
4.5/5  rDev +3.7%

jaydoc, Oct 12, 2013
Photo of jera1350
3.65/5  rDev -15.9%

The atmosphere here is very large and new with Pacific Northwest flair, but it does feel quite a bit touristy, unlike the other beer places in Portland.

A wide variety of Deschutes beers, but there was literally only one beer available that I could not get in bottles in MN. Not exactly the unique experience we were looking for. People can buy your beers half way across the country, if you want people to visit your taproom, you should probably offer up some unique beers or what's the point?

Had the mixed bar nuts which were awesome. Coated in a beer syrup, they were very sweet and satisfying.

The service was okay. Sat at the bar and waited several minutes before being helped. One of the bartenders decided to fill up a bunch of samplers several minutes after we got there instead of taking our order, but whatever. My wife went with a coffee as we just came in from the rain. The bartender asked if she needed a refill (she had half a cup left) and she said sure. He came back to say that they were brewing a fresh pot, but failed to bring her the rest of the cup she already had. We waited five to ten minutes more, but still no coffee. Left a minimal tip and left.

A nice and new place, but lacks the uniqueness of so many other Portland establishments. I'll pass next time.

jera1350, Jun 22, 2013
Photo of plaid75
4.13/5  rDev -4.8%

The exterior is welcomes you with a large neon Deschutes sign and the names of their brews emblazened on the building facade.

The interior was cavernous, with a long bar to the left, bar seating in the middle and dining room seating to the right. The bar easily sat 20 patrons.

The draft list included 16 house selections, which were fresh and tasty. Excellent brewpub only selections that are found nowhere else around PDX.

We sat at a high pub table in the bar area and ordered some pub grub, which was tasty. The staff was friendly and attentive.

plaid75, Apr 28, 2010
Photo of tobelerone
3.75/5  rDev -13.6%

tobelerone, Jul 03, 2014
Photo of jdense
4.18/5  rDev -3.7%

Located in the trendy Pearl District, Deschutes spared no expense in their first non-Bend outpost. Beautiful woodwork provides a true Northwest feel. Of course, the beers are the star here. While all the Deschutes staples are readily available, several brewpub only offerings are poured ala the Public House in Bend. On one visit I had a delicious Dubbel-style, another a Black IPA. The food is all of excellent quality, though a bit on the spendy side. The service was attentive, especially at the bar. Despite the growing spectre of Deschutes nationally, an absolute must visit for the traveling BA when in Beervana.

jdense, Aug 29, 2009
Photo of Mothergoose03
3.84/5  rDev -11.5%

This was stop #18 for my wife and I on a 21-day pub-crawl from Michigan to N. CA and OR. We stopped here on a Saturday morning to enjoy their beers and to have lunch. The pub is located in corner building in a very busy section of the downtown area, and parking was difficult. We thought that we were early for the lunch hour, but we were sooo wrong. A 30 minute wait was needed before we were seated. (The bar area was jammed so I didn’t even try to get a beer to drink while waiting.)

The interior is nicely decorated to go with a beer pub theme, but because of the largeness of the place and the din of the large crowd I did not get a feeling of comfort that I like to have for a casual meal. We ordered the standard sampler flight of 6 beers (18 were available) to go along with our food. All of the beers was very well made, and all of them were better than average. The Two Step IRA was the most notable (we liked it better than Fresh Squeezed). The food was also very good.

Because of how busy this place was and the size of the noisy crowd we did not enjoy ourselves as much as we would have liked. However, the beer and the food are good enough reasons to come back here again, but we’d try to find a slack time to do so.

Mothergoose03, Jun 27, 2014
Photo of benito
4.08/5  rDev -6%

I love Deschutes. They make great beer. The public house has exceptional food. Two of my favorite nights I've had since moving to Portland last summer have taken place, in part at least, at Deschutes. One of those was the Abyss release party. The table next to mine left and abandoned what we estimated to be 50 oz of untouched Abyss on the table. Fearless beer advocates (and stingy bastards) that my friends and I are, we asked our servers if we could snag their leftovers. Holy, we found ourselves in Abyss heaven. If that doesn't endear a place to you, then what does?

The food is exceptional--from the house made soft pretzels to the house-cured meats plate to the special Abyss-inspired menu they served at the release party. The service, as I suggested, is good humored and attentive.

In addition to the regular Deschutes lineup, they often tag on seven or eight in-house brews (not bottled or available elsewhere) and one or two that have been sent over from the Bend pub. Their Fresh Hop Mirror Pond and Fresh Hop "Goschie's Sterling" were two of the best beers of last fall; currently, they're offering a delicious beer called Black Pearl Ale, that straddles the line between mild and porter. And, of course, The Abyss is on tap.

I do not, however, like the Pearl. I am glad the Pearl District exists. I am glad that an otherwise ignored part of Downtown has been economically jumpstarted. And I am glad that this has been done without negatively impacting low-income communities, like so gentrification so often does. But I just don't like the vibe. I'm always keenly aware of when I've crossed into that part of town, and even a good--actually, exceptional--brewpub rubs me a little bit the wrong way. Maybe I'm too influenced by my socialist-leaning and hipster friends, but I bristle at the yuppy excesses and prices of everything Pearl. And therein lies my love/hate relationship with the Deschutes Public House.

Move this place to any other part of Portland and it would be heaven on earth.

benito, Dec 22, 2008
Photo of indiapaleale
4.63/5  rDev +6.7%

The interior of this place is absolutely ginormous. Looking up at the ceiling makes you feel like you're in a warehouse. Its such a cool place with a really great feel.

Lots of Deschutes beers on tap, I had the HopHenge which was awesome. Happy hour every day from 4-7 gets you a buck or so off of a rotating beer. It happened to be the Black Butte Porter when I was there.

Service was exceptional. Our waitress was just plain awesome. She was all about letting us sample everything and even said that if we didn't like our food after on bite that she would trade it for something else. She was truly great.

Food was excellent by the way. They had a elk burger that looked great. I got a flatbread pizza that was great as well.

ANother plus is that they sell their beer to go and have a little gift shop. They had bombers of Hop Henge going for $5. What a deal! This place is a great place for lunch or dinner or just some drinks at the huge bar.

indiapaleale, Feb 19, 2009
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