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BridgePort Brewing Co. / Brewpub

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BridgePort Brewing Co. / BrewpubBridgePort Brewing Co. / Brewpub
Based on:
26 Beers
4,305 Hads
Place Score: 87
Reviews: 47
Visits: 100
Avg: 3.86
pDev: n/a
Taps: 10
Bottles: 8
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

1313 NW Marshall St
Portland, Oregon, 97209
United States
phone: (503) 241-7179

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @bridgeportbrew

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Pub Phone: (503) 241-3612

Monday - Thursday 11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday 7:00am - 12:00am
Sunday 1:00pm - 9:00pm
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Reviews: 47 | Visits: 100
Photo of guityler83
3.83/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

Our first stop in Portland and a brewery that actually makes it to MKE. We walked in on a sunny day and had our choice of where to sit. With two floors and a patio we opted for the upstairs since the heat was catching up to us.

The decor was pretty straight forward, brick and glass building with metal stair case in the center and ivy on the outside - nothing giving it too much character inside, but it was alright. When we sat down our waiter came up quickly with a few menus we needed a minute to peruse the lineup - I was slightly disappointed about not seeing anything unique or different on the menu from what I've found in bottles, however they did have a bomber of Raspberry Tart that sounded refreshing at the moment so we went with that. subtle tartness with a strong raspberry sweetness and light body.

The BBQ pork sandwich was excellent - so much so I had to inquire about the BBQ Sauce and whether they sold it, unfortunately they didn't, however our awesome waiter brought me 2 containers of the IPA BBQ - dope!

While the beer didn't blow me away it did have great service and food. A good spot to hit for dinner, but wouldn't be my first choice if beer is what you are after.

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Photo of nickfl
3.45/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

Stopped in for lunch on a Wednesday. Nice, upscale brewpub, very pleasant outside patio area. The beer is good but not memorable, especially for the area. Service was a bit incompetent, but that's just one waitresss, doubt it was representative. The beer selection was a bit disappointing, nothing very interesting. The food was also a weak spot, not bad but not up to the level of everything else I encountered in Portland.

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Photo of highTempo
3.94/5  rDev +2.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4

Better than average food selection for a brewpub. In general their beers are not my favorite but are almost all pretty good. The space is decent and they have a nice outdoor patio that's open in the summer. They typically have an in-house special on 6-packs to go (often $5 for one variety) that can be a great deal. I'd like to see them stretch out a bit with the beer styles.

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Photo of flagmantho
3.9/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4.25

My friends and I stopped in at Bridgeport Brewpub for dinner and some beers after a day of hard work attending Oregon Brewers Fest in downtown Portland. We sat in the mezzanine section which has a neat feel to it, as the interior walls are the erstwhile exterior walls of the neighboring building. Décor was a standard, modern, clean brewpub look.

The beer selection was decent, but most of their offerings were the brews that they sell in bottles. The beer was tasty enough, but it would have been fun to try something more exotic. I went with the cherry chocolate stout which really hit the spot for me.

Service was friendly and knowledgeable enough about the beers, though they seemed understaffed so it was a bit slow. The food is quite good indeed, though; I had the pot roast sandwich and was quite pleased, and my brother had the shepherd's pie which was likewise better than we were expecting.

If it were located in almost any other city, I would definitely revisit Bridgeport. However, with the approximately one billion other excellent brewpubs in Portland, I probably won't prioritize another visit here on my next trip down.

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Photo of Monteiro
4.28/5  rDev +10.9%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

So this will be a bit of an unusual review in that I didn't visit, I actually had my wedding reception here in August. Other than The Big Day Itself, i have probably been there a dozen times through the past 5 years.

Atmosphere- Very large street-side deck, tons of tables on the main level with views of the bakery area and production rooms, second level is more focused around high-tops and TV screens. The banquet room that we used was all exposed timber and arched windows; totally picturesque. As with most Portland brewpubs, it is very low on both formality and snobbishness.

Quality-Above average. We were able to have the stout on nitro tap and a cask, which was dope. They do a fresh hop ale annually which is also dope.

Service-Generally awesome. Normal service is attentive but not overbearing. Staff was super knowledgeable about the beverages and food that they serve. For the event they indulged our every whim without question or hesitation and were super-competent and patient.

Food-A game of two halves. Their normal menu if down-the-middle pub food, or the normal burgers, fries, and salads denomination. Great beaked goods, particularly the pretzels. For the wedding reception the food was fantastic. We had salmon and a mushroom chicken item, both of which were great. They had a hazelnut blackberry salad that everyone loved and which was about as Oregon as you can get.

Value-Pretty good. Stupid cheap happy hour ($3 pints if memory serves). We fed 90ish people at $40 a head plus $12 a person in booze, which worked to 2-2.5 alcoholic drinks a piece. We had set a higher drink limit which we did not hit.

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Photo of msubulldog25
3.73/5  rDev -3.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.75

Wow, have never reviewed this place... but have visited a couple times every year since we moved to Portland almost 14 years ago (pre-remodel). Bridgeport was, in fact, our very first stop after landing in Portland (May 1999) for an exploratory visit. I remember the low ceilings, communal benches and somewhat grungy feel of what was then a pizza pub in the midst of a VERY working-class neighborhood (remember the aroma of the meat rendering plant across the street in particular...). Now Bridgeport is a different place, modernized with an 'industrial chic' aesthetic that plays well with the expansive condos and gentrification on surrounding Pearl District blocks.

Yesterday, my wife and I made an impromptu stop for a couple Happy Hour pints (still a bargain at $3) and warm pretzels. The day was warm and sunny, appropriate as it was my birthday! Sat on the east-facing loading dock deck eying the foot traffic (good people-watching) and the mix of business professionals and 20-something hipsters seated around us. Have sat many times inside near the fancy marble bar or at high tables nearby. The space is really 3 different areas, divided fairly equally between: a bar/pub immediately inside the front doors (a couple TVs usually tuned to games), a lower-level dining hall ('gift shop' area in-between, filled with T-shirts and fancy growlers and bottles to-go) and an upper bar/banquet space for large groups and overflow dining. Large chunks of the upper floor and walls are cut away, creating a much more open, day-lit space than before. For guys, I recommend a visit (warranted or not) to the upstairs Mens room; you will not find a larger urinal anywhere!

So the beer here? Pretty standard stuff from the regular Bridgeport lineup. True imperial pints are poured and free samples given, so no complaints with size. temperature is also appropriate... not too cool. Blue Heron (S's choice) and their flagship IPA are always on, as are their bigger beers like Kingpin and Hop Czar (my choice yesterday). Got to try a couple of seasonals: the Smooth Ryed (a rye, duh?) and Summer Squeeze (lemongrass and yuzu make for an "interesting" citrus character). Service was efficient and reasonably friendly - which I've found to be the case on most instances over the years.

Menu is pretty extensive, pizzas are pretty tasty, too. I miss the bakery that lasted here for a few years. Prices are a bit high, but the whole neighborhood is sorta that way.

Worth a visit if you're in NW and want some nostalgia, although not a destination for most beer geeks (anymore). But I'm glad we went yesterday am usually happy with the experience on any (infrequent) visit.

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Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
3.86/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Stopped here on a Sunday afternoon. Building laid out rather odd on the outside, but inside it was somewhat impressive. Went upstairs to the bar on the north side of the building and got a sampler. All their beers were solid, with the Scotch Ale type beers my favorites, one of which I recall was barrel aged. I didn't have any food, and the service was very friendly. Normally I would say I would visit this place again, but considering I'm not a local and the amount of competition in the area I probably will still need to check out the other 48 breweries in the city first, but would definitely recommend at least a first visit, as they are a high quality brewery.

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Photo of dexterk1
3.4/5  rDev -11.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 3

It is is a nice building. Beer selection is sort of limited. I was expecting them to have some specialty beers that are not readily available, but they did not. It seemed like a list of standard beers that they make all the time. The food was just average. Not bad but definitely not anything exceptional. Atmosphere was not bad, and actually was good. Service was average, just like the food(not great, just average). Prices were not too bad. I think they were reasonable for the area in which it is located.

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Photo of cbarrett4
3.13/5  rDev -18.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 2.5 | food: 3

For being located in an historic building, this is one bland establishment. It's got that new, modern build vibe, but put against the old brick and mortar it reminds me of Henry's. It would have been nice to have them build it up like the old days and truly pay homage to the history of Oregon. But it is sterile.

The beers are very good, but really there is nothing on tap that is not available in virtually every grocery store in Oregon. The two rotating taps have almost always been whatever seasonal six pack is in market (like the Cafe Negro or Hop Czar). So I wouldn't really go out of my way for the beer.

The food is average at best. Overpriced for what it is. Paying for all that modern construction I'm sure.

And it's a bit out of the way unless you live in one of the nearby blocks. It's a far walk to the hoppin center of the Pearl. Nothing really truly Portland about it. Nothing really of note nearby except a big REI... It's a place that I might recommend going once if you've been pretty much everywhere else.

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Photo of jdense
4.1/5  rDev +6.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Visited late afternoon 8.12.2010.

After my ultra-unpleasant experience at Lompoc on 23th, I decided I needed a beer to salve my frayed nerves. Bridgeport represents the best of the PNW brewpub scene. The old historic building that it is located in has several different areas with room for meetings, etc., and a nice well worn in feeling. I liked the outdoor seating area on a nice day, with a bar facing the street where you can catch a breath of fresh air while enjoying high quality food and ale. The beer here is of the utmost quality, while their buzz may have been surpassed by some of the new kids on the block, Bridgeport under the stewardship of iconic brewer Carl Ockert, produces consistently enjoyable beers. I was pleasantly surprised to find a cask conditioned Porter (!) available, and it was very delicious. The selection featured all the standards, with two cask beers usually available. Service was attendant and pleasant, unlike the uber-snotty bartender at Lompoc. I came in during happy hour, and I have to say they may have the best happy hour menu in town, $3 pints and multiple items at price points from $2-6 dollars, and everyone around me appears to be really enjoying their food. The one down side about this location is parking is a bit tough. While I don't venture here very much anymore, I'd say this is a must stop if you are introducing out-of-towners to the the PDX brewpub scene. Recommended.

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Photo of Offa
4.68/5  rDev +21.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This is a great brewpub and one of the best I've been too.

The atmosphere is nice, very attractive, interesting, and well laid-out inside, with a huge outdoor patio area one the side. The building is an interesting old industrial place, too. The seating inside is also comfortable, roomy, yet reasonably cozy despite having some privacy and it is not overly loud even when busy.

Quality of beers is excellent overall.

Service that we had was really outstanding, friendly, efficient, attentive, and very pleasant.

The beer selection was great, with cask beer and a nice range of their great beers, the beer selection presented being up to date (unlike its near neighbour, Rogue).

Food is excellent, well above par for even good beer places, with a range of interesting and unusual dishes while everything is handled and prepared very nicely.

This is a top place in Portland in our book.

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Photo of squaremile
3.59/5  rDev -7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5

Tucked in an interesting corner of NW PDX, this mammoth building houses one of the more widely known brewing operations in Oregon. We started with a pint of Hop Czar, which is always pleasant, but I was disappointed by the lack of special releases or house one-offs on tap. We then went on what was perhaps the lamest and most superficial brewery tour I've ever been on with minimal engagement from our guide. We avoided some of the more interesting rooms and just looked at tanks while he pointed out other stuff. That left a disappointing feel to the experience, but would be a cool place if you are really into Bridgeport stuff.

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Photo of hopsbreath
3.93/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

Visited Bridgeport during my most recent trip to Portland. None of their beers in the bottle really excite me but I was denied service when I was there back in 2006 due to the bartender thinking my Tennessee driver's license was a fake. This return trip was to see what I missed out on.

Nice atmosphere inside. Lots of stainless steel, lots of wood, and an abundance of exposed brick. A very cozy and relaxing place for sure; my wife and I opted to head to the loft upstairs.

Service was good. Our server was quick to the point without much flair and we were served quickly. She was the only server for the packed loft and not once did I find myself wonder where the food/drinks were. Definetley a job well done.

The beers are all about average if not a little better. They run a $3 pint special at happy hour served in imperial pint glasses.

My wife and I split a pizza that was among one of the best pizzas I have ever had. For dessert we split a chocolate bread pudding that was also worth mentioning. The dessert paired wonderfully with the ping of Blackstrap stout I was sipping on. That combination receives my highest recommendation.

The value was very good. One wild Oregon mushroom pizza, two pints each for my wife and me for a total of four pints, and one chocolate bread pudding came to a total of $35...tip included.

I would recommend this place for a relaxing evening and enjoyable time with friends. The beer is not the best, but the value makes it better. I am moving to Portland in May and you will be able to find me at Bridgeport during happy hour on occasion.

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Photo of djbreezy
3.63/5  rDev -6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

The interior is pretty cool here. The glass elevator is quite awesome. The couches in the bar area are nice as well to relax on.

The place gets very crowded on the weekends. That was one downside.

I like the bakery portion downstairs as well and the exterior is incredibly cool to look at.

The service was fine the times I've been here and the food is excellent. There are some nice vegetarian options on the menu. It's also nice that there is a wine menu in addition to the beers. It's nice to have so many places to sit...from the restaurant to the separate bars upstairs and downstairs.

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Photo of Dogbrick
3.64/5  rDev -5.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Walked to Bridgeport on the suggestion of our server at Deschutes. It is located on Marshall and 13th, and there is street parking in all directions.

The interior has an industrial feel and is 2 levels, giving it a very open look. Lots of brick and exposed pipe, and dark colors. The bar is in the rear with a view of some of the small batch brewing equipment. There is also a permanent beer menu situated behind the bar displaying their regular and seasonal beers. There is also a small gift shop area with a cooler of bottled beer to go.

The beer selection consists of around 7 including 1 or 2 seasonals. There is a sampler available for $7.50. The beers are pretty standard offerings such as Amber, IPA, and ESB plus a couple of higher-end beers like a Scotch ale and the Hop Czar IPA. The standard beers are pretty average with the bigger brews being better.

Service was good on a weekday afternoon. The bartender was covering the area where we sat and he was knowledgeable about their available beers.

We did not try any food on this visit.

Overall Bridgeport is not at the top of the list as far as places I would hit on a return visit to Portland but I am glad we stopped in.

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Photo of RedBrewer83
4.1/5  rDev +6.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Bridgeport brewing, has been one of my go to places in Portland for some time. I'm usually down in the pearl district for some reason...anyway the atmosphere is great, huge open rooms, very rustic urban feel, lots of exposed metal and wood beams, kind of dark with stainless steel popping up here and there. The quality of Bridgeport is solid, not the best in Portland, but very good and seems like as of late they are really improving and branching out. The service is always good, and I love that they are open later. The selection is a little better than standard, their standard set is good, but lately they have been trying some new styles and playing around more, always fun to try. The food is very good for a pub, kind of upscale pub food but a little nicer and a little more varied than your average nachos or burger. The price is right, these guys give you a good bang for your buck.

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Photo of morebeergood
3.86/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Day 1 & Stop 3 of the Portland Pub Crawl. Grabbed some seats outside on the cool deck. Not a great view, just another brick building, but beats being inside on a nice night. Our waitress was very friendly and quick. There were 7 beers on tap, but I found out the Old Knucklehead was kicked. So I went with the Hop Czar Triple IPA on cask. Wife went with Porter. Both solid choices. Finished those up and went inside to check it out. Pretty good crowd for a Tuesday. Two floors, packed with people. Very cool industrial look, lots of brick and stainless steel. Not a huge selection of beers, but a great brewpub to hang out at.

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Photo of Floydster
3.35/5  rDev -13.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3

We went here on day three in Portland and stopped for the sole purpose of trying Old Knucklehead on tap, unfortunately we missed it by a few hours, we each settled for a glass of Hop Czar which was quite good, I have had all of their beers before other than this new IPA, so I was not very excited about anything else once I heard the barleywine was tapped out, starting with the atmosphere, really like the creative idea of molding a bakery into this operation, other than that this place is pretty dry, very nice inside as far as furniture and the building but there is just not much too it, lacked the aura that many of the other Portland beer establishments have, quality wise it is super clean inside, new everything, nicely organized, service was decent altough the few bartenders that we asked questions were a little rude, they had about eight of their beers on tap, also a few select bottles for sale, too bad there was not any Stumptown Tart though, food looked decent especially the baked goods but we were still full from earlier in the day, probably would not go back here unless they release something extravagant and this was the only place to get it, still worth checking out probably

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Photo of emquilxy
3.5/5  rDev -9.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stopped in on a recent Portland trip only because we were headed to Rogue, but found parking in front of BridgePort.

Atmosphere was nice, but more "family" on a Sunday evening. We only split a pizza, but it was excellent! Fantastic homemade crust and more unusual toppings (homemade brats, apples, cheddar).

The beer was very inexpensive: $7.50 got us nice size samples of all 8 current drafts. The stout and porter were pretty good, but I felt everything else was quite bland. Not bad, but nothing exceptional. They seemed to be more like a brewery catering to the masses: it reminded me of Rock Bottom.

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Photo of Tucquan
4.2/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I visited this spot twice during a 2-week stay in the outskirts of Portland. It's a bit of the beaten path but I walked here from Deschutes and Rogue.

It's in a great, big building. You can eat or drink in the lower or upper levels. The beer and food were both excellent, which is what drew me back a second time. I particularly like the vegetarian fare, which I've never had in a brew pub before. I had the Vegan bowl which in addition to the vegetables had very firm tofu. For variety, you can add fish or meat toppings to the Vegan bowl!

The crowd was energetic and having a good time.

Definitely worth seeking this place out. I'm going back when I return to Portland next week.

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Photo of indiapaleale
4.25/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Definitely another stand out place to go to in Portland. BridgePort is however a fairly upscale establishment with a focus that is equally divided between serving food to the middle class masses and providing beer.

This place is huge and it gets pretty busy in the evenings. Their is a bakery that sells random pastries and donuts which I found interesting.

Had an Imperial Porter that they don't bottle which was good. They sell half pints which is pretty cool. Food was very good pub fare, nothing amazing though.

Worth checking out if you're staying in the city.

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Photo of olmatty
4.5/5  rDev +16.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

In the shadow of Portland's busy steel girdered Freemont bridge sits a brick warehouse-like building that houses the oldest brewery in Portland, the Bridgeport Brewing company and bakery. I've had two visits to this wonderful place in the last six months and really enjoyed myself both times.

The first time was in early September on a beautiful, clear, warm day and a few of us sat outside on an old loading dock converted for outdoor dining for a light lunch and some beers. A delicious gourmet pizza, a lovely goat cheese and mesculin green salad and a couple of nice appetizers accompanied Bridgeport's high quality brews. Service was professional and courteous.

A second visit two months later, this time alone and sitting indoors, produced another equally satisfactory experience.

This place is clean, upscale, well run, reasonably priced and produces excellent products in all categories.

Kudos to the waitress who went out of her way to get a special dispensation to sell me three bombers of the delicious Hop Harvest Ale a couple of hours before the release party began. I really did have to leave and was sad to have to go, knowing that the previous two years vintage would be offered during the party. Consideration and attention to detail pays off every time.

Bridgeport is a must visit in the beautiful Pearl district of Portland. I'll be bringing visitors here every time.

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Photo of jjboesen
4.4/5  rDev +14%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Another stop during my recent visit (OBF); in fact, Bridgeport was the first target hit upon arrival - it being under renovation during my previous visit in November 2005. (Oh - the vines depicted in the picture have been long pulled.)

Located in Portland's Pearl District, or warehouse district more likely, BP is situated in a reconverted warehouse; you enter into a large, open, multi-storied, brickwalled space that is bisected by a steel staircase (leading upstairs to Bridgeport's only bar and restrooms).

On the left is a dining area with tables; to the right, as you enter, is a smaller dining area decked out with tables and high-tops. Off to the side is a bakery set-up with tantalizing sweets, but I was there for the beer. There is a walk up bar in the back for ordering. It sort of reminded me of many of the pubs in Prague - but I digress. Outside on what was once the loading dock is a patio for outdoor drinking - guess it still is a "loading" dock after all. Anyway sit, relax and watch the construction across the street.

The beer, their beer, is served fresh in Imperial pint glasses. A thirsty patron has about eight taps from which to choose; I enjoyed the tasty Blue Heron, the IPA and on cask: Ropewalk and Haymaker, the latter being an amber ale. Please note: they also had their hop heavy (100+ IBU) Hop Czar, which I sampled the following day at OBF - I did go back a second time for another. Mybad.

Efficient service meant my glass was never empty. Bridgeport has an excellent weekday Happy Hour when pints are $2.75.

Off course, being in the aforementioned Pearl District, Bridgeport Brewing is accessible by the beloved Portland Streetcar; it runs east on Lovejoy (1 block south) and west on Northrup (1 block north), so you can catch it either way. Check out the sign in front by the door; it provides notification of the streetcar arrival/departures. I heard that they adopted a stop. How sweet. Enjoy it during your next Portland visit.

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Photo of countmeoutt
3.9/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

My fiance and I stopped by here while we were in town for the brewer's festival. I really liked this place. There was a small bar to the back,some merchandise to the left and tables to the right. We decided to sit down at a table.I enjoyed a haymaker,a ropewalk(on cask), and an IPA, all of which were good beers, so much so that i ordered a case of ropewalk when i returned home. There is an upstairs to the place with pretty clean bathrooms. As for the food, it was about average i'd say. can't complain about anything. It took us a while to find the place, but it was worth it. If i'm ever in Portland again this will be one of my first stops.

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Photo of GJ40
4.16/5  rDev +7.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

I stopped in on a recent business trip to Portland.

The brewery is in an old industrial building. The interior has exposed brick walls and impressive wooden beams. But the marble bar and stainless steel / black plastic tables and chairs seemed a bit out of place to me.

They have a good selection of their own beer that includes 12 on tap and 3 on cask. I went with a cask IPA and it was as good a cask IPA as I've ever had!

The bakery smelled and looked very good but it wasn't time to eat so I had to pass it by. I hope to try it one day.

I like this place a lot.

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BridgePort Brewing Co. / Brewpub in Portland, OR
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