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Henry's Tavern

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Henry's TavernHenry's Tavern
BA SCORE
91
outstanding

64 Ratings
Ratings: 64
Reviews: 49
rAvg: 4.06
pDev: 11.58%
Taps: 100
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

10 NW 12th Ave
Portland, Oregon, 97209-4102
United States
phone: (503) 227-5320

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @henrystavern

Notes:
Hours:
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - 12:00am

Happy Hour:
Daily: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00pm - Close
Thursday - Saturday: 10:30pm - Close
Sunday: All day
(No Happy Hour on 1st Thursdays of the month)

(Place added by: Thrasher)
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Photo of Gavage
4.13/5  rDev +1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Several people we talked to in town all pointed to this place if you enjoy good beers. When I read the reviews of some of the locals before my trip out here, I was expecting a small selection of stuff "I couldn't get in a grocery store". Well for an east coast guy, this is a great place to have pints of many breweries products I couldn't get to on my trip, even if they are considered mundane and easy to get by Portland residents.

The building is old on the outside, and modern and hip on the inside. There are several different sections in the place, but we opted for the bar area. The place was packed even with the large bar area. We grabbed a hightop and a waitress promptly arrived asking for drink orders. Huge TVs adorn the walls. The place was also quite loud with boisterous conversation.

There are about 100 beers on tap which covered many styles. Yes they had a bunch of macros, but in comparing it to a local many-tap Fox & Hound we have in NJ where most taps are macros, this place had a large percentage of micros. The beers we had were fresh and clearly not sitting around for long which is a plus with a place with so many taps.

Waitress first brought me a stout when I ordered an IPA, so she clearly wasn't paying attention while grabbing beers. But after that service improved.

The dungoness crab and calamari appetizers were both very good even though they wer a bit expensive.

This is a must stop for anyone visiting Portland who can't get to visit places like Walking Man, Laurelwood, or Amnesia (and I tried to get to Laurelwood but it was closed on July 4 !).

Photo of John_M
4.38/5  rDev +7.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

When I lived here in Portland, I sort of disdained visiting Henry's. Yes, they had an impressive list, but it was largely peppered with all the usual suspects. I went there today, hoping they might still have some Abyss on tap (both the on-line menu and the restaurant menu had it listed). Not surprisingly, it had long since kicked (they were out of at least 10 different beers), and my initial reaction was one of irritation.... but then I relaxed and enjoyed what was available.

The atmosphere is not this place's best attribute IMO. It's comfortable enough, but I know from past experience that there is a very yuppy-ish vibe most days around 4 or 5 pm. Still, today it was fine, and it was extra nice not being so crowded.

As noted above, the place has a large selection, most of which wouldn't interest anyone outside of the occasional pilgrim from Kansas. However, they now have a special/reserve selection, as well as an RIS and Imperial IPA section. So I ended up getting a glass of the tricerahops and HUB IPA. Both were great, with the HUB (much to my shock) upstaging the tricerahops (a huge favorite of mine). The service was pretty good, and my particular server (can't rememeber his name) was amazingly well informed. I had forgotten how typical it is to find this level of beer knowledge from the "staff" in Portland. (I'm sitting here now in this dive sports bar in Portland - Claudia's - and even the wait staff, two young women, are knowledgably discussing the latest beers brought in on tap, and what they liked the best). Anyways, suffice it to say that much to my surprise, I had a good time at Henry's today, despite the fact they were out of the Abyss. What can I say? This truly is a solid place, and yes, I'll be back again.

Photo of GJ40
3.6/5  rDev -11.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

This is not my typical pub. It's a bit pretentious and focuses on too much more than the beer.

The decor is pretty impressive. They have brick walls throughout and a marble bar. It's got quiet, romantic atmosphere with lots of ambiance. The second floor in particular is very private and cozy. I'd recommend this place for a night out with the wife or girlfriend. Whether or not the night went as planned, you could at least say you tried and count on some good beer.

The beer list is pretty impressive. They have quite a selection on tap with a nice mix of Europeans and locals. But there are too many other distractions. It's tough to focus on the beer.

I found the guys behind the bar helpful but there was a lot more conversation between themselves than with the customers.

So for a date, this is the place. But in search of the best beer experience, maybe not.

Photo of morebeergood
4.08/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Day 2 & Stop 4 of the Portland Pub Crawl. When I first walked in, I was a bit turned off by the look of this place. Kinda looked like a Pappa Razzi or an Average Joe's restaurant. But, there was a hopping bar at the back, and outdoor seating kind of in an alley, where we parked for dinner. Service took a while, but it was packed so we let that slide. The beer menu was huge! Not just filled with a load of macros either. It was eye opening to see so many West Coast breweries on one menu. Over a hundred, easy. I got the Russian River Damnation in a snifter and my wife had the Walking Man Black Cherry Stout. Both were terrific. We each got a pizza, thin crust and very tasty. Just enough for one hungry guy, and a bit too much for a woman. Even if you are not hungry, don't let the commercial look of this place scare you away from stopping here to sample from their amazing selection of beers.

Photo of barleywinefiend
3.74/5  rDev -7.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 5

A: Blah. Walked in and went left to the bar, pulled up 2 seats, no one at the bar other than wifey and I. No service. It took a while. The girls seemed to be pretty chatty at other end of bar. We got out beer. This place is sordove darker and has a trendy vibe to it.

Q: The beer selections is well thought out. it can please anyone. No crap on tap but nothing rare either.

S: Slow, uninviting and just plain average at best for it to be so dead.

S: Very good. Lots of WA and OR beers and thats what I liked. Craft beer for everyone here.

F: No try.

Photo of dirtylou
3.95/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

this was my first stop running around portland, just before hitting powel books for some reading material

I enjoyed a 4 cheese and ham sandwich which was pretty straight as i was not trying to spoil my dinner and had a Ninkasi Total Domination IPA and a Mt Hood Hogsback Oatmeal Stout

atmosphere: i walked in through the front door which is basically into a restaurant...dark interior but i definitely got the restaurant vibe. if you turn left when walking in you will go down a few stairs to a pretty large bar area. it's nothing really special as far as atmosphere goes, especially for portland i would think

quality: both beers i had were quite good - beers are organized by style and special release with a major emphasis (if not exclusive emphasis) on craft beer

service: first bartender didnt really know his beer that well, the 2nd one was kind of a biotch. nothing special here

selection: the selection was definitely overwhelming for a midwesterner. we dont really have this sort of tap selection in madison which is much more focused on low-key all-local taps. The first 2 beers i ordered from the beer list were not available (alaskan smoked porter and terminal gravity ipa). There was a lot of stuff i would have loved to consume, most of which was pretty exclusive to the northwest. I tried to avoid breweries like rogue, hair of the dog, stone and other breweries i was already pretty familiar with. I'm not really sure how many taps there were but there seemed to be a lot, upwards of the 80-100 range.

food: sandwich was good, delivered in style by some overly fancy kitchen person which was ironic given i order the most juvenile item on the menu. it was good though

Photo of yemenmocha
3.95/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Henry's seemed to have a yuppie/trendy feel to it which I normally dislike. But for F's sake, it was a chance to get away from many of the hipsters and/or people who intentionally dress as though they are homeless. Once inside this place I knew that nobody would be asking me for $1 towards their stay at some hostel or vegan lunch.

Decent happy hour prices and options were available here, and the draft list was similar to what you can find at a Yardhouse or Saucer. Good broad range of beer choices were available. Normal pricing for both food and drinks seemed a bit high though.

Servers seemed to know much less about beer than most places in Portland that I visited.

Photo of DaPeculierDane
3.7/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

It seems like the sun has only been up for an hour or two when I stumble across Henry’s but alas it is open and so in I go ready for whatever beers await me – or rather, I thought I was ready, until I saw the beer list!

I’ve been to these 60 tap, 80 tap, 100 tap places before and am usually not terribly impressed. Jack’s Cannery in San Francisco comes to mind as a pinnacle of what can go wrong when a bar tries to live off the hype of 80 plus taps. Sure 80 taps sounds sexy but when 8 are American Macros, 4 light beers, 15 European Pale Lagers, 5 Pilseners, and the rest an assortment of Ambers and Reds, there really isn’t all that much to be excited about.

Henry’s is different. The tap selection is diverse and impressive, the lines clean, and the beers served at a relatively appropriate temperature. There are IPAs galore, double IPAs even, and APAs, Stouts, Porters, and Belgians. Of course there are a few tap handles of Bud but they are the exception at Henry’s, not the norm. The menu is also laid out well, organizing beers by style and offering a brief description of each.

I settle on a Dick’s Danger, their special beer of the week or whatever, and it’s only alright so I quickly move on to a Blue Dot from Hair of the Dog, which pleases me mightily.

About this time my belly starts to rumble so I order a club sandwich. It’s one of the best I’ve had in ages. The bread is fresh, thinly sliced and toasted sour dough. The avocado is plentiful and perfectly ripened, and the bacon, oh the bacon is crispy like I like it and very peppery. I find it to be the perfect compliment to a fine beer and a pleasant patio.

That’s right, Henry’s has a patio. It’s a multileveled, spaced out old industrial courtyard that would have, at one time, been a loading dock area. The old smokestack is still standing as is a beautiful façade that protects the courtyard from any street noise or other nuisances. I can easily imagine spending long evenings out here hammering through the lengthy beer list.

The interior of the bar was less impressive. It’s clean and well put together, dark enough I suppose, but it really gave me the feeling that 21 year old yuppie chicks were staring at me thinking to them selves, he’s not good enough to be here. I imagine at a busier hour that this place would be loaded with yuppie guys and blondes charging the mix drink du jour or an Amstel Light on daddy’s credit card. It probably wouldn’t be the place for me.

Service was average and prices were acceptable. Good location right next to Whole Foods and Powel Books.

Photo of Floydster
3.95/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

We went here right after Deschutes hoping to get some cheap happy hour food and we just did that, got some decent sushi and good orange chicken for three dollars each, quite the bargain, now onto the beer, this place looked like a Yard House back home with all of the taps, probably around one hundred different beers available, there was a bunch of local stuff available, although most of it was their normal offerings, not going to find any one-offs here and there is a small amount of seasonals even, beers were a bit expensive too around six dollars a pint, I had a Double Mountain Alpenbrew while here and it was pretty good, we were able to watch some of the hockey playoffs here which was nice, believe or not a lot of the beer spots in Portland do not have TVs, this place was more like a sports bar in that sense but still nice inside, not my first choice when revisiting the city but would not mind if I wound up back here for another whirl, not a bad place to go if you cannot go to each individual brewpub and want to try a wide variety of beers, can walk in and try something from Alameda, Amnesia, Laurelwood, Lompoc, and Deschutes, solid unplanned stop on a trip full of great beer and places

Photo of msubulldog25
4/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I have visited Henry's on several occasions for Happy Hour, for lunch or for playing pool in the upstairs billiards room. Most recent visit on Aug 4th, 2006.

The "tavern"/restaurant is housed in the old Henry Weinhard's Brewery, a massive late 19th c. red brick edifice at W. Burnside/12th in Downtown Portland. A remodeling job several years ago completely transformed the interior into an upscale restaurant and bar. Lots of exposed brick, warm dark woods and moody lighting give the place a chic feel.

I've only eaten in the restaurant on two occasions (lunch) and was pleased with the food and service. More frequently, the bar and patio has been the reason to be at Henry's. Daily Happy Hour from 3-6pm (and late night, times vary by date) keeps the place busy, as does the cool vibe and great Pearl District location - a perfect hip hangout for after work or later. Also, lots of TV's - always on ESPN; Henry's can be a big sports-watching spot, especially during football season when the Ducks, Beavers, Huskies, etc. are on.

The bar has a great draft list, over 100 taps. The list is broken into categories, from lagers, pilsners & blondes to reds, browns, IPA's, porters & stouts. There are typically a handful of seasonals, strong ales, and (the newest category) Belgian specialties. I've been very pleased with the mix of styles and with the breweries represented (several of the small Portland-area ones make it on the list). There's a definite "Northwest" focus but usually there are some good imports and the occasional choice from a top-notch midwest/east coast brewery (Victory and Dogfish Head are 2 that come to mind).

Several have mentioned the frosty rail at the bar for keeping drinks cold; I believe this is called the "Arctic Express"(?). Bartender immediately set my pint on the rail; I, in turn, immediately removed it and set it on a cloth napkin and wrapped my hands around it to get the beer warming up. If I order an Imperial IPA, I want to smell those hops! I noticed there are no coasters being used so I guess that, besides keeping drinks cold and looking 'cool', it may reduce the clutter? Whatever, it's an interesting novelty - worth grabbing a barstool for, I suppose. I did notice I got much better & quicker service sitting at the bar than at a table during HH. There's also some shaded outdoor seating in a courtyard adjacent to the bar.

On the topic of Happy Hour, food is the only thing discounted, not beers, unfortunately. Prices are very good ($2-4 range) on the food and it's some of the best quality around. A nice variety: from pizzas, salads, burgers and (awesome) gorgonzola-covered fries to egg rolls, satay & sushi. Pints are generally $4-5, though maybe a little more for some seasonals (I think I paid $6 for a Storm King last winter).

One last thing: check out the framed art on the walls. Cool collages made from bottlecaps, bottle labels and decades-old advertising from the former Henry Weinhard's Brewery.

A good place to check out - recommended for a visit when in Portland, especially when in Downtown.

Photo of jaydoc
4.25/5  rDev +4.7%

Photo of blitheringidiot
4.18/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Found the place called Henry's Tavern after a BA barfly search. Hustled over to see the 100+ taps that I haven't seen since the likes of Nashville's Flying Saucer.

This place looks like a fortress from the inside out. Big menacing dark brick and interior of dark wood and leather. There are two stories. When ya walk in the front doors, swing left fo the beer, off to the left. Half of the taps are scrod lame-os but there ere some winners. Seasonals were: BSB Summer Honey, Deschuttes Cinder Cone Red, FullSail Hopocity (sold out but Full Sail SunSpot was in its place) New Belgium Loft, and Widnmer '05. This joint is huge to boot. The bar has a strip of perma frost to set your ber glass into if you pefer it extra cold for the likes of "fill in the blank" macro swill.

My barkeep was attentive but not obsequious. Just laid bak an chillin'. He was friendly with offering some unsollicited samples in little glasses. He also added that he has the staff try different beers.

Selection is worthy of mention even if half are Michelob, Bud and Heineken, but they are ALL on tap!!! That gets the goodness going.

If you like IPAs like me, they had Bridgeport, Caldera Dry Hop Orange, Fish Tale Organic, Full Sail, Indian Pelican, Terminal Gravity IPA and Mt. Hood Ice Age Axe.

Henry's has Salads, steaks, burgers, sushi, happy hour 4-6 with $2.50 appetizers. I had the BBQ Brewery burger with friggin' ham on the burger for $8.95. Drafts are $4.50. The free samples made it really worth it! I went on the night after the Fourth of July but I hear that the joint in packed all the time.

Finally, definitely a place that would pass the "Could you take Mom here test?" My Mom would like it if I bought her the Silver Oak Babernet Sauvignon fo $95 a bottle.

Last call: I'd reccomend it to any beer geek regardless of your preferences. This Idiot is glad that I was able to check this place out.

Photo of RedDiamond
4.18/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

The irony of Henry’s is that this chic downtown restaurant and ever-so-trendy bar has been reborn on the site of Portland’s historic Henry Weinhard’s brewery. The same building that brewed over a million barrels of working class lager for the masses now houses an upscale eating establishment serving the upwardly mobile. The good news is that the beer list is quite exceptional. It’s not that they have more than 100 beers. It’s that they have more than 100 beers on draught. My experience at this bar is not extensive, but all the beers I’ve been served here have been reasonably fresh. And the bartenders know them by name. And while the list is global in scope, you’ll also find beers by the likes of Mt. Hood Brewing, Roots, Laurelwood, and Amnesia, in addition to Northwest standards by Deschutes, Bridgeport, Full Sail, etc. Someone was very thoughtful about putting together the beer list. There is something here for everyone.

There’s also an extensive wine list with a strong emphasis on the American west coast. If you sit at the bar, you can place your drink in a chilled inside perimeter. It's like a four-inch wide exposed refrigerated surface. And while this gimmick is of no value to beer or wine drinkers, it is at least a momentarily entertaining novelty.

Henry’s is huge – cavernous. I still sense there are whole areas I’ve never even seen. And yet it took 20 minutes to get a table on a Friday night – the place was packed. Surely people aren’t showing up for the food, which is decent but not exceptional. Service is sincere, confident, and abundant. When I asked where the men’s room was, I got an escort to the door.

I like Henry’s. I like the old red brick of it. But I’m never at home in a place like this. I much prefer places more accommodating to heathen riffraff like myself.

Photo of jdense
4.08/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This upscale Pearl District beer bar features 100 beers on tap, including a number of NW regional brews. Unfortunately, a recent price increase on beer to $5.50 a pint for common pours leaves this as less than a great value. That's certainly a bit offset by the quality happy hour menu available in the bar (except on first Thursday of the month)

The barstaff is quite friendly and knowledgeable, (especially Gwen, my favorite PDX bartender), though all the waiters and waitresses have a perpetually unhappy look on their face. There is a bit too much cocktail drinking to qualify this as one of the city's best beer bars-especially when Deschutes or Rogue Portland outposts are only a few blocks away. And this is no place to carry on a conversation in the midst of the after work crowd, certainly one of the loudest bars in town, which should be expected for the trendy Pearl District.

Worth a stop if you are looking for something exotic (Dogfish Head 90, Russian River Pliny the Elder) on tap though be leery it will be served in a smaller glass as it is "rare or hard to find" (if you don't know where Belmont Station is). There are no prices on the beer menu, so be ready for a surprise if you order something exotic. The absence of some of PDX more funky breweries (Clinton Street, Alameda, f.e.) is a bit perplexing, but offset by regular offerings from Hair of the Dog and Laurelwood. In the end a very good selection of beers.This used to be my primary beer stop in Portland, but, heh, after you've been to the Horse Brass....

Photo of benito
3.93/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Henry's is in the middle of downtown Portland; my friends and I had already visited Horse Brass and Concordia when we decided to look for Henry's. It was dumb luck that we managed to find it.

So, this "tavern" has one tremendous thing going for it and one major drawback. The draught beer selection is amazing. Truly, mind-bogglingly ridiculous. They have over 100 taps, the vast vast majority of which are dedicated to top-notch craftbrews from the Northwest and NoCal. I had a Willamette Espresso Stout and a Stone RIS when I visited, and I could have kept drinking from that list for several weeks without stopping or getting bored.

The drawback: this is a yuppie's bar. A nice restaurant with excellent food (that can be had on the cheap during their PM happy hour), this draws the power crowd from Portland. It's like having a great beer bar in a five-star, two-hundred-dollars-a-plate steakhouse, so it gets crowded quick with a crowd atypical for a beer bar. In some ways, this makes Henry's that much more of an adventure--who doesn't like people-watching after all? But, it's also about as far from community and pub ambience as you get. If you love craft beer and this type of scene, welcome to hog heaven.

As for me I'll go to Henry's, enjoy the beer, love the options. enjoy the food, and forgive the atmosphere.

Photo of indiapaleale
4.45/5  rDev +9.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

This place is a must if you're in Portland for two reasons:

1)Its located inside the old Henry Weinhard's brewery so its a pretty historic place when it comes to beer history in the city.

2)The beer selection is incredible.

Huge place, lots of seating and a pretty trendy leaning towards upscale clientele. This is the opposite of a dive bar.

Beer selection is awesome. I had a glass of Pliny the Elder on tap...FINALLY. The beer menus is pages long and sure to keep any beer nerd occupied and ignoring anyone they go here with.

Food is very good here as well and well worth a visit for dinner.

Photo of tylerstravis
3/5  rDev -26.1%

Photo of DCLAguy11
4/5  rDev -1.5%

Photo of HopHead84
3.5/5  rDev -13.8%

Photo of wingedeel
4.18/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Another really nice place done in by beer prices that are just too high. Henry's reminds me a lot of The Tap House in Seattle. Decent food, nice selection of beer, nice ambiance, steep prices.

As far as the beer selection, it is very good. 100 taps I would guess. Lots of NW micros, some Belgians served in proper glassware, and a few oddities. Beers were all fresh, pours were good, service was friendly.

The food was above average for a beer bar. Once again, a little pricey, but everything we ate was of above average quality.

All in all, a worthwhile stop if you happen to be nearby, or if you are looking for food of a somewhat higher quality than typical bar food.. Lots of other better choices all and all in Portland for beer however. Keep an eye on that bar tab !!

Photo of Hobbit
4.25/5  rDev +4.7%

Photo of djbreezy
4.4/5  rDev +8.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Things to like about the atmosphere: a great bar with frozen area for your drinks (very cool), high bar tables in the bar, full size pool tables upstairs and a nice color palette to sooth the mood.

The tap list has some great consistent beers on tap (Pliny the Elder, for one) and the seasonals/rotating taps are generally of very high quality. A great place to drink beer.

The only negative thing I can say about the place is that it gets packed. Definitely not a bad thing for business, though. Get here early or go on a weekday, and expect crowds. It's a popular place.

Photo of Cyberkedi
4.47/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

This lively bar has several sections, as well as a variety of places to sit - at a bar, in a booth, at a table. They have an astonishing selection of beers from the Pacific Northwest, so if ever you are in Portland, this place should be on your To Do list. Waitstaff are helpful and well-trained, and will gladly assist in picking out some brews. I did not notice any macrobrewed swill, and I sure saw a lot of beers I wanted to try! Food is very tasty and not too spendy. There are plenty of TVs, but when I was there the sound was not on.

Photo of Fluffheady
3.63/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

I get it. There’s 100 taps. About 40% of them are crap, though. Food and overall prices are a bit high in comparison to the rest of the city. Henry Weinhard’s is an institution. Unfortunately, it’s not even brewed Portland anymore. It’s brewed in Texas. And Henry’s beer sucks anyways.

If you avoid the Henry’s beer you’ll be ok. They have a lot of unique and cool offerings. They had a Boneyard on draft, for example.

Spend your time and liver capacity at other places when visiting Portland.

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3.75/5  rDev -7.6%

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Henry's Tavern in Portland, OR
91 out of 100 based on 64 ratings.