Discover Portland

We aim to capture the heart and soul of the region.

Explore the best of Portland and all of the craft specialties with a local guide who has first hand experience to share. It's more than just the tasty beverages, foodie scene and locally crafted gifts that we have to offer. We have a rich culture and community here that's rooted in our values and demonstrated though the stories of the locations we visit. Visit the best of Portland and learn why we love this city so much. We know you will too.

Our Partners

We visit the best that Portland has to offer

Our partners mean the world to us. We take pride in the relationships we have with our partners and craft our experiences in collaboration with them. We work with the locations to deliver a memorable guest experience that tells their brand story, allows you to meet the people behind the scenes, learn about the process and have a truly VIP experience. When BREWVANA rolls up, they're excited to see us, our guests feel like a friend of a friend when they're with us on our tours.

Our Destinations

Experience Portland like a true local.

Make your visit to the City of Roses the best sensory experience with BREWVANA's curated selection of Portland's top breweries, cideries, distilleries, donut shops, coffee roasters and more!

  • Von Ebert Brewing Sponsor

    Von Ebert Brewing is owned and operated by Tom Cook, Dennis January, Eric Simko and Tom S. Cook. Von Ebert Brewing was named after Tom S’ Great Grandmother Ebert, who was the guiding force to their immigrant family when they came over from Germany to the United States. Through marriage, their last name is different now, but when they decided to build a craft brand, we knew we wanted to make Grandma proud and she continues to be their guiding force. If Grandma Ebert wouldn’t think it was up to point, they won’t do it.

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  • Second Profession Brewing Sponsor

    Charlie Goman, owner & brewer created Second Profession Brewing as a space to cultivate community and explore beer in a friendly environment. It is a neighborhood brewery serving delicious German comfort food and house made craft beer. Where good beer is celebrated and tasting is encouraged!

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  • Migration Brewing Sponsor

    The quintessential Portland experience is ready and waiting at Migration Brewing. What was once an old radiator shop filled with soot is now a welcoming brewpub with a kitchen and double bar. It is the kind of place where regulars are readily invited to the wedding of a co-owner. Migration regularly holds dine-in events, and donates 10% of the proceeds to different charities. They are scheduled to open a second location in Gresham, OR sometime in 2018.

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  • McMenamins Kennedy School Sponsor

    In 1985, the McMenamins created the first post-Prohibition brewpub in Oregon: the Hillsdale Brewery & Public House. That same year McMenamins became the first brewery in the USA to legally use fruit in the brewing of ale (raspberries, for Ruby Ale, one of their standard ales). Today, McMenamins operates 25 breweries, produced more than 68,000 batches since their inception. Due to the nature of handcrafting, it’s safe to say that no two McMenamins batches are identical. Science and technology provide the backbone for their craft, but it is the unique qualities of each brew house, and the individual brewer’s ale-crafting style, that ensure you will enjoy liquid refreshments that are truly special and made with every care for the environment.

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  • Baerlic Brewing Sponsor

    Longtime partners in crime, Baerlic Brewing owners Ben and Rik attended high school together, and have been home brewing together for the better part of a decade. The boys recently made the leap to owning and running a professional brewery, and that leap of faith has more than paid off, as Ben and Rick are now known for making some of the best and most innovative beers in town. Ben is one of the best graphic artists in town, and created our very own BREWVANA logo, as well as all of Baerlic’s swag. Rik also happens to be one of the best bike mechanics in town, and utilizes his mechanical skills in the brewhouse, including an event which allowed tap room guests were able to hop on a bike and mill grain just by pedaling!

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  • Laurelwood Sponsor

    Founded in 2001, the original Laurelwood Public House & Brewery ran out of a now defunct pub location with a small 7-barrel brewery located in Portland’s Hollywood district. Today, they’ve opened several locations that allow visitors to eat, drink, and be merry, to national and wide acclaim, winning local and national awards. Now, the majority of Laurelwood’s beer is brewed at their brewpub at the intersection of 51st and Sandy, especially their ever-changing seasonal selection. As of 2015, Laurelwood distributes to the east coast as well as some regions of Japan!

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  • Hopworks Urban Brewery Sponsor

    Hopworks’ mission is to revolutionize and inspire the brewing industry with practices that drive quality, protect the environment, and improve the community we live in. With locally-sourced, organic and Salmon Safe hops, their 20-barrel brewery produces 13,500 barrels of beer a year for two brewpubs plus distribution throughout the Northwest. Hopworks Urban Brewery is family-owned and operated, employing over 130 people in the Pacific Northwest, and they serve local neighborhoods through donations, profit sharing, and volunteering, collaborating with local non-profit organizations. HUB makes every effort to protect our future with thoughtful alternatives, and is the first Certified B Corporation brewery in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • Lompoc

    Lompoc is a staple of Portland. Their flagship Lompoc Tavern has been in the same location since 1993, despite organizational changes, neighborhood turnarounds, and the addition of absolutely delicious eats. Today, Lompoc has five locations, each more inviting than the next. But no matter which one you choose, their guarantee is a soccer match on every screen.

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  • Westward Whiskey

    House Spirits Distillery, in the heart of Portland, Oregon, is an invitation to explore the tradition and the future of American craft distilling. Every day, through the oversized tasting room window or on a distillery tour, guests witness the transformation of grain and natural botanicals into some of the world’s most admired spirits. A leader of Portland’s world-renowned maker community, they are a real distillery, where real people put their heart, soul, and artistry into crafting products that delight and inspire.

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  • Pope House Bourbon Lounge

    Speak-easy style annex offering a wide variety of whiskey and spirits, experimental cocktails, bar snacks, and records on the turntable in a cozy setting.

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  • Ascendant Beer Company

    Stylish brick-walled cafe & pub offering espressos by day & English-style ale & live music at night.

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  • Rogue Pearl Public House

    Family-friendly chain offering handcrafted beers & American gastropub eats in a laid-back setting.

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  • Ex Novo

    The first nonprofit brewery in the country, Ex Novo began in a garage full of homebrew equipment in Northeast Portland. The Ex Novo team wanted to form a brewery that respects the pedigree of brewing found in the Pacific Northwest, from crafting consistently enjoyable and unique beers to providing great (and often unexpected food) in a warm, inviting atmosphere.They also believe in making things right, both in Portland and around the globe. Ex Novo donates 100% of their net profits to organizations building a better world and bringing hope to places where hope is scarce.

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  • Sasquatch

    Founded in 2011 by two native Oregonians, Sasquatch Brewing Co. has operated under the same guiding principle since the beginning: great food and great beer for friends and neighbors. Sasquatch expanded into a production brewery in 2017 in Portland’s historic Northwest Industrial area. Expect an always-changing lineup of fresh beer and cider releases along with specialty and one-off offerings in their cozy taproom and enjoy absolutely free views of the production brewery along with aromas of sticky hops and malted grain.

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  • Gigantic Brewing

    Gigantic claims to do two things: “make the best damn IPA in Portland, Oregon, and produce seasonal, exciting, flavorful beers”. And they do both of those very well. Gigantic Brewing‘s goal is to simultaneously create new interpretations of classic styles, and to ignore those same style guidelines completely. The Gigantic motto? “Never Give an Inch”. They start small and stay small, focusing on exceptional beer, versus a large quantity of boring beer. When you drink Gigantic, know they didn’t just put their names on the label; the effort, imagination, and dry wit are in every bottle.

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  • Cider Riot!

    Founded in 2013 by Abram Goldman-Armstrong, Cider Riot! started out as an urban cidery located in a detached garage off East Burnside Street in Portland’s North Tabor neighborhood. They have now grown into a large production facility including an awesome tasting room complete with lounge room and more. Dedicated to the production of dry ciders, they use a variety of apples grown in Cascadia, including rare English and French cider variety apples, wild apples from Yamhill County, Oregon, and dessert apples from the Yakima and Hood River Valleys.

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  • Ecliptic Brewing

    Modern brewpub serving seasonal salads, burgers & sandwiches along with a variety of craft beers.

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  • Stormbreaker Brewing

    Run by Angry Rob and Danny Boy, “two beer loving guys busting their humps every day to make some of the best beer around”, StormBreaker creates some of the more distinct and beloved labels in Portland. Why? Well, it doesn’t hurt that “StormBreaker” is a little known nickname for Mt. Hood, the Portland area’s distinct A-shaped peak. They work hard to make StormBreaker a welcoming and comfortable destination for enjoying delicious beers, tasty food, and a few select craft cocktails.

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  • Culmination Brewing

    Culmination is built around the idea that sustainable practices can and will lead to superior products and customer satisfaction. Culmination Brewing offers great food and even better brews, all under one roof. Tomas Sluiter, principal owner and certified master brewer, serves up innovative approaches to Old World beers, plus a few new bold ideas.

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  • Unicorn Brewing

    Unicorn definitely lives up to their name, as they are a one-of-a-kind brewery, even in the beer lovin’ city of Portland. Essentially, this brewery allows homebrewers, bars and restaurants to have their very own Beer Brand on Tap, by brewing beers at request for any brand that wants one. Those seeking can use one of their many recipes, collected from years of Brewing, or simply tell them what kind of beer you want and they’ll make it for or even with you.

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  • Coalition Brewing Co

    Born out of a serendipitous encounter between owners Kiley Hoyt and Elan Walsky, Coalition Brewing started as a home brewing operation. After receiving formal brewing education through the Siebel Institute in Chicago, their love of beer and the brewing process blossomed into the Coalator Program, which invites local home brewers to brew their recipes in the brewery and serve them at the Coalition pub.

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  • Old Town Brewing

    Framed in the heart of the Portland, Oregon, Old Town Brewing was founded by the idea that the best beer is born of your surroundings. Inspired by the untamed attitude and the support of their driven community, you may consider their beer a love letter to the Pacific Northwest. Old Town’s year-round series boasts an array of full-flavored ales and lagers highlighting the impact of tradition and innovation. Brewed with only the best ingredients, their beers are always pure, giving you the reassurance they have been crafted and never manufactured.

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  • West Coast Grocery Company

    The heart of any neighborhood was always the corner grocery. It’s where people lingered, chatting with their friends and catching up on the latest gossip. In that spirit, West Coast Grocery Co. is your corner brewery—a place that serves good food and good beer just the way the neighborhood likes it. Offering 12 beers on tap and a kitchen serving everything from sandwiches to meals.

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  • Base Camp Brewing

    The Base Camp crew represents decades of work in the brewing industry and a common love for life in the Pacific Northwest. When they make the time to get out of the brewery, you can find their team out having fun. Whether they’re in the water off Short Sands Beach, setting up camp on the Wonderland Trail, slashing pow turns in the Outback on Bachelor, or drifting a line out in the Umpqua, Base Camp Brewing is proud to live, work, and play in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • Vagabond

    Beer. Love. Adventure. New SE Portland with vintage travel themed decor and a 1958 Cessna 310B plane in their mezzanine. Craft beer on draft, a full liquor bar, and a food menu focusing on comfort foods made with seasonal ingredients. Belly up at the bar, sit at a table downstairs or upstairs in our mezzanine, or grab a spot out on our patio. Paid parking in the lot (they validate) or free on the street.

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  • Upright Brewing

    Upright Brewing specializes in farmhouse inspired beers rooted in France and Belgium, but made with a Pacific Northwest twist, dabbling in both classic and quirky projects from around the world. The name references the primary instrument of Charles Mingus, a musician whose compositions, like Upright’s brews, defy categorization. At Upright, the recipes and processes are decidedly unbound, making for true hybrid styles that share Mingus’ spirit of exercising creativity and craft.

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  • Freeland Spirits

    The best woman owned Whiskey and Gin Craft Distillery in Portland, OR. Portland's only distillery with a full cocktail bar and food menu.

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  • Nossa Familia Coffee

    Nossa Familia's focus is on bringing you exceptional coffee stemming from exceptional relationships. At every step, they continuously strive to foster community, ensure social responsibility & minimize environmental impact. This tradition starts with family - ‘Nossa Familia’ in Portuguese - which has been growing coffee in the highlands of Brazil for over a century. The company works hard to treat everyone in the supply chain as part of our extended and ever-growing family.

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  • Coco Donuts

    Coco Donuts is the only donut shop in Portland crafting both quality donuts and house roasted coffee.

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  • Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House

    Beers brewed on-site & gourmet pub grub in a converted auto-body shop with a fireplace & wood beams.

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  • Grixsen Brewing Company

    In October of 2015, Grixsen hit the Portland beer scene with enough passion to inspire the whole world to become brewers too. Grixsen was founded by three friends, each lending a portion of their family name to create the brand. Their goal is to create iconic NW versions of traditional beer styles as well as the occasional celebration of the modern experimental craft movement. Visit this brewery and become a Grixsen yourself: someone who believes in always giving an honest effort, to following the righteous path and to celebrate the uniqueness in everyone.

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Premiere Destinations

Our favorite Portland attractions

We proudly wear their logo on our bus because they love to see the BREWVANA bus roll up at their destination as much as possible. If you don't visit them on a tour, make them a part of your Portland experience.