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!
- Pacific Northwest is Best Tuesday — Sunday at 12:30PM
- IPA - Imperial / Double
This beer takes its name from the oversized animals of the Pleistocene Era, or Ice Age. Large saber toothed cats, hairy elephants, sloths the size of buses roamed the frozen tundras. Everything was big and/or hairy, with extra horns, tusks, teeth, etc. A tough time to be fighting for survival…Like those massive animals, this beer is huge with hop aroma and flavor. We used several new aromatic hop varieties to get a layered and hop oil soaked beer which, unlike the frozen tundra, isn’t bitter, and finishes dry. The Aroma and flavor are layers of Pine, citrus and tropical fruit and the beer is a pale gold. We hope you drink it in good health and keep warm. 9.5% ABV / 140 IBU / O.G. 20.5° Plato
- Stout - American
Banana bread pastry stout brewed with 10lbs of brown sugar roasted bananas.
- IPA - American