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.
- Pacific Northwest is Best Tuesday — Sunday at 12:30PM
- IPA - American
To call C-Note very hoppy would be an understatement. It's brewed with the seven "C" hops (Crystal, Cluster, Cascade, Chinook, Centennial, Columbus and Challenger) and pushes the bitterness limit to 100 International Bitterness Units. 6.9% abv. | 100 IBU
- Pale Ale - American
This light, copper-colored beer packs a big floral nose with notes of citrus & pine. The malt delivers mild caramel flavors and the Cascade hops finish with a clean and chips grapefruit bitterness.
- Spiced / Herbed Beer
This Belgian style read ale was brewed in October 2011 and has since been aging in Cabernet Franc barrels. I really enjoyed the nice subtle tartness and its touch of cranberry taste to it. We were told that it was blended that day and will still need to be carbonated so it did lack a bit of vibrancy. Once completely finished this Belgian style beer should be one to seek out. Franc’ly Brewdolph will be one of two Lompoc beers at this year’s Holiday Ale Festival.