These Beers are made for walkin!
Anyday at 10:50am
Approx. 3 hours
A great way to experience Portland's beer scene on foot! Great for small groups or families traveling with kids.
Check out the history and culture of popular areas in Portland by foot! You choose the neighborhood and we'll show you around to 3 breweries. Walking tours provide a great overview of the history of the area and while you're at it, some delicious beers to enjoy along the way!
- Beer tasting
- Beer journal
- Souvenir glass
- Pretzel necklace
- Bus coloring sheet & crayons
- Pretzel necklace
2 and under FREE
BEER LOVE IN THE PEARL ITINERARY:
The Pearl District, formerly occupied by warehouses, factories, and train yards now plays host to art galleries, cultural centers, and Portland icon Powell’s Books. We'll greet the crew at Deschutes Brewery where we’ll get a full sampling from their wonderful family of beers. Next, it’s just a quick walk over to Pints Brewing for another round of Pacific Northwest brews-- all highly drinkable and perfect for an Oregon stroll. Finally, we’ll head to Fat Head's Brewery, a Portland must-visit and the perfect sign-off to an afternoon of imbibing. Tread carefully! It’s easy to surrender your whole trip to the beautiful Pearl District.
NOTE: This tour does NOT include a behind the scenes tour of a brewing facility and tour itinerary is subject to change without notice.
The Mississippi/Williams area of Portland was once exclusive to heavy industry but is now home to some of the finest breweries in town. Our tour begins at Ecliptic Brewing where we’ll sample their delicious family of beers, and chat about the prime ingredients used in the brewing process. Next, it’s just a short walk to StormBreaker Brewing for a smorgasbord of their PDX specialty brews. On our way to our final destination we’ll provide a brief history of the surrounding neighborhood, and take a peek at some of the sights and sounds only available in North Portland. We’ll wrap up the trip with a round of delicious beers from Hopworks BikeBar, a pedestrian-friendly stop known for their sustainable efforts and, you guessed it, great beer! Even long-time Oregonians will learn something new on this neighborhood friendly tour.