Microbreweries Tour: Beervana Tour
Portland is famous for a lot of things - its bridges, its six months of overcast and rain, and - more and more - for its other liquid asset, beer. The city has just eleven bridges, but forty-nine breweries (and counting!). In fact, Portland is one of the beer capitals of the world, and now has more breweries than any other city, recently even surpassing Cologne, Germany! Perhaps that's why so many people have started calling Portland "Beer-vana."
Our Beervana Tour is not your college buddy's frat party drunken night out (aka pub crawl), but a sophisticated look (and taste) at one of Portland's most precious craft products - beer. On this walk, you'll have fun discovering the art and science of brewing. You'll find out what made Portland the epicenter of America's craft brewing renaissance, learn some of the history of Portland's transformation into one of the world's premier craft brewing centers, and, of course, you'll also get to sample its fruits firsthand.
On this tour you will visit three of Oregon's premier craft breweries, learn about ingredients and the brewing process, and sample a selection of Portland's finest craft beers. We'll also give you the fascinating true stories behind the role that sustainability and organics play in the craft beer industry.
Dates & Times:
None scheduled. This tour is for private/group tours only where each guest is over 21 years of age. Call now to arrange your booking.
About 3 hours
Less than 1½ miles (no hills, approx. 35 steps)
Arranged at booking. Options include your HQ hotel, the Convention Center, a specific brewery, or convenient parking structures.
$45 per person with a minimum of $450.
That does not mean that you need to have 10 people to book this tour as we will (and have) done tours for just two people (with the $450 minimum).
This tour is over 21 only and government-issued photo ID is required for all guests. Sandals, open-toed shoes and "flip-flops" are prohibited for safety purposes.
Price includes Light Rail and/or Streetcar fares, tour(s) of breweries, beer samples, and a personal sampling scoresheet.