Intern Relocation – Part 1: 3 of the Best Craft Brew Bars in Portland

Relocating to Portland? Or are you helping with the process of relocating a group of interns to Portland, Oregon? At US Suites we’re launching a series focused on intern relocation and all the great places available for them to visit while they’re visiting Portland during their internship.

Between San Diego and Portland, the West Coast has established itself as one of the best places for craft brews. Whether you’re a local, staying in one of our furnished apartments, or just spending the day in town, a cool drink is much more than a beverage when in Portland. Here are a few of our favorite places to grab a brew, relax with friends, and enjoy the art of craft beers.

Belmont Station in Portland

Belmont Station

Nearly 21 years old itself, this Portland fixture carries over 1,200 beers to suit your every need. Pick up goodies for your night with friends or grab some cold ones at the Beircafe. There is always something new going on at Belmont Station, so be sure to check their site for the latest news.

Upper LipUpper Lip in Portland

Bailey’s Taproom upstairs is home to a Downtown gem. Their bottle list is 150 strong, and several options are on tap as well, so plenty to keep you and your friends busy. If you have a hankering for local brews or want to get something from Europe, it’s all available.

Saraveza in PortlandSaraveza

Free Bacon Night. Everything you need to know could end there, but there are more great things to tell about this North Portland bar/store with Midwest spirit. Grab your pick from over 250 bottle options or sip on a microbrew during trivia night. There are options for every kind of taste bud, so head over and find your new favorite brew.

 

With breweries and bars galore, Portland has enough to keep even the thirstiest beer aficionados busy for a lifetime. These are just a few of our favorite places to visit. What are your go-to bars for craft brews?

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