Bailey’s Taproom, Downtown Portland

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PORTLAND | Bailey’s Taproom Portland is a casual spot that offers one of the best craft beer selections in town. Across 25 taps you’ll find a rotating selection of craft beers and ciders that span a wide variety of beer styles. The focus is on beers from Oregon, but other states to get a look in, especially when it comes to beers that are hard to find in Portland. If somehow there’s nothing on the taps that takes your fancy, you can also choose from the bottle list which contains around 100 beers at any given time to take away or drink in. If you want a bit of a few things you can go for a flight, which gets you 5 x 5oz samplers.

Something else that’s great about Bailey’s is that it’s easy to plan a visit there due to the fact that there’s a live tap list on the website. All of the beers along with their prices are listed with a gauge that represents how much beer is left in each keg. If you see something you want and the gauge is on red, you know you need to get a move on!

If you’re hungry, you can order some Mexican food from Santeria next door and they’ll deliver it to your table at Bailey’s.

Bailey’s Taproom

213 SW Broadway
Portland
Oregon 97205
United States

Telephone: 503 295 1004
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.baileystaproom.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 12:00pm to 12:00am

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