Since its founding in 1997, Belmont Station has become Portland's premier beer destination. The bottleshop features 1,200+ bottles that have been thoughtfully selected, meticulously rotated, and properly stored under UV-filtered light to maintain the freshest selection of beer in the region.The adjacent Biercafé features 20+ rotating taps and a cask "beer engine" pouring world-class brew on the cleanest draft system in Portland. Join us, and find out why we're the most award winning beer spot in the Northwest!
We are once again excited to be a part of this year's Beers Made By Walking! This year, we will be joining The Horse Brass Pub, Likewise and Bazi Bierbrasserie in presenting 18 different beers by area breweries that feature ingredients that were found on walks near their breweries. You can hit all four locations on your own, or join an official walk to each place starting here at Belmont Station starting at noon.
Here are the beers (and cider) we will be pouring:
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Cedarcalifragilisticexpialidocious - Western Red Cedar tips, love, and a little bit of magic. Hoppy red ale brewed with cedar. 6.3% / 76 IBU
There Gose the Neighborhood - Gose is an old wheat beer style that uses Lactobacillus bacteria, coriander and salt. We were inspired by berries on our walk this year for Beers Made by Walking and decided to add one of our favorite berries, strawberries. 5.1%, 8 IBU
Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider
Newtown Hawthorne - Newtown Pippin cider with Hawthorne berries, Dandelion root, Burdock root and Cedar chip bag garnish. 7.9%
Barrel Aged Six - A blend of two casks, one that formerly held our barleywine, and before that rum, and before that bourbon. The second cask was used for nocino (walnut liquor). We added a poplar bud tincture gives the blend a distinct character that goes well with the cask associated flavors. 7.2%, 20 IBU