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You just have to show up. The Brew Bus takes care of the rest from shuttling you from brewery to brewery, ensuring you get from point a to point be safely, timely, and of course ensuring everyone is having a great time. The best part...More
Won tickets to a Foodie Photo Tour and we used the Brew bus as a mode of transportation. The drivers and bartenders on board were very friendly and knowledgeable. The brewery itself is also a great space. Loved the wall of beers with the bus...More
Took my sales team out to blow off some steam after a stressful 2 months, and the Brew Bus was a perfect selection!!! The different craft beers from their brewery were amazing... the atmosphere on the bus was ideal. Driver, Dale and Bartender, Chelsea did...More
Stopped in for some beer. Sat at the bar. Ordered some tiny beers, 5 oz. Eventually business picked up and we were ignored. We opted to leave at that point. Sadly, customer service is where its at when you want to keep patrons coming back....More
his is a must do while in Tampa. The Brew Bus staff was so much fun. The full pour tour includes beverages on the bus and at each stop. This was a great way to try different Tampa/St Pete Breweries. You will not be disappointed....More
I used the Brew Bus to entertain a group of business associates from out-of-town and I couldn't have been more pleased with the success!
Matt Wagner was awesome! He helped me organize everything from selecting the perfect breweries to providing dinner options for picky eaters....More
Interior of the brewery is disappointing. Most breweries, if not all, I have visited have a unique character which unfortunately they are missing at this location. However and big however they do have GREAT beers and they have a full liquor license - big points!!!
I met up here with some friends for Brew Bus’ 2 year anniversary party. They had made special curb check imperial porters for the occasion and a special lineup of beers. Our group really liked the food and the service was on point. It was...More
We've just realized that due to the timing of our visit we will miss some of the organized tours that looked interesting. The Shanghai Tunnel tour is on the weekends as well as some of the food tours. Anyone know of one that we're not aware of? There is the Brew Bus tour that may be fun, but we can probably do that on our own . . . can't believe no one is doing a "historic" pub tour like they in London. We usually do those and they're a great way to see a bit a city, have a 'alf pint or two...More
May 12, 2011|
I know already from your other post that you're only in PDX Mon-Thurs in early October... ForkTown runs a walking/food tour on Thursdays - 3 hours for $65pp - that covers inner NW & Pearl District. I have NOT been on this tour, so i can't speak first-hand... but I've heard raves from blogs and fellow Visitors center volunteers. Pedal Bike Tours offers a 'Bites by Bike' tour on Wednesday/Thursday for $69 - 3.5 hours with multiple stops, a guide and bike/gear rentals. The Brew Bus...More
Turning 25. Brew Bus then what? (1 Replies)
The Brew Bus ends at 6:30pm and drops us off near the Loyd Center We can always travel a bit but looking for a dinner place ( we will have been drinking beer for a few hours at this point so filling delish food is a must) Then I was looking for a street to bar hop on something fun with outdoor patios or fires? Maybe even end the night dancing? What Restaurants would you recommend and after activities?
March 08, 2018|
OK, closest bar that is super hip with young folk is Swift Lounge on NE Broadway. More upscale, with vegan food, is Capital Bar, also on Broadway (at 15th, Swift is around 20th). There are cocktails and often music at Church, a short walk away on NE Sandy. You could bar-hop up NE Broadway easily, but the densest selection would be to go back to the Pearl (I'd start at Teardrop Lounge, but YMMV). Nearest really good food is probably Tusk on Burnside at 25th (hard to get into), or Noble Rot,...More
Beer and Wine Tasting in Portland (13 Replies)
Hi All, I will be traveling to Portland Aug 5-10th. My cousin and I are looking to do some beer and wine tasting! I'm just wondering what would be better, a day tour of the breweries, like the Brew Bus tours, or just going to a single brewery. If a single brewery, which one!? There are so many to choose from. I'm wondering the same thing about the wine tasting, what would be the best winery to go to for a tasting? Thanks!
July 21, 2011|
What msbulldog said. ;-) He basically provided most of the information I would have mentioned. I will add that Bridgeport Brewery is one of my favs, as is Amnesia Brewing Co. I like Tugboat because it is small and cozy. Oh, and I almost forgot Laurelwood! In 5 days you could visit a couple a day and skip the tours. Or go on a tour and hit a bunch at once. I love going for a movie and beer at Luarelhurst Theater. You can eat and drink in a cool old theater. I prefer this one over any of...More