As in the creation of our beers, the menu at the Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House reflects the constant exploration and discovery of new ways of doing things. We focus on natural, sustainable fare that is locally sourced and house-made. Our seasonal produce, fish and meats ensure the best possible flavors and experience to our guests. With that in mind, various items on our menu could change from day to day, but we assure you that we'll always offer you the best possible food experience.
Inversion IPA Pretzel
Creamy white cheese, Black Butte Porter stone ground mustard substitute jalapeno pesto for the mustard for $1 add Black Butte Porter chorizo $2
Inventions, concoctions and experiments by our brewmasters. Try them out before they're gone!
Red Chair NWPA
The citrus punch of a big IPA, minus the one-dimensional hop sledgehammer. Several select European and domestic malts round out the edges for a complex, copper-colored brew. Like its namesake ski lift, it's an insider's ride to fresh thrills. (Available Jan-April)
Hopzeit Autumn IPA
Inspired by a traditional Märzenbier, German hops add herbal, fruit and spice notes to balance the smooth and elegant malt character. (Available Aug-Oct)
Warm spiciness and tradition grace this bold winter ale. The deep garnet color pairs perfectly with holiday celebrations. (Available Oct-Dec)
Seasonal and experimental beers on tap change weekly. Call or visit us to see what's pouring.
Black Butte Porter
With a dark beer as our first and flagship brand, Black Butte defined Deschutes as a radical player. A slight hop bitterness up front enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It's prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors. Malt: Pale, Carapils, Chocolate, Crystal, Wheat; Hops: Cascade, Bravo, Tettnang. Watch Brewer Veronica Vega talk about the wisdom in failure and the brewery's flagship beer, Black Butte Porter. IBUs 30; Alcohol by Vol. 5.2%
Mirror Pond Pale Ale
Our most popular beer, Mirror Pond Pale Ale is the quintessential northwest pale ale. Cascade hops and more Cascade hops give this tawny colored ale delicious hop-forward aroma and flavor. Pale malt allows the hops to linger, not overpower. Malt: Pale, NW Pale, Crystal, Carapils; Hops: Cascade. Watch Brewer John Abraham talk about golden retrievers and unconditional love when it comes to Mirror Pond Pale Ale. IBUs 40; Alcohol by Vol. 5%
Paradise is stumbling upon our whole flower hop room and inhaling. Inversion IPA is as close as you can get without knowing somebody. Enter, if you will, all the glorious aromatic complexity of the hop. This big, bold IPA's intense multi-hop kick gets a subtle dose of restraint from select Crystal and Carastan malts. For discriminating hop heads. Malt: Pale, Crystal, Munich, Caramel; Hops: Millennium, Horizon, Centennial, Northern Brewer, Cascade, Citra. IBUs 80; Alcohol by Vol. 6.8%
Deep, robust and richly rewarding, this is beer to linger over. Obsidian has distinct notes of espresso, chocolate, roasted malt and black barley, with just enough hop bite to cut the sweetness. Malt: Pale, Crystal, Carapils, Munich, Black Barley, Roasted Barley, Wheat; Hops: Nugget, Millennium, Willamette, Northern Brewer. IBUs 55; Alcohol by Vol. 6.4%
Fresh Squeezed IPA
This mouthwateringly delicious IPA gets its flavor from a heavy helping of citra and mosaic hops. Don't worry, no fruit was harmed in the making of this beer.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Fusing a distinct Northwest and classic Scottish Pub feel, this Pearl District destination has become a convivial gathering spot of beer and food lovers since its 2008 opening. The brew pub’s 26 taps feature Deschutes mainstays plus a selection of seasonal and experimental beers developed and brewed on site exclusively for the Portland pub by brewer Ben Kehs. Executive Chef Jill Ramseier heads the kitchen team, crafting classic pub food taken to the next level. Jill matches our brewer’s passion, creating dishes from scratch with the best possible local ingredients.