Double Mountain Kölsch, Hood River, OR 5.2% ABV, 40 IBU
Deschutes Red Chair Northwest Pale Ale, Bend, OR 6.2% ABV, 60 IBU
Widmer Hefeweizen, Portland, OR 4.9% ABV, 30 IBU
Laurelwood Free Range Red, Portland, OR 6.1% ABV, 60 IBU
Bridgeport IPA, Portland, OR 5.5% ABV, 50 IBU
10 Barrel Apocalypse IPA, Bend, OR 6.5% ABV, 65 IBU
Boneyard Diablo Rojo Amber Ale, Bend, OR 7.0% ABV, 40 IBU
Full Sail Brewer’s Share Phil’s Existential Alt, Portland, OR 5.1% ABV, 43 IBU
Mt. Hood Brewing Co. MultoPorter, Government Camp, OR 5.7% ABV, 38 IBU
Oakshire Brewing Overcast Espresso Stout, Eugene, OR 5.8% ABV, 37 IBU
Highland Single Malts
highland single malts are the whiskies produced on the islands (which also include sub-catagories of island and speyside) around the perimeter of scotland, with the exception of islay. confusingly, the area also includes certain lowland areas in the northeast of the country such as banffshire and aberdeenshire
Dalmore Cigar Malt
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban
Island Single Malts
island single malts are single malt scotch whiskies produced on the islands around the perimeter of the scottish mainland. the exception is islay, the islands are not a recognized whisky producing region as such, but are considered to be part of the highland region
Highland Park 12 (Orkney)
Highland Park 18 (Orkney)
Talisker 10 (Skye)
Speyside Single Malts
speyside single malts are single malt scotch whiskies, distilled in strathspey, the area around the river spey in moray and badenoch and strathspey, in northeastern scotland; the northeastern coastal area of the highland region. housing the two best-selling single malt whiskies in the world, the glenlivet and glenfiddich, speyside has the greatest number of distilleries of any of the whisky producing areas of scotland
Glenlivet 16 Nadurra
Glenlivet 21 Archive
islay whisky is made on islay (pronounced eye-luh) or ìle in gaelic, the southernmost of the inner hebridean islands located off the west coast of scotland. there are eight active distilleries on the island, as of early 2008, with a ninth being made ready for production. islay is a center of "whisky tourism", and hosts a "festival of malt and music" known as fèis ìle each year at the end of may, with events and tastings celebrating the cultural heritage of the island
lowland single malts once having a number of whisky producers, now only has three operating distilleries: glenkinchie, near edinburgh; auchentoshan, near clydebank; and bladnoch in galloway. traditionally, lowland single malts are triple distilled (though this has not been true of all of them), often giving them a lighter taste
You can learn much about the character of a place by the bourbons it offers its patrons. The same may be said for the chef's dedication to the menu. A quick look at the shelves behind the bar, a brief scan of the dining offerings and you'll promptly get a sense of the establishment's authenticity.
In Red Star Tavern & Roast House's case, you'll find ample evidence of true tavern character. In fact, the place is steeped in tradition, personality and commitment to quality.
It starts the moment you cross the threshold. The historic building's lofty ceilings overlook a room gilded by towering windows. The bustling open kitchen and wood-burning oven, set amidst the rustic play of wood and natural tones throughout, catch your eye as you make your way in to the 150-seat dining room. (private dining is also available.)
Enjoy a Bite to Eat or a Sip to Drink
Whether you've come for happy hour or to enjoy a meal, Red Star Tavern's bar menu of handcrafted libations, exquisite selection of fine bourbons, thoughtful wine list and the line-up of microbrews will definitely leave you pondering your options. Indeed, Ian Momsen's brilliant overhead mural, dedicated to the amber art of bourbon, gracefully reminds you of life's subtler pleasures.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner, big plates, little plates and Portland's longest happy hour, Red Star Tavern & Roast House warmly looks forward to your company.