The hours Friday and Saturday are noon to 9pm, and noon to 5pm Sunday. Most samples cost one $1 token, though some of the stronger ones take two. The tasting mug costs $6, but you get a $1 off if you show a validated MAX ticket. The Yellow Line stops just across the street, at the Overlook Park Station. There’s really no parking, and you’ll be drinking beer, so take the train!
It hit the 90s last year, but the weather this year looks to be perfect for beer drinking, and this year’s beer selection also looks good (Heather will be delighted to see five cider options!). I’m looking forward to trying the two Belgian style IPAs – one from the excellent Hood River brewery Double Mountain, and one from a brewery I’m unfamiliar with, Elliot Bay Brewing. Roots‘s perfect summer kölsch will be on tap, but they will also be featuring a rotating tap. There will be plenty of IPAs for the hop heads, as per usual, and quite a few Belgians, lagers, and lighter stuff.
I may have to come back Saturday too.