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Rogue Ales Public House Brewery, Portland

(3.6/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
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  • This was my first stop on a 4 brewery beer crawl. The place was very crowded however the bartender was cordial. Cheese curds were to die for. Since living in Wisconsin I now consider myself an aficion...  more »
  • A great place. 31 brews on tap. Friendly service and great beers. We didn’t eat but the root beer float took a while. They warmly recommended their Newport brewpub... which we later visited. After vis...  more »
  • A real pub! The letter of brewskis is vast and you can buy the beer in the bottle and take home. In Brazil, the Rogue's beers are expensive! So, if you're in Portland, it is worth knowing that eccentricity and taste the famous bottled beers!
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  • Enjoyed the beer and food here. I am not sure if my favorite is actually on the menu, but it was a chocolate stout and hazelnut stout mixed and I believe they called it "The Snickers". I would more aptly describe it as the "Nutella". I had the cheese curds and enjoyed the sweet Jalapeno dipping sauce. The mac and cheese was also quite enjoyable.
  • Their mac and cheese was superb! I added bacon to the dish for $2 and didn't even get a full slice of bacon! The waiter was great and stopped by our table often to check on us. I ordered their seasonal berry honey babbot and it was amazing! It was sweet with a tart finish at the end from the berries.
  • Good beer with wide selection. I didn't try the food, so no comment on that. The place is very casual with an unusual "sense of humor". The bathrooms are labeled "Barley" and "Hops"?!? Hint: Barley is ladies and Hops is for men. Menu describes the beers but has no prices or description of sizes served. Hostess said that beers under 8% ABV are in 16 oz glasses, over 8% are in 12 oz. Prices are above average for the city. Overall, this place is a bit behind the competition in decor, pricing, and attractiveness.
  • As a Rogue Nation Citizen, I love the beer here, it's great and the price isn't to bad: but, the food has gone down hill, 2-3 years ago they served fresh home made fries now they're frozen fries, and i ordered a kobe burger (2-3 years ago was amazing!) that was so incredibly salty it was inedible. The service is great, all the servers are very friendly and willing to help make your experience better. My suggestion; stick to the drinks and you'll be a happy camper, go for the food you'll be disappointed.
  • Loved the maple bacon vodka and the pizza was good. The tour is maybe 10 minutes upstairs, didn't see as much as we thought we would. But the staff is super friendly and welcoming. Definitely create your own flight and go from there.