Fulton Brewery

Established: May 1988
2013 Brewery Production: 138 batches • 1657.50 kegs • 205,530 pints

Monthly beer tastings.
First Thursday of the month at 5 p.m.

A shoebox-sized brewery with a grand tradition, the Fulton has been crafting brews since 1988. This old building has ties to one of Portland's great old saloon men, Jake Reisch, and one of the city's pioneer breweries — The U.S. Brewery. 

Nebraska Bitter, named for the street on which the brewery is located, was born here early on and has become a standard favorite company-wide. Other notable historical Fulton brews include 3 Card Monte, a blonde Belgian Tripel, Unfrozen Caveman Porter and Squirtie Pale Ale, a favorite full-bodied concoction that reappears every May for the brewpub's anniversary.

Journeyman brewer Ryan Mott now makes his home at the Fulton, and always has a tap board full of creative and delicious wares for you to sample as well as a long-time regular, Hammerhead Dave, who is always happy to critique his wares...

Interested in purchasing a keg? Call the brewery at 503-246-4363 and review our list of keg sales frequently asked questions.

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