After visiting rogue in Newport, OR, we went back to Portland for one more brewery visit. The Bridgeport Brewery was founded in 1984 and is Oregon's oldest craft brewery.
We were too late to tour the brewery, so we headed over to the brewpub for food and beer. The food was amazing (like all the eats in Oregon). Here is the mac and cheese that Jeff had, it was awesome!
My favorite beer was their India Pale Ale. It was very rich and was so good I forgot to take a picture of it. We also tried their Haymaker Pale Ale. It was crisp and delicious. We stayed there for awhile then headed to the world famous Otto's Sausages.
There we picked up some British Bangers and Bratwursts, and headed back to our buddy Josh's place to grill out and drink our newly purchased Rogue Yellow Snow IPA and Rogue Imperial Stout (too stout for me!)
Overall this was an amazing trip that took us all around northern Oregon from the mountains to the beach. This is the trip I always bring up when someone calls me a beer snob. My next visit to Oregon will be for their Annual Beer Festival where all the breweries bring out their best for the Rose City to celebrate. I will leave you with this video of the lineup at Rogue World Headquarters, collect them all!