Portland Cider Company Opens Portland Cider House

Is Portland becoming Cidervana? In another great development for cider lovers, Portland Cider Company is opening a new taproom in SE Portland on Hawthorne Blvd. The Portland Cider House will feature 28 taps and will be family friendly. The grand opening is on Friday, April 10. I can't wait to check it out!

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Portland Cider Company Announces Grand Opening of Hawthorne Public Taproom

Oregon City, OR – The Portland Cider Company today announced the grand opening of “The Portland Cider House,” at 3638 Hawthorne Blvd on Friday, April 10th.

The 1300-square-foot location features 28 taps, offering Portland Cider Company ciders, along with select ciders from other regional craft cidermakers. All ciders are available in half pints, pints, flights and growler fills. 

The Portland Cider House is open to patrons of all ages and while it features a limited food menu, patrons are encouraged to bring in food from any one of the many of the excellent restaurants in the area.

The Portland Cider House is a follow on to the company’s tasting room at their production facility in Oregon City. “We have enjoyed a great deal of interest in our ciders at our Oregon City tasting room,” says Owner and Master Cider Maker Jeff Parrish. “It has been our desire from day one to open a unique public taproom devoted to promoting not just our ciders, but all the excellent craft ciders being produced in the northwest.  We are very excited about the results of our hard work.

The Portland Cider House feels like a step into a rustic, farmhouse cidery.  The décor features a bar and tables made from reclaimed wood out of a century old mill with cedar planking lining the walls. Original works from local artists are featured along with many cider related novelties that lend to a fun light hearted atmosphere. 

The Portland Cider House will be open daily at 11:00am.

About Portland Cider Company – The Portland Cider Company was started in October 2012 by an Oregonian and a family of British expats with the mission of bringing cider, handcrafted in the English tradition, to the Northwest. For more information, visit www.portlandcider.com

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