Rogue Ales Public House

Row 1

Details
Concourse D (at PDX Airport)
Portland, OR 97218
(503) 282-2630
Pub, Beer Garden
$ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Sun: 5:00 AM–Midnight Tue: 5:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Rogue Brewing is one of the state's highest-profile breweries. The food menu, has bites like Kobe beef sliders and blue cheese balls, with Rogue brews as key ingredients. Bonus: The bar opens at 5am.
  • You would think a $13 Kobe beef burger would be pretty awesome. It's NOT. I think it might have come from Wendys across the hall.
  • Growlers at the airport. Valhalla!
  • If you order a bl or stella, you're a tool.
  • The OLCC will allow you to drink before 7am if you are flying out not in.
  • Take a cold one to go (growler or 22 oz.)! Great if you're flying through Utah!
  • Beer cheese soup is way better then their chowder. Clam chowder's too salty. Really reasonably priced for airport restaurant
  • Pound a dead guy and head for your flight!
  • Don't seem very knowledgeable about their own beer.
  • Mmmm morning mimosa.
  • If you want an interesting beer, get the XS Imperial IPA. 9.5%, 75 IBUs
  • Have a beer (or two) at the bar! Personal favorite is the Hazelnut Brown Ale.
  • Tip the bartenders! Also ..I wanna dedicate this 20oz rogue ale to rolf potts. Cheers buddy!
  • Rachel the bartender was awesome, and especially nice to all delayed passengers
  • Received my beer and full meal in under 9 minutes. The Irish lager is great. The food is decent - and how can you not try something called Kobe Blue Balls?
  • The kobe burgers are superb. The hazelnut brown nectar ale is wonderful.
  • Same cost as the one downtown (no upcharge at the airport!). Join Rogue Nation for $0.75 off each beer. This location is right near the D gates.
  • If you are a vegetarian your options are tater tots or the hummus plate appetizer :P
  • Decently priced beer for an airport.
  • Chocolate Stout and Spinach & Artichoke Dip! Is to die for...