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Dog-Friendly Breweries near Portland

Tualatin Valley is the perfect place to travel with your four-legged friend, as many hotels, parks, trails, coffee shops and wineries welcome friendly dogs, and breweries are no exception. If you’re looking to sample some of Oregon’s best brews, these dog-friendly breweries near Portland will make you and your pup feel right at home.

With a passion for craft beer, Hillsboro’s Vertigo Brewing and Taproom serves up a rotation of award-winning standard and seasonal offerings made in the brewery on site. While they don’t serve food at the taproom, guests are welcome to bring their own food and the brewery hosts local food trucks for Food Truck Fridays.

Three Mugs Brewing in Hillsboro hosts more than 20 taps including their own beer and guest taps. Family owned and operated, this brewery happily welcomes you and your dog to find a seat at the bar or outside on the patio while you sip a Three Mugs Mo’ Honey Ale, Tropical Haze Hazy Ale or one of the many home-brewed favorites on the tap list.

As Forest Grove’s first brewery, Waltz Brewing invites local and traveling beer lovers alike to sip on a selection of Oregon-made beers, ciders and wines. Bring your companion and enjoy an evening of live music as the brewery often hosts a wide variety of professional musicians from the Pacific Northwest and around the country.

More Dog-Friendly Breweries to Check Out

Most breweries in Tualatin Valley are dog-friendly (please check before visiting). Rain or shine, these locations offer delicious food and superb beer while you hang out with your four-legged friend on the patio:

If you’re missing your pup while you’re away, Fido’s Tap House in Tigard coins itself as “the world’s first dog tap house.” Home to adoptable rescue dogs, this craft beer taproom has over 40 taps of craft beer, cider and wine as well as a tasty food on the menu. Spend time discovering new brews while hanging out with a furry friend.

Please be responsible! Don’t drink and drive, please use public transportation, ride sharing or have a designated driver.

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