Northeast Portland’s Grain and Gristle has long been one of the city’s best places for spectacular beer paired with high quality food, and has always had a connection with Upright Brewing, being co-owned by the brewery’s founder, Alex Ganum. Until recently, though, it was always clear that G & G, as it’s lovingly called, was not an Upright Brewing taproom per se, and the only beer you could reliably find on tap there was the Engelberg Pilsener alongside other breweries beers. That’s changed, and now Upright’s complete year-round lineup will be available full-time. If you have not checked in on it lately, Upright has refreshed the lineup. Gone are the numbered beers–Four, Five, Six, and Seven. Below are a few notes of what to expect the next time you visit Grain & Gristle, and if you haven’t in awhile, you’re due:
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