Bushwacker Cider

1212-D Southeast Powell Boulevard, Portland, OR 97202, United States

(503) 445-0577

Sunday – Thursday: noon to 10pm Friday & Saturday: noon to 11pm

We opened Bushwhacker Cider – Brooklyn in the fall of 2010 as Portland’s first cidery and the country’s original cider pub. Starting with every cider available in Oregon, we had a measly selection of 35 bottles. This selection has exploded to over 350 bottles of cider, perries and pommeau from around the country and around the world. Located in Portland’s historic Brooklyn neighborhood our small pub quickly became a place to chat with neighbors and enjoy the diverse flavors that can be found in the cider world.

Our Brooklyn location hosts our small batch cidery and one of the largest selections of ciders to be found!

Sorry no Minors allowed.

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