Reverend Nat’s Cider House

1813 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97212, United States

503-567-2221

Tue – Thurs: 4pm to 10pm Friday: 4pm to 11pm Saturday: 10am to 11pm Sunday: 10am to 7pm

With among the largest number of cider taps in Portland (12), you’re sure to find something you like. I offer tasting trays, glass pours of old standbys and taproom-only specials including many ciders that never leave the building. Buy a growler to go, or take some bottles home with you. At this time, the taproom is open to patrons age 21+

 

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If you’re interested in some nosh while cidering, you’re in luck because while we do not have any food for purchase, you are welcome to bring your own food or grab some from nearby restaurants.

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