(PORTLAND, Ore. –– March 17, 2020 ) –– As ordered by the Governor of Oregon, Cascade Brewing has closed sit down service at both its Barrel House and Lodge pubs in the Portland area for the next four weeks. The Lodge at Cascade Brewing at 7424 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. is open for carry-out service Tuesdays through Saturdays with temporary hours from 12pm to 8pm. Food, bottles, cans, crowlers, growlers (new growlers only, sorry no refills), non-alcoholic beverages, merchandise and gift cards are available to-go. Guests can either drop-in or call ahead at 503-296-0110 and they will prepare the order in advance. Check out the website for current availability at https://www.lodgeatcascade.com/menus.
The Cascade Brewing Barrel House at 939 SE Belmont St. is open for carry-out service Thursdays through Sundays with temporary hours from 3pm to 7pm. Bottles, cans, crowlers (beer, wine, or cider), growlers (new growlers only, sorry no refills), non-alcoholic beverages, merchandise & gift cards are available to-go; food is not available to go at this time. The Barrel House also has quite a few beers on sale, both in bottles and crowlers. Call ahead to 503-265-8603 and the team will pull your order in advance. Check out the website for current availability: https://www.cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com/bottle-sales/
Both locations are taking extra precautions for the health and safety of customers and staff including deep cleaning high contact areas daily, frequently washing hands before and after handling meals and minimizing contact for transactions. Hand sanitizer is available for use before and after coming by the pub. The number of customers in the Barrel House will be limited at any one time to ensure proper social distancing. Credit cards are preferred.
Cascade Brewing wishes to thank everyone for helping to support local restaurants and craft breweries during these difficult times, stating, “Our hearts go out to everyone directly affected by COVID-19, as well as those whose businesses and livelihoods have been jeopardized by this crisis. We encourage all of you who are passionate about craft beer to support your local breweries in whatever capacity you can during these trying times. Please stay safe and join us in the effort to limit the spread COVID-19 so our communities can thrive once again. We thank you all for your support.”