A velvety-smooth, dark Strong Ale, aged in Eastside Distilling’s Burnside Bourbon barrels for over a month. Aromas of soft dark malt, chocolate, and dark cherries combine with the complex flavors of vanilla, charred oak, caramel and coffee.
Holiday gift-giving season is back and we’ve got you covered! In addition to glassware and apparel (shirts, hats, beanies, hoodies and more), we partnered with HopCity Soaps on our own line of beer soaps made with MBW beer. Three varieties are available now: Flam Tap IPA (orange pine), Jerry Berry Sour (raspberry basil) and Ben’s
Happy Holidays! Once again, we’ve partnered with our friends at the MontaVillage Community Holiday Tree Lot for a Growler fill special. Bring in your fresh cut “tree butt/tree cookie” and we’ll give you $3 OFF a single MBW 64oz. Growler fill*! MontaVillage Community Tree Lot is located right behind Vinje’s Sheet Metal and the Academy
It’s time again for Hawthorne Hophouse’s IPA Challenge and MBW has been invited to participate! Click on this link and vote for Montavilla’s Flam Tap IPA as your favorite IPA in Portland: HopHouse IPA Survey If Flam Tap IPA gains enough votes for this preliminary Top 12 list, MBW advances to a blind taste-off in
Hours for Thanksgiving week: Tuesday: 3pm-9pm Wednesday: 3pm-9pm Thanksgiving CLOSED Friday: 3pm-10pm (*no food truck) Saturday: 12pm-10pm Sunday: 12pm-8pm Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at MBW! Thanks to each and every one of you who have helped make Montavilla the special place it is. We could not run this small
We’re excited to announce that “The Coop” BBQ food truck will now be parked at MBW EVERY FRIDAY from 5pm-8pm! Check out Coop’s Menu and get hungry! Alternate bookings for the truck sometimes occur, so if a cancellation happens, we will do our best to let you know via social media and through our newsletter.
This Thursday, November 7th, Montavilla Brew Works will be donating $1 from every pint sold to Rahab’s Sisters. Come join us from 3pm – 9pm. Bring your happy hour crew and feel good about racking up a bar tab. Rahab’s Sisters creates community through radical hospitality with those marginalized by poverty, houselessness, sex work, violence