Welcome to The Green Dragon Bistro & Pub

The Green Dragon is a bar dedicated to the education & appreciation of craft beer.

928 SE 9th Avenue in Portland, OR.

56 rotating taps. Home of the Green Dragon Brew Crew & Buckman Botanical Brewery.

Every Wednesday the Green Dragon Brew Crew releases a new brew & every Thursday, we host a brewer from local and regional breweries.

Open every day, 11am – 12am
Happy Hour: 4pm-6pm

Kids welcome before 9pm; Dogs welcome always — on the patio.

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Green Dragon Brew Crew – The Devil Makes Three

What: The Green Dragon Brew Crew and guest brewer Alysa Freeman release The Devil Makes Three
When: Wednesday, May 20th @ 5pm

ABV: 7.5%
IBU: 67
Alysa Freeman, a server here at the Green Dragon, got together with the Brew Crew to craft The Devil Makes Three , a Belgian Stout made with sweet Belgian yeast and roasted malts. The result is a beer that’s robust, with a luscious mouthfeel, yet pleasing to the palate.
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American Craft Beer Week At The Green Dragon

Join us at the Green Dragon to Celebrate American Craft Beer Week.

We have more than 45 American craft beers on tap at any given time. The selection changes daily, sometimes by the hour. You’ll never run out of new beers to try.

Plus, we’re giving tours of the Buckman Botanical Brewery ever day at 4pm.

Then on Saturday May 16th, we’re one of the stops for Brewvana’s Drink Drink Putt Mini Golf Tournament. One day, nine holes, nine breweries.



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Green Dragon Brew Crew – Maude Deux

What: The Green Dragon Brew Crew and Jason Huey release Maude Deaux.
When: Wednesday May 13th @ 5pm.

ABV: 9.6%
IBU: 26
The Brew Crew is in a Belgian state of mind with this week’s release of Maude Deaux, a Belgian Dark Strong ale that’s rich in color, delightfully layered, complex and spicy. The recipe is based on the Brew Crew’s entry into the 2014 Cheers To Belgian Beers festival.
By the way, the guest brewer for this week’s release is none other than the Green Dragon’s very own Jason Huey.
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Meet The Brewer – Ecliptic Brewing

What: Meet The Brewer – John Harris of Ecliptic Brewing
When: Thursday, May 7th. Keg tapping @ 5pm. Harris speaks at 6pm
Brews: Spica Pilsner, Orbiter IPA, Capella Porter, OORT Imperial Stout, Helix Hoppy Lager

An icon of Oregon Craft Brewing, John’s brewed for some of the best known breweries in the state including, McMenamins, Deschutes and Full Sail. Now with Ecliptic Brewing, he’s combining his passion for craft beer with his passion for astronomy.

Each brew tells a story about our amazing universe and of John’s never ending search to push the boundaries of creativity.

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Brew Crew – I Did It For The Lulz Kolsch

WHAT: The Green Dragon Brew Crew and guest brewer Cody Hoesly release “I Did It For The Lulz” Kolsch.
WHEN: Keg tapping on Wednesday, May 6th @ 5PM

ABV: 5.1%
IBU: 22

When Cody Hoesly won a chance to create a brew with the Green Dragon Brew Crew, he knew it had to be something special. “I wanted to brew something to celebrate my daughter Lola’s first birthday and I decided on a Kolsch because I like Germany and it’s a great beer for a sunny day,” says Cody. We can’t guarantee you a sunny day this Wednesday, but drop in to try this home-brewed ale with a proud tradition.

Guest brewer Cody Hoesly and (behind the arm) Alex Graham of the Green Dragon Brew Crew brewing I Did It For The Lulz Kolsch.

Guest brewer Cody Hoesly and (behind the arm) Alex Graham of the Green Dragon Brew Crew on brewing day.

Sometimes known as the “German Pale Ale”, Kolsch originated in 874 in Cologne (Koln), Germany. Throughout the centuries it evolved into a style that’s light-colored, highly fermented, strongly hopped and bright. According to German and European Union rules, a true Kolsch can only be brewed in Cologne. But the style has become increasingly popular around the world and many American craft brewers have their own kolsch-style brews.

Meet The Brewer – Alameda Brewing

WHAT: Meet the Brewer, Eric Rolerkite of Alameda Brewing
WHEN: Thursday, April 30th. Keg tapping @ 5pm. Brewer speaks at 6pm.
BREWS: Azzaca Single Hop Pale, Brother Mar Mar Belgian Dark Ale, American Rye Imperial IPA, Siberian Bear Russian Imperial Stout (barrel-aged)
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Eric Rolerkite of Alameda Brewing drops in on the Green Dragon this week with four beers, showcasing the wide range of styles from this small, craft brewery in NE Portland, Oregon.

Alameda Brewing represents the heart of Portland’s craft beer movement. Dedicated brewers, doing what they love, creating quality brews while staying true to their roots.

Green Dragon Brew Crew – Unite IRA

WHAT: The Brew Crew and LOLA release Unite IRA, an Irish Red Ale
WHEN: Keg tapping on Wednesday, April 29th @ 5PM

In honor of International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day, the Green Dragon Brew Crew and the Ladies of Lagers and Ales got together to create this limited edition Unite IRA. Mashed with roasted barley to give that signature red color, Unite IRA is also a single hop ale using all Willamette hops.

Typically, Irish Red Ales are lightly hopped, with slightly sweet caramel or toffee flavors from the malt. These easy-to-drink beers that finish dry. Although the style has Irish roots, it’s far more popular in other parts of the world.

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