Lamp Post Lager:
Light, crisp, and full of malt flavor. Slight tropical citrus aroma. Clean and refreshing.

Ash Street Amber:
Malty sweet with notes of caramel. Subtle spicy hop aroma with a clean and dry finish.

Crown Point Porter:
Chocolate with subtle hints of coffee dominate the aroma. Piney citrus with hints of earthiness and spice. Dark malt finish.

East Side Stout:
Roast, chocolate, and coffee like aromas with some spice and citrus hops. Dark, roast, and spicy malt finish.

Powell Butte Pale:
Big tropical citrus aroma and flavor. Subtle caramel malt sweetness with a hop forward Northwest hop finish.

Reservoir 6 IRA:
Big spicy citrus aroma and flavor backed up with subtle caramel malt sweetness. Hop forward Northwest hop finish.

Asylum Ave IPA:
Huge tropical citrus aroma and flavor with a subtle malt sweetness. Crisp and clean with a huge hop nose brought to you by Northwest hops.

Bridge Lifter IPA:
Want to get home at a decent time? Forget it. Have a meeting? You’re gonna be late! Huge hop aroma with a bitter bite. Subtle malty sweetness.

Space Mountain Sour IPA:
Tart notes of raspberry and huge fruity flavor of peach combined with tropical hops for a very complex beer. Drinks in layers with mild acidity, huge fruit, then a rush of hops.

Cowboy’s Lament Dark Mexican Lager:
Clean, crisp, and refreshing. Hints of toasty malt sweetness. Just enough bitterness to provide balance alongside the subtle sweet finish.

Cousin Eddie’s Winter Ale:
There’s no spice in this winter ale! You serious, Clark? We’re serious! Malty, hoppy, and everything Cousin Eddie would want in a beer while emptying his RV into the storm drain.

News & Events

Brewer’s Dinner, Nov. 16

Join us Thursday, Nov. 16, for the Mt Tabor Brewer’s Dinner, upstairs at the Pub in Vancouver. Check out the menu and reserve your spot …

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Vancouver Pub Now Open!

Mt Tabor Brewing has opened its Vancouver, WA pub and is serving a variety of beers on tap along with wood-fired pizza sandwiches, and appetizers. If you prefer wine, we have that, too. To us, beer goes best with family, friends and food. About seven years ago, a...

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