Beers

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

2018 Brewer’s Dinner, Nov. 15

Join us Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, 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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