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World Class Beer Touring

With over 60 breweries, give or take, 2-3 dozen good-beer bars and thousands of places to buy craft beer within the city, Portland Oregon IS ALL ABOUT BEER. Known as the "beer capital of the world", the city boasts more breweries than anyone! There are over 200 brands of IPA sold--just IPAs. You will not imbibe lightly, so order your brew bus today!

**You may choose your own brewpubs or you may leave that up to us. As well, let us know ahead of time if you have an interest in a brewery behind-the-scenes tour or anything else customizing your package. Most of the brewpubs also have great casual dining. See link above for brewpub info.

NOTE: This tour does NOT include a behind the scenes tour of a brewing facility, unless requested ahead of time.

Why Portland?  Malted grains, Old World traditions and NW classic recipes. And because we have the perfect ingredients-hardy aromatic hops and malted barley right in our own backyard-Oregon's Willamette & Washington's Yakima Valleys. There aren't many climates in the world that foster barley and hops, Oregon being one of them. In the 1980s, a change in Oregon's law allowed brewing and retail sales to co-exist; behold the Oregon brew-pub. Other states are trying to follow our lead, but they're still well behind us. In the city that churns out more craft-brewed suds than any other, exceptional beer has become the rule.

Why My Chauffeur?

  1. ...PRIVATE, personalized tours with luxury sedan/limo or luxury party/brew bus (see below) and door to door service for a festive, SAFE event.

  2. Lower cost (up to 75% less than the others) is our norm.** ***

  3. Concierge Service - We'll plan your route, pick your breweries (unless you prefer to do this yourselves), give brief introductions/ histories at each brewery and answer questions. We'll also check out the events before you go to see if there's anything you shouldn't miss.

  4. We offer a combination of pssts!, insider tips and stories (brewery intro's) at the breweries... Knowing the stories adds appeal to your brewpub tour.

  5. Because we know our breweries... We know the best ones* and the ones with the best beer deals.

  6. And 'cause we have a spectacular Portland Brew Bus.

*Access our list of 'best ones', the must-see beer destinations that make Portland so world-renowned.

**Tightwad Tuesdays and Wednesdays are additional 40% OFF or $81/hour for our 14 pass Brew Bus for 4+ hours with pickup in DT Portland. Pickups outside of DT may be at additional cost. Must start by 6PM. Auto 20% driver gratuity applies. Other days (excluding Fridays & Saturdays) receive 20% OFF on request.

***You take care of your own tasting fees and meals. Also, we don't supply beer paraphernalia, glasses, chocolates or pretzel-laces, but who wants/needs that stuff anyways.

Note: We DO NOT allow alcohol of any kind in our vehicles on our brewery or distillery tours. To bring alcohol on board, order a wine tour or City Nightlife Shuttle.


Drink Like A Local...Understand Portland.

When in Portland, sample the distinctive elements of our local beer culture. These selections represent the city's individuality very well.


  1. Boneyard RPM - When Boneyard launched in Bend, it sent RPM hurtling like an ICBM into the Portland market. Dinosaur IPAs died, being replaced by a legion of modern beers bearing the Boneyard influence. Available around town.

  2. Cascade Noyaux - It's been 10 years since Cascade started making its very strong, very tart 'Northwest Sours'. Using Lactobacillus, aged months or years in barrels and usually flavored with local fruits, they're unique to the city and the world. It's hugely laborious and time--consuming and worth a try. We'd also recommend Apricot Ale or Kriek, but Noyaux best illustrates Cascade's approach... After shucking the fruit off for other beers, they take the stone, crack it and remove the meat (the noyaux) which gives this beer its amaretto-to-maraschino flavor. Only available at Cascade.

  3. Hair of the Dog Adam - When Adam (Hair of the Dog's 1st beer) debuted in 1993, it showed Portland what mature brewing looked like. It's a giant beer, dark and smoky and very very rich. But tread lightly on Adam (10% abv!). Only available at Hair of the Dog.

  4. Upright 6 - Tucked away in a basement brewery, Upright has had a huge effect on our beer, directing the city's palate toward complex, food-friendly ales.  Their #6, a dark rye saison is one of their heavier ales, their most food-friendly and the most unusual.

  5. Occidental Pilsner - About 5-10 years ago Pilsners and Lagers (Breakside, Ninkasi, Upright, pFriem and Ecliptic) became very popular in Portland. One of our faves is Occidental way out in St John's, which has the richest expression of malt and hops.

  6. Great Notion Ripe IPA - Winner of WWs Feb 2018 blind taste test of damn near every IPA in Portland. It's "a candied IPA so creamy and fruity it almost shoots off into its own category of beer."


Sip & Eat

Summer Ales in the Pearl

Salud! to the Pearl District’s Summer Ales. Here are six locally brewed ales and lagers—from Back Pedal, Rogue Ales, 10 Barrel, BridgePort, Von Ebert, and Deschutes—we're enjoying during these hot and sunny August days. Read More »



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Have a question about the Brewpub tour, just ASK below! Call or text 503-969-4370 between 7AM & 9PM Daily or just ASK below by email!

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* The # of stops/options is not guaranteed with any length tour and is influenced by your group size, groups pace and other factors. We get to as many as possible within your tour's hourly length.

TASTING TIPS -- No one needs a primer on tasting beer, but consider a few tips on how to better appreciate it!

But how the heck do you get to taste without being overwhelmed? Don't fret, we're here to help. The best way to tackle it is by the Portland Brew Bus, choosing a few breweries and enjoying a pitcher(s) or sampler tray(s)* at each...then, slow down. Look at your beer--the quality of its head, the amount of carbonation you see. Then smell--does it remind you of anything? Now sip. How does it feel on your palate? Is it spiked with bubbles, or smooth and creamy? How are the flavors changing? Is there an aftertaste? Do you like it???

*We highly recommend trying a sampler tray(s) at any or all breweries. It's a chance to taste a range of beers, which usually includes a seasonal and some styles you might not have otherwise.

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The Portland Brew Bus:

Enjoy Touring Limos Custom-Designed for Panoramic City Viewing. Travel in style and comfort in our 12/16-passenger Limo Brew Bus or any of our other vehicles. See the city through the oversized windows, stretch out with ample leg room & 6' 4" standing room and tour comfortably with luxury interior and deluxe air-conditioning.

  • Comfortable, spacious seats

  • Extremely large tour windows

  • Perimeter couch seating for a luxurious, festive event

  • Outstanding sound system

  • 3 Bars

  • Neon Lighting




Coming Up...

 Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery - Portland, OR, United States. Siting outside the restaurant.

Acropolis Club


My Chauffeur Dt & Near Dt Picks for Cheap Micro Brews during special days, Happy Hour, your B-Day & Beyond

All price quotes should be confirmed.


  • Acropolis Strip Club (8325 SE McLaughlin) - $14 ALL Micro Beer LARGE Pitchers everyday all day/night. HUGE Selection! (Pictured left)

  • Sassy's Strip Club (9th & SE Morrison) - $2.75 ALL Micro beers Noon til 8pm daily. Wonderful selection/Wonderful deal.


  • Coalition Brewing (2724 SE Ankeny) - $2.50 ALL pints on Wednesdays. $10  Large Pitchers on Sundays.


  • Lucky Lab (915 SE HAWTHORNE BLVD., 1945 NW QUIMBY & 1700 N/KILLINGSWORTH) - On Mondays, 20-ounce pints are just over two bucks.

  • Lompoc Sidebar & 5th Quadrant - SIN Mondays $4 Pints


  • Eastburn (1800 E Burnside) - 1/2 OFF pints Tuesday nights

  • Lompoc Sidebar & 5th Quadrant - $3 select pints every Tightwad Tuesday

  • Green Dragon Tuesdays (2nd pint free as long as your wearing your Hawaiian shirt)



  • Wildwood restaurant (1221 NW 21st) - $3 pints during happy hour (M-F 4:30-6:30)

  • Rock Bottom (SW 2nd & Morrison) - Happy Hour ($2.50 for Rock Bottom brews) Monday - Friday: 3-6:30pm Late Night: Sunday - Thursday: 9pm - 12am Friday & Saturday: 10pm - 12am

  • Marathon Taverna (NW 18th & Burnside) - $5+ Lg. Pitchers domestic everyday all-day. Sports Bar w/Ping Pong & Pool.

  • Good Cheap Wine During Happy Hour




...'Now tread we a measure with My Chauffeur!'...

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The bride kissed the goblet; the knight took it up,

He quaffed off the beer, and he threw down the cup,

He took her soft hand ere her mother could bar,

'Now tread we a measure, with My Chauffeur Brew Bus!" said young Lochinvar.**

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