to bushwhack: to cut or beat one’s way through thick woods

We produce our own traditional ciders and sell over 300 bottles and cans of local, national and international hard ciders.  Additionally we have 8 taps for draft cider, 6 of which rotate regularly.  Bushwhacker is America’s first cider pub.

You can visit us at 1212-D SE Powell, Portland OR.  We are open from Noon to 11 PM Monday through Thursday, and Noon to Midnight Fridays and Saturdays.  Please check back soon for updates on our new location, which will open in the Woodlawn neighborhood this Fall.

At our Brooklyn neighborhood location, we do not have a liquor license, which means we are not allowed to admit children or minors.  However, we love dogs, so please feel free to bring your four-legged family members if you’ll be out on our patio.  (Sorry, it is not covered year-round, so check the weather before you arrive!)  We also provide a number of board and card games, if you are so inclined to play.

6 thoughts on “Home

  1. Hi,
    I heard that you guys rented out a Apple press for pressing juice by the hour? Or maybe by the day?
    Thanks,
    Robert 5039011828

  2. Our fermentationists would like a tour to experience how you started your business and the fermentation process.

    Would anyone be available to meet with the Fermentationists? They will all be in Portland on Thur, Oct 30th or Monday, Nov 3rd in the morning.

    thank you,
    Cyndi

  3. Hi, I am trying to see if I can order and ship a cider I tried there when I visited last year. It was holiday spiced and I haven’t stopped thinking about it since. I would love to order a case for my upcoming wedding, but not sure how to do that. Any help would be great! Thanks!

    Dorothy

  4. Do you happen to know the maker? We can not ship cider, but depending who it was, we could help you out by contacting them directly. Also, if you remember anything about it (size of bottle, draft, etc.) that would help.

  5. No, we do not, but FH Steinbart does, they would be a great resource. Ours is used pretty heavy this time of year. Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>