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Little Beast Beer Garden Now Open

Little Beast Beer Garden Stained Glass

Today at 3pm, Little Beast Brewing is officially opening their new Beer Garden location on SE Division. The brainchild of Charles Porter and Brenda Crow, each brings a delicious artisanship to the table in the form of Belgian-inspired beers and delectable foods.

I was able to check out the new space during their soft-opening weekend. The intimate taproom offers both tables and bar stools, with the entirety of the indoor area providing a quaint farmhouse vibe.

Little Beast Beer Garden Taproom

The patio, much as it was during it’s life-span as the Lompoc Hedge House, is multi-tiered and provides both shade and sunny spots.

Little Beast Beer Garden Umbrellas

As we found out yesterday, the front lawn is a wonderful spot for afternoon lounging. Just ask for a blanket at the bar and get comfortable.

Little Beast Beer Garden Blackcap Raspberry

Both the taplist and the food menu are certain to provide unique options for every taste. From recent creations such as their Belgian-style lager Pater Extra and their IPA collab with Grains of Wrath called Wrath of the Beast, to their Blackcap Raspberry and their stone fruit forward Golden Stone, you can’t go wrong.

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Little Beast Beer Garden Taplist

On the food side, the Cheese and Charcuterie boards, as well as the Trout Dip are not to be missed. Unfortunately I didn’t catch any pictures while munching on the food. And while I’ve only tried a few things on the menu, everything was wonderful.

Image courtesy of Eater PDX

So be sure to stop by and check out their exciting new space. The Beer Garden is located at 3412 SE Division Street – an ideal spot to chill after a long day at work or in the middle of a busy weekend.

Learn more about Little Beast via the write-up I did last year for American Craft Beer.

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3 thoughts on “Little Beast Beer Garden Now Open Leave a comment

  1. Oh my goodness this looks positively delightful. Beer prices seem to be on the higher end, but from the couple Little Beast beers I’ve had so far they’re exceptional. That yard is absolutely calling to me from a future sunny afternoon!

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