March 15, 2016 (Portland, OR) – The Portland Cider Company announced this week that it will be opening the new Clackamas tap room location on Friday, April 1, 2016. This location will feature a new, larger cider production facility fronted by a traditional tap room that will include shuffleboard, darts and other fun activities. To celebrate the opening, Portland Cider Co. will feature two limited release ciders, food trucks and live music on both Friday and Saturday nights (April 1 & 2). The new tap room is located at 8925 SE Jannsen Road Bldg F Clackamas, OR 97015.
Local bands performing include Friday night entertainment from Tin Silver, Yonder Blue, and Bird on a Capo, with a Saturday night highlight performance from The Domestics, with opening acts by Rare Diagram and Nicolai Carrera. All entertainment is free of charge. Portland Cider will have two limited release ciders on tap, including a unique blend of cider infused with spicy chai tea leaves. With plentiful food to choose from at the food carts, and cider flowing all night long with live tunes, it’s going to be a rocking grand opening celebration.
The Clackamas tap room will feature twelve taps where customers can enjoy an assortment of Portland Cider Company ciders on tap, including their flagship flavors, Kinda Dry, Sorta Sweet, Pearfect Perry and Hop’rageous. In addition to these popular flavors, the company also offers seasonal varieties. Currently those include Mojito, Maui Cruiser and Passion Fruit. Unique to the Clackamas location, there will also be four rotating local craft beers on tap. The tap room will be open from noon until 8 pm Sunday through Thursday and noon until 10 pm Friday and Saturday.
The Portland Cider Company has another location, the Portland Cider House, in Portland’s Hawthorne District, where they offer 28 ciders on tap to the public. Their bottled and canned ciders are available in Oregon, Washington, Colorado and California.
About Portland Cider Company:
The Portland Cider Company was started in October 2012 by an Oregonian and a family of British expats with the mission of bringing cider, handcrafted in the English tradition, to the Northwest. For more information, visit www.PortlandCider.com.