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Lucky Labrador Brewing

dog_dayIn addition to being among the most dog-friendly cities in the country, Portland is the microbrew capitol of the nation with more microbreweries and brewpubs within its city limits per capita than any other American city. These two facets of Portland culture come together often, with various restaurants and brewpubs allowing dogs on site and some even sporting dog-specific menus.

Lucky Labrador Brewing is a great example of the Portland zeitgeist encapsulated within a single enterprise: dog-friendly atmosphere with simple menus and affordable prices on brews made from as many local, sustainable ingredients as possible, with each location focused on operating with significantly green business models. The original Hawthorne pub has a large covered patio area where dogs may relax with their owners for a brew and some down-home pub fare.

Lucky Lab provides charity to local dog-oriented shelters and businesses, meaning you can both bring your dog along when you fancy a pint and take joy in knowing some of your cash is going toward the benefit of fellow canines in the area. Each location includes dog treats and are staffed with dog-friendly members who, on days when business is slow, are happy to talk pooches with customers.

Visit a Lucky Lab location today with a dog at your heels and a beer on your mind. The business model is great for dog owners and beer connoisseurs alike, and there are often fellow owners at the pubs who help to promote an active communities among canine-minded Portlanders. Take a look at the Lucky Lab website for more information, including food menus and details regarding upcoming events.

The original location is at 915 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, with three others throughout town. A dog-friendly beer hall location is at 1945 NW Quimby Street; street parking in the area is limited, though the Portland Streetcar makes a stop at Northwest Northrup Street and Northwest 18th Avenue and TriMet Bus Line 77 serves this stop as well. Bus Line 17 stops at Northwest 21st Avenue and Quimby, and the beer hall is located directly across from the DoveLewis Animal hospital.

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