In the News

In the News

Tyler our head brewer sat down with Tigard-Tualatin Times to discuss beer culture in Portland.

Tiah Edmunson-Morton will give a talk at the Tigard Public Library at 2 p.m. this Saturday titled "Brewing in Oregon: How Science, Farming and People Shaped Beervana.…/91-fe…/359303-238726-hopstory

Malcolm's Miller Pilsner Release Party February 11th

Malcolm's Miller Pilsner Release Party February 11th

Brew Gooders Unite!

We are so pleased to announce the first in our Brew Good series of beers that will directly benefit charitable organizations. Saturday February 11th we will release Malcolm’s Millers Pilsner, with $1 from each pint going to the ALS Association of Oregon & SW Washington.

Uptown Brewing is Now Distributed in Washington!

We are very excited to announce that we have partnered with Craig Stein Beverage to bring SW Washington a taste of Uptown.  Every brewery’s journey is unique. Some start off with a big name brewer, others have ambitious investors that help to build a state of the art facility and sometimes an incredible recipe can help spring board a brewery into the spotlight.


Uptown Market began as a humble bottle shop in 2011 with 6 taps. In the course of almost 5 years we’ve expanded to offer a variety of over 1000 bottle selections, 36 taps and our cozy brewery “on the other side of the wall”  is now producing over a five hundred barrels per year. Not bad for that bottle shop in Beaverton, or wait, is it in Portland?!

Most breweries will say they got their start because of a deep love of beer and that’s really all it boils down to, pun intended. We’ve experimented, we’ve made beer our customers love, some they’ve politely said “that’s nice” while pivoting to order something else. We’re beaming to say that now, when we pour an Uptown Brewing beer for a buyer or customer they usually pause, take a look at the glass in their hand and say, “Wow, that’s actually really great!”

The quality and consistency of our beer could only been attributed to our head brewer Tyler Staples, who had his one year anniversary with Uptown in June. His dedication to putting forward the best possible beers and maximizing our brewery’s capabilities has set Uptown up for this huge next step.

Tyler Staples, head brewer since June 2015.

Tyler Staples, head brewer since June 2015.


We’re very glad to be in the hands of Craig Stein Beverage while rolling out Uptown Brewing to Washington. They are a distributor who took the time to get to know our story, our beers and genuinely are excited to talk about our brand with their customers. It couldn’t be a better fit!

Join us in celebrating the next chapter up Uptown Brewing as we head over the Columbia to Tap Union Freehouse in Vancouver, Washington. We’re hosting a Tap Takeover tomorrow, Friday September 16, at 3pm. 


Oktoberfest at Uptown Market! 9/26



Bavarian Crown Prince Louis, later King Louis I of Bavaria, marries Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. The Bavarian royalty invited the citizens of Munich to attend the festivities, held on the fields in front of the city gates. These famous public fields were named Theresienwiese—"Therese's fields"—in honor of the crown princess; although locals have since abbreviated the name simply to the "Wies'n." Horse races in the presence of the royal family concluded the popular event, celebrated in varying forms all across Bavaria.


The decision to repeat the festivities and the horse races in the subsequent year gave rise to the tradition of the annual Oktoberfest, which now begins in late September and lasts until the first Sunday in October. Alcohol consumption is an important part of the modern festival, and more than 1 million gallons of beer are consumed annually at Oktoberfest.


Today, Oktoberfest is a sixteen-day festival held each year in Munich, Bavaria, Germany during late September (and running to early October). It is one of the most famous events in the city and the world's largest fair, with some six million people attending every year, and is an enjoyable event with an important part of Bavarian culture. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations, modeled after the Munich event.

Oktoberfestbiers are the beers that have been served at the event in Munich since 1818, and are supplied by 6 breweries known as the Big Six: Spaten, Löwenbräu, Augustiner, Hofbräu, Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr. Traditionally Oktoberfestbiers were the lagers of around 5.5 to 6% abv called Märzen - brewed in March and allowed to ferment slowly during the summer months. Originally these would have been dark lagers, but from 1872 a strong March brewed version of an amber-red Vienna lager made by Josef Sedlmayr became the favourite Oktoberfestbier.





This year, Uptown Oktoberfest will feature a Paulaner tasting, live music, German pretzels from Fressen Bakery, and hopefully lots of folks in lederhosen. Tasting begins at on September 26th, but the party will continue on with more festbiers and frivolity! Join us!


Ladies Night at Uptown



Attention, lady beer-lovers!  Uptown is proud to announce that every Wednesday ladies will be able to enjoy discounts on beer, wine, and cider!

From 12pm-6pm all Uptown Beers will be available to ladies for only $1 a pint!  All other guest taps will be $2 off!

Later on, from 6pm-closing time, Ladies will be able to get $2 Uptown Pints and $1 off all guest taps.

20% off wine bottles all day!




We Have Trivia Every Tuesday Night!  Trivia is every Tuesday and all Tuesday's of the month.  Krystina is our gracious host.  Come in and see if you can handle the crazy new things you'll learn or recall!


Trivia Starts now SHARPLY at 7:02 pm.



Do not use anything that can be used to cheat (phones, tablets, PDA's, reference materials).

Do not shout out answers.

Only one answer per team (max 6 people), which can not be changed once turned into MC.

The decision of the MC is final.

Drink some beer, Tip your Bartender (He tips the Trivia Host) and have fun!


Oh ya, did we mention there are AWESOME Prizes for round winners?