Bushwhacker Cider

Bushwhacker Cider is the America’s first Cider Pub:

Bush.whack:
1. To make one’s way through thick woods by cutting away bushes and branches.
2. To travel through or live in the woods.
3. To make your own path through the world

Bushwhacker
1. Someone who Bushwhacks. To be an explorer

Bushwhacker Cider House Rules:

We feature inventive House Ciders, 8 Ciders on Draft, 300+ ciders in bottle, and pointless conversation.

We opened in September 2010 in the Brooklyn neighborhood of inner SE Portland. In addition to the rotating guest ciders available on tap and by the bottle, we produce our own small batches of cider on location.

We carry our house ciders based on availability, plus dozens of guest cider taps and bottles.

Bottles are available for consumption in house with no corkage fee, or to go

This is Portland. Feel free to bring in food of your choice, order some of the house finger food or ask for menus and order from some of our neighborhood favorites.

Bushwhacker Is The Future Of Cider:

Bushwhackers is about blazing new trails in cider. We’ve developed many new styles of Cider, some of them taken on by larger national or even overseas cider makers. TRY THE HOUSE CIDERS WHILE YOU CAN.

Bushwhackers gives all ciders a chance. Yes, all. Everything we can get. If it sells, it stays. Some major brands didn’t make it. Some very obscure styles from all around the world have made it. Funky sour Spanish ciders from the Basque and Asturias regions, tannic English farmhouse ciders, complex Norman French styles that substitute for white wines all have found a home at Bushwhackers. PLEASE EXPLORE WITH US!

Not content with the same old food pairings. Bushwhackers holds occasional Cider and food events that go beyond the ploughmans platters (which are lovely) and poached fish into uncharted combinations such as Japanese cuisine, Curries and Mexican Moles. You are in one of the great food cities in the world – explore! THIS IS PORTLAND! CIDER IS GOOD WITH MANY CUISINES! TRY IT!

Bushwhacker Cider on taplister