We Portlanders have things pretty good, even those of us who have to (or choose to) subscribe to a gluten-free diet. As our website testifies, the options for gluten-free food are great. When it comes to drinks, Portland also shines. Aside from wine, saké and whiskey bars, there are excellent cocktail bars and taverns in the Portland city limits. If you didn’t know it already, Belmont Station is a great resource for gluten-free beer, also. This excellent little shop now resides on SE Stark street, and it’s variety is impressive for gluten-free beer drinkers, not to mention all of those ‘normal’ beer drinkers.
Belmont Station is a showcase for the best and most legendary beers from Oregon and beyond. Over 1000 beers have been carefully chosen, religiously rotated, and properly stored under UV-filtered light in order to maintain the freshest selection of beer in the Portland Metro area.
We strive to fulfill customer requests and supply our neighbors with their beer of choice, whether it’s a six pack of domestic lager or some obscure Belgian ales. If you have questions regarding beer availability or special orders please click HERE. Please note that due to importation and distribution laws we are limited in what we can legally carry, but if it’s available in Oregon we’ll gladly order some for you.
While beer has always been our raison d’etre, it’s far from the only beverage in the building. We also carry Portland’s most extensive collection of cider and mead (honey wine), as well as a small, carefully chosen selection of wine and sake.
Visit them to check out their big selection and talk to someone who is really knowledgeable about their inventory. They’re located at 4500 SE Stark Street Portland, OR 97215. Their Twitter account (@belmontstation) will give you updates on the many beers they stock, though make sure to ask them if you have something special you’d like them to special order.