Wayfinder Beer To Tap Its First House Brewed Beers

Wayfinder Beer Brewmaster Kevin Davey atop the brewdeck at Wayfinder Beer. (photo by Cat Stelzer)

After months and months of delays Wayfinder Beer located in Portland’s southeast industrial area will finally tap its first beers brewed in house on Saturday, June 10th.

Since Wayfinder Beer opened its doors over eight months ago it has been serving from a draft list of guest beers and collaboration beers that its brewer Kevin Davey has been brewing with local breweries. Over the past eight months Davey has collaborated with Baerlic, Breakside, Hopworks, 54 40 Brewing, Widmer, Mt. Tabor, Gigantic, Zoiglhaus, Pints, Fatheads, Ecliptic, Occidental, Ross Island, Alameda and Ancestry. An amazing run of some tasty collaboration beers!

Charlie Devereux, co-owner at Wayfinder Beer.

But when the doors open on Saturday at 11:00am guests will be able to order Kevin’s first two beers, Wayfinder Hell and Doomtown IPA. Here are descriptions from the brewery on the two beers that will be tapped on Saturday.

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Wayfinder Hell
Pale Lager
OG 12.5° Plato
5.4% ABV
20 IBUs
Tasting notes: crisp, light, refreshing, brilliantly effervescent with a floral, noble hop aroma.

Doomtown IPA
India Pale Ale
OG 16.25° Plato
7.5% ABV
75 IBUs
Tasting notes: clean, classic West Coast IPA with a focus on citrus and pine.

Wayfinder Beer
304 SE 2nd Ave
Portland, OR 97214