Hopworks Urban Brewery
Proudly brewing world-class beer as sustainably as possible in Portland, Oregon since 2007
Hopworks Urban Brewery and Hopworks BikeBar are Portland’s first Eco-Brewpubs. We offer handcrafted organic beers and fresh, local ingredients, all served in sustainably-built and operated buildings with a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
Hopworks incorporates many aspects of sustainability. From composting to salvaged materials, and from pervious pavers to hand dryers, we have made every effort to protect “our” future with a thoughtful alternative. Hopworks is 100% renewably powered and “cradle to gate” carbon neutral. Our 20-barrel brewery produces 12,500 barrels a year and provides our restaurants with fifteen different HUB organic beers on tap at all times. Our wonderful beer, food, and staff are some of the best you will find anywhere. Relax, raise a pint and enjoy living with purpose. Cheers!
Brewmaster & Owner
Rise Up Red India Red Ale Is Here!!!
Rise Up Red IRA is one of the first beers brewed at Hopworks, it won a gold medal at the 2009 Great American Beer Festival and has remained a cult classic for years in the Pacific Northwest. The seasonal offering is an India Red Ale, mahogany in color, smooth, made with certified organic barley, and packed to the rafters with organic kettle hops. The beer is then dry-hopped with Salmon-Safe Certified hops at to punch up the aroma.
Rise Up Red is part of the Hopworks NW Legends Series, which highlights histories and stories from the Pacific Northwest. The beer’s artwork prominently features Mt. Hood, Portland’s neighboring mountain, along with the hidden image of another NW legend. Following Organic Rise Up Red in Hopworks’ seasonal offerings is Pig War White IPA.
14.5 Plato 65 IBU 6.1% ABV
All Hopworks seasonal beers are available in 16 oz. cans. Perfect for skiing, snowshoeing, biking, camping, rafting, hiking, fishing; wherever your outdoor adventures take you. They’re packable, crushable, sustainable, and anywhereable.
Rise Up Red IRA is available in 16 oz. cans, 22 oz. bottles and on draft throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia.