Portland, Oregon has more breweries per capita than any other city in the world, and yet it does not have a signature beer hall to celebrate the tremendous tradition of Oregon Craft Brewing.  The craft brewing movement may have officially started in a neighboring state but it is universally acknowledged that Oregon redefined the craft brewing movement and established itself as the capital of American brewing since the late 1980s.  The Loyal Legion’s sole purpose is to celebrate the Oregon Craft Brewing tradition.

FAQ

What is your lost and found policy? We hold all lost items for 24 hours before discarding them.    Do you take credit cards? Yes we do. We listened to our guests and after an overwhelming response, we now accept cards.   What do you do with left credit cards? As requested by all credit …

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What Makes the Loyal Legion Different?

In order to celebrate the Oregon Craft brewing tradition we knew that we needed two things: the best selection of Oregon beer in the Country and the best tap system in the country.  We’ve built the entire bar around (and on top of) both of these.  With 99 Oregon beers on tap during peak activity, …

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Where did the name
“Loyal Legion” come from?

I came across the “Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen Employment Services” sign in 2008 as I was building my first Portland restaurant. The sign was built into the wall in the basement of the Hung Far Low building in Old Town Chinatown. The sign was made of metal sheets attached to a wood frame, a traditional sign construction …

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The Project

The PPAA building was an architectural “unauthorized copy” of the Voysey building in London, England.  The building was originally commissioned by the International Organization Of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) and was named the Orient Lodge #17 at its completion. The Lodge was used as the I.O.O.F. meeting hall through the first half of the 1900s.  Some of …

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