Like fairies, hamburgers are famously difficult to photograph because they can take thousands of forms and wear a variety of sauces. Feast on unbelievable fare with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a Tillamook cheddar and pepper bacon burger with an additional topping of choice (up to an $11.70 value), an extra-large side of fries (a $3.55 value), and a pint of beer (a $4.50 value) at 4th Street Brewing Co. in Gresham (up to a $19.75 total value).
Part brewery, part restaurant, and part sports bar, the 4th Street Brewing Co. provides the perfect setting to dazzle the senses with a tasty burger, side, and brew. A 100% fresh ground chuck beef, Tillamook cheddar, and a secret burger sauce create the winning elements of a championship team, while pepper bacon and another topping of choice, such as a fried egg, jalapeños, or onion rings, jump on the bandwagon. Lettuce, tomato, and onion fight with a pickle spear to finish off the medley, adding fresh flavors to engage the savory central ingredients. No burger or lonely container of ketchup would be complete without an extra-large side of beer-battered, hand-cut french fries to provide a wealth of adoring friends and dipping opportunities. The handcrafted signature brews of 4th Street superbly cleanse the esophagus of any savory fare; you can float into the ether with a pint of the refreshing Gresham Light or claim duck season to the malty aromas of Demented Duck Amber.
A community installment, 4th Street is dedicated to watering and feeding weary mouths. Relaxing brick walls, chic lighting, and athletics on the tube ensure that everyone receives a warm welcome, and a well-tarred beer-hall roof ensures no one's head is subject to the whims of raindrops or ravenous clouds.
4th Street Brewing Co.
From cracking two-row malted barley in a roller mill to carbonating at 31 degrees Fahrenheit, brewer Adam Roberts’s five-step process yields each of 4th Street Brewing Co.’s handcrafted beers. A window in the brewpub’s restaurant lets patrons take a peek at the working microbrewing equipment, which churn out the ales, porters, and IPAs that make up the five mainstay brews. Adam also crafts seasonal beer selections such as the Get Jiggy Wit It, a belgian white ale, and the czech pilsner.
In the kitchen, Chef Abe uses locally raised, organic ingredients to craft pub food that complements Adam’s beers. Those dishes include beer-battered onion rings by the pound or half-pound, charbroiled or stone-oven-baked pizzas with toppings such as IPA barbecue sauce and artichoke hearts, and a pork-fillet sandwich topped with french fries. Meals unfold in a spacious dining room where sports flicker across nine high-definition televisions and magician Brian Proctor dazzles diners every Friday night by performing card tricks and magically, with only the use of minutes, turning once hot dishes into lukewarm ones. 4th Street also accommodates private feasts in two party rooms equipped with amenities such as a 78-inch projection screen and a private bar.