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Bauman’s Cider Company prepares to open 1st Portland taproom

The Marion County-based cidery has taken over Ecliptic Brewing’s former Moon Room in Southeast Portland.

A pale beige building peaks out from among spring blossoming trees and shrubs.

Bauman’s on Oak will celebrate its grand opening Friday, April 19-Sunday, April 21, with tours, raffles, and pie specials.

Photo by @baumansonoak

Bauman’s Cider Company will debut its first Portland tasting room this Friday, April 19 in the former home of Ecliptic Brewing’s Moon Room.

The much-anticipated opening of the 10,000-sqft space, dubbed Bauman’s on Oak, in Southeast Portland marks the company’s first expansion beyond its founder’s historic family farm in Gervais. The new space accommodates large-scale production, alleviating strain on the farm and increasing capacity. Bauman’s Cider went from producing 5,000 gallons of cider in its first year in 2015 to pumping out about 132,000 gallons in 2023.

The new taproom at 930 SE Oak St. will offer 30 taps and seating for 230 people. Cafe Olli founding partner and chef Daniel Green is in charge of the kitchen, which will showcase seasonal ingredients and produce harvested from the cidery’s farm.

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