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234 SE 12th Ave Portland, OR 97214
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Retail Store Hours:
M-W 8:30 AM - 6 PM
Sat 9 AM - 4 PM Sun 10 AM - 4 PM
Draft Department & Gas Fills
Frank H. Steinbart opens FH Steinbart Co. on 527 SE Grand Ave in Portland.
On January 16th the 18th Amendment is ratified introducing Prohibition.
FH Steinbart responds to Prohibition by shifting to selling supplies for making soda, near beer and sacramental wine.
December 5th the 21st Amendment repeals the 18th Amendment ending Prohibition.
Employees Joseph DeBenedetti and Angelo Curtello enter into a partnership and purchase the business from Frank Steinbart.
After the death of his partner Joseph DeBenedetti purchases Steinbart Co. outright from partner's widow.
Steinbart Company moves to 526 SE Grand Ave.
Fred Eckardt's Treatise on Lager Beers is released in Portland.
President Carter signs bill HR1337 exempting homebrew from taxation effectively legalizing homebrewing at the federal level.
Steinbart Company moves to SE 6th and Salmon.
Bridgeport Brewing, Widmer Brewing, Full Sail Brewing and Portland Brewing are incorporated in Portland, Oregon.
The brewpub movement is born. The Oregon State Legislature grants legalization to breweries the ability to sell the beer it makes over the bar.
Steinbart Company moves to the current location at SE 12th & Pine.
Steinbart Company's Draft division installs the draft beer system at the new Rose Garden Arena.
FH Steinbart Company's Draft division installs more than 390 feet of draft beer trunk line (nearly 2 miles of individual beer line) in newly renovated Autzen Stadium at the University of Oregon.
Steinbart Company's endeavor to stay current with the ever-evolving beverage market leads to an opportunity to carry kombucha kits featuring ingredients from Portland's Lion Heart Kombucha.
F.H. Steinbart Co.
Beer & Wine