|Hard to miss the snappy branding|
|Looking south on the Valley from the Lewiston grade|
|The main seating area is pleasingly open|
|The bar features a retro projection TV|
|Newly acquired kegs will help satisfy draft accounts|
|Back door scenery on a warm day|
|The good looking taster tray|
|Marv and his high tech pilot system|
If you find yourself driving through Clarkston, a stop at Riverport is certainly in order. Keep in mind, however, that they have no food here...aside from complementary popcorn. You are free to bring in your own food or order something from one of the nearly foodie spots. Very user-friendly here. It's great to see Riverport tapping into and expanding the beer scene in the old hometown.
Note: In case you're wondering, I'll soon be posting thoughts on the other breweries I visited on my recent trip. They include Laht Neppur (Waitsburg), Palouse Falls and Paradise Creek (Pullman) and Ice Harbor (Tri-Cities). Coming soon.