Breweries and Cider Houses

  1. Burnside Brewing Company

    Burnside Brewing Company

    (Portland, OR)

    The people of Burnside Brewing Co. make it what it is. They are risk takers, lovers of food to be enjoyed with easy to drink beers. Founded in 2010 by Jay Gilbert and Jason McAdam, Burnside Brewing Company takes an alchemist approach to enhance the craft beer and culinary experience. Burnside is widely recognized as a visionary leader in the Northwest brewing industry—bold enough to take risks and smart enough to leave a creative impression on your palate. The finished product is an outstanding combination of original cuisine and beer, both deeply rooted in innovation and quality.

  2. Deschutes Brewery

    Deschutes Brewery

    (Bend, OR)

    Family and employee owned since 1988, Deschutes Brewery – Bend’s original brewpub – has become the cornerstone of Central Oregon’s flourishing craft brew culture. Known for its generous use of whole hops in its defining beers such as Black Butte Porter, Mirror Pond Pale Ale, and Fresh Squeezed IPA, the brewery also keeps fans on the edge of their bar stools with the release of small batch experimental beers each season. Now available in 29 states and Washington D.C., Deschutes’ flagship brewpub has been joined by a main brewing facility overlooking the Deschutes River in Bend, a pub in Portland, and coming in 2021, a new east coast brewery in Roanoke, Virginia.

  3. Ex Novo Brewing Company

    Ex Novo Brewing Company

    (Portland, OR)

    The idea of Ex Novo began in a garage full of homebrew in NE Portland circa 2012. Beer has always done a great job of bringing people together and hatching great ideas, like the one to start a brewery that gives all its profits away. We wanted to form a brewery that respects the pedigree of brewing found in the NW and one that strives to do everything right: from crafting consistently enjoyable and unique beers, to great and unexpected food in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Portland deserves nothing less. We also believe in making things right, both in our city and around the globe. Our mission as a brewery is to donate 100% of our profits to those building a better world and bringing hope to places where it is scarce. Joel Gregory is the Founder and President and manages the new business along with enjoying being a father of two little girls. Ex Novo opened its doors in July of 2014 – thanks for your support!

  4. Finnriver Cidery

    Finnriver Cidery

    (Chimacum, WA)

    The Finnriver crew farms and ferments on 80 acres of organic farm and orchard in Chimacum, along a restored salmon stream on the north Olympic Peninsula of Washington.  While our farm is remote, we’re honored to be on the forefront of the Pacific Northwest hard cider revival and we are committed to producing both traditional and innovative hard ciders using premium, organic ingredients while maintaining an authentically farmcrafted and land-based operation.  We source organic apples from across Washington state and grow our own organic orchard of over 5,500 trees, with 20 varieties of heirloom and traditional cider apple varieties.  We aspire to serve the land with cider,  by caring for our soils, watershed and community while crafting award-winning premium ciders. Our ciders are a tribute to old hard cider traditions but also offer an approachable, fresh perspective on the possibilities of the fermented apple.  Our Cider Garden is open daily, year-round!

  5. Full Sail Brewing

    Full Sail Brewing

    (Hood River, OR)

    At Full Sail Brewing Co., our glass is never empty. We pour water from the snow-capped peaks of Mount Hood, locally grown malt, hops and yeast, and responsible processes into each and every refreshing pint. Our decades-long commitment to crafting world-class brews sustainably – and our passion for ridiculously tasty beer – has earned us hundreds of awards, including 150 gold medals. Taste for yourself why our glass is always full!

  6. Hopworks Urban Brewery

    Hopworks Urban Brewery

    (Portland, OR)

    Hopworks Urban Brewery strives to revolutionize and inspire the brewing industry with practices that drive quality, protect the environment and improve the community we live in. Using organic malts and a combination of locally-sourced, organic and Salmon Safe hops, the company’s 20-barrel brewery in Portland produces 13,500 barrels of beer and cider a year for HUB’s brewpubs and for distribution throughout the Northwest. Hopworks is a family-owned and operated business, the first Certified B Corporation brewery in the Pacific Northwest, a gold-level bike friendly business, and Long Root Ale received Brewbound’s “Marketing Initiative Award of the Year” in 2016. At the end of 2016 Hopworks opened a new eight-barrel brewery in Vancouver, Washington.

  7. Lagunitas Brewing Company

    Lagunitas Brewing Company

    (Petaluma, CA)

    Lagunitas Brewing Company began on a kitchen stove in Northern California in 1993. From actually getting beers into bottles and onto the streets, Lagunitas looks to the future… From expanding the Petaluma Brewery to building a second in Chicago, opening a tap room in Ballard WA and soon a third Brewery in Azusa CA to bringing its flagship IPA across the pond, Lagunitas could probably make good beer on the Moon. Wherever you go, beer speaks, people mumble.

  8. Magnolia Brewing Company

    Magnolia Brewing Company

    (San Francisco, CA)

    Magnolia Brewing Company began in 1997 as a neighborhood brewpub in San Francisco’s fabled Haight Ashbury District on the eastern edge of Golden Gate Park. The story begins in the late 80s with Founder/Brewmaster, Dave McLean, discovering a love for the delicious and diverse new beers of the emerging craft brewing industry. He turned that love into an obsessive homebrewing hobby upon landing in the Haight in 1991. Those first beers were brewed in a one-bedroom apartment six blocks from the future home of Magnolia Pub & Brewery and rapidly turned into a calling that would not be ignored.

  9. Migration Brewing

    Migration Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    At Migration Brewing, you’ll find handcrafted beers created from high quality grains and local hops. As an award-winning brewery, we take great pride in producing world-class beers that embrace innovation while respecting classic styles. Our flagship beers are West Coast, hop forward IPA’s and pale ales. We also enjoy producing a full spectrum of styles such as lagers, strong ales and barrel-aged specialties.

  10. Old Town Brewing

    Old Town Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    Old Town Brewing opened in northeast Portland, Oregon in 2011 with an emphasis on crafting its beer to reflect the spirit, values, history and personality of Portland and the Northwest. OTB is the first brewery in the country to deliver beer by bike straight to consumers, rain or shine. Reclaimed materials were extensively incorporated into the design of the award-winning, LEED Gold brewery, evoking an atmosphere of Northwest authenticity and sustainability.

  11. pFriem Family Brewers

    pFriem Family Brewers

    (Hood River, OR)

    pFriem artisanal beers are symphonies of flavor and balance, influenced by the great brewers of Belgium, but unmistakably true to our homegrown roots in the Pacific Northwest. Although they are served humbly, each glass is overflowing with pride and a relentless aspiration to brew the best beer in the world.

  12. Portland Cider Company

    Portland Cider Company

    (Portland, OR)

    Through the marriage of English traditions and Northwest micro-cidery techniques, Portland Cider Company was established in 2012 by Jeff and Lynda Parrish. Lynda, an ex-patriot from the Somerset region of England (the Mecca of cider), married Oregon native Jeff, inspiring the English-style ciders crafted from Northwest apples Portland Cider is known for. Portland Cider Co. now has two taprooms in Portland, the Portland Cider House on Hawthorne with 28 cider taps and the Clackamas taproom and cidery where they produce their seasonal and flagship ciders. Distributing in four states (Oregon, Washington, California and Colorado), Portland Cider Co. is looking forward into expansion in other states and overseas in 2017.

  13. Pyramid Breweries

    Pyramid Breweries

    (Seattle, WA)

    Pyramid Brewing’s roots started on the banks of the Columbia River in Kalama, Washington. We now call Seattle our home, and we continue to brew the award-winning beers Pacific North West craft beer lovers have come to expect from us.

  14. Sixpoint Brewery

    Sixpoint Brewery

    (Brooklyn, NY)

    Running Man is energized about bringing this Brooklyn (NY) brewer’s products to Portland.  Sixpoint brews excellently on many levels — unbelievably robust IPAs like Bengali and Resin coexist happily in a portfolio with a delicious Pilsner (Crisp) and a Cream Ale (Sweet Action). You will love their seasonal and special releases as well. Additionally, Sixpoint’s branding is awesome. You’ll notice their slim silver cans with the iconic Sixpoint brewer’s star everywhere better beer is sold around town, and please order by going here.

  15. Wandering Aengus Ciderworks

    Wandering Aengus Ciderworks

    (Salem, OR)

    Located in Salem Oregon, David Ryan and James Kohn, Co-Owners of Wandering Aengus and Anthem Ciders have been producing Cider for 11 years in the Willamette Valley. A leader in the cider industry, they are making some nationally recognized and award winning ciders. At Wandering Aengus Ciderworks and Anthem Cider, we press and blend over 20 cider apple varieties to craft our cider. Our cider-specific apples originate from France, England and pre-prohibition America, but now are grown mostly in the Northwest. These heirloom varieties are essential for the depth of flavor, excellent body and delightful aromatics of our distinctive ciders.

  16. Widmer Brothers Brewing

    Widmer Brothers Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    Widmer Brothers Brewing was founded in 1984 in Portland, Oregon. Brothers Kurt and Rob Widmer, with help from their dad, Ray, helped lead the Pacific Northwest craft beer movement when they began brewing unique interpretations of traditional German beer styles. In 1986, Widmer Brothers Brewing introduced the original American-style Hefeweizen, which elevated the brewery to national acclaim. Since then, Hefe has grown to become Oregon’s favorite craft beer and the brewery has continued to push the boundaries, developing beers with an unapologetic, uncompromised commitment to innovation. Widmer Brothers Brewing currently brews a variety of award-winning beers including Hefe, Upheaval IPA, Alchemy Pale Ale, Drop Top Amber Ale, a full seasonal lineup, and a series of limited edition beers.

  17. Worthy Brewing Company

    Worthy Brewing Company

    (Bend, OR)

    Worthy Brewing Company opened its doors in early 2013, delivering remarkably balanced, filtered ales that are hand-crafted using premium ingredients and the pristine water from the Cascade Mountains in Bend, Oregon. Worthy’s campus includes a large outdoor biergarten, full restaurant, and a greenhouse and hop yard onsite for growing estate and experimental hops in conjunction with Oregon State University and Indie Hops. An expansion will be completed in Spring 2017, featuring the “Hopservatory,” with a large telescope, “The Hop Mahal,” a banquet space, “The Beermuda Triangle” expanded indoor seating, and “The Star Bar,” an open air mezzanine bar.