Breweries and Cideries

  1. 10 Barrel Brewing

    10 Barrel Brewing

    (Bend, OR)

    10 Barrel Brewing was founded by three fellas in Bend, Oregon in 2006 who wanted to brew beer, drink beer and have a ton of fun while doing so. 10 years later and we’re still following suit. Whether we’re shredding the mountain, drinking cold ones by the fire after work or floating down the river – we always have fun with a beer in hand.

  2. 12 Bridge Ciderworks

    12 Bridge Ciderworks

    (Oregon City, OR)

    12 Bridge Ciderworks is a local family and veteran-owned cidery that uses all-natural ingredients and fresh-pressed juice to make refreshing, quality cider. We opened our doors in June of 2017 and operate out of a 3,400 square foot facility in Oregon City. There you will find our production space and a 52-seat taproom, where cider and beer drinkers unite. 12 Bridge is a self-distributed company and has grown our draft sales program to serve the I-5 corridor, from Portland to Ashland.

  3. Cider Riot!

    Cider Riot!

    (Portland, OR)

    Founded in 2013, Cider Riot! is dedicated to producing crisp refreshing ciders from local apples. We use no sulfites or other artificial preservatives in our finished ciders, and believe in working with only the finest local apples. Cider Riot!’s Old World style pub offers darts, pinball, ploughman’s platters, vegetable pasties, and live music, and is a safe and inclusive space for all members of the community. Our ciders are always vegan and gluten free. Currently sold in Oregon, Washington, California, Japan, and Norway.

  4. Deschutes Brewery

    Deschutes Brewery

    (Bend, OR)

    Deschutes Brewery, family and employee owned since 1988, is one of the quintessential beers of the Pacific Northwest. Founded on the guiding principles of true craftsmanship, ultimate quality, and extraordinary consumer experience, Deschutes Brewery is recognized for defining beers such as Black Butte Porter, Mirror Pond Pale Ale,  Fresh Squeezed IPA and the non-stop release of pioneering small batch experimental and barrel-aged beers. Deschutes can be found at its brewpubs in Bend and Portland, Oregon, Tasting Rooms in Bend, and Roanoke, Virginia and at accounts across the country. Visit Deschutes Brewery’s beer finder at https://www.deschutesbrewery.com/beer-finder/ to find a Deschutes beer near you. www.deschutesbrewery.com

  5. Ferment Brewing Co.

    Ferment Brewing Co.

    (Hood River, OR)

    Located on Hood River’s waterfront, Ferment is a modern brewery that fuses traditional farmhouse techniques with a forward-thinking scientific approach. Born out of an appreciation for the art of fermentation, we offer a unique family of beers and kombuchas that tap the wild terrain of the Columbia River Gorge for inspiration and foraged ingredients. Keep an eye out for us in bottle shops, bars and restaurants around Portland, or come visit our brewery and tasting room in the heart of the Gorge!

  6. 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!

  7. Great Notion Brewing

    Great Notion Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    Great Notion (GNB) is a Portland, OR-based brewery started by three friends that offers hazy, fruit-forward IPAs and “culinary-inspired” sours and stouts. The brewery has won numerous gold and silver medals, including accolades at the World Beer Cup, GABF, Best of Craft Beer Awards, and Oregon Beer Awards, as well as the #1 IPA in America from Paste magazine. GNB currently has two brewpubs with full restaurants and packaged beer to-go in Portland: GNB Alberta at 2204 NE Alberta St. and GNB NW at 2444 NW 28th Ave.

  8. Kyla Kombucha

    Kyla Kombucha

    (Hood River, OR)

    KYLA Hard Kombucha is a fermented and fizzy, light and refreshing, alcoholic kombucha beverage brewed in Hood River, Oregon. It’s a totally new beverage steeped in a 2,000-year history. Brewed the right way and fermented to 4.5% ABV, this is how kombucha was meant to be. KYLA has live cultures, 100 calories and less than 2g sugar + 2 g carbs,  so you can have your fun and feel good too.

  9. 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.

  10. Modern Times Beer

    Modern Times Beer

    (Portland, OR)

    Modern Times is an intrepid cadre of brewers, coffee roasters, and culinary wizards that began as a 30bbl production brewery and tasting room in the Point Loma neighborhood of San Diego. Modern Times is named after a beautifully crazy utopian community founded in 1850, and many of our beers are named after real utopian experiments or mythological utopias. Today, we’re distributed throughout Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, and the Pacific Northwest. In addition to our flagship brewery & roastery in Point Loma, we now have brewery/restaurant locations in Los Angeles & Portland, as well as a tasting room in San Diego’s North Park neighborhood and a restaurant and tap room in Encinitas, CA. A bit further down the line, we’ll be opening a restaurant in Santa Barbara, as well as a brewery/restaurant/cafe/swim club megaplex in downtown Anaheim. As of 2017, we became California’s very first employee-owned brewery, which is a fact we’re particularly proud of. We brewed our first batch on May 18th, 2013; our beer went on tap for the first time on June 24th 2013; and we held the soft opening for the Lomaland Fermentorium tasting room on August 9th, 2013; and our Grand Opening was September 7th, 2013.

  11. Old Town Brewing

    Old Town Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    Old Town Brewing has been a prominent part of Portland’s history for over four decades. Opening its doors in the spring of 1974, Old Town quickly became a hub for like-minded people and a beacon for the local community; a place to break bread and enjoy your neighbor. Over 40 years later, not much has changed. With the exception of becoming an international award-winning brewery, we still stand as a celebration of our city and stay true to our homegrown roots in the Great Pacific Northwest.

  12. Olympia Beer

    Olympia Beer

    (Olympia, WA)

    Olympia’s story begins with founder Leopold Schmidt, born in Germany in 1846.  As an adult Leopold was an adventurer with the blind ambition of sailing the high seas, exploring the American Frontier, and mastering the art of German brewing. After training as a brewmaster in his homeland, the wild beauty of a new world was beckoning – Leopold set his sights on America.  In 1895 he arrived in the Northwest, and there the catalyst for Olympia Beer, unbelievably pure water, perfect for brewing, was bubbling from the ground where Tumwater Falls and the Puget Sound meet. Today, we encourage you to follow your nomadic spirit, as Olympia invites you through the horseshoe for the adventure within.  If you’re willing, the wild is yours.  And the rewards never tasted so sweet.

  13. Pelican Brewing

    Pelican Brewing

    (Pacific City, OR)

    In 1995, Jeff Schons and Mary Jones purchased an old brick building on the oceanfront in Pacific City. Over Sunday morning coffee, Jeff and Mary came up with the idea of opening an oceanfront micro-brewery—but they knew nothing about brewing. So they attended a Craft Brewers conference in Portland and tacked a handwritten 3 x 5 notecard to a bulletin board, hoping for a catch. Darron Welch answered the call, and moved with his fiancée to Pacific City, where he began brewing test batches of beer down the street in mini-storage units while the Pelican was under construction. On May 4, 1996, the Pelican opened its doors and the rest is history.

  14. pFriem Family Brewers

    pFriem Family Brewers

    (Hood River, OR)

    pFriem Family Brewers (pronounced “freem”) is a Northwest and Belgian inspired 15-barrel brewery and tasting room in Hood River, OR. Founded in 2012 by Josh pFriem, Ken Whiteman and Rudy Kellner, pFriem has experienced incredible growth in its short six years and has earned prestigious awards, including Brewery of the Year. Best known for artisanal beers influenced by the great brewers of Belgium and of course the homegrown roots of the Pacific Northwest, pFriem craft brews are unmistakably unique in both flavor and balance.

  15. Stella Artois

    Stella Artois

    (Belgium)

    We’ve been brewing beer for over 600 years but we still like to keep up with the times. One thing that hasn’t changed in all those years is the pride we have in our heritage, fine craftsmanship, and of course, taste. Pair your favorite dishes with a Stella Artois to elevate your festival experience. #SummerLikeVacation

  16. Von Ebert Brewing

    Von Ebert Brewing

    (Portland, OR)

    Opened in 2018, Von Ebert Brewing is locally owned and operated. Owner, Tom S. Cook named the brewery after his Great-Grandmother Ebert. She was the guiding force to his immigrant family when they came from Germany to the United States. Please come and visit us at both of our Portland area brewpubs. Our scenic locations have onsite breweries focused on crafting an outstanding selection of rotating beers. We call our cuisine elevated American pub fare and strive to provide an atmosphere in which to enjoy both. We truly believe that craft is not just a description for beer. Cheers!

  17. Wayfinder Beer

    Wayfinder Beer

    (Portland, OR)

    Wayfinder Beer is a brewery in Portland, Oregon. We have transformed 8,900 square feet of a century-old brick warehouse in Portland’s Central Eastside into a classic destination for beer and food lovers. Wayfinder is the brainchild of Charlie Devereux (co-founder of Double Mountain Brewery), Matthew Jacobson (co-founder/owner of Sizzle Pie, Quality Bar, and Relapse Records) and Rodney Muirhead (co-founder/owner of Podnah’s Pit and La Taq). Our mission: to bring simple and authentic pleasures of the highest quality to the Rose City and beyond. Guests to Wayfinder will find enjoyment in our 110-seat taphall, or outside on our 2000 square-foot deck with a fire pit. We use our four-vessel, 10-barrel brewhouse to create world-class lagers and ales.

  18. 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.