Alameda Brewing Co. is a small brewery that began its life in the heart of Beaumont Village in Northeast Portland, Oregon. The 5-barrel (155 gallon) brewery began producing craft beers in 1996. All of its beers are produced on location under the careful watch of the head brewer. He produces a wide variety of beers, from the light, refreshing Siskiyou Golden Ale to the deep, impenetrable Black Bear XX Stout to the extremely hoppy Yellow Wolf Imperial IPA. Alameda is perhaps known best for the Black Bear XX Stout, which won the Gold Medal at the 2003 and 2005 GABF and the Silver Medal in 2006 and 2008 in the foreign-style stout category. In addition, there are always numerous seasonal beers on tap to fit the mood of the season and one selection served on nitrogen.
Migration Brewing caters to a diverse customer base who share a common love for quality beer drinking. In general, our brew pub is geared to a creative and progressive crowd who enjoy a down-home drinking experience.
Northwest born and bred. Flatbed is produced in the Northwest using local orchard apples. The Northwest grows the crispest, most flavorful apples in the world. We take the fruit from the branch to bottle right on the farm, locking in fresh local flavor.
While non-alcoholic in nature, (like, uh, most sodas are) these drinks bare the signature Rogue treatment with the addition of all-natural honey and some Oregon-style TLC.
Rogue is a small revolution, which expresses itself through handcrafted Ales, Porters, Stouts, Lagers and Spirits, and this is the way we conduct our business. The spirit of the Rogue brand, even the name, suggests doing things differently, a desire and a willingness to change the status quo.
At 2 Towns Cider house our aim is Damn Fine Cider. This means cider produced using the best the Northwest has to offer, superior brewing standards, innovation and a lot of love. We insist on using only the finest fresh-pressed 100% NW apples in our ciders. We never take shortcuts in the cider-making process, and never add any sugar or essence flavorings, but instead let the fresh, naturally fermented ingredients speak for themselves.
Our ciders are exactly what the name suggests-CIDER GONE ROGUE. Each flavor is a bold combination of Pacific NW apples, a proprietary palate of ingredients we grow on Rogue Farms, and a medley of other delicious fruit sourced from Oregon’s rich bounty. The results are terroir to tap ciders that don’t play by the rules, meant to bring out the Rogue in each of us.
Worthy Brewing Company opened its doors in Bend, Oregon in early 2013. Within its first year, a canning line, bottling line, expanded fermentation space, a kitchen expansion and the addition of a five barrel pilot brew system were completed. Worthy also boasts a greenhouse and hop yard onsite for growing estate and experimental hops in conjunction with Oregon State University and Indie Hops.
Crux brewmaster Larry Sidor and our brewery team are always in pursuit of the next great beer-beer that defies taste profiles with its complexity and creativity. We’ve designed our brewery to allow for non-traditional brewing methods like decoction mashing, open fermentationsm oak barrel aging, wild yeast strains and experimental hops.
For the last 22+ years Cascade Lakes has been growing in Central Oregon and beyond. They brew and bottle six beers year-round: Blonde Bombshell, 20” Brown, Paddleboard Porter, HopSmack IPA, Mosaic IPA, and Cyclops IPA as well as many seasonal varieties. The Vault Series is their latest passion with creative and tasty brews complete with wax-dipped crowns. Cheers!