Today, Ordnance Brewing is an outlier, a brewery out past the far edges of Pacific Northwest population centers, far from the region’s corporate breweries and dense brewer communities – smack dab in the middle of a beer desert. As such, there are no predetermined expectations, no unspoken rules or formulas to be accountable to. It’s the freedom found in the wide-open spaces of the Columbia Plateau and expansive farmland. In this remoteness, we brew freely, with an innovative spirit, a farmer’s work ethic, the creativity of someone living off the land and a vision to make beauty out of little. The owners, brewer and brewery itself are on the fringe, uninhibited, driven to work together for a unified mission: Brew distinct, honest and simply enjoyable beer.
Oregon Rain is really rain water that is harvested on a rain farm in the coastal range of Oregon. There on over one acre of land, rain falls average 38 inches per year, producing over one million gallons of pure delicious water.
Oregon Rain never touches the earth and is naturally mineral free. This gives the rain a pure, almost sweet taste that compliments food and beverages. Oregon Rain is a premium water of superior quality.
Born in the heart of Sisters, Oregon, renowned for the region’s brewing fame and gateway to Central Oregon’s beer and adventure, we relentlessly pursue crafting classic Northwest beers of uncompromising quality and consistency. We use skill, heart, and only the best stuff to brew our beer. Like the finest malts from around the world, Oregon famed hops right out our doorstep, and pristine water from our own Cascade Mountains. Because we believe how a beer is made and what it’s made of matters a lot.
In the pursuit of the perfect beer, we’ve brewed A LOT of different styles. On our pilot system in a little back alley warehouse, we brewed over 130 original batches. From that, we narrowed it down to our favorites, which we refer to as our Flagship lineup. We offer these Flagship styles year round, while our Seasonal styles are rotating to compliment the ever changing tastes & sensations of the current season. At the end of this page you’ll find our brew graveyard. These are styles we’ve brewed in the past that we more than likely won’t brew again. But, who knows? We may very well resurrect one from the dead!
DRY Soda Company creates beautifully flavored, lightly-sweet sodas, made with just a handful of ingredients. With a commitment to simple ingredients, artistry, community, and most of all, delicious flavor, DRY Soda Co. is showing the world that not all sodas are created equal. The DRY Sparkling line features ten culinary-inspired flavors, sweetened with a touch of cane sugar, available in 12 oz. glass bottles, slim 12 oz. cans, four-packs, and seasonal 750 mL Celebration bottles.
Coalition Brewing is a 10 barrel craft brewery located in the heart of Portland, Oregon. Established in 2010 by Kiley Hoyt and Elan Walsky, two brewers who met by chance at a local brewers supply store, we pride ourselves in producing the finest, freshest hand-crafted ales from the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to bring the American craft beer experience directly to the local community while consistently innovating with new and exciting styles to stimulate your palate. Our beers are defined by balance and brewed in the Northwest style that put American craft beer on the map. Though each style is unique, they all showcase a distinct harmony of flavor and aromatics.
Brewed in Hood River, Oregon, KYLA Hard Kombucha is 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 and just 2g sugar so you can have your fun and feel good too.
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.