Oregon Brewery Directory

The Oregon design is made of the beer labels from the independent craft breweries below.  Click here for more information on how to join this fine group of breweries.


Agrarian Ales Brewing Company is an authentic farmhouse brewery located just north of Eugene, Oregon and right in the middle of the beautiful Willamette Valley. We grow 100% of the hops used in our beer, along with a wide variety of crops grown by Agrarian Ales and Crossroads Farm such as berries, produce, herbs, and chili peppers. Our goal is to make great beer and delicious food using as many organic ingredients as we can that are either grown by us or by others in our local community.  Since brewing operations began in 2012, we have solidified our position as one of America’s most unique breweries. We firmly believe that beer tastes better when it’s brewed in a barn on a farm!

Offering unique hop forward ales, crisp lagers, barrel-matured rarities, and one of the Northwest’s most extensive wild and sour programs, Block 15 produces a range of artfully crafted beers, brewed with a nod toward fresh ingredients and fresh thinking. Established in 2008, we are proud to have remained brewer-owned from day one. Look for our beer on tap and in cans and bottles at the finest beer bars, bottle shops, and markets around the PNW.

Breakside pushes the boundaries of technique and flavor while maintaining a delicious profile in everything it creates. Our motivation is to enhance relationships, build community, and contribute to the enjoyment of life.

It wasn’t beer we were brewing. It was a revolution. Before the Portland Pearl District was known as such, sat a run-down cordage factory with a fate bigger than anyone could’ve imagined. In this predestined location over 30 years ago, BridgePort brewmasters met, and the revolution began. Instead of just manufacturing beer, we’d use the freshest local ingredients from the Willamette Valley and craft them into something the beer gods would be proud of. We set out to create a beer as unique as the city that drinks it, because beer means more here. And for as long as the grey skies cover our land, we’re going to keep giving them the great beer they deserve. Which is always.

Caldera Brewing Company is located in Ashland, Oregon, and is dedicated to producing uncompromised quality ales, lagers, sodas and cuisine. In 2005, Caldera became the first craft brewery on the West Coast to brew and can its own beer, helping to start a revolution. Today, nine of Caldera’s most popular beers are available in cans year round and two seasonals, with several more currently available in 12 oz and 22 oz bottles.

Our beer begins with ingredients purchased directly from local farmers: barley from Eclipse Farm (Goble, Oregon) and hops from Crosby Hop Farms (Woodburn, Oregon). Your beer dollar stays local. You cannot make beer from raw barley.  We malt our own grain in-house: an age old practice revived on a craft scale.  Soaking, germinating, drying, curing, and cleaning; it is a lot of work, but it is the only way to use grain from local farms. We bottle the finished beer into reusable containers: bottles and kegs.  We self distribute our beer directly to local stores, restaurants, bars, and sometimes customers’ homes.  Bottles are returnable and reusable. 

In the winter of 2000, Cascade Lakes Brewing Company was purchased by Rick Orazetti and Doug Kutella.  Ron Kutella and Chris Justema soon joined the partnership. What started as a small brewing facility in an airport industrial zone has turned into a state-of-the-art, 25-barrel brew house system that allows brewing 775 gallons per batch, three times daily. The partners also expanded from just a brewery to having four local pubs: 7th Street Brew House, Tumalo Tavern, Cascade West Grub and Alehouse, and our flagship restaurant in Bend, Cascade Lakes Lodge. Cascade Lakes beer is now distributed and sold in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and California. Look for our beers on draft at your favorite pub and grab a six-pack at your local grocery store.

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. As you enjoy our beer, know that it is brewed with love and appreciation for fine craftsmanship, the best possible ingredients, and the enjoyment of craft beer fans around the world. Please feel free to come visit us at the brewery when visiting Portland, Oregon. We look forward to giving you a tour and sharing our beers with you.  

A tasting room nestled in a brewery, or a brewery nested in a tasting room? We hope you visit us in Bend, Oregon— for a brewery tour,  just swivel around in your bar stool a couple times. Behind you, the hop cooler. To your left, the brew deck, fermenting vessels, and barrels containing our next [BANISHED] series beers. And before you, our serving tanks delivering an ever-changing tap list.

As co-owners of Deschutes, we are proud to be family and employee owned. We are dedicated to our core values and live them every day by; honoring our customers, delivering quality, working as a team, doing our best and next time doing it better, building a healthier society, celebrating the culture of beer, and owning it!!  We are committed to the craft beer industry and our community by honoring our mission to profitably deliver the finest beers in the world and cultivate extraordinary experiences.

Ecliptic Brewing is a venture from John Harris, an Oregon craft brewing icon.The name Ecliptic Brewing unites John’s two passions:  brewing and astronomy.  The ecliptic is earth’s yearly path around the sun.  The centerpiece of our pub, a massive light fixture in the shape of the Analemma, represents our path through the seasons; we celebrate this journey with beer and food menus in constant change and rotation throughout the year.  Our seasonal menu rotates every 6 weeks on the old world calendar:  Samhain, Winter Solstice, Brighid, Spring Equinox, Beltaine, Summer Solstice, Lammas and the Autumnal Equinox. Our philosophy is to push the limits of creativity in the brewhouse, and create a sense of place in both the restaurant and the beer we build.  We are set up to welcome both the family out for a meal, as well as the couple who wants to be kid-free.  We hope you join us on our journey together.

We are makers.  We brew, bake, smoke, & cure everything in house. We all came together to LET IT POUR as Falling Sky Brewing in January 2012.  We opened the Pour House Delicatessen in July 2013. Then, tripled the capacity of our brewery and opened our Pizzeria & Public House in June 2016. We now sell beer all over Oregon. The outpouring has been amazing! On behalf of all of us LET IT POUR!

The reason we started Full Sail in the first place was to build a company that was completely different from the ones where we’d previously worked. It wasn’t about business as usual. It was about finding our calling in life — about truly appreciating our “human resources,” and balancing work, life, family and friends in a way that makes life truly worth living. So here we are. Ever humble, ever grateful, ever amazed that we got here in one piece. Still a mix of beer geeks and boardheads (not to mention mountain bikers, surfers, ultimate fanatics and powder hounds). Still independent. Still trying to find that perfect balance between art and commerce, work and play, inspiration and perspiration. Thanks for reading. And next time you’re in Hood River, stop by for a beer.

At Gigantic we only do two things: make the best damn IPA in Portland, Oregon and produce seasonal, exciting, flavorful beers, most of which will be brewed only once. Our goal is simultaneously to create new interpretations of classic styles and to ignore those same style guidelines completely and brew whatever our creative natures produce. We hold ourselves to a simple principle – Never Give an Inch.  We vow to start small and (stubbornly) stay small, focusing our efforts on making exceptional beer, rather than a lot of beer. When you drink Gigantic, know that we didn’t just put our names on the label – our effort, imagination, and dry wit are in every bottle. Look for Gigantic on tap at your local, and in 22oz bottles at your favorite place to buy good beer. Better yet, come visit us at our Tap Room and Champagne Lounge and Taste the Awesome! 

Our beers are crafted and brewed on our state-of-the-art brew system from IDD. The brewhouse features a mash press which uses a series of filters to increase productivity and prevent stuck mashes. This unique brewing system allows our creative style to flourish and evolve. Not only is our brewhouse inventive, it is also incredibly efficient. With each batch we save 30% more water than standard breweries and average 98% grain efficiency. So here we are. Ever humble, ever grateful, ever amazed that we got here in one piece. Still a mix of beer geeks and boardheads (not to mention mountain bikers, surfers, ultimate fanatics and powder hounds). Still independent. Still trying to find that perfect balance between art and commerce, work and play, inspiration and perspiration. Thanks for reading. And next time you’re in Hood River, stop by for a beer.

GoodLife Brewing Company opened in 2011 in Bend, OR. Where the craft brewing culture is vibrant and growing. Our beautiful home in the PNW is very supportive of local craft beer and has been remarkable testing ground for beer to be distributed regionally. We strive to make exceptional beers by blending special brewing techniques, unique ingredients and the best quality hops and malt available, also having great water helps. Soon after opening we began selling beer in all of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. We are now as well opening limited distribution in Vermont and Hawaii. Proving to be quite successful, we were the first brewery in Bend, OR to can beer. Our Sweet As! Pacific Ale was voted the best canned pale ale in America 2013 and the best beach beer 2013. We continue to grow and produce more offering in cans.

Ground Breaker Brewing is a dedicated gluten-free brewery. Every beer that we make is naturally gluten-free, made in our brewery where no gluten containing items are allowed through the door. We brew, bottle, and distribute our gluten-free beer from our production facility in southeast Portland, Oregon. So here we are. Ever humble, ever grateful, ever amazed that we got here in one piece. Still a mix of beer geeks and boardheads (not to mention mountain bikers, surfers, ultimate fanatics and powder hounds). Still independent. Still trying to find that perfect balance between art and commerce, work and play, inspiration and perspiration. Thanks for reading. And next time you’re in Hood River, stop by for a beer.

When Rick started home brewing 25 years ago, he seemed to have a knack for making good beer.  When the opportunity came up to move away from the banking world, his first thought was to look into brewing. After a short stint at a California winery, Rick decided that a brewery focused around a more niche-oriented product made sense. Before getting licensed, he spent a year working on brewing techniques, consistency, and recipe development. At one point he brewed 14 batches of Pilsner in a row – unheard of for a home brewer!  With encouragement from family and a number of friends, Rick started Heater Allen in April of 2007. The brewery started with a glorified home-brew system of 20 gallon batches. After the initial success of the brewery a 6 BBL system was purchased and installed in the spring of 2008. In late fall of 2013 a brand new 15 BBL system was installed to keep up with growing demand. Yearly barrel production as of end of 2015 was approximately 1100 barrels.

Hopworks urban brewery creates world-class beer and food using sustainable business practices that protect our environment and inspire our community. With locally-sourced, organic and Salmon Safe hops, our 20-barrel brewery produces 13,500 barrels of beer a year for our two brewpubs and for distribution throughout the Northwest. Our pubs serve our beer and fresh food, in sustainably-built and operated buildings that have a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere. Hopworks is family-owned and operated, employing over 130 people in the Pacific Northwest. We serve our neighborhoods through donations, profit sharing and volunteering with local, non-profit organizations.  We are the first Certified B Corporation brewery in the Pacific Northwest and our campus is the first Salmon-Safe Certified brewery in the world.

IMMERSION BREWING is a Brewery plus a Brew-It-Yourself Pub in Bend, Oregon. We are a family-owned business, born out of the desire to create quality craft beer as well as embrace the process that brings it to life. We believe anyone can become a brewer if given the right tools, a bit of knowledge, and the best quality ingredients. Local breweries have established Central Oregon as a “Beervana” in the Pacific Northwest’s impressive craft beer scene. Owners Sean, Rachael, and Amanda are excited to bring this beer-crazed town yet another fantastic brewery, along with a unique Brew-it-Yourself experience. Being a homebrewer for many years, Sean is excited to share his passion and knowledge of brewing with others. He can help anyone make great beer!

Level Beer was founded in 2016 by Geoffrey Phillips, Jason Barbee and Shane Watterson, with a focus on balance.  Balanced beers for a balanced life. As parents of young children these industry veterans know how hard it can be to balance work and family life. Their idea was to create a work/life balance for all of their customers, employees and community through beer. Level Beer strives to make the highest quality, most innovative, balanced beer they can; while doing so in a family friendly space, providing their employees with a great working environment, and helping to improve the community they are in. If you are going to dream, you might as well dream big! Hopworks is family-owned and operated, employing over 130 people in the Pacific Northwest. We serve our neighborhoods through donations, profit sharing and volunteering with local, non-profit organizations.

The Old Lompoc Brewery (as it was formerly known) began producing handcrafted ales and lagers in December 1996. In May 2000, it was purchased and reopened – by original brewer Jerry Fechter – as The New Old Lompoc. In 2005, production demands for the Lompoc brand were outgrowing the tiny New Old Lompoc brewery; a seven-bbl brewhouse was installed at the Fifth Quadrant location in 2006 to complement the original brewery production, and the company was renamed Lompoc Brewing. Lompoc Brewing strives to bring you quality craft brews in a friendly, neighborhood environment. Our goal is to be your neighborhood watering hole; your preferred place, outside of your own living room, to enjoy well balanced craft brews and delicious pub food in a warm atmosphere, served by friendly staff who will remember you when you come back.

MadCow Brewing Company is about supporting the local community and coming together over great craft beer.  We specialize in creating small batches of quality; full flavored, craft beers, by producing it 1 barrel at a time. East County’s Premier small batch producer of fine craft beer.

Mazama Brewing is a family-owned and operated brewery specializing in true-to-style Belgian and American beers. We strive to support the local community through charitable support, sustainability, and good beer.

Hear and see the story of Migration Brewing by clicking here.  Let them tell you their story from the breweries beginnings to Migration Brewing’s company culture.

Monks improved the brewing process over hundreds of years through their study, patience and dedication. They’re responsible for many advances that still influence the craft today. Brewmaster Todd Clement is certainly no monk, however his work ethic and devotion to this craft is unparalleled. During his travels in Belgium and throughout Europe over the past decade, he acquired a taste for and deep appreciation of traditional Belgian ales. Thus, his passion for the style was born. Now Todd is the creative force behind Monkless Belgian Ales. With a PhD in Organic Chemistry from UC Davis and an extensive background in process chemistry, his meticulous attention to detail ensures our beers achieve a high standard and are consistent with every batch. 

Moonshrimp’s goal is to make delicious beer available for all. For too long those who can’t consume gluten have missed out on tasty, dynamic, craft beers. Moonshrimp is here to change that. 

Two friends share a pint at a small beer bar in Eugene, Oregon and begin a conversation that undoubtedly involves the craft they are imbibing.  Back in 2005, neither Jamie Floyd nor Nikos Ridge knew exactly where their friendship would lead. What they did know was it would probably center around beer. In 2007, Ninkasi moved to its current location in Eugene’s Whiteaker neighborhood. Known for its eclectic art, the two knew this neighborhood would easily foster community. Fast forward to 2011, and the hard work of both founders landed them the fastest growing craft brewery in the United States with a top selling IPA in Oregon. Fast forward to present day, and Ninkasi ranks the 38th largest craft brewer in the United States (Brewers Association, 2017).  Now in its eleventh year, the brewery continues to grow while remaining fully independent and continuously focused on community. A team of two has increased to a family of over 100 employees who operate Ninkasi’s tasting room, production and lab facilities, sales force, marketing teams, local distribution arm, and a donations program.

Do things happen for a reason? Josh Pfriem had been on this career path his entire adult life.  It was a seemingly random introduction at a child’s birthday party in 2011 however, that allowed Josh, Ken Whiteman and Rudy Kellner to form the brain trust that would eventually lead to the launch and rapid growth of pFriem Family Brewers. They shared a deep love of family, the Columbia River Gorge and of course, great beer — but more importantly, each brought his own unique skill set to the table, creating the means and vision to not only make great beer, but to operate a great business. A year-and-a-half and thousands of hours of hard work later, in August 2012, pFriem Family Brewers opened its doors for the first time, and the three founders realized the beginning of their unique dream. If things do happen for a reason, then what better reason than to champion family, community and create one of the world’s best Premium Craft Beers to be enjoyed by all who love them? We can’t think of one.

Located in the heart of historic downtown Springfield, this brew-lover’s playground serves up house brewed craft beer, wine, and classic cocktails while offering a Northwest-inspired menu.  When entering Plank Town you will get the feeling you’ve entered a town built with exquisite craftsmanship and dedication to creating the energy of the brewing culture we all love here in the Northwest.  We couldn’t be more ecstatic about being part of this growing beer community, with one of the best brewers around to create something amazing… And you can’t help but feel that glow from our staff.  Come check us out in Springfield, and coming this summer to Pleasant Hill. Welcome!

As one of the only true public coastlines in America, the Oregon coast is free and open to everyone, all 363 miles of it. Public Coast brewing honors that same welcoming spirit by making craft beer that’s both delicious and approachable. Twenty some years ago, Ryan Snyder was living in Las Vegas running taps in the back bar of Holy Cow Brewery for entrepreneur and Vegas legend Tom Wisner. The aroma of hops, the bright tanks and the buzz of a brewery in action left an indelible mark and he decided that one day he’d open a brewery. Fast forward past meeting the “Girl from Cannon Beach,” joining the Martin family business, a restaurant gig, a bartending gig, a wedding, some kids, two hotels (The coastal luxe Stephanie Inn and the more family-oriented Surfsand Resort) and finally purchasing Clark’s Restaurant which as Ryan looked around, he thought “hmm… this will be the perfect spot for a brewery someday.” He honed his skills in hospitality and waited until the time was right.rap-around bar, or watch the beer being made through the windows of the brewery.

In 1989, Jack found himself in Newport, Ore., stuck in an unusual snowstorm when he met Mohava Niemi, aka “Mo” (founder of Mo’s Restaurants) who extended her signature hospitality and fed him some of her famous clam chowder. Over a bowl, she told him she’d always dreamed of living above a bar and described the perfect spot for the next Rogue Brewpub: Mo had a large building with three apartments upstairs, a sweater shop, an art gallery, 1,100 sq. ft. of empty storefront and an 800-square-foot garage. The Rogue Bayfront Public House soon opened in that storefront and John Maier, who joined Rogue in May of 1989, brewed the first batch of Rogue beer there in the back room. Before long, this would become the world headquarters of Rogue Ales & Spirits when the Ashland location was forced to close due to flooding. The brewpub in the back of the Bayfront Public House would eventually be moved to a larger facility on South Beach, which is now also home to Brewer’s on the Bay, Rogue House of Spirits, Rogue Spirits Distillery and Rogue Rolling Thunder Barrel Works. A small inn, the Bed ‘n’ Beer, is also operated in the three apartments located above the Bayfront Public House.

Two beer loving guys busting our humps every day to make some of the best beer around. We are working hard around the clock and putting our heart and soul into every ounce of every batch. Thanks for stopping by. Don’t forget to say hello.

Located in Enterprise Oregon, Terminal Gravity embodies the spirit of the Wallowa Mountains. We brewed our first IPA in 1997, and for the last 19 years, we’ve kept brewing great beer at the forefront of our business. Find Terminal Gravity on draft and in 12 oz. bottles throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Hawaii.

Wild Ride Brewing is a production brewery and Tap Room located in the heart of downtown Redmond, Oregon. Our Wild Ride began when the idea of creating an awesome brewery came alive. A group of life-long friends, who grew up in Redmond, started plotting the course. With no professional brewer on the team, priority one was finding the right person to create the brews. Through the ups and downs and twists and turns, we met many interesting and special people along the way. One of these people, Paul Bergeman, ultimately joined the team and became our partner and Beer Maestro. His past experience includes years at Kona Brewing and Laurelwood Brewing, and he just so happens to brew those awesome beers we were looking for! This is the short story of our Wild Ride, and our story will keep on keeping on as we continue to make great brews for everyone to enjoy. So, what’s your Wild Ride? Whatever it may be, we raise a pint to you and the journey you’ll take to turn your wild ride into a reality.

Wolf Tree Brewery is located in Seal Rock, Oregon on our family owned and operated cattle ranch.  In 2015 we expanded to a 7bbl system and brought on our amazing sales team.  We look to produce beer using the finest ingredients, using local resources whenever possible. Our mission is to craft unique and distinctive beers that encompass the ranch and surrounding coastal forests. Wolf Tree is one of very few breweries operating on a working cattle ranch and as a result strictly a production brewery at the moment. So what the heck is a “Wolf Tree” you ask? Wolf Tree is a forestry term to describe the biggest tree in the forest. Sitka Spruce trees are generally the largest trees along this stretch of the coastal range.  When you factor in our location surrounded by 500 acres of Sitka Spruce trees what do you get? Spruce Tip Ale, our flagship beer that contains spruce tips harvested fresh from the property every spring.

In the old wooden barn, time is a guest. With experience in brewing, winemaking, agriculture, inn keeping, meatpacking, writing books, painting, horticulture, and the ancient art of coopering (building oak barrels), we’ve been at this as a family for 50 years, carrying on the work of this area’s first non-indigenous settlers, who tilled this fertile land to grow hops, hay, oats, wheat, and plums. In the modern era, wine, filberts, pears, apples, heirloom vegetables, cider, and some really cool art projects have come to life here on historic Springbrook Farm, our family home. Along the way, we’ve come to love beer above all. From early home brews starting in the early 1990s to more recent commercial collaboration brews in Portland, Oregon, and Fort Collins, Colorado, craft beer is our heartfelt passion. Using pure well water, wild yeasts (some even propagated from our own fruit trees), occasional homegrown hops and fruits, and house sour cultures, we create, age, blend, and bottle unique, small-batch beers exhibiting the beautiful wildness of Oregon terroir. We are Wolves & People. Come run with us.

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