We brew lagers and ales with a sense of adventure. From award-winning barrel fermented experiments to easy-drinking beers at home around the campfire, we’re always pouring something to refresh and inspire.
Inspired by the ultimate campfire treat, we’ve captured the essence of the S’more—roasty dark chocolate, biscuity graham cracker, and just a hint of marshmallow sweetness. It’s everything you love about a S’more, without having to scrub melted marshmallow off your clothes.
Inspired by the late summer bounties up and down the Willamette Valley, this beer is a perfect compliment to any changing season. This beer takes a clean and fruity saison and adds a little funk from barrel conditioning process and a fresh batch of Centennial hops that’s refreshing, dynamic and infinitely drinkable.
Ultra Gnar Gnar IPA
Our original IPA was brewed as a love letter to our home state. Featuring six different Oregon-grown hop varietals, every sip is a piney, tropical fruit-filled road trip from the Cascades all the way to the coast.
Part of our Wildwood series, we looked back to Continental brewing tradition to discover the Grisette, a farmhouse-style ale made with equal parts barley and wheat. Fermented in neutral oak barrels, this beer picked up bright Brett characteristics from the barrel’s microflora for an old-world funk that was once lost to time.
NEW Wave amber
As refreshing as a dip in the crystal clear snowmelt-fed streams running off Mt. Hood, this classic Bavarian light lager gets a late hop addition for a crisp Northwest taste without the typical hop bitterness.
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SEND IT IPA
Like an overeager powder hound on opening day, we went for it with this Pacific Northwest IPA, dumping five different Oregon-grown hops at four different times during the brew, creating a bright, fruity flavor profile without the aggressive bitterness you’d come to expect from other IPAs.