Arch Rock is a production brewery with a 15 barrel brew house and currently have two 30 barrel fermenters and one 30 barrel bright tank. James the brewer chose and designed the three beers they currently offer.  Gold Beach Lager is a German style lager that is light and crisp, easy drinking and very refreshing.  Pistol River Pale, kind of like the old school IPA, it’s extremely hop forward but well balanced and less bitter.  State of Jefferson Porter is a robust porter that hints at aromas and flavors of chocolate and mocha; it’s brewed to style and is enjoyable all year round.

-2017 Willamette Weekly Gold Beach Lager "Top Ten Beers in Oregon"

-Gold Beach Lager:2014 GABF Gold, 2014 NABA Gold

-Pistol River Pale:  2016 Gold World Beer Cup 

-State of Jefferson Porter:  2013 NABA Gold

-World Beer Cup "Champion Brewery and Champion Brewmaster" Very Small Brewing Company Category

Culmination Brewing is built around the idea that sustainable manufacturing and building practices can and will lead to superior products and customer satisfaction. Great beer, with good food and community can be brought together in one concept, under one roof. 

-2016 Oregon Beer Awards, Best New Brewery

-Willamette Weekly, Phaedrus IPA  #4 Best IPA out of 73 Portland IPA's

*Available through Alebriated south of Salem

Daidala is a small-batch cider company based in Asheville, North Carolina. Our company is nomadic, which means we collaborate with producers all over the country to create rare and unconventional ciders. We design (and indulge in!) experimental and traditional styles of cider while constantly seeking influence from other industries and cultures.

The Belgian-inspired brewery is housed on the family's bucolic 10 acre estate in Hood River county complete with a big red barn where the ​brewing takes place.

-2017 Willamette Weekly GOLD for both Peche N' Brett and Oak Aged Bretta

-Cerasus: 2016 GABF Bronze, 2014 Gold World Beer Cup

-Peche 'N Brett: 2012 Gold World Beer Cup, 2014 GABF Silver

-Seizoen Bretta: 2012 GABF Gold

Alebriated is able to distribute Logsdon farmhouse ales south of Salem and their Cider statewide. 

Longdrop Cider Co.- Cashmere, WA

Founded in Eagle, Idaho in 2014 Longdrop cider Company is now a Northwest Regional cider producer with a nano cidery and tasting room in Boise, Idaho and a major production facility in Cashmere, WA. We will open our second tasting room in Leavenworth, WA in the summer of 2018. Our parntership with some of the country’s leading orchardists and apple processors allows us to bring our craft to more people across the U.S., and do good while doing it. In early 2018 we piloted what will become our company’s signature philanthropic endeavor, “Apples to Apples.” Via this program Longdrop Cider will donate one pound of fresh fruit to local school districts, for every case of cider sold in market. That’s good to the core!

Loowit Brewing is an award winning microbrewery and tasting room located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, WA just a stones throw from the mighty Columbia River. 

-War Tortoise (Barrel-Aged): 2017 Best of Craft Beer Awards Bend OR Bronze

-Grimlock Rye Porter:  2016 World Beer Cup Silver, 2016 WA Beer Awards Gold

-Two Sixteen Red Ale: 2016 WA Beer Awards Gold, 2016 Best of Craft Beer Awards Silver, 2014 WA Beer Awards Gold

-Flawless Victory IPA: 2016 WA Beer Awards Silver, 2015 WA Beer Awards Silver

Machine House Brewery has been producing authentic cask-conditioned ales since 2013. Brewing in small batches at our historic location in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood,  we focus on high-quality beers of all styles within the British tradition. Our taproom serves as the premium location in Seattle for immaculately presented cask ales, served through beer engines and at cellar temperature.

Matchless Brewing- Tumwater WA

Former Three Magnets brewer Pat Jensen and his partner Grant Bolt have set out to create new recipes while keeping the same high quality beer that Three Magnets is known for.  Matchless is a production brewery with a 30 barrel brewhouse. Their first release "All Fluff" has people wanting more and curious to see where they are headed after this initial brew. 

North Jetty Brewing is family owned and operated by Erik and Michelle Svendsen on the beautiful Long Beach Peninsula. While they have been brewing commercially since 2012, the tap room has been open since April 2014. The taproom is a gathering place for locals and tourists alike and hosts a number of community events, trivia, and fundraisers. They brew on a 10 BBL Brew House and have 18 taps. We feature 12 of our own beers and rotate a couple different Washington Ciders and a guest tap or two. 

Propolis was established in June of 2012 with the sole intent to produce high-quality handcrafted herbal ales inspired by old world tradition, local resources and the rhythms of nature. Our ales are brewed with various wild-crafted herbs and are seasonally based.  Many of our Ales blend several styles and are hard to classify by those that prescribe to the standards.  We are primarily inspired by the farmhouse tradition of France and Belgium, as well as old world Ales that no longer exist.  We are artists and scientists at heart and we aspire to challenge the norm.

Skookum Brewery- Arlington, WA

Skookum aims to produce beers that are locally sourced, with over 90% of their barley grown and malted in Washington State. Over 90% of their hops are grown and processed in the state as well. Their equipment is predominately purchased locally and currently over 85% of it is made in the United States, with a portion made right in Washington State.

Melanie and Michele met Tammy in college, at Chico State, and there started their friendship and love for craft beer. Since their time at Chico, they’ve remained good friends and traveled together and separately all over the world. From Europe, to Asia, to South Africa, they’ve enjoyed all kinds of beer sparking the desire to open their own brewery.  This all female owned brewery is located in the SE area of Bend OR where with the help of their brewer who came from Our Mutual Friends brewing in Denver CO create some of the best beer around!

The Ale Apothecary creates totally natural, barrel-aged beer using ingredients off our land or sourced nearby, direct from Oregon farms. Paul Arney started The Ale Apothecary in 2011 up in the woods outside of Bend, Oregon.  Inspired by the unnamed brewers of history, his goal was to tie the brewery to the land and create beer with a sense of place.  With the raw, soft water that comes out of the ground, with the wild airborne yeasts we share with the trees, we make hand-made beer without the fingerprint of industrialization, where time and our brewing process are as important as the barley malt and hops we source locally.  Our beer is 100% naturally carbonated, with Oregon honey or fruit juices.  We avoid the processing aids that are typically used in most contemporary breweries; relying instead on myth and legend combined with Time and Experimentation…the result is our own particular brand of magic.

In 1898, Sir Ebenezer Howard wrote the book Garden Cities of To-Morrow, in which he took aspects of Town living and Country living to create the concept of a utopian city that lives harmoniously with nature (Town-Country). Three Magnets Brewing celebrates his way of thinking, which is exemplified in the Pacific Northwest with our close connections to nature, commitment to sustainable living, abundance of quality meats and fresh seafood, and embracement of community supported agriculture.

-Old Skook in the Woods:  2015 GABF Bronze

We opened Upper Left Roasters in 2015 in hopes of creating a vibrant meeting place for residents and visitors of Portland’s Ladd’s Addition neighborhood. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the bounty of Ladd’s Addition, Portland, and the greater Pacific Northwest. To the friendly faces of our neighbors and the tireless purveyors of the region’s renowned produce, we are greatly indebted.

Urban Family Brewing - Seattle WA

We are a small craft brewery located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. We brew an eclectic variety of styles, with an emphasis on mixed culture fruited sours, and IPA.

Woodland Empire is our tongue-in-cheek way of saying “City of Trees,” which is the nickname for the great city in which we live. Why “Ale Craft?” Making beer is a trade, a craft. In our minds that level of quality that separates mass-produced from craft beer is the thought behind its creation. We are not an industrialized factory cranking out barcodes. There is thought and imagination in our beer, something more than just a product, and so we chose Ale Craft to describe the kind of company we are, rather than “brewing company.”

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