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Ale Apothecary
Set deep within the mountains outside of Bend, Oregon, The Ale Apothecary is a rustic, one-man operation that shuns the industrial and favors old-fashioned methods...
AleSmith Brewing
With hand-forged beers in a variety of styles, AleSmith Brewing Company out of San Diego, California sets the standard in every category they brew...
Ballast Point Brewing
With strong roots in the home brewing tradition, Ballast Point Brewing is a product of real beer lovers making real good beer. This San Diego, California based brewing company's coastal themed line of...
Block 15
Brewer owned brewery bottling very small amounts of barrel-matured-beers approximately once per month. Special releases are in very high demand...
Breakside Brewery
Little-known experimental brewery that's quickly becoming a favorite of local "insiders"...
Burnside Brewing
The relatively young Burnside Brewing Company of Portland, Oregon prides itself on making easy to drink beers that are unfiltered, creative and pair well with food. Yummm...
Cascade Brewing
Sour beers aren't easy to make: They're time consuming and difficult to brew, but Cascade Brewing from Portland, Oregon excels at it. Their sour beer program is one of the best in the US...
Crux Fermentation Project
With an eye for non-traditional brewing methods, Crux Fermentation Project in the heart of Bend, Oregon is busy night and day brewing what could be the next great beer...
Deschutes Brewery
Top notch year-round beer, can't miss Seasonals and highly sought after Special Releases: Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon has been doing it all since 1988...
Fearless Brewing
Brewed from the waters of the Clackamas River in Estacada, Oregon (the center of the brewing universe) Fearless Brewing Company's line of 16 oz cans are bold and uncompromising...
Firestone Walker Brewing
4x World Beer Cup Champion and 3x Great American Beer Festival Champion - crafting excellent barrel-aged beers...
Hair of the Dog Brewing
If you enjoy beers that are deeply flavored with high alcohol contents then Hair of the Dog Brewing Company based in Portland, Oregon is for you. Most of their beers also age well...
Hopworks Urban Brewery
Utilizing organic ingredients that are brewed and served in sustainably-operated buildings, Hopworks Urban Brewery embodies the spirit and culture of it's hometown Portland, Oregon...
Laurelwood Brewing
This multiple gold medal winning brewery crafts many special release beers as well as their full line of highly regarded, full-flavored Certified Organic beers...
Ninkasi Brewing
The guys from Ninkasi Brewing seated in Eugene, Oregon would tell you that beer is life. This Ethos is reflected in everything they do from quality ingredients to community involvement to damn delicio...
Oakshire Brewing
Very small - 15-barrel - brewery in Eugene, Oregon, crafting innovative, award-winning, beers in small batches including both barrel-aged and traditional brews...
Russian River Brewing
Perhaps the most widely searched for bottled beers in the world. Most known for their wildly popular IPAs and aged sours. Bottles are extremely hard to come by...
The Bruery
Simple and pure bottle-conditioned beers slowly aged in barrels and crafted using non-traditional ingredients...
The Commons Brewery
Blending Northwest ingredients with European inspired brewing methods, The Commons Brewery tucked away in Portland, Oregon is gaining a loyal following, and with good cause...
Upright Brewing
French and Belgian farmhouse style ales inspire Upright's line-up of Saisons, but it's their creative seasonal releases, brewed using only local Ingredients, that keep beer geeks satisfied....

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