All Aboard the Tualatin Valley Ale Trail!
When it comes to excellence in hand-crafted beverages, Oregon is “Beervana,” the land of craft microbreweries. Whether you like your beers hoppy, sour or dark, or if you prefer hard cider or sake, there are plenty of brews to satisfy your palate.
The Tualatin Valley Ale Trail is a new passport program to introduce beer lovers to the wealth of craft beer in Tualatin Valley. From the ubiquitous McMenamins to small-batch brewers making IPAs, stouts, porters and more – the Ale Trail has something for each beer connoisseur.
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Sample Ambacht Brewery’s unique, Belgian-inspired ales, each made with local, organically grown ingredients.
Ancestry Brewing crafts acclaimed ales such as Scottish Red and English Mild at its Tualatin brewery.
Cooper Mountain Ale Works brews a wide range of beer, including small batches of specialty beers.
Deep Space Brewing is a family-friendly brewery and brewpub, featuring malt-forward beer styles that will please discerning palates.
The brewery is known for its hop-forward, malt-forward and sour craft beers. The popular brews pair well with the Detroit-style pizza at this location.
Their craft brews—made in McMinnville—come in a variety of styles, including a special Beaverton Blonde, crafted for the Beaverton location.
Great Notion Brewing Beaverton serves GNB hazy IPAs and culinary-inspired sours and stouts as well as house-smoked BBQ plates.
G-Man Brewery offers the perfect location to catch a game on television while drinking one of their own handcrafted beers on tap.
Mazama Brewing is a family-owned brewery out of Corvallis that recently expanded its roots into Hillsboro’s Orenco Station. Mazama specializes in award-winning European beers.
Six McMenamins locations are on the Ale Trail. Visit any one of the unique Tualatin Valley spots for handcrafted beer, wine, cider and spirits.
The Old Market Pub & Brewery opened in 1994, and offers more than 15 of its own on-site brewed organic ales, guest taps, a full bar and a nice wine selection.
The brewery’s hop-forward American-style ales are delicious and refreshing. Try the Treewise IPA for a brew that presents a clean bitterness against notes of caramel and toffee.
This Oregon craft brewery has earned several accolades, including winning a gold medal at the Oregon Beer Awards in 2016. The beer hall features a variety of craft brews, including year-round, seasonal and experimental beers, as well as barrel-aged and nitro beers.
Three Mugs Brewing Company has over 20 taps, including the brewery’s own beers and guest taps. Gluten free drinkers can enjoy three to five cider options, as well.
Vertigo uses a seven-barrel system —designed by Portland company, Ager Tank Equipment–that produces a unique blend of beer, and allows Vertigo to produce its house beers more readily, as well as create “one-off” specialty brews.
Waltz Brewing is Forest Grove’s first brewery. The homey location invites beer lovers to come sip on local and guest brews and listen to some live music.