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Twilight Room
5242 N. Lombard
Portland, Oregon
Phone: (503) 283-5091

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U-Brew, Inc dba Meier-Bock Brewing Co.
8260 SW Nimbus Ave., Bldg. 3
Beaverton, Oregon 97008
Phone: (503) 644-8278
Fax: (503) 644-8278
Hours: B.O.P.

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Umpqua Brewing Co.
328 SE Jackson
Roseburg, Oregon 97470
Phone: (541) 672-0452
Fax: (541) 672-0660

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- Opened: Apr 2009

Upright Brewing Co.
240 N Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97227

Left Bank Cafe in the same building has Upright brew on tap.

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Vat & Tonsure
822 S.W. Park St.
Portland, Oregon 97223
Phone: (503) 227-1845

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Veritable Quandary
1220 S.W. First Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97204
Phone: (503) 227-7342

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Wanker's Corner Saloon
2509 Borland Road
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
Phone: (503) 638-4891

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- Opened: 1933

Wankers Corner Saloon & Cafe
8499 Main Street
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
Phone: (503) 682-9674

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West Linn McMenamins
2090 SW 8th Ave.
West Linn, Oregon 97068
Phone: (503) 656-2970
Fax: (503) 656-2877

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Wetlands
922 Garfield
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (541) 345-3606

47 Microbrew Taps. Satellite sports bar

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Widmer Brothers Brewing Company
929 N Russell St.
Portland, Oregon 97227
Phone: (503) 281-2437
Fax: (503) 281-1496
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-1 a.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

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- Pub Type: German
- Tours Available: Widmer Brewery

Widmer Brothers Brewing Company
Gasthaus Restaurant & Pub 955 N. Russell
Portland, Oregon 97227
Phone: (503) 281-3333
Fax: (503) 331-7242

Gasthaus meets Northwest -- not quite a German beer hall, but big and roomy, featuring German foods prepared with a Northwest bent and beers that are Widmer's popular interpretations of German styles

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- Opened: 1999

Wild River Brewing & Pizza Company
533 Northeast "E" Street
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Phone: (541) 471-4456
Hours: Noon - 11pm
Capacity: 1800 BBL per year

BREWING:
Harbor Lights Kolsch Style: Very pale in color, aromatic with spicy noble hops, and a palate that begins with a slightly sweet entry, blends in to hop flavors and mores on to a dry clean finish. One of the few "kolsch" (Cologne-style) beers brewed in America. Made authentic by the kind gift of yeast from Cologne's renowned Paffgen Brewery. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the Kolsch Style category at the 1997 Great American Beer Festival.
Hefe-Weizen:Very pale wheat ale cloudy with tangy (and healthful) brewers yeast. Light-bodied and refreshing, a traditional South-German favorite. Uses a true German Weissebeir yeast.
Bohemian Pilsener:A classic pils matured on a Czech lager yeast which produces a soft palate billowing with luscious malt and hop flavors. Dry-hopped with imported Saaz (Zatec) hops. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the European Pilsener category at the 1996 Great American Beer Festival.
Nut Brown Ale:Dark brown with ruby highlights, mild aromas of chocolate and grain, a semi-sweet palate with notes of roasted malt, and a rounded finish. A flavorful beer but low in both calories and alcohol. It is a version of an English Brown Ale and was awarded a Silver Medal in that category at 1992's Great American Beer Festival. Extra Special Bitter: Copper-colored, fresh hop aromas, malty palate backed up by sturdy hop flavor and bitterness. This is a version of the traditional English-style bitter ale. It was awarded a Bronze Medal in that category by the 1995 Great American Beer Festival.
Double Eagle Imperial Stout: As deep and dark as the Moscow Nights and strong enough to warm the Czar's tootsies even in January! Based on an 1880 Whitbread Triple Stout recipe - the era when British brewers were in hot competition to sell strong beers to the countries of Northern Europe.
Seasonal Beer : Spring
Weizen Bock: Strong full bodied German wheat ale with aromas of bananas, cloves, and bubblegum. Traditionally brewed in spring to warm the heart just as the sun begins to warm the land..
Seasonal Beer:Summer
Blackberry Porter: Deep, deep, brown in color, aromas of crushed blackberries, a palate packed with high-roast malt, and crisp hop flavors, with 16 pounds of Southern Oregon's favorite wild fruit in each barrel. The foundation beer is from a Whitbread 1750 London Porter recipe.
Seasonal Beer : Fall
Oktoberfest: Deep copper in color, aromas of caramelized malts, a very smooth palate with just enough spicy hopping to balance this rich, satisfying beer. Another traditional German style.
Seasonal Beer: Late Fall
Snug Harbor Old Ale: Ebony-colored with glimmers of crimson deep within, ripe aromas of roast grains, a smooth and powerful palate with unmistakable alcoholic pungency. A bow to old English "keeping ales", historically brewed well in advance of weddings, christenings, and even in anticipation of the crownings of kings and queens. Awarded a Bronze Medal in the Strong Ales category, 1993 Great American Beer Festival.
Seasonal Beer: Winter
Cave Bear Barley Wine: Strongest ale with 8.1% alcohol by weight. Brilliant amber in color, aromas laden with alcohol and the fruity bouquet of sweet malt, warming alcohols, and ample hop flavors. It is a beer to be sipped, contemplated, and relished as one would a fine Port or Sherry.

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- Opened: 1975

Wild River Brewing & Pizza Company
249 N. Redwood Highway
Cave Junction, Oregon 97523
Phone: (541) 592-3558
Hours: 11 am - 10pm

BREWING:
Harbor Lights Kolsch Style: Very pale in color, aromatic with spicy noble hops, and a palate that begins with a slightly sweet entry, blends in to hop flavors and mores on to a dry clean finish. One of the few "kolsch" (Cologne-style) beers brewed in America. Made authentic by the kind gift of yeast from Cologne's renowned Paffgen Brewery. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the Kolsch Style category at the 1997 Great American Beer Festival.
Hefe-Weizen:Very pale wheat ale cloudy with tangy (and healthful) brewers yeast. Light-bodied and refreshing, a traditional South-German favorite. Uses a true German Weissebeir yeast.
Bohemian Pilsener:A classic pils matured on a Czech lager yeast which produces a soft palate billowing with luscious malt and hop flavors. Dry-hopped with imported Saaz (Zatec) hops. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the European Pilsener category at the 1996 Great American Beer Festival.
Nut Brown Ale:Dark brown with ruby highlights, mild aromas of chocolate and grain, a semi-sweet palate with notes of roasted malt, and a rounded finish. A flavorful beer but low in both calories and alcohol. It is a version of an English Brown Ale and was awarded a Silver Medal in that category at 1992's Great American Beer Festival. Extra Special Bitter: Copper-colored, fresh hop aromas, malty palate backed up by sturdy hop flavor and bitterness. This is a version of the traditional English-style bitter ale. It was awarded a Bronze Medal in that category by the 1995 Great American Beer Festival.
Double Eagle Imperial Stout: As deep and dark as the Moscow Nights and strong enough to warm the Czar's tootsies even in January! Based on an 1880 Whitbread Triple Stout recipe - the era when British brewers were in hot competition to sell strong beers to the countries of Northern Europe.
Seasonal Beer : Spring
Weizen Bock: Strong full bodied German wheat ale with aromas of bananas, cloves, and bubblegum. Traditionally brewed in spring to warm the heart just as the sun begins to warm the land..
Seasonal Beer:Summer
Blackberry Porter: Deep, deep, brown in color, aromas of crushed blackberries, a palate packed with high-roast malt, and crisp hop flavors, with 16 pounds of Southern Oregon's favorite wild fruit in each barrel. The foundation beer is from a Whitbread 1750 London Porter recipe.
Seasonal Beer : Fall
Oktoberfest: Deep copper in color, aromas of caramelized malts, a very smooth palate with just enough spicy hopping to balance this rich, satisfying beer. Another traditional German style.
Seasonal Beer: Late Fall
Snug Harbor Old Ale: Ebony-colored with glimmers of crimson deep within, ripe aromas of roast grains, a smooth and powerful palate with unmistakable alcoholic pungency. A bow to old English "keeping ales", historically brewed well in advance of weddings, christenings, and even in anticipation of the crownings of kings and queens. Awarded a Bronze Medal in the Strong Ales category, 1993 Great American Beer Festival.
Seasonal Beer: Winter
Cave Bear Barley Wine: Strongest ale with 8.1% alcohol by weight. Brilliant amber in color, aromas laden with alcohol and the fruity bouquet of sweet malt, warming alcohols, and ample hop flavors. It is a beer to be sipped, contemplated, and relished as one would a fine Port or Sherry.

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Wild River Pizza Company
249 N. Redwood Hwy
Cave Junction, Oregon
Phone: (541) 592-3558

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Wild River Pizza Company
533 NE F St.
Grants Pass, Oregon
Phone: (541) 474-4456

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- Opened: 1990

Wild River Pizza Company
595 NE E St.
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Phone: (541) 471-7487
Fax: (541) 471-9390
Hours: 11 am ato 11 pm

BREWING:
Harbor Lights Kolsch Style: Very pale in color, aromatic with spicy noble hops, and a palate that begins with a slightly sweet entry, blends in to hop flavors and mores on to a dry clean finish. One of the few "kolsch" (Cologne-style) beers brewed in America. Made authentic by the kind gift of yeast from Cologne's renowned Paffgen Brewery. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the Kolsch Style category at the 1997 Great American Beer Festival.
Hefe-Weizen:Very pale wheat ale cloudy with tangy (and healthful) brewers yeast. Light-bodied and refreshing, a traditional South-German favorite. Uses a true German Weissebeir yeast.
Bohemian Pilsener:A classic pils matured on a Czech lager yeast which produces a soft palate billowing with luscious malt and hop flavors. Dry-hopped with imported Saaz (Zatec) hops. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the European Pilsener category at the 1996 Great American Beer Festival.
Nut Brown Ale:Dark brown with ruby highlights, mild aromas of chocolate and grain, a semi-sweet palate with notes of roasted malt, and a rounded finish. A flavorful beer but low in both calories and alcohol. It is a version of an English Brown Ale and was awarded a Silver Medal in that category at 1992's Great American Beer Festival. Extra Special Bitter: Copper-colored, fresh hop aromas, malty palate backed up by sturdy hop flavor and bitterness. This is a version of the traditional English-style bitter ale. It was awarded a Bronze Medal in that category by the 1995 Great American Beer Festival.
Double Eagle Imperial Stout: As deep and dark as the Moscow Nights and strong enough to warm the Czar's tootsies even in January! Based on an 1880 Whitbread Triple Stout recipe - the era when British brewers were in hot competition to sell strong beers to the countries of Northern Europe.
Seasonal Beer : Spring
Weizen Bock: Strong full bodied German wheat ale with aromas of bananas, cloves, and bubblegum. Traditionally brewed in spring to warm the heart just as the sun begins to warm the land..
Seasonal Beer:Summer
Blackberry Porter: Deep, deep, brown in color, aromas of crushed blackberries, a palate packed with high-roast malt, and crisp hop flavors, with 16 pounds of Southern Oregon's favorite wild fruit in each barrel. The foundation beer is from a Whitbread 1750 London Porter recipe.
Seasonal Beer : Fall
Oktoberfest: Deep copper in color, aromas of caramelized malts, a very smooth palate with just enough spicy hopping to balance this rich, satisfying beer. Another traditional German style.
Seasonal Beer: Late Fall
Snug Harbor Old Ale: Ebony-colored with glimmers of crimson deep within, ripe aromas of roast grains, a smooth and powerful palate with unmistakable alcoholic pungency. A bow to old English "keeping ales", historically brewed well in advance of weddings, christenings, and even in anticipation of the crownings of kings and queens. Awarded a Bronze Medal in the Strong Ales category, 1993 Great American Beer Festival.
Seasonal Beer: Winter
Cave Bear Barley Wine: Strongest ale with 8.1% alcohol by weight. Brilliant amber in color, aromas laden with alcohol and the fruity bouquet of sweet malt, warming alcohols, and ample hop flavors. It is a beer to be sipped, contemplated, and relished as one would a fine Port or Sherry.

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Wild River Pizza Company
16279 Highway 101 South
Brookings-Harbor, Oregon 97523
Phone: (541) 469-7454

BREWING:
Harbor Lights Kolsch Style: Very pale in color, aromatic with spicy noble hops, and a palate that begins with a slightly sweet entry, blends in to hop flavors and mores on to a dry clean finish. One of the few "kolsch" (Cologne-style) beers brewed in America. Made authentic by the kind gift of yeast from Cologne's renowned Paffgen Brewery. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the Kolsch Style category at the 1997 Great American Beer Festival.
Hefe-Weizen:Very pale wheat ale cloudy with tangy (and healthful) brewers yeast. Light-bodied and refreshing, a traditional South-German favorite. Uses a true German Weissebeir yeast.
Bohemian Pilsener:A classic pils matured on a Czech lager yeast which produces a soft palate billowing with luscious malt and hop flavors. Dry-hopped with imported Saaz (Zatec) hops. It was awarded a Silver Medal in the European Pilsener category at the 1996 Great American Beer Festival.
Nut Brown Ale:Dark brown with ruby highlights, mild aromas of chocolate and grain, a semi-sweet palate with notes of roasted malt, and a rounded finish. A flavorful beer but low in both calories and alcohol. It is a version of an English Brown Ale and was awarded a Silver Medal in that category at 1992's Great American Beer Festival. Extra Special Bitter: Copper-colored, fresh hop aromas, malty palate backed up by sturdy hop flavor and bitterness. This is a version of the traditional English-style bitter ale. It was awarded a Bronze Medal in that category by the 1995 Great American Beer Festival.
Double Eagle Imperial Stout: As deep and dark as the Moscow Nights and strong enough to warm the Czar's tootsies even in January! Based on an 1880 Whitbread Triple Stout recipe - the era when British brewers were in hot competition to sell strong beers to the countries of Northern Europe.
Seasonal Beer : Spring
Weizen Bock: Strong full bodied German wheat ale with aromas of bananas, cloves, and bubblegum. Traditionally brewed in spring to warm the heart just as the sun begins to warm the land..
Seasonal Beer:Summer
Blackberry Porter: Deep, deep, brown in color, aromas of crushed blackberries, a palate packed with high-roast malt, and crisp hop flavors, with 16 pounds of Southern Oregon's favorite wild fruit in each barrel. The foundation beer is from a Whitbread 1750 London Porter recipe.
Seasonal Beer : Fall
Oktoberfest: Deep copper in color, aromas of caramelized malts, a very smooth palate with just enough spicy hopping to balance this rich, satisfying beer. Another traditional German style.
Seasonal Beer: Late Fall
Snug Harbor Old Ale: Ebony-colored with glimmers of crimson deep within, ripe aromas of roast grains, a smooth and powerful palate with unmistakable alcoholic pungency. A bow to old English "keeping ales", historically brewed well in advance of weddings, christenings, and even in anticipation of the crownings of kings and queens. Awarded a Bronze Medal in the Strong Ales category, 1993 Great American Beer Festival.
Seasonal Beer: Winter
Cave Bear Barley Wine: Strongest ale with 8.1% alcohol by weight. Brilliant amber in color, aromas laden with alcohol and the fruity bouquet of sweet malt, warming alcohols, and ample hop flavors. It is a beer to be sipped, contemplated, and relished as one would a fine Port or Sherry.

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Microbrewery

Wildfire Brewing Company (Planned)
20750 High Desert Ln. #107
Bend, Oregon 97701
Phone: (541) 585-1007

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Bar/Tavern

Yardhouse Pub
3505 Pacific Ave
Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
Phone: (503) 992-3442

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