North Coast Craft Beer Trail
Oregon’s North Coast is bottled up with secrets, and travelers are invited to find them by toasting their way along the North Coast Craft Beer Trail. From bitters with body to carbonated complexities, there are unique flavors at each of the trail’s seven breweries. Explore maritime malts from Astoria to Cannon Beach and Seaside, and when you visit five of the trail’s seven stops, you’ll receive a free commemorative pint glass!
Astoria is a great starting destination to this beer-loving journey, with Fort George Brewery, Astoria Brewing Company/Wet Dog Café and Rogue Ales Public House in town. Pick up a brochure at any participating brewery or local visitor center in Astoria-Warrenton, Cannon Beach or Seaside to get started. Or download it here. (PDF, 3.3 MB) Or use the Every Trail website or find our trail on the EveryTrail mobile app to find your way.
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Pacific Northwest Brew Cup: September 28-29-30, 2012. Find out more at the event’s Facebook page.
Visit any of the following suds stops in Astoria to start the North Coast Craft Beer Trail:
Fort George Brewery, 1483 Duane Street, Astoria (503) 325-PINT (7468)
Located on the site of the original 1811 settlement of Astoria, Fort George Brewery offers a range of innovative ales, lagers, stouts and even a Wasabi Ginger Ale. The lively public house offers family-friendly dining with made-from-scratch meals using organic, natural, and local ingredients. Tours of the new production brewery and beer canning line are available Saturdays.
Astoria Brewing Company / Wet Dog Café, 144 11th Street, Astoria (503) 325-6975
The Wet Dog Café was founded in 1995, adding the brewery in 1997 under the original name Pacific Rim Brewery. The name was changed in 2005 to commemorate Astoria’s First Brewing Company, which was established in 1872. Since then, it has grown to produce over 800 barrels annually. In 2008, the café and brewery added 15 solar panels to heat its hot water tanks, making it only the second brewery in Oregon to do so.
Rogue Public House, 100 39th Street, Astoria (503) 325-5964
Opened in July 2007 in a former Bumble Bee Tuna cannery at Pier 39 on the Columbia River, Astoria’s Rogue Public House offers a diverse collection of taps from the mothership in Newport. Rogue Ales are made with the finest hops and barley malt, free range coastal water and Pacman top fermenting proprietary yeast. Preservatives, additives, chemicals: Never!
- North Coast Craft Beer Trail
- 111 W. Marine Dr.
- Astoria, OR 97103
- Map & Directions on Google