TOAST TO OKTOBERFEST
Tap into a world of incredible beer in Wilsonville. There are 15 breweries, cideries and distilleries along the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail just a few miles east of the city. A short drive away is Portland, another Pacific Northwest destination for breweries galore. Wherever you go for a cold one from the tap, let Wilsonville be your beer basecamp this autumn.
The monks of Mount Angel Abbey brew Benedictine Brewery’s flagship artisanal beer, Black Habit, with an ancient brewing tradition that dates back 1,500 years. All ages welcome.
McMenamins Old Church & Pub
Enjoy craft beer, cajun tots, live music and trivia on a regular basis at this iconic Oregon entertainment destination in an old 1911 church. McMenamins Old Church & Pub offers an outdoor patio where dogs are always welcome. All ages welcome.
As soon as you walk into the taproom at Ordnance Brewing, one thing is clear–you’ve got plenty of options. Located just a few miles from the original homestead of the brewery’s founders, this community taproom features dozens of brews (and ciders!) and an approachable environment with panini sandwiches on the menu. Order a beer flight to sample them all! Ages 21+ welcome.
Craft beers are made on site at Smockville Brewhouse, a low-key gastropub in nearby Sherwood. Sample a rotating food menu featuring local vendors from the community, pairing bites with seasonal brews. All ages welcome.
Enjoy a pint of Good Day Mosaic Dry Hop IPA on Vanguard Brewing’s patio or try a limited release brew from this award-winning Oregon brewery. Classic pub food is always available. Ages 21+ welcome. Canine friends may join you in the outdoor beer garden.
Play it safe and stay the night (or two) in Wilsonville as you taste your way through Oregon’s craft beer scene. Plan ahead by calling breweries or visiting their websites for hours and days of operation. Check out our events calendar to see what beer festivals or Oktoberfest activities may be happening when you’re in town.
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