2019 FESTIVAL BREWERIES
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is excited to announce the return of 1188 Brewing Company! Nestled in the heart of Grant County, 1188 is John Day's only modern-day brewery—with a unique selection of pub-beers on tap and a delicious menu...they're worth the trip deep into Oregon!
The Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is pleased to announce the participation of d's Wicked Cider in this year's Festival. Daniel and Heidi have been brewing sinfully delicious ciders for years—where they believe hard work, high quality and passion make anything happen. Try their dry ciders and you'll believe it, too!
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is excited to announce the participation of Sunriver Brewing of Sunriver, OR in this year’s festival! Founded in 2012 in the heart of a mountain resort community, Sunriver focuses on environmentally-friendly and sustainability in all facets of brewing. In addition to their stellar beer, they also pride themselves on second-to-none customer service and partner relations.
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is pleased to announce the participation of Ordnance Brewing of Boardman, OR in this year’s beer festival! Their tasting room has quickly become a locals’ favorite, featuring a range of interesting beers like Old Craig, and a range of interesting seasonals and one-offs like Legginboober Honey Golden Ale. Ordnance is on the fringe, uninhibited, working for a common cause: Brew distinct, honest and simply enjoyable beer.
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is excited to announce the participation of Tiger Town Brewing Co. of Mitchell, OR in this year’s festival! Mitchell, a small Oregon Trail town, is home to Tiger Town Brewing where two of the three owners/partners are Mitchellite-locals and have partnered with a Portland-born brewer to create a brewery giving nod to the town’s unique history. Tiger Town has a rotating catalogue of seasonal beers on tap and is worth the visit!
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is very excited to announce the participation of Caldera Brewing Comapny in this year’s festival! Located in Ashland, Oregon, Caldera is dedicated to producing uncompromised quality ales, lagers, sodas and cuisine. In 2005, Caldera became the first craft brewery on the West Coast to brew and can its own beer, helping to start a canning revolution.
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is pleased to announce the participation of Prodigal Son Brewery and Pub of Pendleton, OR in this year’s festival! Publicans Tim and Jennifer Gunther have established Prodigal Son as a destination for craft beer fans to visit from near and afar. Their signature Bruce/Lee Porter and seasonal favorite Huckleberry Wheat demonstrate the creativity and commitment to incorporating regional ingredients in their beers. Truly one of the most unique craft beer venues in the Pacific Northwest, worth a visit!
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is pleased to announce the participation of Mother Earth Brew Co. of San Diego, CA in this year’s festival! Founded in 2010 by three passionate brewers, Mother Earth Brew Co. had one goal; to create distinguished, hand crafted beers that stimulate sensory conversation and a desire for the next sip. From a modest garage, to over 70,000 sq. ft., Mother Earth Brew Co. maintains their original goal--to challenge even the most discriminating beer drinker by creating complex, palate-pleasing beers, and to promote the art and science of craft beer making.
The Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is pleased to announce the participation of Beer Valley Brewing Company of Ontario, OR in this year’s festival. Founded in 2005 by brewer Pete Ricks, Beer Valley specialized in the production of unfiltered and full bodied Northwest style strong ales like their signature Black Flag Imperial Stout, along with a range of seasonal offerings such as Gone Fishin’ Mild Ale.
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is excited to announce the participation of Dragon’s Gate Brewery from Milton-Freewater, OR in this year’s festival! Eastern Oregon’s only Farmhouse brewery, Adam and Jennifer Gregory brew a wide variety of distinctive and complex Belgian inspired ales. Winner of the EOBF People’s Choice award the last four years, a perennial crowd favorite, EOBF patrons should be ready to have their beer horizons challenged!
Eastern Oregon Beer Festival is excited to announce the participation of Side A Brewing of La Grande, Oregon in this year’s festival. Founded by three Michiganders-turned-Oregonians only a year ago, Side A is uniquely housed in an old firehouse, and the ambience sets the tone. The young brewery has only just begun to brew its own beer, but what has been released has got the town excited. Stop in for the unique historic location, have a beer and enjoy some upscale pub food while you’re in town.