We have kegs and bottles available during all Tasting Room Hours at the brewery located in Hood River, Oregon.
We keep an updated list in our Tasting Room of our current available dock-sale beers. This list changes daily, so we can only guarantee availability on the day that you purchase and pick up the keg and/or bottles.
We can not guarantee the availability of any of the following, but here is the current pricing:
Pilsner | IPA | QUARTERLY SEASONALS
$155 for 50 L (13.2 gallons, about 100 pints)
$82 for 1/6 bbl (5.16 gallons, about 40 pints)
$4 for 500ml bottle (depending on availability)
$185 for 50 L (13.2 gallons, about 100 pints)
$96 for 1/6 bbl (5.16 gallons, about 40 pints)
Belgian Strong Dark | Belgian Strong Blonde
$175 for 50 L (13.2 gallons)
$90 for 1/6 bbl (5.16 gallons)
$6 for 375ml bottle (depending on availability)
Please note we are unable to guarantee the availability of the beers listed above. These are meant to demonstrate the tiered pricing of our kegs, and do not reflect our current keg inventory.
When you pick up/purchase the beer there might be seasonal beers available and they would fall into the above pricing structure.
In order to provide you with the freshest beer possible, we do accept keg reservations but no more than a 24-48 hours in advance. We have rotating inventory on all of our kegs, so all beers are subject to seasonal availability.
The best way to reserve a keg is to email us: email@example.com.
There is a $100 keg deposit for each keg purchased. That amount is refunded at 100% when you return your kegs.
We do have picnic pump taps available for your keg! We charge a $40 deposit for each tap provided. That amount is refunded at 100% when you return the tap.
We offer 1/6 bbls with a sankey valve on them. We are unable to fill personal kegs at this time.
If you purchase a sankey valve you can easily swap out your gas and beer line on your current corny setup. There are ways that you can use quick disconnects to make this a very easy transition if you want to go back and forth. Your local home-brew shop should be able to help you out with this.