Roseburg Station Brewery

Established: April 1999
2013 Brewery Production: 123 batches • 1462.50 kegs • 181,350 pints

Housed in a 1912 Southern Pacific Railroad depot, the Roseburg Station brewery opened in 1999. Ironically enough, in earlier times, Southern Pacific staunchly enforced a no-booze policy, although caches of illegal hooch passed through the station during Prohibition. Things have changed...

These days, Tom Johnson, our Southern-most outpost's long standing brewer, keeps the train rolling with perfectly legal and creative, bold brews like his Diamond IPA, Spearhead Molly (American Brown Ale) and a sublime fresh-hop ale at harvest time called "Hopqua" produced with cones grown locally and gifted to us by Roseburg Station regulars Christy Cutting, Bob Hoehne & Geoff Niles. 

Interested in purchasing a keg? Call the brewery at (541) 672-5565 and review our list of keg sales frequently asked questions.

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