In the heart of Oregon's wine country...
310 N.E. Evans StreetMcMinnville, OR 97128
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21 and over
A Cascade Blues association "Best New Act" winner!
Weaving together thoughtful
lyrics with catchy melodies, Brian McGinty is a musical descendent of classic
songwriters like Billy Joel, Don Henley, and Peter Gabriel.
Paul Basile writes "rustic rock
anthems worthy of Band of Horses or My Morning Jacket."
Formerly of Johnny and the Distractions, singer-songwriter, guitarist and local legend Jon Koonce romps, stomps, twangs and rages through tales of love, lust, trailer parks, truck stops, demons and dogs.
Teenaged honky-tonk piano phenom who may bow before The King and The Killer (Elvis and Jerry Lee to the uninitiated) but already has a lethal improv style all his own.
New Mexico's Billy D & The HooDoos drive crowds to hip-shaking delight with their soulful rhythm & blues grooves.
In Europe around 1200, beer was used to baptize babies — its alcohol content inhibited the growth of bacteria.
When at McMenamins, check out the light bulbs. Why use plain ol’ white ones when you can have pink, red, orange, blue, yellow…?
What’s a pipe face? Why, it’s a face painted on a pipe. When visiting McMenamins hotels, keep an eye out for ‘em above.
When at Edgefield, ask where the Five Ladies are. And then figure out what happened to the missing earring…
“A hangover is the wrath of grapes.” – Anonymous
The art of brewing is over 6,000 years old! And only gettin’ better…
The Kennedy School Theater was rated one of the Top Ten That Do It Right by Entertainment Magazine. Huzzah!
St. Arnold, the patron saint of brewers, had a tankard of ale that never ran dry.
Oregon’s brewing companies employ more than 4,700.
The Barley Mill in Portland was the first pub opened by Mike and Brian McMenamin together.
The mosaics in the Grand Lodge basement were inspired by the work of Spanish artist Antonio Gaudi.