68,500+ batches and counting!
Founded in 1990
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McMenamins operates 25 breweries – the newest, located in Bothell, Washington opened in September 2015. Since our first brew at the Hillsdale Brewery & Public House in 1985, McMenamins has produced more than 68,000 batches. In 2014, our breweries collectively crafted 3,251 batches of beer (including more than 250 new and unusual house-specific recipes), which equaled more than 46,750 kegs of beer or an astounding 5.8 million pints!
In keeping with McMenamins' company philosophy, our breweries believe that brewing "green" is brewing responsibly. Waste products are given to local farmers, where they can be used; materials used are recycled or reused whenever possible; and second-hand equipment is largely used. Have a look at our earth-friendly brewing practices.
Many beer lovers are familiar with our ales: Terminator Stout, Hammerhead, Ruby, Edgefield Wheat, Black Rabbit Porter, Sunflower IPA and others. Read more about these "standards" and dozens of other beers, including our beloved seasonal ales. All of the McMenamins beers you know and love are made at our Washington and Oregon locations, with many coming from our Portland Breweries.
Due to the nature of handcrafting, it's safe to say that no two McMenamins batches are identical. Science and technology provide the backbone for our craft, but it is the unique qualities of each brew house, and the individual brewer's ale-crafting style, that ensure you will enjoy liquid refreshments that are truly special and made with every care for the environment. Whether you're in Seattle, Salem, Roseburg or Portland, breweries with the iconic McMenamins name are near. Come in and sip some creativity. Cheers!
Visit all of wineries for a magical tour.
One opened in 1998 at Edgefield in Troutdale, Ore., the other in 2012 at Cornelius Pass Roadhouse in Hillsboro, Ore. Despite their age difference, both distilleries are now producing heavenly spirits of the highest order, from gins to whiskeys to brandies and more.
Tour all of distilleries to see how our cider is pressed for a magical tour.
Roasting beans from small-farm growers to produce the best cup of coffee
McMenamins approaches specialty coffee roasting with the same passion for attention to detail that we apply to our ales, wines and spirits. Our roast masters use only beans from the highest-quality coffea arabicaspecies – plants that produce coffees of elegant, complex flavors. This is why McMenamins coffee beans come from small-farm growers producing shade-grown plants of the highest caliber; it’s the first step toward insuring the finest possible cup o‘ joe.
At McMenamins Coffee Roasters, our varietal and blended coffees are roasted in a state-of-the-art German-made Probat drum roaster, said to be the finest brand in the industry. Drum roasting allows the deep aroma and flavor of the smoke to permeate each bean.
Although we roast upwards of 40,000 pounds of beans a year, the roasting is done in small batches, one at a time. McMenamins coffees are roasted to order for our pubs, restaurants and hotels on a weekly basis to ensure freshness.
High quality, aroma-roasted coffees from McMenamins Coffee Roasters are available for enjoyment and purchase in all of our locations. You can purchase our coffees in our gift shops or at our online store.
These wines are served year round.
These ciders are served year round.
These coffess are served year round.
We now have 16-ounce recyclable cans of our signature raspberry Ruby Ale and classic Northwest pale ale, Hammerhead, available to-go for $2.75 each. So whether you're headed out camping, hiking, to the beach, a tailgater or a backyard barbecue, take along Ruby and Hammerhead as your companions.
McMenamins has always had an environmentally conscious climate. Since the company's inception in 1983, recycling had been handled on a pub-by-pub basis. In 1991, a full-time environmental coordinator was hired to oversee reducing, reusing and recycling the company's waste, including materials such as plastics, paper, cork, metals, glass, oil, cardboard and so on.
In addition to the standard pub recycling program, every effort is made to keep the brewing process as earth-friendly and resource-efficient as possible:
While these efforts may not make your actual pint taste better, you may enjoy it more in the knowledge that those who brew it take a personal interest in respecting and honoring the planet we all share.
This is how make our wine
This is how we distill our spirits
This is how we press our cider
This is how we brew our coffee
We have 800 bottles for your choosing: beer, ciders, wine, sparkling wine and McMenamins spirits included!
You’ve tried our signature Hammerhead, Ruby and Terminator – here’s your opportunity to taste what else our brewers, distillers and winemakers are working on.
$8 Growler Mondays
Head to any of our pubs, bring your 2-quart growler and have it filled with any regular McMenamins beer for $8 every Monday! You can also fill your growler with any McMenamins high gravity beer for $10. We don’t offer a special on growler fills of Brewmasters Reserve beer or cider at this time.
Regular price $14 - $17.
Note: This special does not apply to cider or brewmasters reserves.
Check out what's ON TAP on the free McMenamins app.
Hard Cider To Go
(not including growler or jar)
We're offering these special 64-ounce growlers (think a glass moonshine jug) that are now engraved with many different company seasonal logos and other assorted graphics! Use it time and time again, or keep it as a memento from your visit.
Available at all locations
Cans To Go
Our 16-ounce cans of our signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available to-go at all locations. Crack ‘em open and enjoy on the beach, in a backyard....bottle openers are no longer required.
Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
We're now offering Crowlers - a mashup of can and growler - in a 32-ounce vessel that we fill fresh from a tap of your choice and seal up to-go. Choose from our 20 rotating taps of McMenamins' and guest breweries handcrafted offerings, including cider and high-gravity selections.
$120/15.5 gallon plus refundable keg and equipment deposits
At select breweries we can also fill Cornelius canisters. Call the brewery to make arrangements. You will need to bring your clean canister and leave it with the brewer for filling. You cannot just drop in and get a canister filled unannounced.
Current pricing on Cornelius canisters is $50 for 5 gallons, $30 for 3 gallons. If you have a different size Cornelius canister figure on $10 per gallon.
Order a keg of McMenamins brew for your next party from one of our Oregon or Washington breweries! Different varieties are available at each location, so call ahead to see what beers are on hand.
All sales are final. We do not offer refunds.
Now shipping to anywhere in Oregon
Call the Edgefield Gift Shop to order:
7 a.m.–7 p.m. Pacific Time
Bottles: $5.60 per bottle
Cans: $2.75 per can
Plus shipping and handling
Max 24 bottles/cans per order per state law
Why can't you ship elsewhere?
While Oregon law allows us to ship outside of the state, individual state laws prohibit us to ship beer directly to consumers.
You can buy our wine at all of our restaurants and some small bars and pubs
Cornelius Pass Roadhouse Distillery and Edgefield Distillery spirits are available only at McMenamins.
They can be enjoyed by the glass and in mixed drinks at all of our pubs and hotels.
Bottles can be purchased to-go at the following locations:
Edgefield Distillery / Gift Shop · Troutdale, Ore.
CPR Distillery / Imbrie Hall · Hillsboro, Ore.
Kennedy School Gift Shop · Portland, Ore.
Old St. Francis School · Bend, Ore.
23rd Avenue Bottle Shop · Portland, Ore.
Anderson School · Bothell, Wash.
Old Church & Pub · Wilsonville, Ore.
Grand Lodge · Forest Grove, Ore.
North Bank · Eugene, Ore.
Roseburg Station · Roseburg, Ore.
Hotel Oregon · McMinnville, Ore.
Lighthouse Pub · Lincoln City, Ore.
Gearhart Hotel · Gearhart, Ore.
You can buy our cider at select locations
Can I buy a keg from McMenamins Breweries?
Yes! McMenamins Ales are available for purchase at our Oregon and Washington Breweries. Sales depend on availability and the various breweries will have different styles available, so please be sure to call ahead for assistance in tracking down the perfect beer for your backyard BBQ or birthday bash.
How much will a keg of McMenamins beer cost?
A keg of McMenamins beer costs $120. All kegs require a $50 refundable keg shell deposit. Tapping equipment requires a $100 deposit, $90 of which is refundable upon the tap's return. McMenamins can only accept cash or credit cards for keg sales and deposits. Please note: Due to ongoing theft of our cooperage, keg shells and rental taps must be returned to the brewery of sale to receive a deposit refund. A sales receipt must also accompany the shell and tap to receive the refund. A refund check will be made payable only to the purchaser of the keg.
What about pony kegs?
McMenamins occasionally makes pony kegs available for purchase. Selection is extremely limited, but it may be worth inquiring about if you want the smaller-sized keg. Pony kegs will cost you $60, and have the same deposit requirements as the full-sized models.
Do you fill Cornelius Canisters, or “Corny Cans”?
Yes, we can fill Cornelius Canisters at select breweries. Call the brewery to make arrangements. You cannot get a canister filled unannounced. You’ll need to bring your canister and leave it with the Brewer for filling, but it must be dropped off cleaned and sanitized, in serviceable condition, and able to maintain pressure. Current pricing on Cornelius Canisters is $50 for 5 gallons, or $30 for 3 gallons. If you have a different size Corny Can, it is $10 per gallon.
We do not have any pressure fittings or Corny Can parts to supply or rent. Currently, the locations that are verified to fill cans are Kennedy School, Crystal, Fulton, Highland, Hillsdale, John Barleycorns, McMenamins On The Columbia, Queen Anne, Thompson and West Linn.
Who do I call to purchase a keg?
Contact one of our breweries to purchase a keg. The Brewer will walk you through the process of purchasing, picking up and returning your keg.
What kind of information or ID will I need when purchasing a keg?
You’ll need to provide a valid driver’s license and another piece of acceptable identification. You’ll also need to provide the address of the location where the beer will be consumed, the time the beverage will be consumed, and the license plate of the vehicle transporting the keg. The purchaser who fills out the required Liquor Control Commission paperwork is the only person who may take possession of the keg.
When can I pick up my keg?
When you call the brewery to find out if a keg is available, you will also make arrangements for picking up the keg. Most keg reservations can be made up to a week in advance. For more long-term reservations (which must be prepaid) please contact the Edgefield Brewery at (503) 667-4352.
How much beer will I get out of my keg?
You should get approximately 150 12-oz. cups from a full-sized keg, and half of that amount from a pony keg.
What will I need to dispense the beer from my keg?
You’ll need to obtain a Sankey-style tap for locations in Northern Washington, from Corvallis to the Southern border, and in Bend, Oregon. For Portland, Vancouver and Salem, Oregon you will need an increasingly rare "golden-gate" (also known as "diamond head") tapping device. McMenamins rents hand-pump models which work fine for parties where the beer will be consumed in one or two evenings. CO2-driven systems are recommended for service longer than 2 days. Request our "How to Tap a McMenamins Keg" handout with your keg purchase for more information on tap usage and troubleshooting draft issues.
Can I return an untapped keg for refund?
Once a keg leaves the brewery, it cannot be returned for a refund, even if the keg is full. Please ensure that you have access to the proper tapping equipment before you purchase a keg.
Can I buy a keg and then sell the beer?
It is illegal to sell alcohol without a special permit/license. To purchase a keg and sell it to another party is not only illegal, but the purchaser is responsible and liable for what happens to the keg once McMenamins releases it.
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