AboutMenus & SpecialsOn TapBreweryBanquet RoomHistoryBeer To Go! All aboard for historic fun! Housed in what was once the city's bustling Southern Pacific train depot, McMenamins Roseburg Station Pub & Brewery is a veritable museum of the rich rail history of the city. Original features such as the vaulted 16-foot-high ceiling and tongue-and-groove wainscoting are restored to their past glory, and period photos and paintings commemorate the history of this extraordinary town. Patio seating offers nostalgia from a time when railroad reigned supreme, but when a train passes by — hold on to your beer! Roseburg Station allows pets at our front sidewalk seating only. Menus Menu Kids Happy Hour & Specials Beverage Dietary Restrictions Happy Hour served daily 3-6 p.m. & 10 p.m.-close Drink specials Sunday-Wednesday, 10 p.m.-close No substitutions, additions, or to-go orders Minimum drink purchase of $2 per person We offer Northwest-style pub fare that incorporates the freshest seasonal ingredients from local and regional growers and producers (including Tillamook Cheese and Ice Cream, Pleasant Valley Pickles, Sheridan Fruit Company, Country Natural Beef and many others). We make everything onsite, including pizza, soups and more. Weekly specials round out our menus – ask your server for details. Gluten-free buns available! These light, crisp, locally made products are available for an additional charge with hamburgers and sandwiches – just ask your server. Please note: Although the bun is gluten-free, our kitchens are not. All Ales Wine Cider Guest Taps Black Rabbit Red Chardonnay Edgefield Apple Cider Hammerhead McMenamins Irish Stout Pinot Gris Pinot Noir Pomegranate Cider Riesling Ruby Steamboat IPA Ten Pin Alley Double IPA Terminator Stout The ExTerminator Thielsen Porter White Rabbit Winter's Hollow Nut Brown Wissler's Wheat Coors Light Have Your Get-Together at Roseburg's Banquet Room Call (541) 672-1934 to make reservations Our Banquet Room comfortably seats small groups, we just ask that you make a reservation for your group. This space is ideal to gather and enjoy food from the standard pub menu. Sound good? Just call us in advance and ask to speak to a manager to make a reservation. Visiting soon? Download our self-guided Photo Tour of the historic pictures lining our walls. Read Working for the Railroad: Tales of Roseburg's Rich Rail Culture, as told by those who lived it Roseburg Station: A Journey Into the Past by Tim Hills, McMenamins Staff Historian Sitting at the bar, not far from where the depot operator worked at his telegraph key, you look out onto the tracks over which trains passed, carrying the likes of everyone from Civil War General William T. Sherman to Sammy Davis, Jr., and Buffalo Bill Cody to a dying President Warren G. Harding. For decades, railroading was Roseburg's lifeblood and the depot stood at the very center of it all. Now the 98-year-old station is about the last vestige remaining from the time when trains reigned supreme. In its reincarnation as McMenamins Roseburg Station — a pub, brewery and family gathering spot — its heritage remains intact. Roseburg's long, intertwining history with the railroad dates back to 1872 when the first locomotive rolled into town. Over the next decade, the young community thrived as the temporary end of the line. After the tracks were completed to California, Roseburg continued to grow and prosper as a Division Point on Southern Pacific's Shasta Route. Roseburg's healthy lumber industry continued to fill rail car after rail car up to the postwar World War II period, until the bottom fell out in the 1980s. From that time, Southern Pacific's local presence withered. In the beginning, Roseburg had little to brag about in the way of a railroad station. The original facility, built in 1872, was a small, one-room wooden square box of a building. At the turn of the century, a new wooden structure, three times the size of its predecessor, was built. This second station had a relatively short life span. In 1912, it was replaced with the present brick-and-aggregate structure. Now, the classic Southern Pacific depot has been restored to serve in a new role as McMenamins Roseburg Station. The renovation preserved as much of the building's architectural character as possible. Original features such as the vaulted, 16-foot-high ceiling, tongue-and-groove fir wainscoting, and marble molding were all cleaned and polished and a graceful, red tile roof (matching its original construction) was added. (or purchase a glass growler at any of our locations) Beer Hard Cider 32 ounce $8-$12.50 32 ounce $9-$14 64 ounce $16-$25.00 64 ounce $18-$28 Get fills on special at the Pubs: Growler Mondays: $9* *certain beers may be additional charge Cider Wednesdays: $14* *this price applies to standard Edgefield Cider – regular apple or seasonal only Check out what's ON TAP at WHICH LOCATIONS on the free McMenamins app. Cans Our 16-ounce cans of signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available at all locations. Ask about seasonal and limited-edition cans as well. Crowlers Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop, Cedar Hills and Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, a Crowler is a 32-ounce vessel that we fill fresh from an ale or cider tap of your choice and seal up. Kegs/Cornelius Can Shipping Beer Now shipping to anywhere in Oregon Call the Edgefield Gift Shop to order: 503-492-5470 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Pacific Time Cans: $3 per can Plus shipping and handling Max 24 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.