HomeWhat We MakeMeet the MakersWhere to BuyDiscover Our Breweries Many of our pubs and hotels are open with limited capacity. Other parts of McMenamins remain closed at this time, including the brewery, as we carefully reopen step-by-step following state guidelines. Upcoming Events see all events Burger Month Monday, July 13 35th Anniversary of the Brewpub Law Monday, July 13 Cocktail Making with McMenamins Friday, July 17 Cocktail Making with McMenamins Friday, July 24 6 Barrel Brewhouse Established: January 1990 2016 Brewery Production: 595 barrels • 1,190 kegs • 147,620 pints The Thompson brewery, which opened in 1990 in a house built 85 years earlier for a Civil War veteran, is the longest-running post-Prohibition brewpub in Salem. A succession of brewers with big, strong personalities created a number of beers with big, strong personalities. All of which satisfies the big, strong personalities of Thompson's regulars just fine, thank you very much. Black Widow Porter, featuring a healthy dose of black licorice, is one such brew of distinction. The Widow (as well as a sweet woodruff-infused version known as the Black Widower) still ventures out into the light every year around Halloween. Beer behemoths such as Old Cthulu, Romulan Imperial Ale and Pole Ax are all big ideas that grabbed hold and found voices in the Thompson's old stainless Grundy fermenters. Today, Thompson Brewer Jennifer Kent keeps cantankerous resident spirit Franklin at bay while creating all kinds of interesting and unique ales. Here you will find such concoctions as Ginger Red, Spanish Coffee Porter, Magnuson Strong Ale (a tribute to a Thompson regular lost), and Bumble Blue Pale Ale. Jennifer's fine ales also represent at outside events like the Yamhill Lavender Festival. Thompson's annual Barley Cup Brewfest is held every June and is sure to delight with live music on the patio and a variety of beers from McMenamins and guests alike. 33rd State IPA 5th Floor IPA A Beer Called Death Absorption Porter Absorption Vanilla Porter Black Widow Porter Briseno Mexican Dark Lager Burst Reynolds DIPA Cupid's Plum Dr. Who Dream Phaze Haze Fervid Ferment IRA Gilley's Gold Hammerhead Hazy Morning Hazy IPA Jam Session IPA Kris Kringle Lady Brewery IPA Lavender Ruby Little Comet Fresh Hop Lola's Hazy IPA Mannschaft Kölsch McMenamins Irish Stout Phife Dawg DIPA Pole Ax Purple Haze Red Riser IRA Resilience Butte County Proud IPA Return of the Jen-I DIPA Ruby Ale Sabertooth Haze Shoemake Lager Sleepy Hollow Nut Brown Spanish Coffee Terminator Sunflower IPA Susan B. Hazy IPA Tanabata IPA Terminator Stout Thundercone Fresh Hop Ale Uncle Buck's Maple Praline Stout Vanilla A Beer Called Death White Tiger IPA Winter's Hollow Nut Brown Jen Kent Brewer Bring in your growler for these fills from our taps: (or purchase a glass growler at any of our locations) Beer Hard Cider 32 ounce starting at $8.50 (+ $6 with growler) 32 ounce starting at $9.50 (+ $6 with growler) 64 ounce starting at $17 (+ $8 with growler) 64 ounce starting at $19 (+ $8 with growler) Get fills on special at the Pubs: Growler Mondays: $5 off* *certain beers may be additional charge Crowler Tuesday: $2 off* *certain beers may be additional charge Cider Wednesdays: $3 off* *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 cans of signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available at all locations. Ask about seasonal and limited-edition cans and bottles as well. Crowlers Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop, Cedar Hills, Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, Elks Temple Bottle Shop, Roseburg Station Pub & Brewery and Winery Tasting Room (just for cider), 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 am –9 pm Pacific Time 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.