TOP 3 “DON’T MISS” BREWERIES IN ASTORIA & (wine too)

Beer enthusiasts know Oregon as “Beervana.” Astoria pubs share the beer culture of the State by providing award-winning beers.

Fort George Brewery + Public House

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The actual location of the first permanent American settlement on the Pacific Coast. In their eight and a half barrel brewery, they use organic base malts and the freshest, most locally-obtainable ingredients. They often brew outside of traditional categories, striving to create beer that stands out from the crowd.

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The Wet Dog Cafe,

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The location of Astoria Brewing Company, Astoria’s oldest craft brewery established in 1997. They are one of the few breweries in Oregon to use solar power to preheat their brewing water. They offer unique beer styles, snacks made by using their beers, and pub merchandise.

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Rogue Ales Public House,

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the Astoria outpost of Newport, Oregon-based Rogue Ales. Rogue Ales are made with the finest hops and barley malt, free range coastal water and Pacman top fermenting proprietary yeast. Preservatives? Additives? Chemicals? Never! The Public House is located in the historic 1875 Hanthorn Cannery, now called Pier 39.

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WINES – have their own festival in Astoria : Sip, Savor & UnWined

Don’t miss :

The Cellar on 10th

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Best Wine Shop in Astoria! (Coast Weekend 2013 Reader’s Choice Award)
Shallon Winery

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An amazing experience, and educational too. Definitely worth a visit if you are in Astoria. The owner will show you his winemaking process and you get to taste unique non conventional wines

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North Coast Distilling

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