Oregon CoastBrewery

Visit up to twelve breweries along Oregon’s North Coast to appreciate the range of talent we’ve got on tap here.

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Free to sign up. With your Brewing Trail Passport, when you check in at up to 8 participating locations within a year’s time, you earn a commemorative glass mug from Oregon’s North Coast Craft Beer Trail.

The trail pass is instantly delivered via text and email. 
There are no apps to download.
Passport holders receive exclusive offers and discounts.
Check – in at 8 locations and win a beer mug!

Rogue Ales Public House

100 39th St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(503) 468-0923

The northern-most stop on this trail is Pier 39 in Astoria, home to Oregon’s world-famous Rogue Ales and the historic Hanthorn Cannery Museum. Photo by: @marniebaylouny

Hondo’s Brew Pub and Tap Room

2703 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(503) 325-2234

This brewery is just off the riverwalk in Astoria and serves also as a bottled beer store and supplier for home brewers.

Fort George Brewery & Public House

1483 Duane St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(503) 325-7468

This Astoria landmark fills an entire city block with multiple breweries, restaurants, tap room and event venues.

Astoria Brewing Company

1196 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(503) 325-6975

Astoria’s oldest microbrewery with plenty of pours to choose from and great views to enjoy.

Bridge & Tunnel Bottle Shop and Taproom

1390 Duane St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(360) 244-5165

A Craft Beer Bar with 22 rotating taps and a curated selection of beer, wine and cider

Buoy Beer Company

2 Seventh St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

(503) 325-4540

Brewing in a historic cannery, this craft microbrewery is perched at the water’s edge with a front-row view of freighters and other river traffic.

Reach Break Brewing

1343 Duane St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA


Known for their revolving menu of beers, you’ll always find a surprise on tap. Note they share space with a great pod of food carts, too. Photo by: @pdxbeergirl

McMenamin’s Sand Trap Pub at Gearhart Hotel

1157 N Marion Ave, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

(503) 717-8159

Located on the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi, this McMenamin’s pub serves up their classic brews in a historic setting just north of Seaside.

The Wine & BeerHaus

365 9th Ave, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

(503) 738-0201

A large retail shop in the Seaside Outlets, where hundreds of beers fill the coolers. Select from their 15 taps to enjoy by the glass or fill a growler to go.

Seaside Brewing Company

851 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

(503) 717-5451

Located in the historic Seaside city jail in the heart of town, this brewery offers up more than a dozen taps of coastal-inspired beer.

The Whet Spot Taproom & Bottle Shop

12 N Holladay Dr, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

(503) 739-7440

U Street Pub & Eatery

220 Avenue U, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

(503) 468-6459

Popular local’s spot with plenty of Oregon Coast beers on tap and serving delicious pub grub.

Public Coast Brewing Co.

East 3rd Street, Cannon Beach, OR, USA

(503) 436-0285

Named to honor the 1967 declaration that Oregon beaches are free and open to all, this brewery offers a solid line-up of craft beers and a house made root beer for the kids.

Pelican Brewing

1371 S. Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach, OR 97110

(503) 908-3377

The southern-most beer trail stop is the well-known Oregon Coast craft brewery with rotating beers and a roomy patio.


Sunny days along the coast mean many visitors! Plan ahead for parking options, especially when visiting popular destinations, and check if you’ll need a parking permit.
Consider carpooling or car-free transit options, such as buses, to reduce congestion and environmental impact. Two bus lines running from Portland to Cannon Beach are Sunset Empire Transportation and Northwest Point.