Beer Trail

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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Breweries along the Beer Trail have passport punch cards you can pick up. When you have visited 12 or more sites, it can be redeemed for a special gift. For those 21 and older only.

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.