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Marci Sischo | 09/16/2021 | Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries, Craft Beverages, Featured on Home Page, MWV Food Trail

4 Oregon Craft Beers You Can Try on the Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail

Oregon's Willamette Valley is well known for its wines, especially its pinot noir and pinot gris, but that's not the only craft beverage Oregon produces. We're also famous for our craft beers.

The Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail is pleased to include four excellent breweries, and their tap lists embrace everything from IPAs to porters, stouts to ales, and just about everything else you can brew from hops, malts, and barleys and pour in a glass. Our breweries source their ingredients carefully and locally, creating eclectic brews that might include fruits or foraged and wild ingredients, and aged in bourbon or wine barrels. These craft brews can make a beer aficionado out of anyone.

Check out our four member breweries, and take a look at a few beers you should be sure to try when you visit them.

1. Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery

Offering unique hop-forward ales, crisp lagers, barrel-aged rarities and one of the Northwest’s most extensive wild and sour programs, Block 15 produces a range of artfully crafted beers.

At Block 15 Restaurant & Brewery, put Sticky Hands, a hop experience ale, or Nebula, an oat stout, on your to-do list.

You can try Block 15's brews at their downtown pub at 300 SW Jefferson Ave. (map) or their tasting room at 3415 SW Deschutes Street (map), both in Corvallis.

Learn more at Block15.com.

2. Conversion Brewing

"Why 'Conversion' Brewing? Come in and have a pint, and you'll be 'converted' too!"

At Conversion Brewing be sure to try their Strawberry Celebration Ale, an ale brewed with strawberries, and Forgiveness, an ale brewed with blueberries, in partnership with another MWV Food Trail member, 2 Towns Ciderhouse.

Conversion Brewing is located at 833 S. Main Street in Lebanon (map).

Learn more at www.ConversionBrewing.com.

3. Deluxe Brewing Co.

Deluxe Brewing, founded by Eric “Howie” and Jamie Howard, specializes in easy-drinking lagers and ales.

When you stop in to Deluxe, be sure to try their Wild Beaver Amber Lager with its bold malt flavor, and their Sintillator, a complex, rich doppelbock.

Deluxe Brewing is located at 635 NE Water Ave., Suite B in Albany (map).

Learn more at www.SinisterDeluxe.com.

4. Sky High Brewing

Sky High Brewing is famous for their rooftop patio and stunning views of downtown Corvallis, as well as their delicious beers and tasty pub-style food.

At Sky High, be sure to sample their Panorama Porter, a rich and caramel-ly brew, and their Boundless Session Ale, a floral, citrus-y ale.

Sky High Brewing is located at 160 NW Jackson Ave. in Corvallis (map).

Learn more at SkyHighBrewing.com.

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