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DISCOVER Your Local Mid-Valley Area Wineries

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23) Evesham Wood Vineyard 24) Redhawk Vineyard 25) Van Duzer Vineyards 26) Left Coast Cellars 27) Johan Vineyards 28) Cherry Hill Winery 29) Firesteed Cellars 30) Cubanismo Vineyards IN SALEM

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32) Amalie Robert Estate 33) Illahe Vineyards 34) Namaste Tasting Room 35) Airlie Winery 36) Emerson Vineyards 37) Troes Wines 38) Redgate Vineyard SOUTH OF SALEM

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39) Mahonia Vineyard 40) Coria Estates 41) Ankeny Vineyard 42) Willamette Valley Vineyards 43) Elton Winery


EXPLORE South Valley Wineries (just a short drive)

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Breweries & Taphouses in your local area regon’s craft beer industry is thriving and the number of Oregon based breweries continues to grow. Combined with other manufactures across the nation and throughout the world, you can explore a wide and sometimes overwhelming choice of beer categories, styles and flavor profiles. We are providing you with this easy to use resource guide to help cut through some of the complexity and confusion in choosing beers you will most enjoy. Here you will find a list of local breweries and tap houses in the mid and south valley. Additionally, the article below is meant to educate you about how beer is crafted as well as which parts of the brewing processes are used to develop specific flavor and aroma profiles. Finally, use our overview chart to bring it all together and help pair your favorite beer with the food you love. Each specific beer is crafted to bring a unique and colorful flavor profile to the pallet. Four key components and a variety of subtle nuances are carefully balanced together in the beer making process. Water, malt, hops and yeasts are the key ingredients used in the brewing process. Barley is the foundation of most beers, but other fermentable grains are sometimes used. Like hops, a wide variety of barley exist from around the world. The barley used in most beers goes first through a process called germination. After germination the barley is dried then kilned to a specific degree depending upon the desired malt characteristics. The length and heat of the kilning process creates and affects the malt characteristics differently. Once at the brewery the malt is slightly milled to “crack� the barley. Next, the mashing process occurs by mixing hot water with the cracked barley. This creates a porridge like solution which draws the starch out of the malt whereby enzymes inherent in the malt converts the starch into simple sugars. The resulting fermentable liquid base (wort) is separated from the residual grains in a process called lautering.


Eugene / Springfield 16 Tons Taphouse Agrarian Ales Brewing Co. Beergarden Claim 52 Brewing ColdFire Brewing Elk Horn Brewery Falling Sky Brewing House Falling Sky Pour House First National Taphouse Gateway Taphouse Hayden Bridge Tap House Hop Valley Brewing Hop Valley Brewing McKenzie Taphouse McMenamins East 19th St. Cafe McMenamins High St. Brewery Ninkasi Brewing Company Oakshire Brewing Plank Town Brewing Prime Time Sports Bar & Grill Sam Bond’s Brewing Company Steelhead Brewing Company Steel Pail The Bier Stein The Cannery The Fill Station The Fill Station The Growler Guys The Tap & Growler Viking Braggot Company WildCraft Cider Works

265 E. 13th Ave., Eugene 31115 W. Crossroads Ln., Eugene 777 W 6th Ave, Eugene 1030 Tyinn St., Eugene 263 Mill St., Eugene 686 E Broadway, Eugene 1334 Oak Alley, Eugene 790 Blair Blvd., Eugene 51 W. Broadway St., Eugene 1045 Gateway St., Springfield 1910 Marcola Rd., Springfield 980 Kruse Way, Springfield 990 W. 1st Ave., Eugene 5818 Main St., Springfield 1485 E 19th Ave., Eugene 1243 High St., Eugene 272 Van Buren St., Eugene 207 Madison St., Eugene 346 Main St., Springfield 1360 Mohawk Blvd., Springfield 540 E 8th Ave., Eugene 199 E 5th Ave. #1, Eugene 3007 N Delta Hwy #201, Eugene 1591 Willamette St., Eugene 345 E. 11th Ave., Eugene 2747 River Rd., Eugene 4925 Barger St., Eugene 472 W 7th Ave., Eugene 207 E 5th Ave. #115, Eugene 520 Commercial St., Eugene 390 Lincoln St., Eugene

(541) 345-2003 (541) 510-4897 (541) 505-9432 (541) 554-6786 (541) 636-3889 (541) 505-8356 (541) 505-7096 (541) 653-9167 (541) 393-6517 (541) 653-8876 (541) 600-8943 (541) 744-3330 (541) 485-2337 (541) 505-9154 (541) 342-4025 (541) 345-4905 (541) 344-2739 (541) 654-5520 (541) 746-1890 (541) 746-0549 (541) 246-8162 (541) 686-2739 (541) 510-0410 (541) 485-2437 (541) 345-5435 (541) 654-0042 (458) 201-8166 (541) 653-8425 (541) 579-8885 (541) 505-9751 (541) 735-3506

sixteentons.biz/blog agales.com beergardenme.com claim52brewing.com coldfirebrewing.com elkhornbrewery.com fallingskybrewing.com fallingskybrewing.com firstnationaltaphouse.com gatewaytaphouse.com / Hayden Bridge Tap House hopvalleybrewing.com hopvalleybrewing.com mckenzierivertaphouse.com mcmenamins.com mcmenamins.com ninkasibrewing.com oakbrew.com planktownbrewing.com / Prime Time Sports Bar sambondsbrewing.com steelheadbrewery.com thesteelpail.com thebierstein.com theeugenecannery.com the-fillingstation.com the-fillingstation.com thegrowlerguys.com tapandgrowler.com drinkviking.com wildcraftciderworks.com

33930 SE Eastgate Cir., Corvallis 215 SW 5th St., Corvallis 1835 SE 3rd St., Corvallis 300 SW Jefferson Ave., Corvallis 3415 SW Deschutes St.., Corvallis 140 NE Hill St, Albany 635 NE Water Ave, Albany 202 SW 1st St., Corvallis 308 SW 3rd St., Corvallis 33930 SE Eastgate Cir., Corvallis 420 NW 3rd St., Corvallis 2001 NW Monroe Ave., Corvallis 33848 SE Eastgate Cir., Corvallis 341 SW 2nd St., Corvallis 160 NW Jackson Ave., Corvallis 229 SW 3rd Ave., Albany

(541) 758-2077 (541) 753-0088 (541) 752-2337 (541) 928-1931 (541) 928-7699 (541) 758-2229 (541) 286-4473 (541) 230-1810 (541) 758-0880 (541) 758-3527 (541) 758-6044 (541) 207-3277 (971) 279-7155 (541) 207-3915 (541) 230-1720 (541) 248-3542

2townsciderhouse.com 5thstreetgrowlers.com beer30corvallis.com block15.com block15.com calapooiabrewing.com sinisterdeluxe.com flattailcorvallis.com biercaves.com mazamabrewing.com mcmenamins.com mcmenamins.com nectarcreek.com oregontrailbrewery.com skyhighbrewing.com thegrowlergaragealbany.com

1252 23rd St. SE, Salem 4336 Commercial St. SE, Salem 150 High St SE, Salem 2065 Madrona Ave. SE., Salem 5137 River Rd., Keizer 2990 Commercial St., Salem 4435 Liberty Rd S, Salem 241 Liberty St NE, Salem 888 Liberty St NE, Salem 3575 Liberty Rd. S., Salem 515 12th St. SE, Salem 2027 25th St SE., Salem 2544 19th St. SE., Salem 2195 Hyacinth St. NE., Salem 2840 Commercial St. SE, Salem 1594 Edgewater St. NW, Salem

(503) 931-9417 (503) 991-5369 (971) 301-8857 (503) 385-1985 (503) 385-1064 (971) 273-6533 (503) 400-7963 (503) 339-7757 (503) 399-9062 (503) 371-2945 (503)363-1904 (503) 990-8486 (503) 559-0044 (503) 512-9007 (503) 391-5100 (503) 990-8805

sparkysbrewing.com b2taphouse.com capitaltaproom.com gilgameshbrewing.com growlmovement.com growlmovement.com heroestaphouse.com / Kraftworks Taphouse mcmenamins.com mcmenamins.com theram.com aleinsalem.com santiambrewing.com vagabondbrewing.com ventiscafe.com westsidetaphouse.com

Linn-Benton 2 Towns Ciderhouse 5th Street Growlers Beer:30 Block 15 Block 15 Brewery & Tap Room Calapooia Brewing Deluxe Brewing Company Flat Tail Brewing Co. Les Caves Mazama Brewing Co. McMenamins Corvallis McMenamins on Monroe Nectar Creek Oregon Trail Brewery Sky High Brewing The Growler Garage & Tap House

Salem 2 Sparky’s Taphouse B2 Taphouse Capital Taproom Gilgamesh Brewing Co. Growl Movement Growl Movement Heroes Tap House Kraftworks Taphouse McMenamins Boon’s Treasury McMenamins Thompson Brewery RAM Restaurant & Brewery Salem Ale Works Santiam Brewing Co. Vagabond Brewing Venti’s Cafe + Taphouse West Side Tap House

Hops are the flowers derived and picked from a hop vine at a specific point of ripeness. Hop vines are grown throughout the world in many varieties. All Hop varietals have a unique flavor profile, as such the choice of which Hops to use is critical to the beer being made. Hops creates a bitterness that balances out the sweetness of the malt and helps with head retention in the poured beer. In some cases, other ingredients such as spruce tips, fruits and spices are added into the brewing process which add more complexity into the final product. The wort is boiled together with the chosen hops whereby the wort is sterilized and introduced with hop resins and flavors. This process also allows for certain unwanted proteins and some tannins in the wort to be removed. The wort is then cooled and made ready for fermenting. Beer derives its alcohol through the fermentation process whereby yeast introduced into the sugary wort creates CO2 and alcohol. Yeast is responsible for much of the final beers characteristics. The yeast and fermentation process also creates a variety of flavors which are introduced into the beer from metabolic by-products such as esters (fruity like flavors), phenols (spicy and peppery notes) and others. Hops contain essential resins and oil compounds which are soluble and as such these can be boiled away in the process described above. Common with many IPA’s sometimes hops are reintroduced (dry-hopping) and soaked into what is now beer to bring back more of the delicate aromas and flavors lost during boil. The finished product is the cooled, clarified, carbonated and packaged for your enjoyment.


Hoppy & Bitter: The majority of aroma will be derived from hop. While a solid malt base exists, the hops will dominate the malt and the beer will demonstrate a bitterness to it. These beers will cleanse the pallet of fatty foods. Bold, herbal and citric beers such as IPA’s will use a lighter mild malt allowing the hops to be the focus. Malty ambers will develop a stronger malt allowing the caramel notes to come through the bitterness.

Malty & Sweet: The sweetness of the malt will shine through on these beers. Expect notes of toffee, nuts, caramel and toast. Several German and English beers fall into this category. Beers that lean more towards toast aroma and flavors can bring dark fruit notes (raisin, fig, dates) while others leaning towards caramel may bring a dried fruit note (toffee with red apples, orange zest or plum).

MALT FLAVOR AROMA / ESTERS

FOOD PAIRINGS Halibut, Scallops & Shrimp Vegetable Dishes Rich Creamy Dressings

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Crisp & Clean: Generalized by a light color malt and final product, these beers will have a delicate impact and be refreshing on the palate. Cleaner profiles are well balanced between hop and malt with a hint of apple or pear. Malt-accented profiles will bring notes of bread or biscuit to the palate. Those with a brisk hop snappy finish bring spicy, herbal and floral aromas.

NAME, CATEGORY & PROFILE

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Most Common Beer Profiles:

COLOR

Beer 411 Beer Guide Wheat Wheat Beers Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Grainy Wheat

Blonde Pale Ales Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Bready/Wheat/Biscuit

Cream Ale Hybrid Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Grainy

Pilsner Pilsners Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Biscuit/Toast

Kolsch Hybrid Clean & Crisp

L M H

L M H

Biscuit/Sweet

Lager Pilsners Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Amber Ale Pale Ales Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Amber Lager Dark Lager Crisp & Clean

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Toast

Pale Ale Pale Ales Hoppy & Bitter

L M H

L M H

Biscuit/Bready/Caramel

IPA Indian Pale Ales Hoppy & Bitter

L M H

L M H

Imperial Indian Pale Indian Pale Ales Hoppy & Bitter

L M H

L M H

Biscuit/Bready/Caramel

Imperial Red Ale Strong Ales Hoppy & Bitter

L M H

L M H

Caramel

Black Ale Specialty Hoppy & Bitter

L M H

L M H

Pale Ale (ESB) Pale Ales Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Brown Ale Brown Ales Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Toffee/Nut/Sweet

GER

Maibock Bocks Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Bready/Toast/Caramel

USA

Brown Ale Brown Ales Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Chocolate/Toast

USA

GER

USA

ENG

None

Light Fruit

None

None

Light Pear, Apple or White Grape Grainy Subdued Fruit Caramel Subdued Fruit

None

Noticable Citrus, Pine or Floral Biscuit/Bready/Caramel Noticable Citrus, Pine or Floral

Strong Fruit

Subdued Fruit Caramel/Dark Roast Citrus, Floral or other Caramel/Bready Light to Moderate Fruit, Herbal

Subdued Fruit

Light Fruit

Noticable Fruit

Chicken, Salad, Bratwurst Sweet, Hot, Spicy Foods Grilled Shrimp Sushi & Roasted Chicken Bratwurst, Chicken, Fatty & Oily Seafood, Marbled Meats Sausage, Salads, Cucumbers, Margherita Pizza Thai, Latino, Pan-Asian Spicy Broth Dishes Burgers, Pasta, Sausage Pizza Pulled Pork BBQ Meats, Chili Wild Rice, Risotto, Burgers, Chicken, Seafood Quinoa, Burgers, Game Birds Grilled & Smoked Meats Pork Sausage & Loin, Pepperoni Pizza, Curry Spiced Dishes Smoked Brisket, Grilled Lamb Rich Intense Meats, Pastrami Game, Cured Meats & Seared Food Char-Grilled Meats & Seafood Seafood - Fish & Chips Roasted Chicken or Pork Beans, Grilled Roasted Meats Sausage, Nut Inspired Dishes Ham, Ribs, Smoked Meats Sausage & Pretzels Roasted Pork, Canadian Bacon Pizza, Grilled Sausage/Salmon


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Oktoberfest Dark Lager Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Doppelbock Bocks Malty & Sweet

L M H

L M H

Hefeweizen Wheat Beers Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Blonde Ale Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Tripel Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Witbier Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Pale Ale Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Saison Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

Quadrupel Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

GER

Bock Bocks Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

BEL

Dubble Belgium Style Fruity & Spicy

L M H

L M H

GER

Altbier Hybrid Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Biscuit

Dunkel Dark Lager Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Chocolate/Biscuit

ENG

Brown Porter Porters Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Toffee/Nut/Biscuit

USA

Imperial Porter Porters Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Cocoa

Stout Stouts Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Chocolate/Coffee

Imperial Stout Stouts Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Chocolate/Coffee/Cocoa

Oatmeal Stout Stouts Dark & Roasty

L M H

L M H

Caramel/Coffee/Chocolate

GER

BEL

ENG

Toast None Toasted Barley Light Prune, Plum or Grape Caramel/Toast Light Banana with hints of Clove Bready/Wheat/Biscuit Sweet with Light Spice & Fruit Caramel/Biscuit Orange, Banana, Mild Spice Caramel/Toast Orange, Coriander & Pepper Caramel/Toast Light Pear or Orange with Spice Biscuit/Toast/Caramel Light Orange, Lemon & Pepper Caramel/Dark Sugar Moderate Dark Fruits with Spice Nuts/Toast Subdued Fruit Caramel/Chocolate/Toast Banana with Spice & Pepper

Subdued Fruit

None

Light Fruit

Light Fruit

Subdued Fruit

Strong Fruit

Subdued Fruit

FOOD / CHEESE PAIRINGS

Sausage, Char-Grilled Meats Mexican Dishes Smoked Bacon, Cured Meats Seared Foods & Game Beans, Marlin, Halibut Sushi, Shell Fish & Cured Meats Chinese - Sweet & Sour, Thai Latino, Pan-Asian Spicy Dishes Basil, Pesto, Honey Baked Ham Proscuitto Shellfish -Mussels/Clams Citrus Dishes or Fish Tacos Seafood - Fish & Chips Halibut, Shellfish or Lamb Shellfish - Mussels & Clams Truffles, Rich Sauces Duck Strong Game Braised Short Rib or Jerked Dishes Pork Shoulder & Cajun Rich Meat Stews, Rib Roast Thick Steaks Pork Chops & Tenderloins Sausage, Roasted Chicken

Fruity & Spicy: The flavors in this profile are mainly derived from the yeast and are predominately found in Belgian style beers among other styles. Heavy notes of fruit and spice dominate the malt and hops. Sometimes actual fruit may be added to the brew­ing process to enhance the flavor. The variety of yeasts used to create these styles often bring much of the character found in the beer. Some of the flavors created by the yeast could be described as fruity notes of tart apple, pear, peach, lemon, apricot as well as spicy aromas of clove, pepper, cinna­mon, nutmeg, rose and sometimes a hint of smoke.

Dark & Roasty: Dark roasted malts contribute coffee and cocoa notes. The malt will come through stronger than the other flavor profiles. Typical of porters, stouts, black and brown ales the intense roasting of malt yields flavors of chocolate, nuts, coffee and sometimes brings a light fragrance of a dark fruit. Many stouts and black ale are produced from the darkest of roasts with notes of espresso, and dark chocolate sometimes complimented with hints of plums and cherries.

Hearty Roasted Meats Sausage & BBQ Blackened Fish, Char-Grilled Beef Sausages Grilled Ribeye, Roasted Duck Bacon & Smoked Meats Grilled Meats & Vegetables Carmelized Brown Sauces, Oyster Smoked Game, Rich Meats Chicken Marsala, Cheese Dishes Mexican Style Mole Dishes Game Meat & BBQ Beef

Not discussed or listed are tart & funky styles as these are not as common as other profiles. For more information, we suggest the following websites: Craftbeer.com Beeradvocate.com Brewersassociation.org


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