Boring Brewing's backyard with fire pit, umbrella picnic table and corn hole games

Boring Brewing: nothing boring at all about this place

Jarrod Lyman | 10/18/2017 | Food & Drink

Boring Brewing growler and beer

Nestled near highway 212 is the small town of Boring. While the name is actually not disparaging commentary on the activity of the town as it's actually named after one of the early settlers, jokes poking fun at the double meaning are common. Those jokes are certainly not relevant to beer lovers however, as the all new Boring Brewing is making long time fans of the craft brewery happy, and winning over new fans as well.

Boring Brewing logoBoring Brewing has been a mainstay here since 2012. Originally located along the town's main core, new owner Bill Schwartz bought the business from the prior owner, who was looking to retire. The timing worked perfectly, as Schwartz was looking to locate a brewery along with Boring Winery, which has just opened at their location just off Highway 26 on Haley Rd. It's a match made in crafter's heaven, as the two businesses make their amazing creations and sell them to the world in a shared space that is inviting and comfortable.

Long-time lovers of Boring Brewing are happy that the five mainstay beers remain on tap, and always will. Beers like the Boring RyPA and Boring Brown continue to be favorites. Added to the mix are some seasonal creations like the Hot Scotch, a Scotish ale brewed with Scotch bonnet peppers. It has just enough heat to let you know you've got some peppers there without torching your tastebuds and rendering them useless after a couple sips. Another tap is reserved for experimental creations for brewer Tom Schwartz, who creates some truly amazing creations with whatever ingredients they have one hand and an impressive imagination.

Not only does the brewery have a great selection of craft beers, but the space is perfect for gatherings. There is a gorgeous outdoor space with awesome views of the surrounding farms and foothills. There's enough room for more than 100 people out there, so keep Boring Brewing in mind for your next party.

We're also proud to announce that Boring Brewing is one of the partners of our Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail. It's a free mobile passport that grants you discounts at 15 locations including breweries, cideries and even a meadery and distillery. Redeeming your passport at 10 of the locations and you will receive a free stainless steel pint glass. Learn more at our Tap Trail page.

Jarrod Lyman has more than 13 years tourism experience. He is currently loving his job overseeing content for the #omht Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest

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