Mt. Hood Territory is filled with great craft breweries, award-winning distilleries and on-farm cideries. And thanks to outdoor spaces, special menus and fun activities, some are especially enjoyable for both the adults and the kids in your group. Here are a few of the more family-friendly breweries, distilleries and cideries on the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail. Don't forget to check in on the Tap Trail as you and your family visit these stops to earn prizes along the way.
36797 SE Kemp Rd, Estacada, OR 97023 | stonecirclecider.com
Located on a farm in Estacada, Stone Circle Cider offers a great location for kids to explore, including a pond that is perfect for spotting ducks and other birds and a large, flat grassy area that is perfect for playing bocce (available to borrow) or just run and play in. Stone Circle Cider creates hard ciders in the traditional Southwest English style, focusing on simplicity, drinkability and creating a diverse array of beautiful and complex flavors. Each step of the cider making process, from growing specialty cider apples to aging cider throughout the season, is handcrafted to perfection.
27221 S Dryland Rd, Canby, OR 97013 | tmkcreamery.com
What could be more family-friendly than a distillery literally located on a farm — and even better, one where you can pet the cows. TMK Creamery is the world's first Farmstead Creamery plus distillery. They offer free tours where you can meet the cows on the farm, (called cowlebrities), watch the cheese-making process, purchase cheese from the shop, and yes, even get some Cowcohol. TMK Creamery upcycles whey leftover from their cheese-making process into Cowcohol. This vodka offers a smooth finish that is perfect for sipping or in your favorite cocktails.
87304 Government Camp Loop, Government Camp, OR 97028 | mthoodbrewing.com
Located in the perfect spot for a meal after a day of exploring Mt. Hood, Mt. Hood Brewing offers a kids menu and a family-friendly atmosphere. And when the weather is nice their outdoor patio is the place to be! Take in great views and plan your next Mt. Hood adventure.
1401 Washington St, Oregon City, OR 97045 | ocbeerco.com
Oregon City Brewing is home to not just great beer, but also 10 food cart vendors on site that are independently owned and operated. Their covered, heated outdoor seating area is perfect for families to hang out. And with so many food options, even the pickiest of kids should find something they'll want to eat. They also make their own non-alcoholic sodas called Olallie Pops! These house-made sodas are all-natural and caffeine-free, with no artificial color or flavoring, and made with 100% cane sugar. They come in a variety of flavors including root beer, lemon-lime, cola and cream soda. (Photo credit: @bluehavenmedia)
40 N. State St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 | stickmenbeer.com
The Lake Oswego brewery location offers indoor and outdoor waterfront dining with amazing views of the lake. Additionally the menu offers kid-friendly items like french fries and mac and cheese.
8925 SE Jannsen Road, Bldg. F, Clackamas, OR 97015 | portlandcider.com
Located right off I-205 in Clackamas is the Portland Cider Company production cidery with a taproom and restaurant featuring 18 taps of Portland Cider specialties and Northwest craft beer or wine. They offer a full English pub menu with a grilled cheese sandwich or large pretzel with cheese for the kids. The Clackamas Pub is the perfect neighborhood spot with a warm feel. It's minor friendly all hours.