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New breweries, event on the Tap Trail

Jarrod Lyman | 07/30/2018 | Beer, Cider, and Distilling, Food & Drink

Mt. Hood Territory stainless steel pint glass at Jonsrud Viewpoint

The Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail has been a boon for beer lovers, cider enthusiasts and even spirited spirit fans. Yet there's some out there who have yet to download the free mobile passport to enjoy discounts at spots throughout the region. So we're throwing a bit more incentive your way.

A few more breweries have joined the list, bringing the total up to 15 breweries, cideries and even a meadery and distillery. Stickmen Brewery is in the town of Lake Oswego; or on Lake Oswego, if you prefer, as they're located along the banks of the water. The killer view makes Stickmen a perfect spot to sample a flight and hang out on a warm summer day. The other newcomer is Willamette Ale and Cider House in West Linn. They're a recently-opened business that has been delighting craft beer and cider lovers in West Linn's historic Willamette District. Estacada favorite Fearless Brewing has also joined the ranks. Their brews, made from the "magical waters of the Clackamas River" make this small-town brewery a popular stop for visitors traveling through the area. 

Related: Willamette Ale and Cider House fun new option in West Linn

If that weren't enough, we're adding our first event to the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail passport. The inaugural Boring Beerfest is happening August 24-26 at Boring Brewing. At least seven breweries from the Tap Trail are taking part, as well as 11 others from throughout the region and beyond. It's a great chance to find some new brews to add to your list of favorites. If you've yet to download the passport, you'll want to do so at the festival as it will count as one of your ten redemptions necessary to get your free stainless steel Mt. Hood Tap Trail pint glass.  

Summer is definitely in full swing here in Mt. Hood Territory, and what better way to cool off than with a could brew at one of our local breweries. And what better way to do that than with discounts via our Tap Trail mobile passport. See you on the Tap Trail! 

Next steps:
Download the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail mobile passport
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