Please Note: Due to health and safety guidelines set forth by the State of Oregon, Tap Trail locations are temporarily closed or offering carry-out only. You can still download the passport for inspiration for future craft beer tasting, and the one year period to complete your passport won’t start until your first brewery, cider or distillery visit. If you are currently close to completing a Tap Trail passport and would like your expiration date extended, please contact email@example.com.
The Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail is our version of a passport program connecting our region's breweries, cideries and distilleries along a "Trail". It’s a free downloadable app to your mobile device that offers discounts redeemed at each location via redemption codes. There are 16 participating businesses in the passport and if you redeem at 10 or more locations within a year, you can earn our Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail stainless pint glass!
So sign up for the FREE mobile passport below while it’s on your mind. Then start redeeming at one of our participating breweries/cideries/distillery to begin your year-long passport for the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail.
12 Bridge Ciderworks • 503 Distilling • Bent Shovel Brewing • Boring Brewing Co. • Bunsenbrewer • Coin Toss Brewing Company • Fearless Brewing Company • Happy Valley Ciderworks • Oregon City Brewing Co. • Portland Cider Company • Shattered Oak Brewing • Stickmen Brewing • Stone Circle Cider • Trail Distilling • Vanguard Brewing • Willamette Ale and Cider House
Be sure to read the rules of the Tap Trail below before you head out to partake in the offerings. Remember to ask your server to enter that location's unique redemption code in your mobile passport before leaving that location (and your discount has been applied to your purchase). Once you have redeemed at 10 of the locations within a year from the date of your first redemption, then stop by the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City during their operating hours to receive your free pint glass.
Before you depart on the Tap Trail, identify who your designated driver will be or check schedules and rates of buses and car-sharing companies to ensure your (and others) safety in getting home. Mt. Hood Territory does NOT encourage driving yourself while making stops along the Tap Trail.