A Tour to the Oregon Coastal Breweries

Craft Beer
Meet The Maker, Brewery Tour
Pick up, Tour guide
Nature, Cultural
Minimum Drinking Age
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Activity Overview
Oregon’s coastline is one of the most scenic spots worth visiting; you’ll love the spectacular cliffs, offshore rocks, wide beaches and majestic capes; just to mention a few. The tour is scheduled to pass through Astoria town, cannon beach, and Haystack Rock to experience the fascinating Oregon Coastline.

We’ll first pull over at the Astoria Column. The 600 feet column was built in 1926 at the first Permanent American settlement on the west side of Rockies. Well, this monument is the only one of its kind in the world. Quite impressive, right? Later, you’ll proceed to Astoria breweries for lunch and beer tasting. Here, you’ll have a clear view of ships passing along the Columbia River. You’ll pass through Wet Dog café & Brewery, Buoy Beer Company, Fort George Brewery, and Rogue Ales Public House. You’ll have the chance to learn a few secrets about their beer labels.

We’ll proceed to the Cannon Beach. Here, you’ll love the sight of the beach town, shopping facilities, art galleries, and restaurants; just to mention a few. How about cruising around to glimpse the whole allure of the city? Later, you’ll have a guided tour to Haystack Rock. Depending on time, we’ll pull over one of the following;
  • Pelican Brewery
  • Public Coast Brewing Company
You’ll definitely enjoy what Oregon has to offer before returning to Portland!
Start Time
Weekly on Monday, Wednesday, Friday9:00 AM
8 H
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Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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