Oregon City Brewing is the latest brewery to shift to packaging since the pandemic and has went so far as to put a dozen beers into 16oz cans. The new cans are available for pick-up from noon-8pm Wed.-Sun. from the brewery’s Olympio Provisions kitchen window. You can also pick up pre-orders of 32oz crowlers, growler fills, keg an merch sales and bottles of the ‘Coming To Fruition’ sour series from 3-6pm Wed.-Sat.
More from a press release:
Over two different days, Oregon City Brewing and Craft Canning packaged a dozen beers, including: OC Lite (2020 Best of Craft Beer Awards Bronze Medal Winner in the American-Style Light Lager Category); Provision Pilsner; Elevator IPA; The Bryce Is Right Hazy IPA; Guavador Dalí IPA with guava; Light Savor IPA; 5th Flight Hazy Imperial IPA; Pablo Apricasso Double IPA with apricot; Sunny & Cher-ry Wheat; Rosie’s Riveting Razz raspberry sour; and Stout Chocula Imperial Chocolate Stout.
Oregon City Brewing also released a new beer available only in cans: Off Key key lime sour. This tart kettle sour features key limes, salt, lactose, vanilla, and cinnamon, and is a perfect rendition of a slice of key lime pie.
Keeping the new sour releases going, Oregon City Brewing also debuted Meteor Sour, a mixed-fermentation sour dry-hopped with Belma and Citra. It’s available for pre-ordered crowlers starting Monday, May 18th.
Prices for the 4-packs range from $8 to $14. Oregon City Brewing also hopes to can more beers sometime in June. More info regarding the beers, ordering and pick up can be found at ocbeerco.com.
More about Oregon City Brewing:
The American dream is starting a business in your garage. Then growing out of the garage and transforming a derelict carpet store into a living room for the community. Our goal is to build a multi-generational business where employees and customers are treated like family. Oregon City Brewing is a new American brewery, the product of our thriving Oregon craft beer culture, shaped deeply by Oregon City values: quality craftsmanship and a spirit of innovation. “We were born and raised in Oregon City and most of our family still lives there,” co-owner Bryce Morrow says. The last time there was a brewery in downtown Oregon City was 1895 by Henry Weinhard. Oregon City Brewing aims to do Henry proud by pioneering beer for the Pioneer City. Visit Oregon City Brewing at ocbeerco.com.
Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing. He has also had a hand in creating events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival, Portland Beer Week, and the Brewing up Cocktails series. He is available for freelance consultation in marketing, events, graphic design and branding.