Craft Beer & Cider

Oregon beer has garnered national recognition with sustainable brewing, award-winning craft brews, distinctively cool microbreweries and burgeoning gastropubs.

Throughout the region, beer aficionados appreciate the variety of beer from international selections to home brews poured at local sports bars, breweries, beer gardens, bottle shops, taphouses and growler fill stations.

Eugene's Whiteaker neighborhood, home to regionally-distributed Ninkasi Brewing Company, has become a fermentation district featuring cider houses and distilleries alongside the breweries. Join the locals tasting small-batch, hand-crafted beer along the Eugene Ale Trail.

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Beer Festivals & Events

Beer events range from the Oregon Coast to the Cascades year-round. February features Eugene's KLCC Microbrew Festival, celebrating microbrews and music. In spring, partake in Eugene Beer Week with a variety of special events taking place across the many breweries. And up in Oakridge enjoy the summertime Keg and Cask Festival. There is always something happening at the local breweries along the Eugene Ale Trail!

Breweries, Taphouses & Pubs

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Dedicated cideries are popping up, fueled by the increasing interest in gluten-free diets, locovore dining and hard cider's fresh flavors. Eugene's popular Wildcraft Cider Works utilizes Oregon fruit and botanicals to make unpasteurized hard ciders without any artificial flavorings, sulfites or added sweeteners. They also host a community apple drive each fall, accepting fallen and unwanted apples, pears and plums from residential backyards in exchange for a share of community-made juice or cider.

House-crafted hard ciders are also catching on at local breweries, as brewers are starting to add cider to their tap line-ups. Elk Horn Brewery presses and ferments a rainbow of their own delicious ciders from blueberries, raspberries cherries and oranges.

You can visit both Wildcraft Cider Works and Elk Horn Brewery as part of the Eugene Ale Trail!

And wineries are getting into the orchard too, with King Estate's recent release of pear and apple ciders.

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While you are out on your pub crawl, please use chauffeured transportation or designate a sober driver. Uber and Lyft are available for last minute rides. Below is a list of taxis, limousines and fun ways to roll across the region. 


The Whiteaker neighborhood is a residential area with several breweries (Ninkasi, Hop Valley, Oakshire and Falling Sky Pour House) on the Eugene Ale Trail. Parking is limited and carpooling is highly recommended. Please be respectful. Always avoid blocking driveways. Responsibly walk or cab when consuming adult beverages.


Oregon Taxi

  • 701 High St, Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 541.434.8294

Emerald City Pedicab

  • Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 541.833.0022

Sunshine Limo Service & Wine Tours

  • 191B Wallis St, Eugene OR 97402
  • P: 541.344.5466

My Party Bus

  • Serving Lane County and most of Oregon, Eugene OR 97402
  • P: 541.554.7979

America's Hub World Tours: Eugene Oregon

  • 205 E. 6th Ave., Eugene OR 97440-0253
  • P: 503.896.2464

Best Oregon Tours

  • Serving Eugene, Cascades & Coast, Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 503.572.5323

Sip, Savor, Explore Oregon


Oregon Tour Experts

  • PO Box 253, Eugene OR 97440-0253
  • P: 503.896.2464

Lane Transit District (LTD)

  • 1080 Willamette St, Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 541.687.5555


  • 819 E Main St, Cottage Grove OR 97424
  • P: 541.566.7442


  • Our ultra pure water from the McKenzie River
  • An emphasis on local and regional ingredients from hops to grains
  • A local legacy of home-brewing before, during and after prohibition

The Whiteaker neighborhood and downtown Eugene hubs are infused with bottleshops, taphouses and growler fill stations. There is great pride in the local beer, which graces many restaurant menus and even turns up at urban wine bars. So really, there is no excuse for not drinking good beer while in town.

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