Oregon Declaration of Emergency Extended

Governor Kate Brown has extended the declaration of emergency for Oregon in regards to COVID-19 for an additional 60 days, until November 3, 2020. According to her official statement, “This Labor Day weekend is another critical moment in this crisis. “We can work together to stay safe and put Oregon on the path to return […]

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Stay Hydrated Apparel Now Available

Let’s face it: it’s hot outside and you need to stay hydrated. As a reminder, we just launched our first apparel campaign with Bonfire, a company whose mission is to help small businesses through the impacts of COVID closures by offering unique apparel opportunities. With this campaign, you basically visit one convenient site, shop nine […]

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Heights Alley Porches are Open

You can now enjoy cider, beer, wine, kombucha, and more in our new cider garden out back of our taproom! These Heights Alley Porches are the solution we found for our parklet structures when ODOT directed us they had to be removed from 12th Street after the City didn’t receive the right permitting. The space […]

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Examining an ODOT Response

I would like to start by sending huge appreciation to everyone who has commented on social media, written letters, reached out to ODOT, contacted media outlets, phoned representatives, and more in an attempt to save the parklet structures in Hood River. It’s always amazing to see our community come together over something that matters. I […]

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What to Expect in the Taproom

We are now ten days into Phase One Reopening in Hood River, and we’ve been learning some lessons from our colleagues who have already welcomed back customers. As of today, our plan is to incorporate that knowledge, along with the most updated guidelines from state officials and health experts to give you the best experience […]

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