Portland beer lovers rejoyce (sic): Hop Valley Brewing Company’s popular products will finally be available throughout the metro area.
“We’ve self-distributed on a limited basis within the Portland area for a few years,” says Hop Valley co-owner Jonas Kungys. “We’re excited that our new brewing facility will increase our capacity enough to fully serve the market.”
This evening from 5-8pm Hop Valley will host a special event at Belmont Station. Located at 4500 SE Stark, Belmont Station features more than 1,200 beers, now including Hop Valley. A firkin of dry hopped Alpha Centauri and other beers from Hop Valley’s portfolio will be available for sampling.
Founded in 2009, Hop Valley brews over a dozen distinctive Northwest beers. The company owns and operates a brewery and restaurant in Springfield along I-5. To meet increased customer demand, Hop Valley is currently rennovating a building in Eugene’s historic Whiteaker neighborhood a few blocks from Ninkasi and Oakshire. The facility will house Hop Valley’s new 60-bbl brew system and a 2,000 square foot tasting room.
This post was written by admin on May 8, 2013