About Grains of Wrath Brewing
Founded steps from a paper-mill in a gutted auto parts store in 2018, come on down to our Camas, WA gastropub to see where it all started; or saddle up to the bar in our new Portland taphouse, equipped with an additional 15-barrel steam system. Masks are required and are provided for those that do not have one. For anybody claiming exemption for any reason, we kindly refuse dining service and are happy to offer curbside pickup for to-go food and beverage.
Grains of Wrath started as an idea and quickly grew into a reality. With our highly experienced team we hope to bring top quality craft beer, fresh & local food, amazing service and a fun place to hang out for many years to come.
History does not unfold, it gets rebuilt. As passionate as we are about cutting up top-quality grains into new evolutions of grist to be mashed and brewed into beer, we’re equally as dedicated to making sure we’re honoring the memory of those before us, both in craft and location. Camas is a special place, resting in the foothills of the Columbia River Gorge, with an industry baron-meets-workingman’s past of paper and sawmills, and a small, but passionate auto scene. So when we found a historic auto-shop on the corner-entrance to town dating back to the 30s, we knew we found our headquarters. Salvaging every scrap of timber found for our tables and the subfloor rough cut beams for our bar, once we put the ten-barrel pub system in and cranked open the new garage doors, it’s been an honorable ride pouring pints and tabling foods for our wonderful community.
If you build it, the barrels will come. Like our Camas HQ, history is everything. Being a part of one of the country’s most groundbreaking craft scenes is not lost upon us. Since our first pint, it’s been a goal to not just have a foothold across-the-river, but to give-back to and carry on the narrative that is the Portland ‘beervana’ scene. Seeded with a little luck and desire to be in Portland, we found a fellow perfect second home in the old Lompoc Brewery in the city’s Fifth Quadrant. Reviving the 23-year-old fixture of the old guard Portland scene, we kept the bones of the mid-century gem in place, which also was once an auto-shop back in its prime. Revving it back up for another journey with a 15-barrel steam system, another set of garage doors and a refurbished kitchen, we are stoked to be able to offer Grains of Wrath, PDX.
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