Oregon’s first commercial hop-growing operation was started in Buena Vista (Polk County) in 1867, but by 1880 most of the state’s hops were being grown in Springfield.  In fact, the original Hop Valley Brewery and Restaurant was built on land that once was the epicenter of the hop-growing world.  In addition to Springfield, hops were being grown in Santa Clara, Crow, Coburg and Goshen. (Legend has it this is where the phrase “a hopping place” originated, but it is our legend and thus is, more than likely, a complete fabrication.)

Our Beers

Alpha Centauri

American Double / Imperial IPA

Alphadelic IPA

American IPA

Bubble Stash

American IPA

Czech Your Head

Czech Pilsner

Doubledelic IIPA

American Double / Imperial IPA



Light Me Up Lager

American Pale Lager

Macho Libre IPA

American Double / Imperial IPA

Mild At Heart

English Dark Mild Ale

Paint'n the Town Brown

English Brown Ale

Pinot Aged Saiblonde

Saison / Farmhouse Ale


American IPA

Red Ale

American Amber / Red Ale


American Pale Ale (APA)

Secret Chief

American Stout

Solid Baby

American IPA

Blonde Ale

Seasonal American Blonde Ale

Citrus Mistress

Seasonal American IPA

Neon Prince

Seasonal American IPA