The Oregon Health Authority requires that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings in public indoor spaces.
Bent Shovel Beer Garden

Explore craft beer culture and meet new friends, neighbors on the Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail

Now that the warm, sunny days of spring are back, it’s a perfect time to get out and meet new neighbors and friends throughout Estacada, Sandy, Boring and other communities. An on-farm cidery and a cutting-edge brewery concept from the mind of a brilliant biochemist are just a couple of the creative, innovative and tasty places waiting to be discovered.

The Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail is a free mobile passport that will get you discounts and specials at 15 local breweries, cideries and distilleries, including to-go and outdoor options. If you redeem at 10 or more locations within a year, you can earn a Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail stainless pint glass.

Tap Trail highlights


Beeriodic Table

You can order beers from this beeriodic table of "ale-lements" at Bunsenbrewer.

The Boring Brewing Co. has a variety of tasty beers on tap, including the Rosemary Oatmeal Stout and the Hot Stotch Scottish ale.



Once you’ve redeemed at 10 or more locations within a year and you’re ready to pick up your Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail stainless pint glass, head to a taproom in downtown Estacada.  Clackamas River Growlers is the exclusive pint glass pickup location and has 32 rotating taps of local and unique beers and ciders. The owners of this community-centric spot are deaf, so they have created several fun ways to order your drink, including posting American Sign Language hand signs on each of the taps and providing pads of paper for passing notes.

Learn more at