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Brew Pubs

Astoria Brewing Company at the Chart Room
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1196 Marine Drive
503-325-6975
Steve and Karen Allen, of the Wet Dog Cafe and Brewing renovated the Chart Room and are in the process of buying the Andrew & Steve's building.

"It's the old look still, but clean and nicer. Classier," said Andy Huber, who has overseen the renovation and reopening of the bar.

Huber said they plan to install video poker, video lotto and Keno machines within a week or so. The bar will serve a hearty menu featuring appetizers, chili, deli sandwiches, German sausage, shepherd's pie and pizza subs.

For opening night, there will be live music 9-11 p.m
Buoy Beer Company
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#2 - 7th Street
503-468-0800
Here, one of the West's most relentless rivers meets the wilderness of an entire ocean. The unstoppable meets the unyielding. And here, a community with grit and backbone make that meeting work.

The river that built a town is home for building this beer. A place where hard work and hustle matter; where the local color has seen a little weather; where the newest generation wasn't born yesterday.

This is beer with history to it; a story to unfold, a tale to be told. Brewed from this confluence of pride and place. New beer, with a few centuries under its belt. Beer you can savor and share. Made of a few pure ingredients and a whole lot of local flavor.

Just like the town it comes from.
Fort George Brewery + Public House
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1483 Duane St.
503-325-PINT 503-325-7468
Brew masters Chris and Jack's brewpub showcases unique and tasty beer recipes, homemade sausages and menu items made with the freshest organic local ingredients. On the second floor artisan pizza is baked in a wood-fired oven.
Beers are sold to go by the growler or by the keg. Located on the site of the original Fort George settlement, a truly historic site and a fun atmosphere. Sundays we have live music starting at 8pm. Never a Cover charge.
Fort George/Lovell Brewery + Taproom
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1483 Duane St.
503-325-7468
As the Fort George Brewery stretched out into a brewery block in late 2010, the Lovell Auto Building was renovated to house a 30 barrel brewhouse, canning line, and taproom. Much like the Lovell Arcade of old, as the brewery expands we have hosted markets, speeches, and concerts. The brewery and taproom is open to the public Friday through Sunday. This space will continue to evolve just like our beers.
North Coast Distilling
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1270 Duane St, Astoria, OR 97103
North Coast Distilling started back in a holler in Tennessee, as a thought after tasting some moonshine. At which point we set out to produce a quality product that can actually be enjoyed . This desire soon became a passion and took hold, and years later NCD was born in Astoria, Oregon. What better place to express the rugged individualism embodied in the the history of distilling then the oldest settlement west of the rockies.
Vodka, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Bourbon, and Moonshine. Oregon Tasting Room Open Thur-Fri 3-6 Sat 1-6 Sun 12-4
Rogue Public House
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100 39th St. Pier 39
503-325-5964
Opened in July 2007 in the former Bumble Bee Tuna cannery on Pier 39. Features micro brews, meeting and party space, burgers, pizza and outside seating, all with a Columbia River view.
Wet Dog Cafe & Astoria Brewing House
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144 11th St.
503-325-6975
The Wet Dog Cafe since 1995 and brewpub since 1997 (Pacific Rim Brewing Co.), is located on Astoria's waterfront next to the Trolley tracks. We serve handcrafted beers, burgers, seafood, and American food. You will also find live and DJ music, & a pool hall for your entertainment.
Liberty Theater