At Beachcrest Brewing Company our smaller brewing system allows us to frequently rotate our offerings with an emphasis on seasonality and experimentation. We strive to make modern American styles along with classic European ones. Regular visitors will find the tap list changes weekly and there is always something new to enjoy.
Below you will find the beers we offer that you may find in the taproom. Don’t see your favorite? Don’t worry, we try to always offer styles to fit every taste and we listen to our fans!
Siletz Bay Hazy IPA
New England Style IPA
This Hazy IPA doesn’t have the crushing bitterness of a traditional West Coast IPA but instead has all the floral, fruity and tropical notes of our Northwest hops and drinks like a refreshing glass of hop juice. Just like the oftentimes-hazy Siletz Bay that our brewery borders, it’s an Oregon Coast classic.
South Pacific IPA
West Coast IPA with all New Zealand hops
Hops: Pacific Jade, Rakau, Motu, Wakatu
Notes of pineapple, pear and exotic tropical fruits marry with an ethanol sweetness and backbone of hoppy bitterness to take your mouth on a journey, like an exploration through an exotic forgotten island of the Pacific. It’s undeniably Tino pai!
Herbie’s Hazy Pale Ale
New England Style Pale Ale/Session IPA
Hops: Amarillo, Citra, Mosaic, Motu
Named after our family brewdog Herbie and dedicated to all the pups that love the beach, this hazy pale ale is bursting with citrus flavor and aroma but boasts a light, sessionable strength. Just like Herbie, it’s golden in color, full of bright, playful energy and is just begging to be taken outside into the sun or onto the beach.
Hoppy Beach Pale Ale
American Pale Ale
This single-hopped Mosaic pale ale uses multiple hop additions throughout the boil and in the fermentor to bring forward all the delicious characteristics of this delightful, multifaceted hop. Do you taste blueberries, mangos, stone fruit, bubblegum, tropical fruit, citrus, grass, pine, or spiciness? Let your senses go wild as you quaff this brew.
Gose with lime and sea salt
We may have created the ultimate beach beer. This is a sour beer that’ll convince you to like sours, the gateway to sour town. It’s light, crisp, tart, a little salty and has just the right amount of lime. We added kaffir lime leaves to the boil and straight lime juice after fermentation to conjure up the margarita of beers. Salud!
Common Time Kölsch
Hops: Tettnang, Saaz
Common Time is all about spending time with family and friends, taking a break, enjoying the passage of time. It’s also music’s most typical time signature, one that we can all feel and groove with. That’s what inspired our light, easy, approachable Kölsch. New to craft beer? Typically drink macros? Or maybe you just want something light and crisp to quaff on a sunny day on the coast? Spend some Common Time with our Kölsch.
Spiced Wheat Beer
Everybody loves the sunshine and we brewed this wheat ale with that in mind. Whether you’re chilling out on your patio, kicking back in a beach chair with your toes in the sand, or catching some rays on the deck at BCBC, this easy drinker is sure to fit the occasion. We added coriander, bitter orange peel and sweet orange peel to a 50% wheat malt bill while keeping the hops subtle, so this one feels like it’s been kissed by the sun. Enjoy it with a fresh slice of orange and enjoy your life in the sunshine.
Duo Belgian Dubbel
Hops: Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Tettnang
We were feeling a bit monkish when we brewed this Belgian brown ale in our tiny back abbey. Notes of dark dried fruit team up with a dry and malty backbone to make this highly drinkable. May inspire quiet introspection.
Trio Belgian Tripel
Hops: Saaz, Hersbrucker, Tettnang
Strong, golden, and full of European noble hops, it’s a playground for yeast esters and alcohol phenols to make merriment. May inspire revelation.
Northwest Red Ale
ABV 6% IBU 35
Hops: Liberty, Citra
Few things can rival a sunset on the Oregon Coast and our favorite way to take it in is with a raging fire in the sand and a cold pint in hand. This ale is dedicated to that moment. Malty, caramel notes pair with just the right amount of hoppiness create an exceptionally balanced and quaffable taste. Brewed for your favorite coastal moments.
Coastal Knight Imperial CDA
Imperial Cascadian Dark Ale
Hops: Cascade, Columbus, Warrior, Bravo, Chinook, Simcoe
Our Imperial Cascadian Dark Ale is similar to a strong black IPA but with just a hint of roastiness and a delightfully creamy mouthfeel that pairs perfectly with the piney, spicy, resinous hops of the Pacific Northwest. Like a night on the coast, it’s packed with wonder and delight.
Seisiún Irish Stout
Dry Irish Stout
Hops: East Kent Goldings
Seisiún is the Irish word for session and it stands for the things that this beer is all about: great music, great people, and a great place to spend time. When Irish musicians get together to play music, it’s called a session, and when a beer is low in alcohol but full of flavor it is said to be a session beer. That’s what this chocolaty, roasty, subtly peaty Irish style ale is all about. Sláinte!
Mayan Mole Stout
Mexican mole (pronounced mo-lay) sauce in beer form. Ancho, Guajillo, and Habañero chiles add flavor and just a touch of heat and cacao nibs and cinnamon sticks round out the flavors of this undeniably delicious brew.
Sea Storm Stout
There’s nothing subtle about this stout. Stick a fork in it, and it’ll likely stand up. It’s big and strong and not for the weak of will. Adventurous storm-seekers will find a delight for the senses in it’s pitch-black body, chocolate foam and bewitching aroma.
One-offs and small batch experiments
We love to experiment at BCBC, so we often make small batch brews that only last for a single keg. Sometimes we pull some extra wort from a batch and ferment it with a different yeast, sometimes we pull some fermented beer from a tank and age it on fruit, wood, spice or some other weird adjunct, sometimes we go crazy with dry hopping, sometimes we do a combination of multiple things. If a beer is popular enough, you may see it become a mainstay in the lineup. To catch our small batch one-off experiments, make sure you follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter, these tend to go quickly! Keep an ear to the ground for kick the keg events and similar occasions where these beers may only last a few hours!
Mango Milkshake IPA
Our Mango Milkshake IPA was a fun experimental modification of our crowd-pleasing Siletz Bay Hazy IPA. Huge hop flavor and aroma combine with mango, vanilla bean and milk sugar to make a fruity, hoppy, creamy delight of a beer. It’s a little sweet, a little bitter, a little tart and a whole lot of yummy-in-your-tummy. This was a one-off experiment, and it’s only available until the keg kicks, so come by and help us drink this celebration of mango-beer deliciousness.
Belgian Tripel aged on tart raspberries
Hops: Saaz, Hersbrucker, Tettnang
We took our Trio Tripel and aged it on raspberries to make something truly special. It’s a little tart, a little sweet, refreshing and strong, complicated and yet approachable. A taste of springtime for your tastebuds.
On Tap - AvAilable Now
Siletz Bay Hazy IPA 6.1% ABV 55 IBU
Backbeat Brut IPA 6.0% ABV 65 IBU
South Pacific IPA 7.4% ABV 71 IBU
Hoppy Beach Pale Ale 6.8% ABV 43 IBU
Goserita 4.7% ABV 7 IBU
Common Time Kölsch 4.2% ABV 22IBU
Sundeck Wheat 5.4% ABV 12 IBU
Bonfire Red 6% ABV 35 IBU
Sweet n’ Tart Raspberry Strong Ale 10%ABV 35 IBU
Trio Belgian Tripel 8.4 % ABV 35 IBU
Seisiun Dry Irish Stout 4.6% ABV 39 IBU
Mayan Mole Stout 8.2% ABV 46 IBU
Fermenting - Coming Soon
Strawberry Milkshake IPA
Kveik Experimental Tripel
Double Dry Hopped Hazy South Pacific
Imperial Cascadian Dark Ale
Goserita Añejo aged on tequila and oak
Devil in the Lake Barrel Aged Imperial