Brewery tours are available!
Inquire by phone before your visit.

Interested in purchasing a keg? Call the brewery at (503) 640-6174 and review the frequently asked questions.

Distillery and Brewery tours available, please call 503-640-6174 for tour times.

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About Cornelius Pass Roadhouse Brewery

6 Barrel Brewhouse 
Established: May 1986 
2014 Brewery Production:  288 batches • 3515 kegs • 435,860 pints

Initially housed in the old Roadhouse, this small Hillsboro brewery shared space with the restaurant kitchen (to the point of using the same hood fan as the burger grill) and featured old school open fermenters. A decade later, the Roadhouse Brewery got its own decidedly upscale quarters.
Among the multitude of memorable ales brewed here is John Harris' Old Samhain, which was created in 1987 using the fruit of the grapevines growing wild on the property. Old Bushwacker, a Bart Hance creation, was one of McMenamins earliest representations of the Barleywine style. And the venerable Barn Owl Bitter, named for a nocturnal winged resident of the property, remains cherished by many.
Current property favorites brewed on premise include the Silvercone India Pale Lager, Dark Star Cascadian Dark Ale and Pole Ax Strong Ale, with the occasional Oatmeal Vanilla Stout mixed in for good measure.
Every July brings the annual Roadhouse Brewfest, hosted by your cheerful house brewers Chris Oslin and Brady Romtvedt, and featuring special concoctions from several of our breweries in Oregon and Washington as well as libations from honored guests from other local and regional breweries. CPR is also a participant in the Organic Brew Festival.

$8 Growler Mondays

Head to any of our pubs every Monday and bring your 2-quart growler to have it filled with a McMenamins craft beer for $8 ($10 for high gravity beers).

Regular price $14 - $17.
Note: This special does not apply to cider or brewmasters reserves. 

Check out what's ON TAP on the free McMenamins app.
Apple App Store   Google Play store for Android  

On Tap To Go
(not including growler or jar)

Hard Cider To Go
(not including growler or jar)

1 quart  $7.00-$8.50 1 quart $8.80
2 quarts  $14.00-$17.00 2 quarts $17.60


Half-Gallon Growlers 
We're offering these special 64-ounce growlers (think a glass moonshine jug) that are now engraved with many different company seasonal logos and other assorted graphics! Use it time and time again, or keep it as a memento from your visit. 
Available at all locations

Cans To Go
Our 16-ounce cans of our signature Ruby and Hammerhead are available to-go at all locations. Crack ‘em open and enjoy on the beach, in a backyard....bottle openers are no longer required. 

Offered at our 23rd Avenue Bottle Shop
Prices vary

We're now offering Crowlers - a mashup of can and growler - in a 32-ounce vessel that we fill fresh from a tap of your choice and seal up to-go. Choose from our 20 rotating taps of McMenamins' and guest breweries handcrafted offerings, including cider and high-gravity selections.

Kegs/Cornelius Cans
$120/15.5 gallon plus refundable keg and equipment deposits

At select breweries we can also fill Cornelius canisters. Call the brewery to make arrangements.  You will need to bring your clean canister and leave it with the brewer for filling.  You cannot just drop in and get a canister filled unannounced.

Current pricing on Cornelius canisters is $50 for 5 gallons, $30 for 3 gallons.  If you have a different size Cornelius canister figure on $10 per gallon.

Order a keg of McMenamins brew for your next party from one of our Oregon or Washington breweries! Different varieties are available at each location, so call ahead to see what beers are on hand.

All sales are final. We do not offer refunds.

Shipping Beer
Now shipping to anywhere in Oregon
Call the Edgefield Gift Shop to order:
7 a.m.–7 p.m. Pacific Time

Bottles: $5.60 per bottle
Cans: $2.75 per can
Plus shipping and handling
Max 24 bottles/cans per order per state law

Why can't you ship elsewhere?
While Oregon law allows us to ship outside of the state, individual state laws prohibit us to ship beer directly to consumers.