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Keg Sales

Please call our brewery in NE Portland, Oregon at 503-282-4948 to reserve your keg. Get directions to our brewery.
Due to high demand for our craft beer, dock sales are limited– we are a small brewery after all. All kegs are filled to order on a first come, first serve basis.
Curious about your beer choices? Head over to our Year-Round Beer page for our flagships, like Workhorse IPA and Free Range Red Ale, or our Seasonal Beer Page for even more. Because of the cost of specialty ingredients used in it's products Kids These Daze Hazy IPA is sold at the Imperial dock sale price. Please note, seeing a particular beer on our site does not confirm we are currently able to fill a keg of it for you. Please call our brewery to check if your choices are available.

Full Keg (aka Half-Barrel)    15.5 gallons/124 pints    $170 for Conventional/$190 Imperial  

Quarter Barrel (aka Pony Keg)   7.75 gallons/62 pints   $90 for Conventional/$110 Imperial

Customer 5 Gallon    Cornelius Refills    $65 for Conventional/$80 Imperial      

            Customer 3 Gallon    Cornelius Refills    $40 for Conventional/$50 Imperial

 Corny pick-ups are available after 2pm on Mondays and Fridays.  A $20 cleaning will be assessed for any dirty kegs.

Prices include rental of tap and ice buckets if needed.
Taps and buckets are available on a first come, first serve basis.
There is a $150 refundable deposit due upon pick-up for each keg.
We require 48 business day hours to fill keg reservations.  We ask that kegs be returned within one week.
Special arrangements can be made for kegs to be used on home draft systems.
Kegs can be picked up at the Laurelwood Public House at NE 51st and Sandy.
Sale hours are 11AM to 8PM every day.
Sorry, Oregon regulations prohibit us from delivering beer to non-licensed establishments.
And if you’re getting a keg, you should check out our new biodegradable cups — another way for us to be green!
They’re $7 for a sleeve of 50, and they’re made out of NatureWorks biopolymer, a resin derived entirely from corn.