At 2 Towns Ciderhouse we believe that the long history of cidermaking demands respect and deserves to be done right. Starting with the highest quality, whole ingredients from local farms, we take no shortcuts in crafting our ciders. We refuse to add processed sugars, concentrates or artificial flavors, and instead use slow, cold fermentation methods to allow the fruit to speak for itself. As a family-owned company, we are committed to the growth of our team and enrichment of our communities. We take pride in producing a true Northwest craft cider.
Award-Winning Craft Spirits Dedicated to Honoring, Remembering and Giving Back.
This distillery is dedicated to all U.S war veterans and active service members that have served our country. More specifically and on a very personal level, I have dedicated the distillery to the casualties of four combat soldiers who I served with in the Oregon National Guard 2 Battalion, 162 Infantry Bridgade. Lt. Erik McCrae, Sgt. Justin Linden, Sgt. Justin Eyerly and Sgt. David Roustum. These four men lost their lives in 2004 while serving in Baghdad, Iraq. I will forever honor their courage and sacrifice.
Located in the 503 area code, we are a craft distillery that appreciates innovation and creativity. We feel there’s nothing better than sharing your favorite drink while sitting in your favorite place. Our goal is to provide you with the freshest ready-to-drink cocktails and spirits on the planet. We hope you share our passion for the canned cocktail revolution and learn to think outside the bottle.
Thirty One products are a fun creative way to organize, accessorize and monogram with your personal style. Totes, purses, organizational, home decor and thermal products.
Thirty One has fashionable mango wood and rustic iron touches home decor, organizational products, crafting caddies, utility totes for storage and shopping, stylish handbags and wallets, thermal casserole carriers, shopping thermals, thermal picnic totes and lunch bags, baby and diaper bags with built in thermal pouches. Monogramming adds a unique special touch to inspire and bring joyful memories to anyone.
Aria Portland Dry Gin is distilled by hand in the heart of Northwest Portland, Oregon. Aria is a classic English inspired gin made using traditional British ingredients and distillation techniques and is true to the London Dry style.
Aria was created by a seventeen-year professional bartender, for bartenders, with cocktails in mind. Aria is a versatile gin which works well in any classic gin cocktail, especially a Martini, or it can be the basis for experimentation and creativity. It is also approachable enough to be enjoyed neat or straight over ice
Aria is full bodied and boldly aromatic. Juniper is up front—obvious on the first nosing and initially on the palate. Underneath the juniper, layers of bright citrus, earthy undertones, floral highlights and subtle spicy notes reveal themselves, both on the nose and palate, though none are overpowering. All of the layers of flavor are balanced. The pristine Bull Run water use to cut Aria after distillation provides a rich, creamy mouthfeel. The finish is long and soft.
The recipe for Aria was developed over the course of four years and hundreds of test distillations. Aria is handmade and batch distilled with ten classic gin botanicals that were carefully chosen to create a flavor profile that has depth and complexity, but above all a perfect sense of balance.
Family run winery focusing on more unusual varietals, and making good wine affordable.
August Cellars is a family run winery that likes to focus on more unusual wine varieties. We keep our prices lower, so that we can be your "Tuesday Night Wine". In other words we want to be able to be the wine you can drink on a daily basis.
We prefer to age the wines for you, so most of our wines are a bit more on the vintage side of things.
Bandon Rain, had it's beginnings in 2013, when third-generation cranberry farmer and Bandon, Oregon resident Gary Gant made his first batch of fresh-pressed hard cider for his family. Soon Gary's son and daughter-in-law Trevor and Mary Gant picked up the project. After impressing friends with their creations, a summer hobby quickly transformed into a business prospect. Gary & Karen (Gary's wife), along with Trevor & Mary, turned an old cranberry shed into a small production cidery. Three years later, Bandon Rain is now officially open for business, introducing our signature cranberry apple unique craft cider.
We use the medicinal healing power of Manuka honey in our skin and hair care line.
Manuka Honey is known in the Unites States as Medi-Honey and used in wound care and burn centers because of it's amazing healing properties. BBOrganics uses this honey and other natural, organic materials in our hair and skin care line to create healthy and hydrated skin and hair. BBOrganic products use no water, alcohol, fragrances or toxins such as sulfates or parabens, instead we use a medical grade Aloe Vera as the base and include such ingredients as: Olive, Coconut and Hemp-seed Oils, Shea and Cocoa Butter, and botanical extracts of Plumeria and Cehami. The truly nice thing about our products is that they are all balanced to a pH of 5.5 which is were our body needs to be.
Big Game Meats is an exotic meat shop specializing in smoked meats and custom processing. Our naturally smoked meat snacks are handcrafted with organic and fresh ingredients. Our sausages are unique and full of flavor. Try some today!
Our wines are small-lot and handcrafted, and always will be, with a commitment to make distinctive wines from exceptional fruit using a combination of traditional and modern winemaking techniques with a focus on detail.
Neil & Sue Shay moved to the Willamette Valley in 2010 and after almost a year of searching for a home out in the country, found a six acre homestead nestled into the southwest Coastal foothills of the Willamette Valley in the Village of Alpine, west of Monroe, Oregon. Before moving in, it was suspected the lawn and pasture areas on the property might be a suitable habitat for bluebirds. As a pleasant introduction to their new residence, they were greeted by several families of bluebirds the very day they unloaded the moving van and moved into the house. As a well-known symbol for happiness, Neil & Sue welcomed and acknowledged their bluebird neighbors by naming our property “Bluebird Hill”. Daily, they are greeted by their bluebirds and the other friendly birds that frequent their feeders.
Inheriting an overgrown Christmas tree farm, it took three years to fully clear their land and they began planting grapevines as cleared land was available. Only once the trees started to go, could they truely appreciate the full potential of their property: aside from the long-distance view that Neil & Sue enjoy, the site is absolutely perfect for growing grapes, a warm hilltop site that enjoys gentle summer breezes with southeastern- and western-faced slopes to capture the sun’s energy.
In the early spring of 2013, there was just enough land fully-cleared to allow them to plant their first block of vines, a small plot of Pommard clone Pinot noir. Since then, more plantings have followed each year. Presently they stand at three acres, planted at a high density, perhaps more typical of France than Oregon. Although Neil & Sue love the Burgundian-style Pinot noirs and have many of their favorite Dijon clones planted along with Pommard and Wädenswil, Bluebird Hill wines strive to tell the story that the Willamette Valley is a unique place that can produce outstanding wine, reflecting it's own special terroir. Bluebird Hill wines are small-lot and handcrafted, and always will be, with a commitment to make distinctive wines from exceptional fruit using a combination of traditional and modern winemaking techniques with a focus on detail.
Neil & Sue look out every morning at exceptional sunrises and, after a good day’s work, enjoy the early evening light falling on their young vineyard. The location affords a rare treat …. Gorgeous vistas, a quiet place to sit, relax, and taste outstanding wines. Great wine shared with friends and loved ones is one of life’s joys and Neil & Sue hope that you will pay them a visit, taste the wines, enjoy the views and include Bluebird Hill wines for your own special occasions.
Bo & Vine is an Oregon-grown burger bar where friends gather and explore their inner foodie. We feature handcrafted grassfed beef burgers, 20+ dipping sauces, housemade tots & fries, local beer & wine pairings, creative shakes, and more!
In November 2016 partners Mike, Matt and Brian began discussing the opportunity to bring something special to Oregon. After a lot of dreaming, planning, and hard work, the first Bo & Vine was launched in Salem on June 2nd, 2017. With two locations - 1 in Salem, 1 in Corvallis - Bo & Vine is dedicated to creating the best burgers in the PNW!
We provide a unique year-round wine tasting experience in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We produce warm/hot-climate, small-batch, hand-crafted, full-bodied and robust, distinctive red wines... Tempranillo, Old Vine Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, a Bordeaux-style blend, and port. Oregonians shall not live by Pinot alone.
The book series stars Frank, a dog that uses a wheelchair, and his best buddy Mustard. The ideas behind these books were created to share his experiences with quadriplegia and create more disability awareness in children’s books. The messages are meant to inspire optimism and strength when facing life's challenges. By sharing these stories, Simon hopes that children will see that they have a choice to see their challenges as opportunities for growth. These books emphasize the power to create love, joy, and strength in response to life's events.