Chetco Brewing Company

Small Town Brewing World Class Beer

Chetco Brewing Company

Small town brewing, world class beer

Craft beer from Brookings Oregon

927 Chetco Ave behind Khun Thai next to fred meyer in Brookings

Open 2p-9p Mon-Thurs & 12n-9p Fri-Sun

 

16 taps Flowing including Oregon Cider, Guest Beers & Local Root Beer ~ Oregon Wines by the glass ~ Free wifi ~ Dog-friendly Patio ~ Board Games ~ Weekly Live Music ~ Sunday Snacks ~ Trivia Night ~ Always Good Times

Thank you! Thank you to each and every one of you for your unwavering support of Chetco Brewing! You’ve been there from the beginning. You’ve purchased t-shirts and growlers. You’ve chatted with us at markets and events. You’ve waited patiently while we ran for more beer. You’ve painstakingly filled out evaluation sheets to help dissect and improve new brews. You’ve encouraged us to keep going! We are dedicated to this craft of brewing and knowing that our dedication is appreciated has been a game changer for us. 

Our vision is to create not just a tap room, but a community space, a Gathering Place. A welcoming place to relax and unwind with a tasty beer, a comfortable spot for folks to come together, exchange ideas, make big plans, shore each other up, and celebrate!

Our Tap Room is at 927 Chetco Avenue. Radio Shack downsized so we are in the southern half of their old space behind Khun Thai. We have 16 taps and room to seat 49 people. At this stage of our growth, we are not providing food service so the Tap Room is open to the 21 and older crowd.  You are welcome to bring in your favorite take out or order in. We do have snacks on Sundays too!  Scroll down to see our calendar or click here to get details about the good times to be had at Chetco Brewing Company Tap Room!

We are a dog-friendly Tap Room. We allow dogs inside and outside on our patio. If you bring your pup, we assume he or she doesn’t have behavioral issues. In order to keep our dog-friendly policy, we ask you to keep your dog on a maximum 6 ft leash at all times, clean up after your dog, and be respectful to the patrons around you by maintaining a level of appropriate social doggy behavior. If your pooch behaves in a way that is uninviting or unwelcoming for others, the pup will be asked to leave.