Craft Beverages

Locally made craft beverages are abundant on the Long Beach Peninsula. From delicious micro brews in a variety of styles to locally made wine and spirits, craft beverages are a big draw for visitors. Create your own tasting tour and find your favorites. Drink them on site or take some home with you. Either way, you’re bound for a good time and some delicious new memories.

WooHoo Winery

Address:
63 Old Bullard Road, Raymond
Phone Number:
509.881.5022 or 360.581.9257
About:
We make our wine on our 5th generation family farm in the beautiful Willapa Valley, WA. Producing red, white and sweet wines with grapes sourced from partner vineyards throughout central WA. We invite you to stop by our laid back tasting room for a glass.
Adrift Distillers

Adrift Distillers

Phone Number:
360.642.3096
Website:
adriftdistillers.com
About:
Adrift Distillers is a Washington State craft distillery making spirits in the heart of the Long Beach Peninsula. Nestled between rolling farms and the Pacific ocean you'll find our tasting room and distillery. On this small outcrop of the Washington Coas
Wild Man Brewing

Wild Man Brewing

Address:
203 Duryea Street, Raymond WA
Phone Number:
360.875.8025
Website:
https://wildmanbrewing.com/
About:
A local brewery, taproom, and restaurant. They offer full service dining, take out, and even kegs to go. Their drink menu includes everything from in-house beer, mead, wine, and a guest cider.
Willapa Brewing

Willapa Brewing

Address:
405 Minnesota Street, South Bend WA
Phone Number:
360.875.8398
Website:
https://www.willapabrewingco.com/
About:
A family owned micro brewery, where their motto is "Hearty ales for the logger in all of us." They offer a long list of beers to choose from, along with 12' artisan pizzas, and appetizers galore.

North Jetty Brewing

Address:
4200 Pacific Way, Seaview WA
Phone Number:
360.642.4234
About:
Brewery and tap room. Craft beer/wine/cider, outdoor seating, open most days, light snacks, check facebook for hours and events. Kid friendly until 6:00pm.

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