From source to pint
An outreach initiative of Oregon Wild, the Oregon Brewshed® Alliance is a coalition of Oregon brewers, brewing community partners, and conservationists who understand the value of clean water and protected forest watersheds. Beer is over 90% water after all, and that water is a product of the land that it flows through.
Great beer doesn’t start at the tap – great beer begins with clean water.
DON'T WASTE YOUR APPLES. RECYCLE THEM!! Bring us your Backyard Apples to turn in to a Community Cider for Charity! Portland Cider Company is coordinating our 2nd annual Community Cider, made with [...]
DON’T WASTE YOUR APPLES. RECYCLE THEM!!
Bring us your Backyard Apples to turn in to a Community Cider for Charity!
Portland Cider Company is coordinating our 2nd annual Community Cider, made with 100% recycled Backyard Apples from the amazing people in the Portland Metro area. We once again call upon the Portland community for backyard apples to hand-press into a community cider to support a local charity. We’re collecting bushels of unwanted fruit August 1 thru the end of October, with drop-off at our Clackamas Taproom + Cidery.
This full-scale community effort is about bringing people together to create handmade craft cider, using the apples from our own backyards here in the Portland Metro area, while reducing waste with this unique Apple Recycling program. Bringing together cider, community, sustainability, tradition, and charity in Portland Cider Company’s Community Cider release, “Oregon Wild.”
100% of the net proceeds of the cider sales will be donated to Oregon Wild – the conservation organization behind the Oregon Brewshed® Alliance.
We invite you to recycle your apples, not throw them away! Bring us your fallen and unwanted fruit in exchange for Portland Cider trade. And when the time comes, you also get to help with the pressing of the apples you brought in! Details below.
MINIMUM DONATION OF 1 BUSHEL OF APPLES* (40 LBS.)
- At least 1 pint of cider – for every bushel, we will give you a pint (4 bushels = 1 growler fill)
- Tickets to VIP Pre-Party for our Wassail Party in November
- Hands-on experience pressing apples into cider if you join our Harvest Party on September 30
- Good Karma from Mother Earth with 100% of net proceeds donated to Oregon Wild
*40lbs or more of usable apples – apples must be edible! If you won’t eat them, we don’t want them. Sorry!
Payment in trade vouchers redeemable at either of our taprooms. While supplies last.
DROP FRUIT AT PORTLAND CIDER CO. CLACKAMAS TAPROOM + CIDERY:
8925 SE Jannsen Rd., Bldg. F
Clackamas, OR 97015
Drop Times: Monday – Sunday (all 7 days), 9 am – 9 pm
Questions? Call (503) 908-7654
HELP US PRESS THE APPLES AT OUR HARVEST PARTY ON SEPTEMBER 30
12-5pm at our Clackamas Taproom + Cidery
Kids are welcome at this family friendly Harvest Party, where we will be celebrating the bounty of the NW Apple Harvest! Special food, kids activities and more, including hands-on experience pressing apples. Apples will be a portion of the apples donated to our PDX Apple Recycling, and part of our Community Cider that will be released in late November.
August 1 (Wednesday) - October 31 (Wednesday) PST
Portland Cider Co. Taproom
8925 SE Jannsen Rd., Bldg. F, Clackamas, OR 97015
Portland Cider Co.
Join the Oregon Brewshed Alliance, Oregon Wild, SOLVE Oregon and our partners from around the Eugene/Springfield community to improve the recreational and ecological value of our local stretch of the [...]
Join the Oregon Brewshed Alliance, Oregon Wild, SOLVE Oregon and our partners from around the Eugene/Springfield community to improve the recreational and ecological value of our local stretch of the Middle Fork Willamette River. This event will provide a great opportunity to contribute to a healthy environment by picking up litter, pulling invasive weeds, and caring for native plants; and also a chance to connect with new people and communities. Come prepared to get a little dirty, and we will provide the gloves, trash bags, tools, and pre- and post-work refreshments. Sturdy footwear and work gloves are recommended.
Pre-registration and signed waiver required. Sign up here.
8:00-8:30am – Sign-in, refreshments
8:30-9:00am – Introduction
9:00-11:30am – Litter pickup, mulching, invasive plant removal, native plant care
11:30am- Noon – Food and drink!
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
2400 Clearwater Lane, Springfield, OR
Chandra LeGue email@example.com