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Pint $6 // Flights $10 // Crowler $11 // Growler $18

All items are subjet to change*

Trail End Flagships


4.2% 20 IBU

This light beer is inspired by the feeling of being outdoors, doing whatever you love that puts you in that “everything is right as rain” headspace. This beer is a simple, classic beer that is right as rain.


5.0% 35 IBU

Sun is shining, not a cloud in sight, a far cry from the origins of this style. Widely consumed in dark pubs of the rainy UK and known as a “pint of bitter”, our ESB is what you need in that backyard, on the boat, or anything under the sun.

3. BUMPIN BILLs PILS - Bavarian style Pilsner

5.9% 36 IBU

The sun is shining, and you both have your favorite hats on. You just went on a killer hike and want to toast with a cold beer and a kiss, but…oops! You both tilt right, then you both tilt left. The laughter is contagious as you are just bumping bills!


6.2% 60 IBU

When you’re out on the trail and happen upon a creek, you can’t just cross it…. you have to HOP it! Our Creek Hoppin’ IPA is a perfect blend of grapefruit and pine resin combined with the fruitiness of berries and tangerine. The IBU’s may seem low, but it has a wonderful pronounced bitterness that lingers like a mountain stream.

5. "Scenic Byway - Juicy IPA"

6.0% 40 IBU

Reminiscent of road trips along Hwy 20 through the Cascades The endless waterfalls leave you desiring a Juicy IPA like this one. Our Juicy is bursting with notes of honeydew melon, guava and watermelon. It’s crushable, tropical and a perfect blend of Idaho 7 and El Dorado hops.

6. Alpine haze - hazy ipa

6.9% 30 IBU

Waking up to the misty haze of a high Alpine lake. The first to wake up and start a fire. The first to grab a beer from the cooler, if they please. With the loads of orange and tangerine notes, this could pass for breakfast. Who needs OJ….?

7. Experimental Hop #1320 Pale Ale

5.4% 40 IBU

It’s not easy blazing a trail. But sometimes, duty calls. This hop is an experimental variety that has yet to be named from the fine folks at Yakima Quality Hops. Look for citrus notes like passion fruit, as well as stone fruit flavors like white peach. This is a single hop pale ale, so this experimental variety has nowhere to hide! We hope you enjoy it, and cant wait to hear what you think.

8. Muddy Paws - german Altbier

5.4% 37 IBU

Hiking with your four-legged friend is seriously the best thing ever. And when they get mud and dirt all over the place, who can stay mad at that face? Our NW inspired Altbier tries to capture that. Deep brown color, solid malt backbone, Willamette hops that smell like fresh rain in the woods. And a beer that reminds you to relax and chill. After all, it’s just muddy paws dude.

9. CHAR FALLS - porter

5.1% 40 IBU

Like the waterfall tucked back in the coniferous forest of the Kanisku, our Char Falls Porter is a special find. You won’t find the big in-your-face notes of most dark beers. This beer is smooth, drinkable, and has soft notes of chocolate and toffee with a deep mahogany hue.


7.3% 40 IBU

Cruising on dirt mountain roads, you break for a stretch. While enjoying the views you notice the way the sun is shining on the tires revealing a hypnotizing pattern of dirt
that has sprayed perfectly from the tread. And then, just like that, Boom! Dirt in the Tread. A beer is named

Rotating Specialty Beers
(changes with the seasons)

11. Sunshine Daydream

5.3% 25 IBU

One good collaboration deserves another! Trails End and Chalice Brewing teamed up for a patio pounding, lawn chair guzzling, canoeing comrade. The second beer in the Campfire Series, Sunshine Daydream is a hop forward pilsner that features Calista and Mandarina Bavaria hops, a low ABV, and a slight clementine orange aroma. It’s easy, crisp and begs for a second and third. This one won’t last long, so load up for the week at the cabin, boat, or backyard!


5.7% 20 IBU

 Normally, we don’t believe fruit belongs in a beer. But for our dark Mexican lager, we decided a lime would be the perfect addition. Originally based on an old Vienna Lager recipe, El Sendero is a harmonious blend of a robust flavor, light body, and just the perfect beer for the first warm days of the year.

13. IN "TENTS" - Hop Stand IIPA

9.1% ABV ?? IBU

Predating the idea of Trails End, and much like our Brewery, was the sought-after vision. The recipe began with an idea, and intense double IPA that didn’t have the crazy bitterness. Enter In “Tents” IIPA. Hops are added at flame out instead of boil resulting in a strong and intoxicating aroma of sweet citrus and resinous pine, notes of apricot and candied fruit, and enough ABV to remind you that this is a celebration. A toast to one year in a community that is behind everything we do. Cheers to many more!

14. Half a Bison Hefeweizen

5% 16 IBU

50/50 blend of Pale malt and wheat, Kazbeck hops, traditional Weinstephon yeast

We open fermented this summer treasure to let the aroma fully develop. Notes of banana, clove and a slight citrus finish from the hops. Why half a Bison? Try to order a Hefeweizen in a packed taproom

15. Huckleberry Berliner Weiss

4% 5 IBU


10% 27 IBU

Flight: $4 Tulip: $6 (no Pints) Crowler: $20 Growler: $35

To us lovers of the cold, a woodshed can be a magical thing. It’s where the wood for the winter is stored and all the hard work from a season gets to be appreciated. Afterall, there is something about the way the snow sits on the logs, all stacked up and ready for a cold Winter. Luckily for you, our Head Brewer also made something to help keep you warm. Our Holiday beer, The Wood Shed” is a healthy 10% abv, has a lovely amber hue with a soft white head, with notes of banana cinnamon and allspice, all wrapped up in a lovely Belgian Yeast

17. A rotating seasonal cider

18. A rotating seasonal cider

19. Trails End Hoppy Water

Non-alcoholic, zero sugar, zero carbs
Hopped with citrus forward hops from our friends at Roy Farms in Moxie, WA

20. Trails End House-made Root Beer

Made with notes of honey and vanilla

What are the German Purity Laws?

As one of the oldest food laws on record, the German Purity Laws of 1516 (Reinheitsgebot) intended to keep the integrity of beer intact at a time when anything and everything could be thrown into a beer. Nowadays, the laws serve as a reminder of what the four true ingredients of beer are: water, malted barley, hops and yeast. So why does this matter? At Trails End Brewing, you won’t find anything else but these four ingredients in our beers. We believe these laws are worth celebrating, and we strive to be consistently creative and innovative within the frameworks of these laws. Our beers are classically inspired, unfiltered, and as true to style as you will find outside of Germany.

Rotating Ciders // $8 pint

ask your server what's new!

*Due to supply issues, drinks are subject to change or may be low


line 39 wine

California – 375ml (two glasses)
Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon 



Golden Ale, IPA & Hazy IPA



Black Cherry, Cream Soda


Pampelonne - Sparkling Wine

Rose Lime or Blood Orange


Good To Grow Juices

All Natural, 100% Fruit Juice & no sugar added. Fruit Punch or Apple Juice.



Moscow Mule, Spicy Lemonade, Huckleberry Lemonade