Imagine a world where your boss gave you free beer… where you filled your mug with ale that flowed from the public fountain… and where a good brew was made accessible to all (provided they are responsible drinkers of legal age, of course). That’s the world that Henry Weinhard — a true craft beer pioneer — envisioned, and his legend lives on today in his simple, uncomplicated brews.
Henry Weinhard began brewing back in 1856, creating his own brewing company in Portland, Oregon. That bit about free beer on the job? Totally true for his employees! And he made a dead serious offer to pump beer into the city’s public fountain, but Portland officials declined. His philosophy, that everyone has the right to good beer, rang true in everything he did.
Today, Henry may not be with us, but his spirit lives on every time someone takes a swig of one his craft beers. Whether you prefer Woodland Pass IPA, Redwood Flats Amber or the Private Reserve brews, you can expect a consistently satisfying beer drinking experience every time.
Who is Henry Weinhard? The answer is easy (just like his beer). Just click here to find Henry’s and learn more.
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