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Balance and intriguing complexity are two things to look for in life, and in a beer! Golden Valley Brewery beer is known for these two distinct qualities that brewmaster, Jesse Shue, has used to help build the brewery’s reputation for producing consistently exceptional classic brews. Golden Valley Brewery also serves a variety of food and wines from the Willamette Valley—offering locals a menu featuring all natural Angus beef and over 5,000 pounds of organic vegetables grown solely for fresh dishes served at the restaurant. The 21 day dry-aged beef comes from the brewery owners’ ranch located outside of McMinnville. Chef John Zenger, a classically trained chef, creates diverse recipes using these local ingredients that have put this destination on the map not only for great beer, but the culinary experience as well. The Angus Springs Flank Steak Salad or Old Fashioned Roast Chicken are among owner, Peter Kircher’s, favorite dishes. The menu also boasts a variety of gluten free, vegan, and vegetarian entrees featuring fresh produce from the brewery gardens.
A family run business, Peter and Celia Kircher founded Golden Valley Brewery in 1993 as the 12th brewery to become established in Oregon. Peter manages the brewery and restaurant along with the couple’s son, Alex. Celia manages the ranch and cattle operation.
While the Golden Valley brewery is located in McMinnville, Beaverton is the perfect location for the restaurant extension says Peter, “So many Beaverton locals care about where their food comes from and how it is raised. It is very difficult to find high quality locally raised food at a comfortable price range” though with all the local ingredients from the beef to the brew, this is precisely what the Golden Valley Brewery offers.
Peter invites you to the Golden Valley Brewery to experience the great beer and food yourself. Bring your family to Golden Valley to celebrate Mother’s Day with an extensive buffet on Sunday, May 11. Learn about hosting a corporate meeting or celebratory event by contacting the Brewery’s event coordinator or just stop in! There is always a good reason to enjoy a great and local cold one from one of Oregon’s founding breweries! Peter recommends ordering “Chehalem IPA, it is a British style IPA, and the Red Thistle is an excellent example of a great ESB. Carlton Kolsch is also on right now and a spring favorite.”