Everybody's Brewing in White Salmon, WA

Everybody_brewing_logo_longWhite Salmon, WA is located on the Columbia River just north of Hood River, OR.  There, you will find a new brew pub. White Salmon is just 20 miles upstream from Stevenson, WA, the home of Walking Man Brewing.  Stevenson is not too terribly far east of Battleground, WA, the home of the new Laurelwood brew pub. (Sounds like a beer adventure for the Washington beer cruiser is in the works, doesn’t it?)

The other day our buddy and fellow blogger, BrewDad, informed us of a brew pub that recently opened in White Salmon. Who knew? We have now added Everybody’s Brewing to our ever-expanding list of Washington Breweries and Brew Pubs. With so many new breweries opening, it’s getting really hard to keep up. That is NOT a complaint!

Though we have not yet been for a visit, Everybody’s Brewing sounds like a lovely place. They have a nice pub menu and feature live music on the weekends. Certainly, the natural beauty of the Columbia River Gorge cannot be disputed. We’ve even identified a cool place to stay – the Carson Hot Springs Resort. Not that we’re planning a road trip or anything.

Here’s the way Everybody’s Brewing describes themselves:

A small to medium sized brewpub, located in White Salmon, Washington. Our pub has a warm, cozy inviting feel to it. We are a family friendly environment. Our food is affordable large portions, made with the highest quality local ingredients.

We will focus on session beers with all the flavor. Our location is right in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. We feel that this is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Our outside deck seats 50 people and has a stunning view of Mt. Hood. You gotta check it out for your self!

Everybody’s Brewing
151 W Jewett Blvd
White Salmon, WA, US
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  1. We just stayed at the Carson Ridge Resort The first weekend of October when we were in the area for the Hood River Fresh Hop Fest (our third in a row). It’s really a great place, nice luxury cabins and terrific breakfasts since it is a B&B.

    October of 2008 when we were at the Hop Fest we also stopped at Everybody’s Brewing which at the time did not have a brewing license, but was serving good food and a fairly good selection of craft beer on tap. We also make sure we always stop at Walking Man.