Farm to Glass
Located in the Heart of Washington State, in the Northwest corner of the USA, Yakima has long been a place of business and agricultural innovation. In the early days, that meant lumber and farming. Today, Yakima is the #1 region in the state for agricultural bounty including apples, wine grapes, mint, asparagus, hay berries and eggplant. This region is also responsible for 75% of hop (a key ingredient in beer) production in North America!
Yakima’s 300+ days of bright sunshine not only nurture agricultural bounty but it also encourage business innovation in the area of craft beverage production. In 1982, Bert Grant’s brewery opened in downtown Yakima, the first post-prohibition brewpub in the country. In 1983, Yakima Valley became the first official wine growing appellation north of California. Today artisanal cider makers and spirits distillers join the brewers and vintners in the region to create the vibrant and growing craft beverage community of Yakima.
We’re proud to make beverages from the crops that grow just outside our doors. Yakima’s agricultural prowess inspires us to craft unique beverages for everyone over 21 to enjoy. When you arrive, we’ll introduce you to the makers and you can drink in the farm-to-glass experience.