Several years ago, three dads and two uncles would gather on a Saturday in one of their garages to master the art of home brew. Before long, the salesman of the group said, “You know, this is good enough to sell.” So the friends set out to do just that.
The name “Seven Brides” actually came from the dads’ kids. With the rising cost of wedding nuptials, the guys decided they needed to sell enough beer to pay for their daughters’ weddings, and Seven Brides Brewing was born.
Seven Brides prides itself on being a brewery that sources locally, using hops, grain and yeast from around the Pacific Northwest. The brewery works hard at being environmentally friendly. The cooling water is recycled each time we brew, and the spent grain goes to a local farmer to feed livestock.
Our desire is to keep making the best beer we can and celebrate together. After you try one of our beers in your local pub or from the store, tell us what you think. Or better yet, come visit our Tap Room in picturesque Silverton, Oregon, have a pint, and let us know in person.
The Tap Room @ Seven Brides Brewing, located in beautiful and historic Silverton, Oregon, offers the entire family a tasty menu of unique lunch and dinner selections, all made from scratch and with a unique take from usual pub fare. Take a day trip with friends or family and enjoy this small, picturesque town.
Looking for adventure? Hike the trails at Silver Falls State Park, or simply walk the city and take in its historic vibe. When you’re done, stop by the Tap Room and cool down with your favorite Seven Brides brew on tap.
Staying into the evening? Our custom fire pit will keep you warm on a cool night, letting you relax under the stars, and perhaps meet some locals doing the same thing. If you stay just a bit you might discover why we choose to brew here, and maybe a little of what makes Seven Brides so special.
Large soft rolled pretzel served with a trio of our house mustards.
Two corn tortillas filled with carnitas, cabbage, and topped with pico de gallo.
Cowboy Caviar & Chips
Black beans, yellow corn, roma tomatoes, and cilantro with avocado, green onion, and garlic on a plate of chips.
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Our house made spinach artichoke dip served with tortilla chips.
Roasted red potatoes covered in Monterey jack cheese, crispy bacon, green onions, and topped with sour cream.
Smoked sausage, fresh rye bread, and tart granny smith apples accompanied by our house made smooth and creamy fondue.
Assortment of chef selected meats and cheeses served with locally baked beer bread courtesy of silver falls bread company.