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Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Our traditional farmhouse brewery is located in Hood River County on a small farm where we also grow some of the hops we use in our hand crafted beer. Truly handcrafted in every sense of the term. We prefer to use locally grown whole organic hops, not pulverized hop pellets. We think you will appreciate the extra effort we take to make our beer this way. Our spent barley, oats and wheat are fed directly to our small herd of organic raised Scottish Highlander cattle.


Our nursery of sharbeekse kreik (cherry) trees brought over from the small Bam's orchard located in East Flanders is growing nicely. After an arduous task of strict government quarantine, inspections and regulatory compliance, we are preparing to graft new root stock and expand our plantings this autumn. Soon we will harvest our own fruit for our upcoming lambic styles and more tart red beers.


Our brewery operates as a cooperative with it's members participating in all aspects of brewery work. Seaberg Einarsson is the artist of our labels and home page. Tamara and Katrina Logsdon are responsible for design and development of our labels and web pages. Judith Bams is our partner from little Belgium and much of our inspiration and many resources. We would also like to welcome our new partners, John Plutshack and Jodie Ayura. John is handling our Oregon distribution and making it possible to find our beers all over the state. For more information, contact


Some of our brews are: Seizoen, Seizoen Bretta, and Peche 'n' Brett --  which is our Seizoen Bretta oak aged and loaded with tons of local organic peaches -- , our white beer, Kili Witwhich. Please ask for our certified organic beers at your favorite locations. Check the list for one near you.  Also under way is our Tart Cherry Ale - Cerasus. A young beer and oak aged beer, brewed and blended  in traditional West Flanders Red Ale style with the addition of 45 pounds of cherries per barrel. We use a blend of local organic tart and sweet cherries to make this one of a kind, limited release that you won't want to miss.


Also look for our 2011 Fresh Hop Seizoen at the Hood River Hop Fest and the Portland Hop Fest along with select locations around the city. Check out our 'Fresh Hop' web page for a little story about that.

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