Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery's tasting room is open Thurs-Sunday and offers year-round and occasional cellar reserve beers brewed, aged, and blended on site.

In the old wooden barn, time is a guest. 

With experience in brewing, winemaking, agriculture, inn keeping, meatpacking, writing books, painting, horticulture, and the ancient art of coopering (building oak barrels), we've been at this as a family for 50 years, carrying on the work of this area's first non-indigenous settlers, who tilled this fertile land to grow hops, hay, oats, wheat, and plums. In the modern era, wine, filberts, pears, apples, heirloom vegetables, cider, and some really cool art projects have come to life here on historic Springbrook Farm, our family home.  

Along the way, we've come to love beer above all. From early home brews starting in the early 1990s to more recent commercial collaboration brews, craft beer is our heartfelt passion. 

Using pure well water, wild yeasts (some even propagated from our own fruit trees), occasional homegrown hops and fruits, and house sour cultures, we create, age, blend, and bottle unique, small-batch beers exhibiting the beautiful wildness of Oregon terroir

We are Wolves & People.

Come run with us.

—Christian DeBenedetti, Founder & Head Brewer

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Phone

(503) 487-6873

FOOD

We currently do not offer food.

BRING YOUR OWN FOOD IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED!

Pack a full-on picnic!

Location

Take 99W to Newberg, OR. Turn onto Benjamin Road. The brewery is just down the road on the right.

30203 NE Benjamin Rd.      

Newberg, OR 97132

Hours

The tasting room is open to the public. Minors ARE welcome, with adult supervision required.

TASTING ROOM & BEER GARDEN

Thursdays 4-9pm

Fridays, 4-9pm

Saturdays, 12-9pm

Sundays, 12-7pm

PRIVATE EVENTS

For meetings, private tastings & tours, and other group requests, please email a detailed request to: Christian {at} WolvesandPeople.com. Weddings are not allowed on site at this time under Yamhill County land use law.