The only Boring thing about this beer, is where it’s made!
We are a Nano Brewery Focusing on small batch hand crafted beer.
Boring Brewing Feature Bears
Boring RyPA – A traditional northwest inspired IPA with peppery spice of rye. Hopped with traditional NW grown hops. This RyPA is 6.5% ABV with an IBU of 70.
Boring Brown – Traditional American Brown Ale with a nutty character contributed by biscuit malt. ABV of 5.5 with an IBU of 35. This is a very drinkable brown ale all year long.
Hoppy Blonde – A light bodied ale with a little bit of hop punch. ABV of 5.6% and an IBU of 36. This very refreshing beer has some great mouth feel and a nice hop finish to make this an all around great ale.
Big Yawn IPA – Our flagship IPA using a proprietary blend of hops from Hop Union called Zythos. Lots of late hop additions as well as generous dry hopping creates a great IPA with notes of citrus. ABV 7.2%, IBU 75.
Hot Scotch – This seasonal beer is a scotish ale brewed with scotch bonnet peppers. Nice malt sweetness up front followed by a little warmth from the peppers. Great winter beer. ABV 8.0%, IBU 25.
Springwater Trail Session IPA – This is a great drinking session IPA brewed with a hop from Hop Union called Falconer Flight 7C’s. This is a proprietary blend of the great “C” hops to combined into a single product. Easy drinking with great hop character of an IPA. ABV 4.7%, IBU 47.
28150 SE Hwy 212, Suite A, Boring,OR 97009
My journey to Boring Brewing started 27 years ago when I began my ventures in Homebrewing. I read everything related to brewing I could get my hands on. Some would say I was obsessed. I always wanted to open a brewpub or brewery but it was always a dream for me. The stars seemed to align this last year and it looked like it was possible to open a brewery in a accessory building on my property. After jumping through mounds of paperwork, I finally became licensed to brew beer on a commercial level. This is where I bring you Boring Brewing – a Nano Brewery that is focused on quality. Our beers spend the correct amount of time in the fermenter followed by a cold age in a bright beer tank where optimal carbonation and flavor is obtained prior to making it to your pint glass. Look for our beers at the best establishments