Beer and Finger-Licking Food

Since Salem Ale Works opened, it has exceedingly set a high standard of brewing in the industry. Ego and Boham strongly advocated for Salem’s Brewing community where they encouraged the rise of the Salem Brewery Association working as a team with other local breweries. They often hosted annual beer tasting and classes on homebrewing, creating an environment for locals to learn and expand their knowledge of the art and science of Ale. Like other breweries and businesses (like the Nemos next door), Salem Ale Works was hit by the COVID 19 Pandemic. Following the government directive, it could only operate online and this saw the brewery canning their beers. Their food contractor closed permanently in March and they could not find another. This situation brought a lot of uncertainty. In July, the sales numbers had dropped and there was no way forward.

After 7 years of top ratings and gold medals, Justin Ego and Jake Bonham planned on shutting down the famous brewery Salem Ale Works. They came to this decision on August 15, which was the brewer’s anniversary, in the company’s social pages. They said in the posts that they set out to make quality beer for its residents and visitors while striving to have a good time writing the last chapter in their excellent brewing legacy. “Although this is not the way we hoped things to end, we can’t help but be proud of the last seven years and reminisce about the great memories made and the unending support from our fans,” Bonham said. They also mentioned that the brewery would remain open through Saturday till its closure on August 29. It’s evident that Salem Ale Works put the ale In Salem based on the many reviews given by locals that enjoyed the different varieties of beers and the finger-licking food served. There is nothing as good as customers who want to keep visiting the same place for quality services, good music, beer, and food. Patrons of Salem Ale Works will forever be happy to have sampled the establishments fantastic delights. Other beer joints and eateries should try to emulate the record Salem Ale Works set.…

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Sip Your Beer, Find Your Food!

Salem Ale Works is the place for you to create your sun with your friends as you enjoy your golden moments sipping on this beer made of greatness. Those are just but a few of the beers Salem Ale Works brews and sells which makes it the most visited bars in Oregon. The Hootenanny Honey Basil beer will make you wonder if it’s a mixture of sweet and herbal notes but you may now stand poised on the brink of the answer to that question, as this beer is an elegant light-sipper that will leave your pallet craving for more and sending you back to Ale. If you have been intermittently searching for a spot that offers homebrew classes to brew and quench your beer tasting experience, you might want to bring your mojo with you ready to deepen your science and art of beer. Salem Ale Works brews and sells a wide variety of beers to its customers. The indications are strong that customers keep coming back and bringing their friends and families to experience the wonders of Salem beers. It turns out that the number of customers has been increasing dramatically since Ale Works won a gold medal at the Oregon Beer Awards.

As usual, in a beer joint, you will expect to find food. It is safer to quench your beer thirst with a full stomach. Due to this, Salem Ale Works offers a selection of mouth-watering snacks and meals as well. Let’s dive into the menu options that Salem has to offer. First, Ale Works has a Saturday and Sunday prologue sandwich and pastries truck just outside which sells sweet designed sandwiches that resemble the European brewpubs with cured meat and bread. The ham, mozzarella, mortadella, provolone, and smoky salami sandwiches are flavored by a briny swipe of tapenade begging to be savored with your teeth.

If you are in a sloppy mood, the hum meatball sandwich on bread with tomato sauce dripping from your palms will inescapably dirty your favorite shirt. As you play the Oregon trail tabletop game, checkers, or chess while enjoying The rolling Stones or even charting with tipsy strangers over a pint, your favorite snack or food will be prepared. The food menu consists of Starters such as Hand-cut fresh potato fries, lightly salted just enough to arouse your taste buds. Another starter on the menu is the Sweet potato fries. Seasoned and crispy outside, these fries will leave you wanting more. Other starters include onion rings, fried pickles, fried jalapeno rounds, crispy cauliflower, soft beer pretzel sticks, chicharrones, and cheese plate. If you are a burger enthusiast, order the Brewer’s Burger. This burger comes with ⅓ lb bacon, beef patty, onion straws, topped with bbq sauce, and a brioche bun.

The Brewer’s Burger is pocket-friendly going for $11. Let’s not forget the vegans. You will not miss the Pretender. Also known as the (Vegetarian Patty), with roasted Mushroom, salted tomatoes, lettuce, saw sauce, and brioche bun, this burger appears to have won the hearts of many vegans. Other sandwiches and burgers include grilled cheese, chicken sandwiches, a big bleu sandwich, a pasture beef burger, and a steak sandwich. The additional foods on the menu are, chicken breast, sliced steak, beyond patty, charcuterie plate, beer cheese soup, and cheese plate. Ale Works got your hunger sorted and your thirst quenched.…

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Salem Ale Works

If you ever wanted to experience award-winning beers and finger-licking food, you will need to drive down to Salem. Located at 2315 25th Street SE, in Salem Oregon, Salem Ale Works is a small craft brewery place offering a wide range of delicious meals and excellent beers. The two highly recommended beers are the stouts beer and Hootenanny Honey Basil which won a gold medal at the Oregon Beer Awards. If you thought of making your interior weather in the company of your friends and family while sipping on a cold beer, Ale Works will be your Sun. Salem Ale Works operates from 12 pm-10 pm on Monday to Thursdays, 12 pm-11 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12 pm to 8 pm on Sundays. Ego and Bonham started Salem Ale Works in the area that currently houses the famous Bine Valley Brewing, before finding a permanent home at 2315 25th St.

Salem Ale Works has a magnificent beer menu with different naturally brewed Beers. One hot afternoon, you may want to quench your thirst with the famous Salem Ale Works Beacon IPA. This beer tastes of the tropical notes from the hops, with mild citrus, dialed back bitterness; refreshing, right? It pours a deep gold color with an appealing creamy white head. Wondering about the calories, every 350ml has 200 calories. This lime zest beer has been a summer regular IPA. The Salem Ale Works Pale Ale will intrigue you with its golden refreshing color. It has a supporting and sufficient malt that makes it more accessible and balanced than the most brewed Beers in Salem. The clean dance presence reflects a modern-day world with lots of characteristics.

The Salem Pale Ale contains a mild caramelly malt taste with less bitterness and an Aroma of floral and grassy hopping. This is a relatively good, hippy, and drinkable APA. Another beer you will come across in the menu that might interest you is the Salem Ale Works

CastIronCDA (Cascadian Dark Ale). This dark brown and black colored Ale with a hop-forward and dry balance will leave you craving for more. The palate of darker malts is soothing and supportive, not as roasty and burnt as the American porters. Brown Ale is middle strong and bitter like the American IPA, but with some toffee, chocolate, caramel, and a fruit malt relish as the Brown Ale. Its drinkability and smoothness bring even a lovelier tang for style.

Salem Ale Works brews a special Wheat beer, also known as the frisky Marmot. The Wheat Ale is a cool and refreshing brew that exhibits a more hop flavor and a reduced yeast taste compared to its German cousins. Rather than the yeast characters, wheat ale has doughy, bready, grainy, and clean fermentation wheat flavors that complement its hop character. The beer is gold and pale yellow but also a dark version can exist. This is an awesome mouth fee in the late summer. There is an even lovelier and adored beer known as the Salem Stout. The Stout is a full-flavored ale with an unmistakable roasted palate, frequently similar to dark chocolate and coffee with some malty character and complexity. The balance can vary from middling bittersweet to bitter, more balanced varieties achieving the malty flavor and the bitter varieties being relatively dry. It contains more richness, and body compared to the Irish Dry Stout but with black color, not like the brown Porter. It is generally strong and bolder than the traditional stouts. Salem Ale Stout has a body and a much more roast than the black IPA.…

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