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.