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Visit the Taproom

400 Humpert Lane NE,  Mt. Angel, OR 97362


Blessed Thanksgiving from all of us at the Benedictine Brewery and Taproom!

Thursday, November 24, the brewery and taproom will be closed for the holiday.


Regular Fall Hours

Wednesday & Thursday: 2 to 7 pm
Friday & Saturday: 1 to 8 pm
Sunday: 12 pm to 6 pm
Monday & Tuesday: Closed

Minors are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Please note: We are not able to ship beer. Bottles are available for purchase at the brewery.

Seating is available indoors and outdoors on our patio and covered pavillion.
Visit the Benedictine Brewery’s website for a list and description of our brews!
Availability subject to change for beer, wines, non-alcoholic drinks and snacks at the Taproom.

Saint Benedict Festival Sponsorship 16Fr. Martin Grassel, O.S.B., general manager and head brewer at Benedictine Brewery, had an interview recently on Catholic Faith Network’s morning show, CFN Live. He talked about the monastic tradition of brewing beer since the early Middle Ages. The beer brewed now at Mount Angel follows the early monastic tradition and is “crafted for a higher purpose.” It’s likely the only beer in the US that receives a priestly blessing at every stage, from raising the hops to pulling the tap. Mount Angel Abbey’s Benedictine Brewery and Taproom is one of a very few monastic breweries currently operating in the United States. Watch the full interview here.

CFN Live – Fr. Martin Grassel from CFN on Vimeo.

St. Benedict envisioned monasteries as self-sufficient communities. In consequence, the Benedictines of the Middle Ages brewed in their own facilities, with their own labor, using ingredients grown on their own farms.

In the complex world of the twenty-first century, the monks of Mount Angel strive for the same: the monks do the brewing; the water comes from their own well; and the hops come from their own land, where they have grown since the 1880’s.