St. Helens, OR – Hob Nob Brewhouse & Taproom located at 2155 Columbia Blvd in St. Helens showcases some locally brewed beer along with other Oregon Brews, high-quality fresh food to round out the farm to table concept using locally sourced produce and products as much as possible. One could say that this new business is not only tasty but it’s good for you. They use locally made products like Sasquatch Mustard by Darling Foods, serve Two Birds One Stone spirited ice cream and outsource produce as much as they can from local family farms like Canaan Hill Farm. They also feature events such as live music, tastings and the upcoming event, a first in Columbia County, a HomeBrew Competition.
John & Tamara Stermer, owners, wanted to offer a different type of restaurant. Tamara Stermer makes a point to recognize her team as being an important piece in running a successful business where customers want to keep coming back. Hob Nob means to toast each other, a social place according to their facebook page. When you visit, why not grab a flight to try a variety of beers? or maybe you’re in the mood for a refreshing cocktail like their seasonal Sangria or a Lavender Lemon Drop. You won’t be disappointed! Some customers favorite menu items include the House Chips, add the parmesan cheese for a treat, the homemade plum sauce for the Fly Away Wings and the Gluten Free -Roots N Seeds Salad.
In the few short months since opening, they have hosted Kentucky Derby Food, Fare & Fundraiser for Columbia Humane Society. Their new upcoming event will be the first Hob Nob Brew Octoberfest Homebrewers Competition in Columbia County is sanctioned by American Home Brewers Association & BJCP according to their business facebook page. They are currently looking for both brewers and the public to attend this event with live music, traditional Octoberfest foods prepared in event area and German cuisine available for indoor dining. Reservations are recommended for indoor dining the evening of Octoberfest just call 503-396-3151.
Just a few details for the Hob Nob Brew Octoberfest Homebrewers Competition on October 6th:
For Brewers: Judging Saturday -9:00 AM. The rules and profiles are posted at our website www.hobnobbrewhouse.com
For Guests: Open to public starting from 3 PM till 11 PM for 21 & Over ONLY. $30.00 entry fee includes a tasting glass with event logo, bracelets with 6 prepaid tastings, live music. Go to their facebook page to stay up to date on the event.
You’ll find this new place charming and will want to come back to try something new. Welcome to Columbia County Hob Nob Brewhouse & Taproom. Cheers!