Ecclectic tales from an independent wanderer…

Beer by the Bridge

 

fullsizerenderBrimming with historic buildings, downtown Albany Oregon epitomizes Pacific Northwest charm & character. Because of its access to the Willamette River, Albany used to carry much of the weight of the state on its shoulders when it was known as “Hub City.” Now, undergoing a renaissance of economic development, it’s becoming a hot bed for entrepreneurs embarking on their dreams.

Proud to welcome the No Rails Ale House to our community, owner James Van Deusen started getting serious about his passion for beer in 2013. Three years later, on Sunday January 29th, that dream became a reality as he opened the doors of his 50 tap facility, and welcomed in beer loving enthusiasts from all over the Willamette Valley.

Sit a spell while you sample beers by the tasting flight, glass or pint and be sure to fill your growler to go, or browse their over 800 square foot selection of unique domestic & international finished goods.

Having lived in Albany for over 20 years, James is passionate about his community and is excited to bring a business unlike any other to this downtown storefront. With one of the biggest beer selections boasting a vast variety of styles & flavors, there is literally something for everyone.

An interior design mixture of modern & industrial, the light space is open and inviting, offering plenty of room of large groups to gather, sports fans to watch a game on one of their many TVs, or friends to cozy up in a quite corner. Need to send some emails? Bring your computer and work remotely with their free & speedy wifi.

Open daily at 11, the No Rails Ale House is ready to tantalize your tastebuds.

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