1188 Brewing Company

141 East Main Street, John Day, OR, USA • Last Updated: Monday, October 25 2021

On Tap

1. Surfing Valhalla — 1188
  • West Coast IPA
  • 6.8%

A West Coast "C" hopped IPA fermented at a high temperature with a traditional Norwegian Kviek strain of yeast. West meets Nordic North.

2. Cravensworth — 1188
  • Raspberry Porter
  • 6.2%

Out of the shadows comes an English Style Porter, with a deep secret. Its sweet aroma will for sure have you under its spell. The luring texture and full body will satisfy even a hundred year-old thirst. Flavors of Roasted Malt, Dark Chocolate, Blood Red Raspberries, and Black Currants with hints of stone fruit.

3. Gam Saan — 1188
  • Farm-Type Blonde
  • 5.2%

The name for this farm-style ale translates to Golden Mountain. A unique and signature character ale to celebrate the Chinese immigrants of the gold rush in Grant County.

4. Bines N' Tines — 1188
  • Harvest Ale
  • 4.2%

Our second fresh hop brew uses local hops, some Gnome Grown by the Gnome himself, to create this Harvest Ale that is perfect for watching the seasons change. Just the beer to enjoy while putting your feet up after a day outdoors.

5. What A Peach — 1188
  • Gose
  • 4.7%

A twist on the popular Gose Girl, we’ve added fresh picked, locally grown, peaches from Kimberly Orchards. This slightly sour, crisp peachy gose is perfectly balanced with soft mouthfeel and dry finish, with subtle tones of himilayen sea salt and fresh ground coriander, an absolute must for the hot early harvest season.

6. Majestic Eyes — 1188
  • Amber Lager
  • 5.2%

As opposed to “Do fries come with that shake” the most unique pickup line definitely should have its own beer to commemorate it right? So from the beer that started it, comes the Amber 2.0 in memory of that day. This new amber is sure to be more smooth and graceful, without that awkward feeling between you.

7. My Clementine — 1188
  • American Wheat
  • 4.7%

A crisp citrus American wheat beer that is easy drinking and refreshing with the aroma and taste of clementines. A golden sunshine color and smooth taste combine to make a crowd pleasing summer favorite.

8. Heritage Fresh Hop — 1188
  • Harvest Ale
  • 5.2%

We took our Wildhorse IPA recipe and replaced the modern hops with fresh local “heritage“ hops that have been growing on local homesteads for over a hundred years to create this Harvest Ale.

9. Pineapple Mango — Avid Cider
  • Avid Cider
  • 6%

10. Chardonnay — Coopers Hall
  • Coopers Hall Wine

11. Hazy Guava — Rain Barrel Cider
  • Rain Barrel Cider
  • 6.5%

12. Raspberry Lemonade — 1188
  • 1188 Hard Seltzer
  • 5.5%

You'll notice our seltzer is a little different . nothing artificial here. The Taste of summer, sweet ripe whole raspberries and fresh squeezed tart lemonade. our seltzer is full on flavor but just the right amount of light and bubbly to make this an easy sipping enjoyable seltzer.

Coming Soon

Belgian Golden Strong — 1188
  • Belgian Golden Strong

Logan Valley — 1188
  • American Light Lager

Tattiebogle — 1188
  • Smoked Scottish wee heavy
  • 8.9%

Molasses and beechwood smoked grain add unique flavor to this Scottish Wee Heavy brew. Blends of roasted caramel and toffee flavors give this beer a rich complex but pleasing flavor that will surprise but don't let 8.9% scare you off.

Cans to Go

Gam Saan — 1188
  • Farm-Type Blonde
  • 5.2%

The name for this farm-style ale translates to Golden Mountain. A unique and signature character ale to celebrate the Chinese immigrants of the gold rush in Grant County.

My Clementine — 1188
  • American Wheat
  • 4.7%

A crisp citrus American wheat beer that is easy drinking and refreshing with the aroma and taste of clementines. A golden sunshine color and smooth taste combine to make a crowd pleasing summer favorite.

Cravensworth — 1188
  • Raspberry Porter
  • 6.2%

Out of the shadows comes an English Style Porter, with a deep secret. Its sweet aroma will for sure have you under its spell. The luring texture and full body will satisfy even a hundred year-old thirst. Flavors of Roasted Malt, Dark Chocolate, Blood Red Raspberries, and Black Currants with hints of stone fruit.

Cold Trail Ale — 1188
  • Oatmeal Stout
  • 5.8%

A smoky oatmeal stout dedicated to the wildland fire fighters out cold trailing in the hot summer heat. The roast and smoke in this beer won’t have your eyes watering or leave your throat dry. Perfect stout for any time of year with roasted malt dominating the nose with a sweet and creamy backing ( Cold Trail is a term used by wildland fire fighters for feeling with their hands in order to check for heat or burning roots and such that can’t be seen.)

There Was A Time — 1188
  • Light Golden Ale
  • 4.9%

All Hips & Tips — 1188
  • Blonde
  • 5.5%

A new age Blonde brewed with rose hips and fresh spruce tips picked by our very own brewer. This is a super smooth beer with the aroma of spruce and citrus. It has a light, crisp, refreshing flavor, light on hoppiness.

What A Peach — 1188
  • Gose
  • 4.7%

High Desert Amber — 1188
  • Amber
  • 5.5%

Majestic Eyes — 1188
  • Amber Lager
  • 5.2%

As opposed to “Do fries come with that shake” the most unique pickup line definitely should have its own beer to commemorate it right? So from the beer that started it, comes the Amber 2.0 in memory of that day. This new amber is sure to be more smooth and graceful, without that awkward feeling between you.

Heritage Fresh Hop — 1188
  • Harvest Ale
  • 5.2%

We took our Wildhorse IPA recipe and replaced the modern hops with fresh local “heritage“ hops that have been growing on local homesteads for over a hundred years to create this Harvest Ale.

Mazelnut — 1188
  • American Brown Ale
  • 6.3%

An 1188 regular's favorite, this brown ale is malty and flavorful with caramel and chocolate notes. If you enjoy a dark beer Mazelnut takes it a taste step further with the addition of maple and hazelnut. Get it before it's gone!!

Surfing Valhalla — 1188
  • West Coast IPA
  • 6.8%

A West Coast "C" hopped IPA fermented at a high temperature with a traditional Norwegian Kviek strain of yeast. West meets Nordic North.