Buoy Beer Company

1 8th Street, Astoria, OR 97103, United States

503-325-4540

Astoria, Oregon 

Here, one of the West’s most relentless rivers meets the wilderness of an entire ocean. The unstoppable meets the unyielding. And here, a community with grit and backbone make that meeting work.

The river that built a town is home for building this beer. A place where hard work and hustle matter; where the local color has seen a little weather; where the newest generation wasn’t born yesterday.

This is beer with history to it; a story to unfold, a tale to be told.Brewed from this confluence of pride and place. New beer, with a few centuries under its belt. Beer you can savor and share. Made of a few pure ingredients and a whole lot of local flavor.

Just like the town it comes from.

BEERS UP!

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