EUGENE, Ore. — The American Cancer Society received a hefty check thanks to the first ever Hop to Hop. Hop Valley Brewing organized the five-mile walk from its location in the Whiteaker to its brew house in Springfield. The event exceeded expectations. They had hoped to raise $2,500. Thanks to a great turnout, they were … Continue reading »
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Hop Valley is getting in the pink spirit by pouring glasses of pink beer this month. They’ll be serving it up at both the Eugene and Springfield locations every Wednesday through Oct. 22. For every pint sold, they’ll donate $1 to the American Cancer Society. Staff say customers have become fast-fans of … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — New jobs are pouring into Eugene, and Hop Valley Brewing is hoping you’ll help celebrate Monday night. The company has seen a 75 percent increase in production, and it is spilling into new markets. On Monday, four new tanks arrived at their production facility in the Whiteaker neighborhood. Five more will arrive … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — The annual Give a Pint, Get a Pint program is under way at the Lane Blood Center. This is the second year it’s holding the popular promotion, which gets you a pint of beer for a pint a blood. The blood center say last year it significantly helped increase donations, and Hop … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Hop Valley Brewing Company hopped on the bandwagon to give back this holiday season. The brewery wants you to put your best square foot forward and help donate to the Relief Nursery. You can sponsor a square for $167, and in return you’ll get a certificate for a keg of beer. “The … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Hop Valley had a groundbreaking for its new production facility Monday morning. The Springfield brewery is expanding into 990 W 1st Ave. in the Whiteaker neighborhood. Workers are excited about what this means for the company and the community at large. The company also unveiled a new logo at the groundbreaking.
EUGENE, Ore. — Another local brewery is spilling out of their current space and expanding further into the Whiteaker Neighborhood. Hop Valley signs deck the old warehouse building on the 900 block of 1st Avenue. The brewery has been experiencing a higher demand and needs more space. The extra location will be used for a … Continue reading »