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Events on October 5, 2014

Monroe Street Live at the Farm

Starts: 4:00 pm
Ends: October 5, 2014 – 8:00 pm
Location: Agrarian Ales, LLC, 31115 Crossroads Ln W, Eugene, OR, United States
Events on October 11, 2014

Tatiamo Live at the Farm

Starts: 5:00 pm
Ends: October 11, 2014 – 8:00 pm
Location: Agrarian Ales, LLC, 31115 Crossroads Ln W, Eugene, OR, United States
Events on October 18, 2014

Mike Davis live on the farm

Starts: 5:00 pm
Ends: October 18, 2014 – 8:00 pm
Location: Agrarian Ales, LLC, 31115 Crossroads Ln W, Eugene, OR, United States

Summer Menu


At Agrarian, we strive to source and prepare the freshest, tastiest, and most sustainable cuisine we can offer from this bountiful valley.  To that end, our farmhouse menu is a reflection of what is available at the moment from our farm as well as our neighboring organic farmers and processors. The menu items may vary from day to day, but this diversity ensures the most delicious preparation of the produce, proteins and grains. We are thankful to the farmers, ranchers and foragers who are the backbone of the menu we proudly offer to you.

Crossroads Farm (Agrarian)–The chiles, tomatoes, squashes, herbs, and other produce surrounding the property are the heart and soul of our creations in the kitchen and in the brewery.

Gathering Together Farm (Philomath)– An incredible organic operation, with a full on-farm restaurant and presence at a slew of farmers markets around the state.  Salad greens, carrots, cucumbers, kale, and other seasonal produce in abundance from their farm help keep our kitchen stocked with fresh, organic ingredients year round.

Lonesome Whistle Farm (Junction City)– From heirloom beans and corn to ancient grains for cooking, baking, and brewing,  this one-of-a-kind farm is providing protein and starch staples that greatly enrich the potential of our local food network.  We love their corn for brewing, popping, and polenta, as well as their variety of beautiful dry beans and heirloom grains for healthy summer dishes and nutritious winter soups.

McKenzie River Farm (Leaburg)–Home of Organic Redneck, purveyors of the ultimate farm life.  The tastiest blueberries and heirloom melons from this farm go into a majority of our fresh summer sodas at the brewery.   You can find Agrarian on tap in the summer at their kitchen as well.

Rivers Turn Farm (Coburg)– Our neighbors John and Martha have been tending their land organically for over 30 years.  They have incubated and helped many realize their dream of farming in this wonderful valley.  We look to utilize their excess bounty as the seasons turn cold to keep our kitchen offerings diverse and collaborate to keep farming a primary value in people’s lives.

Wintergreen Farm (Noti)– A multi-family, biodynamic farm on a gorgeous setting in the Oregon Coast Range.  We get a lot of their root crops and leafy greens because of their full flavors and textures, evidence of incredibly healthy soils due to sound land management.

Deck Family Farm (Junction City) — A fully pasture-based farm teeming with peaceful animals roaming green hills and valleys, Deck supplies the valley with high-quality organic meat and eggs.  They make us  wonderful pepperoni and sausage linguica for our pizzas.

Hunton Farms/ Camas Country Mill (Junction City)–A long-time family farm just across the river, who are growing brewing-grade grains and legumes suitable for milling and producing baking-grade flours that we use in a variety of products.  From the flour for our pizza doughs, to the garbanzos in our hummus, to the oats for our heady beers, we love that we can get these type of ingredients grown and processed right here in our community.

Groundworks Organics (Junction City)–A significant organic operation providing the entire range of fruits and vegetables available in the valley.  Their strawberries are a staple in our summer sodas at the farm.

Honey Tree Apiaries (Alpine)– Our good friend Ethan works as hard as his bees do, and his honey is truly unique.  Setting hives all over the southern valley and coast range, including the fields surrounding the brewery, Honey Tree specializes in varietal honeys, where the bees are concentrated on one or two types of pollen.   You’ll find it in our sodas, beers, and on the menu occasionally to pair with a fresh cheese.

Noisette Pastry Kitchen (Eugene)– Exquisite breakfast and lunch selections (awesome sandwiches!) from a kitchen sourcing seasonal ingredients direct from the farmers in our community.  Sam bakes some incredible sourdough, and he incorporates a bit of spent grain from our brews into his hearty loaves.  The Farmer Burger on the summer menu also features their brioche bun.

Fern’s Edge Goat Dairy (Lowell)–A quaint, yet stunning family farm just east of Eugene.  The goats live a fulfilling life, roaming about beautiful Cascade foothills and feasting on spent grain from Agrarian.  They give back with rich, creamy milk that is transformed into soft, tart chevre and sharp, distinct aged hard cheeses that we feature year round.  Try a slice of Goata, their incredible goat gouda on the Farmer Burger.

Honor Earth Farm (Pleasant Hill)–Have you had the candied hazelnuts at the tasting room?  This is where we get them.  Perfectly sized, they have the ultimate crunch when you toast them right.  You haven’t had them?  They are the perfect snack to pair with nearly every beer we have on our taplist, and they make our cheese plate something special.

The Mushroomery (Lebanon)– A year round source for a vast array of wildcrafted and cultivated fungi…shiitake, oyster, chanterelle, and boletes…oh my.

Jacobsen Salt (Netarts)– Hand-harvested pure sea salt directly from Netarts Bay on the north Oregon Coast.