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Join the Alliance!

Whether you brew craft beer or cider, or are a business or organization involved in the larger brewing community, by becoming a Brewshed® Alliance partner you can be a powerful voice for protecting the clean water that supports the brewing industry, and the wildlands and wildlife that make Oregon such a great place to live, play, and brew.

Oregon Brewshed® Alliance partnership can take many forms: Learn more and join the Alliance today!

Speak up for wildlands, waters, and wildlife

Everyone who enjoys Oregon’s amazing craft brews can be a powerful voice for the clean water required to make it. Oregon Wild helps our Brewshed® Alliance partners advocate for the clean water that comes from their brewsheds®, the forests and wild lands in their headwaters, and the wildlife that depend on them for their homes.

Wolf, bald eagle, and whale photo grid

Public lands and clean water are home to native wildlife that need our help to thrive.


Oregon’s forests provide and protect the clean, cold water we all love - but they need our protection.

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Wild, clear waters flow from our taps and support recreation and wildlife across Oregon. Let’s work to protect Oregon’s rivers and streams!

More Ways to Get Involved

Think wild, drink wild:  Support Brewshed® Alliance partners 

When you drink beer and cider crafted by Oregon Brewshed® Alliance member breweries, you’re protecting the brews you love by protecting the forests and watersheds they depend on.

Attend Brewshed® Alliance partner fundraising and benefit events

Follow Oregon Wild on social media, or check the website for event updates to find Brewshed® Alliance pint–nights and other events.


Learn more about Oregon’s brewsheds®

Falling in love with the rivers, forests, wild places in Oregon’s brewsheds® is a great way to become an advocate for these places - along with the brews that depend on them. Learn more here.


Support Oregon Wild

Want to more directly support the work Oregon Wild does to protect wild lands, wildlife, and waters? Sign up for their e-news or make a donation today! (

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