Stickmen Brewing Set Sights to Open More Taprooms

Stickmen Brewing Co., a nine-year-old, award-winning brewery and taproom, is geared to open a third taproom this fall in Happy Valley and a fourth next spring in Cedar Mill.

The Happy Valley taproom sits on the corner of S.E. 172nd and Vogel in a newly constructed 5,873-square-foot space, at Happy Valley Crossroads East. This location is the second phase of the shopping center led by local developer, Gramor Development, and anchored by Fred Meyer.

Similar to Stickmen’s Tualatin location, the Happy Valley taproom will feature 28 taps, wood-fired pizza, and salads as well as an expansive outdoor seating area. As an added bonus it will also be an Italian-inspired coffee bar in the mornings serving espresso drinks and freshly baked frittatas.

The Cedar Mill taproom was originally slated to open this fall, but the developer has delayed the construction of the 5,000-square-foot facility at Kirkland Place Plaza at Barnes and 118th in Cedar Mill.

Principal Owner and Recipe Creator Tim Schoenheit said the timing is right to expand and the locations they selected are ripe for growth opportunities.

“We had been working on finding the right site for an expansion into Beaverton for almost two years so we were very excited to find a great space in Happy Valley so quickly after the sudden delay for the Cedar Mill project,” Schoenheit said. “We are excited to add Happy Valley to our community of great beer and pizza, and we look forward to providing a fun and delicious experience for our future customers in both of the new locations.”

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