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Our Beers

Creating delicious craft beer in our community is what drives us. 


Backroad Bliss IPA

7.1% ABV       65 IBU

Backroad Bliss is our flagship India Pale Ale and pays homage to friends and family that support our journey. Amber in color, aroma of oranges, and classic American hops. Well-balanced with restraint on the bitterness, balanced malt with nice hop finish and a hint of honey.

Easy Float Blonde Ale

5.6% ABV       21 IBU

Easy Float is an easy-drinking blonde ale named after a relaxing way to pass the time on the East Fork of the Lewis River. Smooth in flavor with a subtle malt sweetness, a hint of citrus, and accented with the delicate aroma of Czech hops. This brilliant blonde ale is mellow and flavorful: a perfect introduction to craft beer.


Podunk Porter

6.2% ABV       25 IBU

Historical rumor has it that La Center was known as “Podunk” before 1875 when river traffic started coming through. The town has grown from its out-of-the-way roots, but we still strive to keep the small town feel. A silky dark brown beer that isn’t too heavy or overly hoppy with a hint of chocolate caramel.

Jackpot Juicy

6.5% ABV       36 IBU

We went all in creating Jackpot--a juicy, mouth-watering India pale ale filled with fruity aroma and flavor. Savor a hazy brew ripe with tangerine and grapefruit.


The success of La Center has been intertwined with the luck of the draw since 1985. We’re gambling on the future with a winning hand of Amarillo, Citra and Mosaic hops--creating a quenching citrus combination.


Sternwheeler Double IPA

8.1% ABV       88 IBU

The “La Center” was a steamer paddle wheel boat that traveled up and down the Lewis River from the Portland market from 1912-1932. Exit 16’s Sternwheeler delivers a stern, hop-forward IPA with a pensive aroma of earthiness, pine and floral notes, with a spicy, citrus and lemon undercurrent.

Cherry Strudel Wheat

5.8% ABV       15 IBU

Fruity, light on the palette, but still full of depth and flavor, this refreshing beer was created to capture the essence of endless summer days in rural Clark County.   Local fresh picked Rainier cherries are the secret to the sweet taste of our pastry-inspired malt beverage.

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