The taps will open soon
Brewed and Canned at Longmire Springs Brewing, Packwood, WA.
473 ML (1 PINT) 7% Alc. by Vol.
WEST COAST IPA
473 ML (1 PINT) 5% Alc. by Vol.
473 ML (1 PINT) 4.5% Alc. by Vol.
473 ML (1 PINT) 6.5% Alc. by Vol.
OUR BREWHOUSE & TAPROOM
A place to meet friends, and enjoy a good brew.
When we open, we will have outdoor and indoor seating areas with cozy fireplaces. Our establishment will be family and dog friendly. While we won't have a kitchen, customers can bring their own food to enjoy with a pint.
A maximum of 5 people can be at each table due to Covid. We will have hand sanitizer available, and will be sanitizing each table as customers leave and before new customers arrive.
TO GO ORDERS
Once we are open, call us at (360) 670-0998 if you would like to pick up an order to go for cans or growler fills.
Please allow 30 minutes after placing your order to pick up.
No outside alcohol
Well-behaved dogs allowed if on-leash
Kids with continuous parent supervision are welcome
Stay tuned! Once we open, upcoming events will be posted here.
independent- and brewer-owned & operated
Co-founders, and husband and wife team, Peter Charbonnier and Amy Besunder opened Populuxe Brewing in 2012 in the bucolic beer mecca of Ballard, WA. Peter had been an award-winning home brewer and the two were inspired to see if they could turn his hobby into a business. The response was overwhelmingly positive and in 2016, they expanded to a larger facility. Many awards were won, including the prestigious Small Brewery of the Year (2018). More importantly, a community was built, and great friends and memories were made.
In 2019, as COVID-19 took hold of the country, the couple retreated to their home in Packwood, WA. Members of the community since 2008, it had long been their dream to live there, full-time. In the wake of a global pandemic, they threw caution to the wind, sold the brewery and pulled up stakes planning to “find some low-stress jobs and enjoy the good life.” That lasted a few months till they were approached by some neighbors. There was an awesome and empty building crying out for a new life on the edge of town and a supportive community who were thirsty for some locally brewed beer. And so, Longmire Springs Brewing was born.
THE BEER MASTERS
Peter Charbonnier & Amy Besunder
Finding Inspiration in Every Pour