Churchkey was honored to be apart of a fantastic double decker bus tour of some great people and small businesses that “Make”. Local Craftsman and Artisans that are working hard to create beautiful useful things by hand. The brain child of Jason Sturgill, this project set our to inspire, educate and connect locals to the studios and workshops in the world of “Makers”. We are looking forward to the next one.

Photos of the event

 


JL
08/13/2012 11:33am

I found your beer at John's Market in Portland over the weekend. My father has been collecting beer cans since he was in his 20's. I've taken on most of his 1,000+ cans, which are sitting in my garage. I have always been most intreiged by steel and flat tops, so when I came across your can at the store, I spent $9 of my last $14. I was giddy about your can, and the Pilsner was excellent. I'm really excited to share your beer with my friends, and I'll be sending a case to my father in Texas. Thank you! Keep the beer coming!

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11/26/2012 10:24pm

Ahhhh.... That was so refreshing.. I have one in my hand now while I am Commenting. Guys it is a must try beer.

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abariss Culajk
02/10/2014 11:29am

I have been trying for weeks to contact churchkey regarding buying there beer or finding a store in portland that carry's their beer. The company isn't responding and their web site store locator isn't working.

Any one?

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dennis snyder
10/24/2014 9:32am

They never respond, I've only found it in one store ever in Lake Stevens WA. I live in Vallejo now and want to buy it. The website doesn't work. Are they still in business? Even on FB they didn't answer! What gives guys!?!

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