Port Townsend Food Co-op Offers Beer & Wine from Local Producers

The Food Co-op, 414 Kearney Street, Port Townsend, 98368
Port Townsend
Phone: (360) 385-2883

Local Beer & Wine

  • Alpenfire Organic Cider in Port Townsend, WA–award-winning cider, bitter-sweet semi-sweet and extra dry traditional unpasteurized & unfiltered cider.
  • Bainbridge Island Vineyards on Bainbridge Island, WA-locally grown grapes made into fine local wines including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Madeleine Angevine, Ferryboat White, and Strawberry Wine made with Bainbridge Island strawberries.
  • Eaglemount Cidery in Port Townsend, WA-award-winning hard cider crafted from heirloom apples from the old Eaglemount homestead site and other old homesteads on the peninsula.
  • Eleven Winery on Bainbridge Island, WA-a small family-run winery producing great wines from Washington and Oregon grapes.
  • Fairwinds Winery in Port Townsend, WA-Port Townsend winery is the only Washington winery producing Aligote (a white Burgundy). Also look for Gewürztraminer, Lemberger, and Fireweed Mead.
  • Finnriver Farm Cidery in Chimacum, WA-artisan sparkling cider and farmstead sparkling cider.
  • Hoodsport Winery in Clallam County-small award-winning winery located on the Olympic Peninsula. Look for Raspberry and Rhubarb wines.
  • Lost Mountain Winery in Sequim, WA-small, family-owned winery produces limited bottlings of red wines including Distinguished Dage Red and Cellar Rat Red.
  • Olympic Cellars in Clallam County-a winery owned and operated by 3 “sisters through the grape,” bringing us fine wines like Working Girl White, Dungeness White, and Rose the Riveter.
  • Port Townsend Brewing Company in Port Townsend, WA-local ales brewed by our PT brewery include Scotch-style Ale, Porter, Boatyard bitter and I.P.A.
  • Sorensen Cellars in Port Townsend, WA-small family winery making wines from Washington grapes. Two labels: Sorensen and Townsend Bay.

How do you define Local? Grown in Jefferson, Island, Kitsap, Clallam Counties We define “Local” as grown, raised, or produced in Jefferson, Clallam, Kitsap or Island Counties. Local products are identified with an “L”-Local shelf tag. Shelf labels with a green State of Washington outline identify products from Washington.