Our Philosophy: Celebrate the Coast
Not just local, Oregon local.
Oregonians take ‘local’ seriously. We’re no exception. Beyond brewing beer with locally sourced ingredients, 7 Devils celebrates the coast by uplifting those who do the same — from farmers and musicians to distillers and artists, we encourage everyone to utilize and enjoy our abundant Adventure Coast as much as we do.
Taking pride in our craft
Farm to Table & Farm to Foam
At 7 Devils, we see our social, ethical, and environmental responsibility as a privilege. Having so many like-minded businesses in our community makes our work a breeze. We’ve built 7 Devils to be a gathering place for foodies, hopheads, and casual patrons alike and we’re proud to celebrate coastal creativity by serving up food and drinks that feature the bountiful offerings of our beautiful coast and community.
As the late Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be(er) the change you wish to see in the world.”
music on the bay
7 Devils is driven to help the next generation succeed and thrive by supporting both the Kids Hope Center and the Boys and Girls Club. These organizations are instrumental in providing safe spaces and support for at-risk youth so they can achieve the life they deserve.
Chinook Redd Ale
Community is at the heart of all we do. That includes our brewing. Our Chinook Redd Ale is a benefit beer that was born as a collaboration with the Coos and Coquille Watershed Associations. They’re focused on fortifying salmon populations by teaming up with local landowners to improve their natural habitats.
Chinook Redd Ale is brewed with certified Salmon Safe Chinook hops grown by Crosby Farms in Woodburn, Oregon, and was named after the nests — or redds — that salmon lay their eggs in each fall.
LOCAL ART at 7 devils
7 Devils strives to be a sustainable business that is socially, ethically and environmentally responsible. A community place where passionate people converge to create a positive environment and inspired products.
Daniel Cespedes Photos
Artist Elizabeth Roberts shares her passion for stewardship, art and education by turning ocean plastics she collects from local beaches in to meaningful works of art. From the Gulf of Alaska to the Gulf of Maine, Elizabeth has worked on both marine debris removal projects and scientific research expeditions. She has built sculptures for The Washed Ashore Project in Oregon, Norrie Point Environmental Center in Staatsburg, New York and for Bømlo Kunstlag in Norway. Her aim is to use her art to educate about the issues of single use plastics and its impacts on our ocean, and to inspire positive changes in consumer habits. Follow her on social Make Art Not Trash and @marinedebris911