Frequently Asked Questions at Public Coast Brewing Co.
Learn the basics before grabbing a brew and burger at Public Coast Brewing Co.
No, we do not take reservations. We offer a counter-style service with self-seating.
Yes! To learn more about hosting an event with us, contact us here.
|Monday||12:00 pm – 8:00 pm|
|Thursday||12:00 pm – 8:00 pm|
|Friday||12:00 pm – 9:00 pm|
|Saturday||12:00 pm – 9:00 pm|
|Sunday||12:00 pm – 8:00 pm|
Yes! We have several vegetarian options available. Almost every item on this menu is available in a gluten-free version, including our deep-fried items. We make every effort to avoid cross-contamination, but please note that our restaurant is not entirely gluten-free, so cross-contamination is always a possibility.
We have a large parking lot for those dining in and plenty of street parking as well.
Our Chef is Leonel Nolazco Luna (known as Leo). After immigrating to the United States at age 16, he found his way to Clatsop County and starting working for Martin North as a dishwasher. He then worked his way up to cook, and now Kitchen Manager at Public Coast. His friendly nature is loved by all, and his passion for cooking is evident in his brewery eats. When not cooking up burgers and the best onion rings on the coast, Leo can be found playing soccer and working on cars.
Our brewmaster is Will Leroux. Trained as a chef, Will was eager to try out his home-brewing skills on a larger canvas. Will’s talent with flavors was a huge bonus: together, they could brew beers that were seasonal, original, classic, or a little bit twisted. To this date, over 100 batches of beer have been brewed and Will has received recognition for his work, including an Oregon Beer Awards gold medal win for the ’67 Blonde Ale, and most recently, another gold for the Blonde at the World Beer Cup.
Gift cards can be purchased at Public Coast Brewing Company.