Raise a Glass to Spring – Terramar

With the change of seasons comes a change of menu and operating hours. Starting April 1, Terramar will be open seven days a week.

Taproom Hours:
Sun-Thur 11:30am to 9:00pm
Fri-Sat 11:30am to 9:00pm
Speakeasy Hours:
Mon-Fri 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Sat-Sun 11:30am to 9:00pm

You can find the Spring Taplist, Cocktail and Food menus on the Terramar website, and the Taplist and Food menus on the online order page. The three rotating pizza specials change more often than the regular menu, and are in more of a limited supply.

Terramar’s 3rd Annual bottle release of the Quadrupel Ale is now for sale in the taproom and select bottle shops. The 2023 bottle-conditioned Space Quadyssey is a blend of 70% 2023 stainless fermented Quadrupel with 30% of 2022 Quadrupel aged in freshly emptied Terramar Whiskey barrels for 12 months. Full-bodied, bold, and complex with malty notes of plum, dark cherry, toasted caramel, toffee, and subtle spice with subtle oak, tannin, and vanillin complexity from the portion which was barrel aged. Bottle-conditioned with champagne yeast, drink now or age at cellar temperatures.

Terramar is expanding into Seattle and beyond! They have partnered with River Barrel Distributing to share its award-winning beer, cider, and spirits with more of Western Washington. River Barrel serves King, Pierce, Thurston, Lewis, Snohomish, Kitsap, and Grays Harbor. We look forward to showcasing Skagit Valley’s magic by sharing our terroir-driven beer, cider, and spirits with more Washingtonians.

Keep an eye out for one of our core beverages (2022 SIP Magazine Best of the Northwest Platinum winner “Amber On” Amber Ale • 2021 WA Beer Awards Gold winner, “Old Number Six” Blonde Steam Beer • “Weizen Up” Weissbier • “Edison Crisp” Dry Cider • “Quasi” Semi-Dry Cider • “Harvest” Fruited Cider, 2022 ADI and World Spirits Award winning Single Malt Whiskey, Vodka and Gin), as well as our seasonal and smaller projects.

Terramar is honored to be recognized by The Good Food Foundation as a Finalist in the 2023 Good Food Awards for its Single Malt Vodka and American Single Malt Whiskey. The foundation recognizes distillers committed to sustainability and their craft, making responsible choices at every step of the process. Spirits that meet the criteria for entry can trace all of their ingredients, from base distillate to added ingredients, without the use of genetically modified crops and artificial additives.

Small Batch Spirits Series at Terramar

The small batch spirits are the first in a series of unique one-off spirits crafted from Skagit Valley ingredients.

Bourbon Whiskey | 375ml | $39
51% Skagit white corn, 25% Skagit white wheat, 24% Copeland malted barley, distilled and aged in new charred oak barrels. Notes: Sweet vanilla, caramel, toffee, stone fruit. Palate: Balanced flavor of vanilla, sweet corn, caramelized sugar, with a charred oak finish.

Barrel Aged Gin | 375ml | $27
Experimental Gin recipe, barrel aged in a freshly emptied Terramar Single Malt Whiskey barrel. Nose: Floral, menthol, ginger snaps, cinnamon, peppermint, butter cookie. Palate: Floral, herbal, bitter orange, vanilla, butter cookie, cinnamon, toasted coconut with a citrusy pepper finish.

Terramar Grand Opening Halloween Weekend!

Terramar is the newest brewery to the Skagit Valley and is celebrating its grand opening on Halloween Weekend!  Located in Edison, Washington, in what was originally (back in 1890) a slaughterhouse, owners Chris and Jen Barker have created a thoughtfully designed and community-oriented destination.  From the outside deck to the murals to the kids play-room, I found myself smitten with Terramar’s vibe within minutes of entering.


Jen and Chris started with a vision for a farm brewery.   That vision is crystal clear when you take a look at the menu.  Terramar’s beer and spirits feature malts from Skagit Valley Malting and their pizza dough is a 3-day sourdough ferment made with 100% Cairnspring Mills flour.  Their small bites, salads, and pizza feature cheese from Gothberg Farms, Samish Bay Cheese, and Ferndale Farmstead along with their very own Terrarmar cheese.  Blanchard Mountain Farm, Well Fed Farms, Viva Farms, Cascadia Mushrooms, BeeWorks Farm and Blau Shellfish supply many of the ingredients for the inventive and tasty offerings.  With names such as Fuzzy Piggy and Clamdango, you get a sense of the creative minds at work!


Mike Armstrong has been at the helm on the brewing stage to get things rock and rolling.  Just arrived from Alaska’s Denali Brewing Co. is head brewer Greg Spore.   Spore is excited to dive in with the abundance of the rich Skagit Valley bounty.  From Skagit Valley Malting to local blueberries, Spore plans on creating high quality clean and crisp beers but also pushing the creative envelope.  Terramar plans on having 12 craft beers on tap and a few ciders shortly.  I enjoyed on tap a blueberry basil martini while visiting Terramar for the first time.   Starring Blanchard Mountain Farm basil-infused vodka and cold-pressed Bow Hill blueberry juice,  it tasted as good as it sounded.


Join us in celebrating the newest brewery in the Skagit Valley this Halloween!  From 11:30 – 9:00, Terramar is hosting an all-day spooky kids maze, kids and adult costume awards, and a Jack-O-Lantern contest.  They are also releasing the fall cocktail special  The Hazelnut Fig Old-Fashion with Samish Island foraged hazelnuts!