After our hike, Andy and I stopped by Rack and Cloth for some cider. They feature two different ciders which honestly weren’t our cup of tea. Both were very delicate and low in acidity.
Andy had spotted Mosier Union Tap House when we first arrived for our hike and wanted to check it out after the cider. We walked into the yard area of the pub and who did Andy see? His old coworker Shawn! Turns out the Mosier Union Tap House was his place which he’d opened only 9 days earlier.
We chatted with Shawn catching up on what was going on in his life. He gave us a tour of the property and shared some of his ideas for making it a more viable business.
Shawn has over 20 beers on tap and plenty of cider with a full menu. I was really impressed by the food selection. He has a few salads, some sandwiches but focuses on bowls prepared with brown rice, your choice of protein and tasty toppings. You can sit outside or inside depending on your preference. He has both booths and bar seats available. And the outside area has a fire pit. It felt like we were hanging out at a friends house.