Cada Dia Creamery Aged Cheddar, Cascadia Creamery Glacier Blue, Willamette Valley Creamery Aged Gouda, Briar Rose Creamery Classic Chevre, Mt. Townsend Creamery Camp Fire. Served with red wine-black fig jam, hazelnuts, apples & artisan bread
a culinary charge of 1.5% is automatically added to all guest checks based on food purchases allowing our customer's to share, directly with our kitchen team, their gratitude for Timberline Lodge's culinary experience. An 18.5% gratuity will be added to the bill or tables of 8 or more guests. Thank you!
On December 5th, 1933, the 21st ammendment ended a 13 year ban on alcoholic beverages in the United States. Three years later, construction of Timberline Lodge began. Although guests could bring their own alcoholic beverages, and the Blue Ox operated as a "bottle bar", the lodge itself was essentially dry until 1953, at which time, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued the lodge it's first license to sell liquor by the drink.
Old Fashioned (circa 1806)
A pre-prohibition cocktail, invented to improve the taste of indifferent whiskey. Pendleton, sugar, bitters, orange, amarena cherry served on the rocks with soda & candied orange
Moscow Mule (circa 1941)
Invented as a way for the young entrepreneurs John Martin & Jack Morgan to sell their fledgling vodka label: Crater Lake vodka, Fentimans ginger beer, lime
served as is traditional in a copper mug$11.00
copper mug available for purchase$40.00
Bees Knees (circa 1930)
The original lemon drop, developed to disguise the flavor of bad gin during Prohibition: Crater Lake gin, lemon, honey, served up with a sprig of rosemary
Manhattan (circa 1870)
Woodford Reserve aged solera style in a hollowed out oak stump, copper pressed ice ball, frothed Carpano Antica sweet vermouth, lodge made cedar berry bitters served up with an amarena cherry
Bloody Mary (circa 1921)
Original recipe from 1969 in the Ram's Head. The origin is unclear, and there are multiple conflicting claims of who invented the bloody mary. We do know it's been named "the worlds most complex cocktail; with Crater Lake vodka served in a pint glass
Negroni (circa 1919)
From Orson Welles while working in Rome, he described a new drink called Negroni as "the bitters are excellent for your liver, the gin is bad for you, they balance each other". Crater Lake gin, Carpano Antica vermouth, Campari on the rocks with candied orange
Handcrafted Ales of the Mt. Hood Brewing Co.
Ice Axe India Pale Ale
Our flagship beer; aggressively hopped, it's a rich & satisfying strong pale ale
Imperial Pint (22 Oz)$7.50
Cloud Cap Amber Ale
Mildly flavored & medium bodied; somewhat crisper & more aromatic than other Pacific NW amber ales
Imperial Pint (22 Oz)$7.50
Cascadian Pale Ale
Our unfiltered Pale Ale is sunny in color, has a clean crisp flavor with just the right kick of Cascadian hops
Imperial Pint 22 Oz$7.50
Highland Meadow Blonde Ale
Aromas of of lightly toasted malts, honey-fruit esters & delicate hops; rich & complex in flavor
Imperial Pint (22 Oz)$7.50
Balanced flavors of roasted & smoked malts, smooth & mellow flavors from moderately bitter hops
Imperial Pint (22 Oz)$7.50
Hogsback Oatmeal Stout
Deep reddish-black, unusually complex aroma, coffee & chocolate notes; mild hop spiciness & roasty caramel
Imperial Pint (22 Oz)$7.50
Voeden Glacier XII
Belgian style quadrupel aged for 12 months in French oak wine barrels that previously held Oregon pinot noir; hints of charred wood, figs, raisins, cherries, vanilla barrel notes & subtle tart red wine fruitiness this beer will get better with age for up to 5 years; packaged fall of 2016, a very special, limited release. 9.45% abv
Apres Ski Drinks
The Ram's Head Bar was added to the mezzanine in 1950 to create an additional attraction forguests who rode the newly built Skyway Tram that ran from Government Camp to Timberline. While the Skyway Tram stopped operating in 1956, the Ram's Head Bar continued to operate & has become the most popular place to meet for an after ski drink.
Hot Buttered Rum
The original Timberline Lodge recipe. Bacardi rum, spiced butter, hot water topped with a cinnamon stick & nutmeg
A Noble Spirit
Fred Noble is a legendary Oregon skier that spent most of his days at Timberline Lodge. The Noble Spirit is a documentary about his life. Pumpkin spiced rum, hot chocolate, whipped cream topped with cinnamon & candied orange
Lady & Bruel
The first two St. Bernards to call Timberline home in the late 1930's were Lady & Bruel. Vanilla vodka, hot cider, whipped cream; topped with nutmeg & an apple chip
Created in honor of the famous lodge mascot. Crater Lake hazelnut-espresso vodka, Bailey's Irish cream Cointreau, hot chocolate, whipped cream, hazelnuts, & nutmeg; served in our signature mug
Broken Weather Vane
The focal point of the Timberline Lodge is the Head House in the center of the building. The Head House is topped by a 750 pound bronze weathervane, which features the Timberline Logo (the logo rotates to point in the wind direction). The Weathervane had been broken for years but currently works to its purpose. Cinnamon apple bourbon, hot apple cider, whipped cream topped with nutmeg & an apple chip
White River Canyon
The headwaters are just below White River Glacier in White River Canyon the steep canyon East of Timberline Lodge. Ginger bourbon, lemon, honey & hot water topped with cinnamon stick & candied ginger
Hand Crafted, Locally Inspired
Locally inspired & created by the Ram's Head, we have used what the beautiful Northwest has had to offer us all these years. Buried in the snow at 6000 feet, all of Timberline Lodge's infusions are steeped on the slopes of Mount Hood. These lodge creations are one of a kind.
The Hood River Experience
Hood River is known for growing luscious apples, pears and other fruits. The view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt Hood is a gorgeous site from Hood River. Featuring local Clear Creek Pear brandy, Clear Creek Pear liqueur, lemon & rosemary syrup. Served up with two lodge made pear hazelnut chocolate truffles.
Trillium Lake is located 7.5 miles southwest of Mt Hood. Huckleberry vodka, lime & soda; served on the rocks with lavender & orange pressed ice
"It's advocaat sir, it does tend to stain." "I'll just set my Bourbon and Advocaat down... right there," from Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's "The Shining". Eastside Distilling egg nog advocaat liqueur, Jack Daniels, angostura bitters; served on the rocks with nutmeg, cinnamon & hazelnuts.
Bend of the River
Bend of the River was a 1952 American Western Film directed by Anthony Mann. The movie was filmed on Mt. Hood, Sandy River, and Timberline Lodge, Oregon. Ginger bourbon, muddled peaches, brown sugar syrup, soda served on the rocks with candied ginger & ginger sorbet
Burnt Lake is named after a 1904 forest fire. This is a nice small mountain lake on the flanks of the Zigzag Ridge which connects to the southwest side of Mount Hood. Jalapeno Tequila, peaches, sugar, lime. served on the rocks with candied orange and citrus rim
Beautiful, crisp & NW in style, a true crowd pleaser
Lachini 2016 Rose of Pinot Noir OR
Dried strawberry, ripe peach & bing cherry
Timberline NW Pinot Noir OR
Our own bottling from Artisanal Wine Cellars
Planet Oregon 2015 Pinot Noir OR
From Soter Vineyards,"Green" from the vineyard to the glass
Penner-Ash 2015 Pinot Noir/Syrah OR
"Rubeo" Plum & cassis with refined tannins
Thurston Wolfe 2014 Petite Sirah WA
Fourteen Hands 2014 Merlot WA
Dense raspberry fruit with earth & cocoa
Timberline NV Cabernet Sauvignon OR
From Oregon's Eola Hills with a touch of Syrah
Nelms Road 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon WA
Full bodied, red currant, plum & blackberry
Thurston Wolfe 2013 Zinfandel WA
Black cherry with a lingering pepper finish
Canoe Ridge 2015 Malbec WA
Wine Cellar Reserve List
A Collection from Timberline's Award Winning Cellar
Argyle 2012 Brut
An Oregon sparkling wine
Eyrie 2014 Pinot Blanc
Oregon's first vineyard in the Red Hills of Dundee
Hyland Estates 2014 Riesling
A dry Riesling from one of Oregon's largest vineyards
Lange 2015 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
Grown in the Red Hills of Dundee
Adelsheim 2015 Willamette Valley Chardonnay
From one of Oregon's pioneer winemakers
Ken Wright 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Oregon's premier grape varietal from one of it's best producers
Elk Cove 2014 Pinot Noir
An Oregon wine country pioneer family
Amavi Cellars 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon WA
grown in Walla Walla, WA
Zerba 2014 Walla Walla Malbec
Our wine program director's favorite varietal
375ml Half Bottles of Wine
2014 Cristom Pinot Noir, Mt Jefferson$35.00
2012 Chehalem Ian's Reserve Chardonnay$28.00
Whiskey & Bourbon
Whiskey is distilled from fermented grain mash. Different grains are used for different varieties including barley, malted barley, rye, malted rye, wheat & maize (corn); it is aged in wooden casks made of white oak. Straight bourbon is distilled from a mash containing at least 51% corn & is aged a minimum of two years in new charred oak barrels.
Hood River Distilling Pendleton
Eastside Burnside Bourbon 4 Year
Crater Lake Rye
Rogue Dead Guy
Rogue Oregon Rye
Woodford Reserve Double Oak
A single malt Scotch whiskey is the product of one specific distillery & has not been mixed with whiskey from any other distilleries. Each has its own distinctive style & it is usually possible to distinguish in which region of Scotland a particular whiskey has been made. A blended Scotch whiskey contains a number of malt whiskies that have been blended together to create a consistent whiskey with its own distinct, identifiable character.
Lagavulin 16 Year
Laphroaig 10 Year
Macallan 10 Year
Macallan 12 Year
Macallan 15 Year
Macallan 18 Year
Macallan 21 Year
Macallan 25 Year
Talisker 10 Year
Glenlivet 12 Year
Glenlivet Archive 21 Year
Johnnie Walker Black
Johnnie Walker Red
Balvenie 12 Year
Balvenie 17 Year
Oban 14 Year
Rum is distilled from fermented molasses, sugar cane or cane syrup. White or silver rum is the lightest & best used for mixing cocktails. Dark rums are made from molasses & are good for cooking or blended drinks. A red label on a rum bottle is generally a sipping type.
Rogue Hazelnut Spiced
Rogue Dark Rum
Bull Run Pacific Rum
Flooded Fox Den Land Legs
Tequila is made from the blue agave plant which is a member of the lily family. It must be distilled primarily no less than 51% from the fermented juice of the blue agave.
Jose Cuervo Gold
El Jimador Reposado
The name is an English shortening of Genever, the Dutch word for juniper. Gin is flavored white sprits with juniper berries & other botanicals including angelica root, anise, coriander, caraway seeds, lime, lemon & orange peel, licorice, calmus, cardamom, cassia bark, orris root & bitter almonds.
Ransom Old Tom
Bull Run Aria
Flooded Fox Den Dancing Dog
Aviation House Spirits
Crater Lake MTN Gin
Crater Lake Estate Gin
Rogue Spruce Gin
Trillium Trail Distilling
Vodka is a Slavic word meaning water. It is made from neutral spirits, usually grain or potatoes. It is filtered as to be without distinctive character, aroma, taste or color.
Grey Goose Cherry Noir
Grey Goose Melon
Grey Goose L'Orange
Grey Goose La Poire
Eastside Portland Potato
Crater Lake Reserve
Crater Lake Hazelnut Espresso
Crater Lake Sweet Ginger
Crater Lake Pepper
44 Degrees North Huckleberry
Rogue Single Malt
Flooded Fox Den Covered Peak
Double Circle Spirits
First City Trail Distilling
Brandy & Cognac
Brandy is a spirit produced by distilling wine, containing 35%60% alcohol by volume & is typically taken as an after-dinner drink. It is named after the town of Cognac in France. It must be distilled twice & aged at least two years in French oak barrels.
Clear Creek Pear
Clear Creek Apple 8 Year
Handcrafted Northwest Cider
Carlton Cyderworks Citizen
A blend of traditional bittersweet & bittersharp cider apples
Carlton Cyderworks Slake
Cider aged in oak bourbon barrels; lightly sweetened with cane sugar
Swift Cider Wholesome Apple
By pressing & fermenting this cider cold, Swift Cider retains as much fresh fruit character without cloying sweetness
Swift Cider Marionberry
Massive quantities of marionberries are blended with a base of dry apple cider & left to age to perfection
Swift Cider Dank Hop
The melding of tropical pineapple & sticky, piney, super dank hops makes for a heady experience
Tieton Cider Apricot
Crisp apple cider infused with the tartness of apricot
Tieton Cider Spiced Route
Medium straw with hints of cinnamon, vanilla, clove & allspice.
Tieton Cider Cranberry
This cider is perfect for lover of both sweet & tart
Oregon Wild, Sour & Barrel Aged Ales
Inspired by traditional champagne production methods, the following local producers embrace old world brewing techniques, creating ales of enormous complexity.
Ale Apothecary Sahalie
A tropical & citrus fruit nose of apricots, pineapple, and orange produced from yeast esters and hop oils. The palate is tart and pithy, combining earthy and herbal undertones that evolve as the beer warms & opens up within your glass.
Ale Apothecary El Cuatro
A caramel malt ale aged in brandy barrels, wild yeast fermentation give it a plum & cherry fruitiness balanced by the slight toast of the malt body.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales Seizoen
A traditional farmhouse saison brewed for flavor & rich character. Four yeast strains are used to brew this complex, fruity & aromatic beer. An abundant amount of fuggle & golding hops create a desirable balance with the barley malt, wheat & oats.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales Cerasus
A barrel-aged West Flanders style red ale with two pounds of local Hood River cherries added per gallon of beer. Crystal malts, oak tannins & fruit develop into a soft, well rounded beer of Burgundian character.
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales Killi Wit
An unfiltered "white" beer brewed with coriander & farmhouse yeast strains. Bottle conditioned with Hood River pear juice for natural carbonation.
Cascade Brewing 2015 Elderberry
A blend of red ales aged for up to two years in oak barrels on elderberries and spices. Tart, dark fruit, blackberries, currants, tobacco & hints of leather on the palate lead to a slightly drying finish of sweet elderberries, grapes, aged port & leather.
Cascade Brewing 2016 Apricot
A blend of blond ales that were aged in oak wine barrels for up to 14 months with fresh apricots. Flavors of fresh & dried apricot fruit with tart acidity
Uniquely located on our second floor circular balcony surrounding the massive stone chimney, the Ram’s Head Bar is the perfect location for family-friendly casual food and drink with stunning views of the mountains.
Whether your visiting Timberline Lodge in the summer with your family or taking a ski break in the winter, you’ll want to visit one of our most popular casual dining restaurants, the Ram’s Head Bar. From here, you’ll be awed by the craftsmanship of the head house fireplace and enormous wood beams. You’ll be inspired by the stunning views of Mt Hood and Mt Jefferson. You’ll be delighted by the original artwork.
You’ll be just as amazed by the Ram’s Head Bar menu. The extensive drinks menu features an historic and locally-inspired cocktail selection, a variety of hot toddies and Mt Hood Brewing Co microbrews. The locally-sourced and Alpine-inspired food menu won’t disappoint either! Warm up with Timberline’s award-winning clam chowder and Mama Lil’s Pepper Cheese Dip. Fuel up with our Northwest cheese selection and Olympic Provisions cured meats. Relax and recharge with après ski fondue, Carlton Farms pork shank, and other hearty sandwiches and salads. We promise, your Ram’s Head Bar meal will be just as incredible as the view of Mt Hood and the ambiance of the Lodge itself.