Over the years, McMenamins has seen greater than market average revenue growth. Prior to the current crisis, the company was on track to experience one of its best financial first quarters in more than 10 years.
Of course, there have been a few changes this year based on the government-mandated COVID-19 shutdown. But the company is on track for another successful year, with current services including:
We’ve also adapted operations, energetically implementing changes including:
With these adjustments comes exciting growth. The working capital received as a result of your investment will be used to bring the company back to pre-COVID-19 levels, and fund future expansion of projects that have been in the works for years. At the top of the list? Adding lodging, meeting space, a bottle shop (and maybe a secret bar!) to Cornelius Pass Roadhouse; transforming “The Jail” into a hotel at Edgefield; and developing the neighboring 65-acre “Pig Farm” adjacent to Edgefield as well as other very special projects.
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What began as a small pub in southeast Portland, has grown into a Pacific Northwest staple, with revenues exceeding $200MM annually. Mike and Brian McMenamin completed many successful historic renovations over the years, including:
With a diverse assortment of pubs, lodging, breweries, distilleries, coffee roaster, movie theaters, spas and event spaces throughout Oregon and Washington, no two McMenamins are the same. Since its founding in 1983 by brothers Mike and Brian McMenamin, the company − famous for resurrecting and transforming intriguing old buildings − has grown from one pub in Portland, Ore. to 56 locations in the Pacific Northwest. All McMenamins properties provide a casual, relaxed atmosphere where all people are welcome and regulars are common. The company's focus on creative community gathering spots, spectacular concert venues, eclectic art, eats and brews, vintage fixtures, gardens, historic buildings and community history draws loyal fans and admirers from far and wide. Independently owned, McMenamins continues its tradition of reimagining historic properties and artistically restoring locations to spotlight local heritage and bring people together.
The McMenamin family is exceptionally involved in the business they started decades ago, and they plan to remain so. The next generation of the family is equally involved and committed as the company continues to expand. The business will continue to be led by family members now and in the future.
With a “if we can make it, let’s do it” philosophy, McMenamins produces beer, wine, spirits, roasted coffee, ice cream, produce, herbs, baked breads and pastries for use in the restaurants and pubs.
Take a journey with us. McMenamins handcrafts beer, wine, cider and spirits and hosts hundreds of events each year. See us in action:
Commitment to SustainabilitySince McMenamins’ early days, recycling, preventing energy waste and promoting energy savings have been a part of everything the company does, with a goal of preserving the beautiful Pacific Northwest region. Overseen by two environmental coordinators, McMenamins’ recycling efforts include:
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Another unique aspect to McMenamins? The fostering of a sustainable, closed-loop system. With expansive gardens at Edgefield and Grand Lodge, the company uses ingredients grown onsite in seasonal menu offerings, handcrafted beverages, distillery products and more.
Commitment to Equality McMenamins is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives to promote equity by being inclusive in regards to hiring practices and welcoming patrons. McMenamins collaborates with organizations like Partners in Diversity to improve hiring-related outreach to communities of color. In addition, the company donates to Urban League chapters and other non-profits supporting the empowerment of people of color. McMenamins sponsors the monthly Race Talks series, whose mission is to support interracial and cross-cultural communication and relationships. They are committed to the support and inclusion of all people for the long term.