Trap Door #2 opens in Washougal
In 2015, Brian Shull formed Trap Door Brewing and opened the brewery and taproom in Vancouver, Washington’s Uptown Village neighborhood. Yesterday the company opened a second location in nearby Washougal, Washington. The new location is a 6,500-square-foot facility that includes a taproom with a range of Trap Door beers, a kitchen, cocktails, wine, and eventually a new production brewery.
“We enjoy being a part of the revival of uptown village in Vancouver and we want to create that same experience on Main Street in Washougal,” said Bryan Shull, Trap Door’s founder, back in May while announcing the plan.
The location might seem familiar to area beer buffs. Most recently, the location at 1834 Main Street in downtown Washougal was home to Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, which closed in 2021. Before that, it was the home of Amnesia Brewing, which closed in 2017.
Shull said that Trap Door will engage in initiatives in Washougal as they have in Vancouver. “We will be engaged in the communities we serve,” said Shull. “We are committed to taking care of the people who take care of us.”