The infamous truck that started it all, you’ll usually find this 1958 Chevy parked in its controversial parking spot in front of RUSTY TRUCK BREWING right off highway 101 in Lincoln City.


Rusty was a bit of a corrosive issue between RTB and the City. Parked near the highway, with the logo on the door some thought she might be considered a sign and against city code.  When the door was covered up it was then considered an abandoned vehicle. Everyone knows you can see Rusty rolling in the annual 4th of July Parade in Gleneden Beach so she’s not abandoned. Parked illegally? After some beach sand was shoveled out under Rusty she was clearly in a legal parking space.


This game of cat and mouse was too much fun – so we named a brewery after it.



A restored 1966 Chevy Suburban and former rural fire mountain rescue vehicle, you’ll find this beauty occasionally cruising the beaches of the Pacific Coast looking for stranded tourists who may be in need of some ale-to-mouth resuscitation. With plenty of room in back to keep the kegs cold and windows on the side to pour out of, Thirst Rescue is a crowd pleaser at brewing events throughout Oregon.



We call this 1956 restored Ford “Rocky” because she’s a little tippy on the corners. The refrigerated box and cooler on top makes things a little shaky going around bends! Rocky has a total of 16 taps coming out of the sides which makes this truck a real fun addition to brew festivals and tasting events.



A 1958 Chevrolet Viking 40 pickup with tons of style and class, Bullwinkle is ready to pour beer and be the center of attention at your next event!