Cheers up Beers up!

Beers here!

Time to brag on one of our own and give a huge shout out to Belgian Underground Brewing! One of our top agents Sheldon Lesire, along with being a Special Ed teacher here in Silverton, somehow manages to find time to brew some outstanding Beers!

 

Belgian Underground Beers is co-owned by Sheldon Lesire and Dale Coleman, who also happens to be Sheldon’s Father- in- law. It is definitely a family business!

They started working on this project about 4 years ago, and received their licenses to operate in June of 2016.

“My favorite thing about running Belgian Underground is that we really are a “story-telling company” that happens to make beer, instead of the other way around. Neither of us are doing this business to support our families, so we aren’t squeezing quality out of our product to maintain a profit margin. The beers are fantastic, and we stay as close as possible to the original Belgian recipes and brewing methods.” -Sheldon Lesire

“Silverton is an amazing community with more to offer than most any place its size in Oregon. Its charm and beauty are off the charts!”- Sheldon

Belgian Underground Beers are always on tap at Seven Brides, and Creekside, and often at Gather, the Oregon Gardens, Gallon House, and a couple dozen other places in the mid-Willamette Valley. Right now, they have their flagship beer, Armee Secrete (a Belgian-style golden strong ale) and Sabotage (a Belgian-styel IPA) available.

You can find more fun and Beer at Belgian Underground Beers Facebook page!

BelgianUndergroundBeers

And their website at…

BelgianUndergroundBeers.com


Along with serving you up amazing beer, Sheldon can also help you with all your real estate needs! If you are thinking of buying and selling give Sheldon a call and you will be in good hands!

Sheldon Lesire

Cell 503-779-7523

Email SheldonLesire@BledsoeSantana.com

Website SheldonLesire.com

 


 

Licensed Broker in The State of Oregon

Silverton Office 503-874-4666

Woodburn Branch Office 503-446-5411

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