Three craft beverage processors, three small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden and nursery, a co-op owned market and we’re growing.
Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to experience food and drink like you never have before, bringing together regional artisan food producers, local produce, art and craft vendors, a commercial kitchen, and a Co-op market providing local food, products and services to grow a healthy, sustainable community! Our 28 acre site is located next to Highway 12 right outside of Dayton, Washington. Products made on-site in our food processing bays, produce grown on-site in our garden, and other regional food and craft products are offered to the public through the BMS Co-op Market & Nursery. Check out the latest news from the best source for produce in Columbia County!
BMS Co-op Market & Nursery Hours
Tuesday – Sunday
10 am – 6 pm
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The Port of Columbia offers additional business support and resources as well as marketing for the entire food park.
For more information, contact Jennie at 509-382-2577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come visit our tasting rooms:
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Come visit our retail shops:
BMS Co-op and
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Bard & Bee Meadery
Cedar Rain Spirits
Red Band Cellars
Blue Mountain Station Co-op & Nursery
Sweet Cheeks Bakeshop
North Home Bees
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Come try premium liqueurs from Cedar Rain Spirits at the Oktoberfest ‘22 Fall Family Festival on Saturday, Sept. 24, at Blue Mountain Station.Started in 2019, Cedar Rain Spirits is a family-owned business that sells a range of alcoholic beverages including premium vodka, vanilla bean vodka, traditional coffee liqueur, and cold brew coffee liqueur.Owner Robert McNicol remembers that he was first interested in starting his own business in 2014 while on active duty in the Air Force.“I had experience in construction, military and corporate America, but none of those were a family business starter that I felt right about,” Robert says.Eventually, Robert was inspired by his parents, who had started making their own vodka-based coffee liqueur. Once he realized that his family could profit from their liqueur-making skills, he started planning.While brainstorming a business name, Robert and his family thought about what made them happy–drinking their homemade liqueur on camping trips in the Pacific Northwest. They chose Cedar Rain Spirits because cedar trees and rainy days are abundant in the region.Robert says that the best part about working in a family-owned business is that his family has the opportunity to create a work environment with their own standards.“We are a very hard-working family, and we try to put a smile on everyone’s face,” he says. “We have taken our family values and instilled them into our business culture.”--In addition to Cedar Rain Spirits, the Fall Family Festival features live music, delicious food, raffle giveaways, and fun activities for all ages. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and admission is free. See you there! For more information, visit bluemountainstation.com and click on the Fall Festival banner ad. ... See MoreSee Less