The two best in Jacksonville are Bold City Brewing (my favorites are the Mad Manatee IPA and Duke's Brown Ale) and Aardwolf Brewery.
Andy have you tried Heater Allen? They're in McMinnville, all lager-style beers so maybe not a great match for the styles you mentioned above but pretty much everything they do is really good stuffMy favorite truly local (in town) brewery is a place called Block 15. Fantastic food and really solid beers, especially their farmhouse ales, IPAs, and sours. Their porters and stouts are also very good.
Local within 100 miles is Breakside, which is near the top of my top 10 list of breweries. Breakside also makes the best burger I've ever had (American Kobe beef with blue cheese and local thick-cut bacon). The rest of their food is outstanding, as well. We have trouble forcing ourselves to try other places in Portland because no one else provides such an amazing beer list and food menu. They're doing truly innovative work at Breakside. HUB, Occidental, Upright, Ecliptic, Base Camp, and Gigantic are some other great Portland breweries.
I'd go as far to say that planning a beercation in Portland, OR is something anyone who truly loves beer should make a priority. There are now around 70 commercial craft breweries there. On top of that, it's a really fun and interesting city surrounded by stunning countryside (mountains, Columbia River gorge, waterfalls, the coast, etc.) and packed full of wonderful restaurants.
Bonus: If you like pinot noir, wine country is just west of Portland.
Oakshire is my favorite brewery in Eugene, which also meets the local within 100 miles criteria.
It's 128 miles to Bend, OR, but if you ever see anything in cans or bottles produced by Crux, Bend Brewing, Silver Moon, or Boneyard, buy it. Almost everything those breweries produce is outstanding. Those places all on my "favorites" list.