10 Barrel Brewing Co

Brewery › 62970 18th St › Map it! › 541-585-1007 › 10barrel.com
Hours › 9a – 4p Mon – Fri (Growler & Dock Sales) | 3p – 4p Fri (Tours)
Pub › 1135 NW Galveston Ave › Map it! › 541-678-5228 › 10barrel.com
Hours › 11a – 11p Sun – Thurs | 11a – 12a Fri – Sat
Beer me!› Everyday! $4 Imperial Pints 24/7/365! That’s 20oz, not no stinkin’ 16oz.

Q&A

Beers are great, but can ya hit me with a stiff drink? Yep, full bar.
Should I bring the kids? Yep, Kid friendly.
It’s so cold and lonely at home, can I come over and watch TV? Absolutely. Pull up a stool and gaze at the flat screen.
Got any tips? If you plan on having dinner, come thirsty – you may be waiting a while for your table.
Walk, bike, or drive? Walk, bike, or get dropped off. This place is mostly packed, and there isn’t much of a parking lot.
Last one – Is there like a locals night or something? Kinda – Four buck Imperial Pints all day, everyday.

Est. 2006 – Two brothers, two pints, 10 Barrels.

Waaaaay back in 2006, brothers Chris and Jeremy Cox, co-owners of JC’s Bar & Grill in downtown Bend, made a decision to brew their own beer. They launched the Wildfire Brewing Company in 2007 and renamed it 10 Barrel — after the small craft-brewing system — in early 2009. Then they took over a former west-side bakery, gave it a complete overhaul and opened an old-school neighborhood pub in February 2010. Gourmet pizzas, made from scratch, are best eaten while huddled around the fire pit at the heart of a broad outdoor patio, along with any great beer from brewmaster Jimmy Seifrit and senior brewer Dan Olsen. Cheers!

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