What’s with the bridge name? Bridge 99 is an actual bridge in the Deschutes National Forest. It sounded good, and you know the song “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall”? Well there ya go.
Should I bring a growler to the brewery? Yep, tap room for pints and fills.
I’m thirsty but only have five bucks, what one beer should I try? The Green Ridge Lager, it’s a tasty brew and a break from the ales most of the other breweries are putting out.
Got any tips? Stop by Wubba’s BBQ Shack – they are right across from the tap room.
Walk, bike, or drive? Bike or drive. They are located right off Empire!
Last one – Is there like a locals night or something? Nope, but with all the breweries in town you’re sure to find a Hoppy Hour elsewhere!
Est. 2013 – Has anyone seen the Bridge?
Trever Hawman – head brewer moved to Bend to pursue a career in building, but after taking a Home Brewing class organized by the COHO he was hooked. What started out as a hobby quickly became a passion project in which Trever would spend hours learning about the subtleties of the brewing process and in-turn build a brewing system that he knew could produce beers to his standards. After several years of fine-tuning his brewing process, tinkering, modifying, and perfecting numerous recipes, Trever with the help of his brew partner, had created more than a home brew set-up – A totally customized 1 1/2 barrel system, fermentation room, and special refrigerated area specifically for Lagers. Inaugural beers include: Bull Trout Stout, Candle Creek Pale, Green Ridge Lager, Wizard Falls IPA, and Camp Sherman ISA. Cheers!