The Ale Apothecary
WTF is an Ale Apothecary? By definition, an apothecary is a drugstore. This kick-ass pharmacist methodically uses age-old brewing techniques blended with modern procedures.
Do you have a kids menu, pizza, and cocktails? Move along, there are plenty of other brew pubs made just for you in Central Oregon.
It’s so cold and lonely at home, can I come over, and pop a squat? No sir, this is a straight up brewery, and if there were such a thing as a Steam Punk Brewery, this would be it. You can however visit their taproom, which is equally as impressive.
Got any tips? Join the “Ale Club”!
Walk, bike, or drive? Bike, or drive. Plenty of parking.
Last one – Is there like a locals night or something? Nope – but your best bet would be to live in the neighborhood and hope for a block party! ;^)
Bonus reasons to raise a pint!
- The 1st Brewery Sasquatch would hit up!
- Two words › Ale Club!
- Beer in a Champagne Bottle!
- Truly hand crafted!
- There’s a barrel named “Martha“!
Est. 2012 – The mountain brewer.
Paul Arney was a brewer for Deschutes for six years, but he wanted to do things his own way. When he set out on his own, he told an interviewer: “My plan is to utilize a very small home-built brewery to develop a beer that has existed in my mind only. Develop a process that produces the desired flavor profile, and then, build a brewery around the process. We will not be brewing to satisfy bulk consumption.” Now, in his 500-square-foot garage brewery, he is developing such beers as the unique Sahalie by fermenting them entirely in wood. To Arney, beer as art is clearly a labor of love.