It’s been just over a year with the new owners of The BBC and changes have been made all around.
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Beer lovers are about to have more overnight options in Bend! Locals are invited to the grand opening of the McMenamins Old St. Francis School’s 41 new lodging rooms.
Summer is officially here! And to celebrate the warmer months, Worthy Brewing is releasing two fruit-focused summer seasonals with real fruit purees from Oregon Fruit Products.
Out with the old and in with the new right? Well in this case it’s out with the old tenant, which also happened to be a brewpub: Oblivion Brewing – which by the way is still crafting most excellent brew.
As I cruised in to the BBC, it was clear that all’s well at this long-time Bend establishment.
It’s official! One Bend’s first breweries changes hands!
The Bend Brewing Company is actually one of the reasons this town was so appealing to us when we moved to here in 2000 – so upon hearing the news a couple of weeks ago about the sale, I was both sad and elated to hear it.
With Halloween just around the corner, thoughts of cool fall evenings over at O’Kanes come to mind.
Looks like 10 Barrel Brewing has embraced their new found funding and decided to expand their precence in additional markets across our great state of Oregon!
I had an opportunity to PreTaste the PreFunk this weekend – it was pretty awesome, and just in time for summer!
It’s going to be a great weekend for craft beer in Bend, Oregon! First, The High Desert Museum Opening reception for their latest exhibit “Brewing Culture – The Craft of Beer” featuring breweries from Central Oregon and beyond!
Hoppy Holidays! Another great year for the craft beer industry in Bend, from the start of two new breweries in Redmond (Juniper, Wild Ride), and two in Bend (North Rim, Monkless), Boneyard Beer’s new “RPM Factory”, a new addition to the two man, one woman crew over at Oblivion, the purchase of 10 Barrel Brewing by ABInBev, and the recent news of Bend being the #1 Beer City – it’s been exciting!
If you live in Bend you know that Whole Foods Market and Worthy Brewing are pretty much right across the street from each other – so why not do a collaboration?
Think of Bend Beer Camp as your beer concierge, scheduling a combination of beer-centric events with the best outdoor activities Bend has to offer.
Spring has sprung and Summer is just around the corner – kinda! Of all the breweries in town, GoodLife is your only bet to enjoy a nice cold pint while chillin’ at a Beirgarten on a warm summers day.
Tonya Cornett, Head Brewer of Bend Brewing Company, and Curt Plants, Head Brewer and partner of GoodLife Brewing Company, collaborated to brew a traditional yet little known style of beer, Scotch Ale.