Out in the Mountains

Out in the Mountains

Beer's footprint in far-out Eastern Oregon
There's not much to the town of Mitchell, Ore., nestled in the Ochoco Mountains about an hour east of Prineville.

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Founders' massive maple stout hits home
It's not often that one of the most sought-after beers in the eastern United States gets an official release in Bend, a place all about keeping it local with food and drink.

The Beer in Review

New styles, new breweries, new competition
Remember when living in a city with lots of craft beer was considered unique?

The Beer Giants of Ashland

Two old standbys near the Cascade foothills
To visitors, the town of Ashland, Ore., about 15 miles north of the California border along Interstate 5, is known for majestic mountains, quaint old architecture and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

A Blast from the Prairie

Why beer from Oklahoma is worth caring about
When fans of good craft beer think about great places for the beverage of their choice, a few international hotspots come to mind.

Madras Wants Beer

One town's plan to bring beer to Jefferson County
Madras, a little under an hour from Bend, is a prospering town.

Old Ale is New Again

Samuel Smith makes its second U.S. "debut"
In recent days, craft beer-bar patrons across the Northwest have been surprised and bemused by a "new" British stout on tap that not only isn't new at all, but in fact predates the birth of the United States.

Irish Death from Above

The mysterious dark ale that took over Washington
Beer from the Pacific Northwest has a certain reputation, and that reputation involves hops.

Piloting New Beer

Looking into Deschutes' new test brew system
I n the brewing industry, a "pilot system" usually refers to a small brew setup, run separately from the company's main system, used to create smaller batches of beer.

Joining the Club

In local beer, membership has its privileges
I t's Saturday afternoon and the largest craft-beer bottle share event in Bend is underway off Century Drive.

A Trip to the Cider Farm

Washington's Finnriver is a delightful excursion
T he concept of a farmhouse or estate brewery isn't new—places such as Logsdon in Hood River, Wolves and People in Newberg and Agrarian Ales in Eugene are local examples.


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Bend Beer Yoga at Three Creeks Brewing

Bend Beer Yoga at Three Creeks Brewing - Three Creeks Brewing Co. - Production Facility

Sat., Jan. 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Firkin for a Cause - Bend Spay and Neuter Project

Firkin for a Cause - Bend Spay and Neuter Project - Immersion Brewing

Sun., Jan. 21, 2 p.m.
Dutch Oven Cooking Clinic Night

Dutch Oven Cooking Clinic Night - Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe

Wed., Jan. 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
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