Bend, Oregon Breweries, Microbreweries, Craft Breweries, and Brewery Tours
With one brewery for every 4,500 people giving us bragging rights for the most breweries per capita in the state of Oregon, we celebrate Bend’s bounty of fermented goodness with the Bend Ale Trail. Beer fans gather passport stamps and earn prizes for sipping their way between 14 of our city’s finest breweries. Check out the Bend Ale Trail page for information on guided beer tours, the free Bend Ale Trail app and more.
Whether you’re hankering for a malty porter, or jonesing for a hoppy IPA, you’ll find plenty to savor along the Bend Ale Trail. Want to take home some tasty Bend beer to share with friends? Growler fill stations have popped up all over Bend and Central Oregon. If you’ve always fantasized about sharing a pint with Fido, pick up some Dawg Grog non-alcoholic beer brewed especially for your four-legged friend. Don't forget to schedule your vacation in Oregon around one of Bend's many annual beer celebrations like Central Oregon Beer Week, The Little Woody Barrel-Aged Brew & Whiskey Festival, Bend BrewFest, The Fermentation Celebration, Oregon Beer Month, Zwickelmania, and Bend Oktoberfest.
Riverbend Brewery & Sports Pub2650 NE Division St Bend OR 97701Phone: 541.550.7550 Visit the WebsiteRiverbend Brewery & Sports Pub is the ideal place to gather with family and friends over a hand crafted micro-brew and enjoying some grub off our versatile pub menu. We host special occasions and corporate functions with a guarantee to make each occasion a huge success for you and your guests. We are family friendly and look forward to serving you at Riverbend Brewery & Sports Pub.
Ranch House | Brasada Ranch Pub-Style Dining With a View16986 SW Brasada Ranch Rd, Powell Butte OR 97753Phone: 855.789.3954 Visit the WebsiteIt’s Bend. Brew pubs have popped up on every corner of every street. With so many options, how do you decide where to drink your beer? Ranch House, just a short drive from Bend, offers all the things you love about your neighborhood brewpub, and then some. Choose from local micro brews and regional bottled brews as you take your seats. We prefer the ones out on the wrap around decks, featuring unmatched panoramic views of nine Cascade Peaks, from Mt. Bachelor to Mt. Hood. Is the air fresher out here, is the beer colder? You can’t be certain, but as you take inthe horse pasture, the trestle bridge, and the legendary sunset, your moment of Zen can only be interrupted by one thing: the arrival of your Ranch-style comfort food featuring fresh, local ingredients from nearby farmers and ranchers. When beer is everywhere,it’s all about the views.
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