In collaboration with Sierra Nevada’s Resilience IPA initiative to support the Camp Fire Relief Fund, the Central Oregon brewing community has come together to put on one epic brewfest!
Come join your favorite Central Oregon craft breweries for the Bend Resilience Beer Fest, the only sanctioned Resilience event in the country. Each brewery will pour their own take on the Resilience IPA recipe, and Sierra Nevada will also be present with their own kegs of Resilience Butte County Proud IPA.
Admission to the event is free, with beer tokens available for purchase. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Camp Fire Relief Fund. Food trucks and music will also be on site to round out the event.
When you arrive, you’ll purchase a tasting package for $10 which includes mug and 5 drink tickets. Each ticket equals one 4 oz. pour. Additional tickets $5 for 5 tickets.
All ages are welcome, but please leave your pets at home (service animals only, please).
Summit Bank will be on hand accepting additional monetary donations as well, cash or card preferred.
Mt. Bachelor Resilience Lift Ticket Offer
As a supporting partner, Mt. Bachelor will be offering The Resilience Lift Ticket, where $10 of each ticket purchased will be donated to the Camp Fire Relief Fun. Tickets will be valid for 1 day of skiing/riding on all open lifts on Saturday, January 5, 2019 or Sunday, January 6, 2019. Resilience lift tickets will only be sold online and must be purchased by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, January 3, 2019.
10 Barrel Brewing Co. | Bend Brewing Company | Boneyard Beer | Cascade Lakes Brewing Company | GoodLife Brewing Company
Crux Fermentation Project | Deschutes Brewery | Immersion Brewing | Silver Moon Brewing | Spider City Brewing | Worthy Brewing
Geist Beerworks | Porter Brewing Co. | Wild Ride Brewing
Three Creeks Brewing Company
Mystic Roots Brewing
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
About the Camp Fire Relief Fund
In November 2018, the Camp Fire became the most destructive wildfire in California history, and the deadliest wildfire in the United States since 1918. Many of Sierra Nevada’s employees and patrons were impacted, and the ties reached Central Oregon. Several Bend breweries have employees with family in the area, and even those who didn’t felt a kinship with Butte County residents. Both the recipe and the movement were spawned by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, which is headquartered in the Butte County region impacted by the fire. More than 1,400 breweries across the United States signed on to brew batches of their Resilience Butte County Proud IPA.