IPA Style Brewery On The Bend Ale Trail

Boneyard Beer Pub




1955 NE Division St, Bend, OR 97701
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Started without any outside funding in an old auto shop in Bend’s historic district in 2010, Boneyard’s mix ‘n’ match brewing equipment came from a “boneyard” of old brewing castoffs from 13 different breweries from around the country. Boasting the RPM IPA, voted the “Best Beer in Oregon” by The Oregonian, they have had a huge demand for their balanced, hoppy brews from early in their production. If they’ve got it, don’t miss their Backbone, an espresso porter partnership with local coffee roaster Backporch.

The new pub location opened in July 2018. If you have visited the original tasting room in the past, it is now closed to the public, so check out the new location!

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The Best Way to Trek the Bend Ale Trail

And how to complete it in one weekend November is Bend Ale Trail Month, and that means trekking the legendary Bend Ale Trail gets even more exciting. All month long, celebrate Bend’s craft beer scene with 18 total breweries, loads of prizes, and a sweet trophy. In order to earn your trophy, you must turn in a completed passport with at least 10 brewery stamps to the Bend Visitor Center in the month of November. Sound like a lot to do in one weekend? It’s totally doable. Here’s how: Kick off your beerventure in Bend on a Friday afternoon with a Bend Brew Bus tour. This will easily get you 4 brewery stamps in a matter of a few hours, with loads of beer knowledge, private brewery tours and of course, beer. Our recommendation: hit up Bridge 99, Monkless, Craft Kitchen, and finish the night off at 10 Barrel Eastside…

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