Drinkable DIVERSIONS Along The Bend Ale Trail
Your trip to Bend might begin with a trek on the legendary Bend Ale Trail ™, but your detours to discover the other side of Bend’s fermented libations will impress you just as much. With three distilleries, three cideries, four wineries, and a kombucha brewery in Bend, your weekend vacation might need a vacation day of its own.
Tasting room hours will vary depending on days of the week and seasonality. Please call ahead or check the web before imbibing. If you'd rather have someone else take care of the planning and driving, check out the Local Pour tour.
Crater Lake Spirits by Bendistillery19330 Pinehurst Rd, Bend, OR 97703Phone: 541.318.0200 Visit the WebsiteFree tours and tastings at Bend’s oldest and most award-winning craft distillery.
1024 NW Bond St, Bend, OR 97703 (downtown)
Oregon Spirit Distillers740 NE First St, Bend, OR 97701Phone: 541.382.0002 Visit the WebsiteBend’s original craft whiskey distillery producing award-winning spirits with locally sourced grains.
Cascade Alchemy20585 Brinson Blvd, Suite 5, Bend, OR 97701Phone: 541.647.4363 Visit the WebsiteIn the tradition of alchemists, they transform common elements into splendid spirits. Traditional and unique flavor profiles, such as gold award-winning chai tea vodka. Stop by for a taste and a tour.
ATLAS Cider550 SW Industrial Wy #190, Bend, OR 97702Phone: 541.390.8096 Visit the WebsiteExplore a taste of the Northwest in premium ciders fermented from 100% fresh-pressed Oregon fruit. Open seven days of the week.
Humm Kombucha1125 Northeast 2nd Street, Bend, OR 97701Phone: 541.306.6329 Visit the WebsiteThey set out to make the tastiest kombucha ever, and it’s their calling to care for the community and spread health, love, and joy to all things they touch.
Naked Winery330 SW Powerhouse Dr #110, Bend, OR 97702Phone: 541.388.6963 Visit the WebsiteAt Naked Winery we're on a mission to cut America's divorce rate in half by inviting couples to share a glass of wine nightly. We produce premium wine, with provocative back labels that are just a bit risque. Get uncorked and enjoy what life unexpectedly brings you.
Maragas Winery15523 Hwy 97, Culver, OR 97734Phone: 541.546.5464 Visit the WebsiteAward-winning wines, Lattavo Art Gallery, local cheeses, unique gifts, and amazing views of Smith Rock & the Cascade Mountains.
Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards70450 NW Lower Valley Dr, Terrebonne, OR 97760Phone: 541.526.5075 Visit the WebsiteTheir tasting room overlooks Three Sisters mountains with beautiful grounds for weddings and events.
Red Tank Cider840 SE Woodland Blvd, #185, Bend, OR 97702Phone: 541.420.0109 Visit the WebsiteWell worth the visit; their ciders are drier and more complex than commercially-produced varieties.
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>> The Rules of the Bend Ale Trail & Frequently Asked Questions
>> Your ultimate guide to navigating the new Bend Ale Trail
To learn more about trekking your own trail of beer, go to our Getting Around the Bend Ale Trail page.