Deschutes Brewery Beers Coming to Minnesota

Yes, it's true.  Deschutes Brewery will start selling beer in Minnesota starting the week of March 29th. Partnering with J.J. Taylor Distributing Company of Minnesota, the largest beer distributor in the state, Deschutes Brewery will be focusing on the greater Twin Cities region for its initial launch.

We Love Beer

Here at Deschutes Brewery, we love beer.  No matter the color, flavor, alcohol content, or origin, we are willing to give it a try.  This attitude, this willingness to step outside the box and try things others aren’t interested in, has created brews that are original in their styles and flavor, such as The Abyss, READ MORE »

Ride the Red Chair!

Our newest seasonal, Red Chair NWPA, is now on tap all over the west. It quenches any mighty thirst before, during, and after epic days on the mountain. And it just might get you to the mountain as well!

A Heroic Heavyweight Is Born!

Time spent with Larry Sidor, Brewmaster at Deschutes Brewery, sheds some light on the experimental nature of the beer known elegantly as Hop Henge.

Simple, Humble Perfection

I attended a beer dinner the other night.  It has taken me a few days to digest (pun intended) exactly what happened.  This was a fundraiser for Morrison Children and Family Services in Portland.  A description of their services follows.

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Keep the Mirror Pond Flowing

Flowing lazily through Bend thanks to a small dam, the otherwise wild and turbulent Deschutes River pools up to form the serene Mirror Pond. Sitting at the heart of downtown Bend, this beautifully reflective pond provides locals and visitors with the perfect summer stroll amid the massive Ponderosas along the bank. Kayaks and river floaters share the pond with the swans and ducks, and footpaths wind along the shoreline. Warm summer nights bring thousands along the shore to enjoy concerts every week.

Accuracy, Communication, Clarity

Well, lots has been going on around Deschutes Brewery lately. Everyone has been so busy; keeping up with communication sometimes does not get the priority it deserves. I am writing here on the day after The Abyss release.

Disjecta Art Gallery

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Since 2000, this Portland contemporary art hub has been creatively provoking, exploring, inspiring and sticking sharp elbows in the ribs of cultural complacency.

Originally hammered out of an abandoned Masonic Temple Disjecta exposed a void in accessible exhibition space, housing more than 500 shows, ushering in 3,000 artists and more than 30,000 patrons.

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12 Questions: Bryan Suereth of Disjecta

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12 Questions: Bryan Suereth of Disjecta

What brings you to work everyday? The thought of a better life. And staying active to thwart the onset of Alzheimer’s.

What sacred cows have you tipped lately? Cow tipping was a phenomenon that did actually occur in my hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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