Epic Beer Dinner

Alan It was intended to be special. We pulled out all the stops to begin with. Starting two years ago when Alan Sprints, owner of Hair of the Dog Brewing Company, came to Bend to brew his two most iconic beers (Adam and Fred), ferment them and put them into barrels for an as yet unknown purpose. Our team brewed two of our own beers (The Dissident and The Stoic) and treated them the same way.

The Craft Beer Revolution

American

The lukewarm reputation of American beer during the 20th century was due in large part to Prohibition. From 1920 to 1933 Americans could not enjoy their beverage of choice. In desperation, bootleggers watered down their black market beer to increase profits, altering the palette of Americans for decades to come. At least 800 breweries were shut down in the United States during Prohibition, and independent breweries continued to close for the next fifty years.

SALMON ON TAP BEER / RAFT TRIP

Salmon with Orange Torpedo Trips and Deschutes Brewer Owen Woods.
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Collage Bottles & Beer Dinners

Collage bottle

It's hard to believe but it's been two years since Alan Sprints from Hair of the Dog Brewing Company came over to Bend to brew Fred and Adam at our brewing facility for our first collaboration project. The Dissident and The Stoic were later brewed and all four beers were then transferred into a variety of oak barrels.

Rafting on the Rogue River with Deschutes



Join Brewmaster Cam O'Connor on this epic Brews with Views rafting trip on the wild and scenic Rogue River with NW Rafting Co. Click on the poster for more details and to book your trip!

What Exactly Is Base Camp?

Base Camp is where Deschutes Brewery offers fellow beer fanatics a spot to “pitch a tent” of sorts – and find their footing with the cornerstone of Mirror Pond Pale Ale. We take over a town for a week with a series of activities such as beer dinners, vertical tastings, live music, total tap takeovers and pint specials to help fans celebrate their love of craft beer.

Home Sweet Home

In the nearly 24 years our pub has been open here in Bend, one thing has been abundantly clear, we need more room! We need room in the dining room, as no one really wants to wait 2 hours for a table, and we need more room in our kitchen which was never intended to serve the volume of food that has been required of it over the more than two decades its been in existence.

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