Deschutes Brewery’s Third Annual Chocolate Beer Dinner was an event I won’t soon be forgetting. The five course meal, created by Chefs Katrina Spatrisano, Matt Neltner and Jeff Latino, was thoughtfully prepared and presented to the diner like an edible masterpiece. Equal thanks must go to Brewers Paul Arney and Jimmy Seifrit, as the beer pairing with each course was innovative, balanced, and unlike anything I had ever tasted.
“Deschutes Brewery has used whole leaf hops (and have invested heavily behind them) from day one because we believe they yield a better beer with better flavor. It is interesting to note that, when we believe we can get better flavor we have, and do, use some pellets and even extract.
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.
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 »
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!
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.
For over 15 years, Jubelale lovers have enjoyed the art on the outside of the bottle almost as much as the art inside the bottle. Each year, a different Oregon artist designs a winter-inspired label to adorn this festive holiday ale.