Beer

Take your Holiday gatherings to the next level with the ultimate dessert pairing: Craft Beer and Pie! Check out our best recommendations below, or mix and match on your own and let us know which pairings are your favorites! Jubelale...
This year, we're mixing the old with the new, bringing you some classic recipes cooked with beer used in year's past, combined with some fresh updated dishes as well. Before heading out to the grocery store this weekend, take a look...
We're celebrating International Stout Day by giving Stouts, a shout-out! It all started back in 1677 when the word stout was first used to describe a beer that was not only "dark," but "strong." Before that, porter was the name given...
If you’ve been a fan of Deschutes Brewery for any length of time, you’ve probably enjoyed our seasonal winter warmer, Jubelale. One sip makes for a happy heart, and with hints of toffee, caramel, and dried fruit, it is the...
It's fresh hop time! If you didn't know, fresh hops are harvested from the bine (A bine is a climbing plant that climbs by its shoots growing in a helix around a support, in contrast to vines, which climb using tendrils or suckers),...
At Deschutes Brewery, our mission is to deliver the finest craft beer in the world and it is very rewarding when we are recognized for our efforts. In the past couple weeks, we received both World Beer Awards and European...
You may have noticed recently that we've been talking a lot about bringing BEER to BRUNCH! Specifically giving our dark beers a shout-out: Black Butte Porter, Obsidian Stout, The Abyss, and our Black Butte Anniversary Series beers. When searching the...
There are two sides to every sip of this newly released India Style Red Ale perfectly named, Swivelhead Red. At first, you'll get the herbal hop aroma from European and Australian hop varieties, added in American amounts...but the flip side...

Introducing Pacific Wonderland Lager

Before Pacific Wonderland was a beer, it was a place. Brewmaster Veronica Vega explains how we wanted to capture the spirit of this wonderland in a single beer that we could share with everyone, everywhere.