Central Oregon has become a hub of the craft brewing industry since Deschutes Brewery made its debut in 1988. Today, there are dozens of newcomers on the scene.
For this week’s Supper Club, Donna Britt sat down with the founders of three new craft breweries in Central Oregon, Kobold Brewing, Monkless Belgian Ales and Bridge 99 Brewing, to see what they are hoping to do to carve out their own niche in this crowded world of craft beers.
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Bend Brewfest kicked off Thursday night and Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs was there to get a taste of what’s brewing with local beer taster, Rich Mithoff AKA Bend Beer SNØB to choose three “must try” beers for this year’s festival.
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Source on the Scene. The Little Woody Festival is already underway tonight through 10 o’clock at the Deschutes Historical Museum and continues tomorrow from noon until 10PM. For the complete list of breweries and their barrel-aged beers, pick up the latest issue of The Source Weekly, or head to their website at bendsource.com. Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs takes us over to the festival.