Everyone has their favorite place to visit on the Oregon Coast. In this week’s edition of Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to a business on the coast that does it’s best to out-do beauty of it’s location.
Thanks to the folks at Pelican Brewing Company for showing us around and join us every Thursday night for another new edition of Destination Oregon.
They say Bend has more microbreweries per-capita than any city in America. One of those craft breweries not only makes beer, but they invite you to come and make your own beer.
That’s all it took for our Dave Jones to grab the Destination Oregon crew and head down to Immersion Brewing, where you can “brew-it-yourself.”
Thanks to the folks at Immersion Brewing for showing us around. Join us every Thursday night for another new edition of Destination Oregon where we take you to some of the most beautiful and interesting locations around our state.
At last count, Central Oregon has 28 craft breweries from Bend to Prineville, but one community has yet to cash-in on one of the fastest growing industries in the region. Now, city leaders of Madras are trying to change that.
Central Oregon Daily’s Austin Reed looks at the efforts of Madras officials to bring a brewery to their city.
J.T. Taylor visits with Central Oregon Daily about the Redmond Brewfest happening August 18-19 at American Legion Park in Redmond. Two full days of craft beer, food, music and fun for all ages!
Chelsea Woodmansee with the Les Schwab Amphitheater/Old Mill District visits with Central Oregon Daily about the 2017 Bend Brewfest, August 10-12. This year’s event features three days of craft beer, ciders and wine.
Wade Underwood, General Manager of Three Creeks Brewing in Sisters visited with Central Oregon Daily about the brewery’s 9th anniversary. He also brought in samples for tasting and told the story behind Three Creeks.
In a live stream from Roanoke, Virgina, Gary Fish, founder of Deschutes Brewery announced the first East Coast location on Tuesday.