Tag Archives: Below Grade Brewing

Below Grade Brewing, first look

Two Saturdays ago it was announced that Below Grade Brewing announced that they would be pouring their beer for the first time in Bend at the Saturday farmers market in NorthWest Crossing (the Bend neighborhood in which they’re based); so, we made plans to hit up the farmers market and check out their beers. First impression—even though they’re only pouring at special events right now, they’ve hit the ground running with their collateral and merchandise: … Continue reading →

Below Grade Brewing is pouring beer this weekend

Today’s local Bend Bulletin reports that nanobrewery Below Grade Brewing will be pouring their beer this weekend for the first time, at the NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market: Husband and wife Dean and Bridget Wise of Bend will debut the beers they’ve been working on producing through their Below Grade Brewing at the Saturday Farmers Market at the city’s NorthWest Crossing development this Saturday. The couple will draw from kegs to fill plastic cups with any … Continue reading →

Below Grade Brewing approved?

Back in September there was a flurry of new breweries in Bend being announced, and Below Grade was the latest of them. I hadn’t heard much more about them until a note on Twitter today: Excited about walking down the street (6 doors) to fill my growler of beer from my neighbors brew. Just state approved Below Grade brewery. So things are apparently moving forward. I don’t know what kind of timeline that means yet, … Continue reading →

Bend Brewery Fever: Yes, another: Below Grade Brewing

I could not make this up: after yesterday’s newspaper article and post about Old Mill Brew Werks, Bend’s eighth (proposed) brewery, I take a look at the Business section of the paper and work this morning and nearly spit out my coffee: another brewery planning to open! Titled “11 breweries and counting: Below Grade plans to start small in Bend,” it’s behind the paywall (again) so here’s some transcripted pulls, presented without comment (I’m not … Continue reading →