Tag Archives: Bend Oregon

The Little Woody 2012 beer list

Here’s the current beer list for this year’s Little Woody taking place in Bend this weekend. This is just the beer, stats, and brief description by brewery; go read the full descriptions (yes, they’re worth it) over on the main page. 10 Barrel Imperial Pray For Snow aged in Brandy Barrels: 8% ABV, 60 IBUs An Imperial version of their annual winter warmer aged for half a year in brandy barrels. Whiskey Barrel Big Black … Continue reading →

The 4th Annual Little Woody

Bend’s premier specialty beer event is coming up next week for Labor Day weekend: The Little Woody Barrel Aged Brew and Whiskey Fest! It’s taking place Friday, August 31st (from 5 to 10pm) and Saturday, September 1st (from noon to 10pm), located as always in the parking lot of the Des Chutes Historical Museum in downtown Bend. This year is the fourth incarnation of this festival, and it is looking to be the best one … Continue reading →

Notes and images from the Bend Brewfest

I was able to get down to the Bend Brewfest for a couple of hours last night, and snapped a number of pictures and have a few thoughts as well: As with many fests, the earlier the better: there weren’t many people there when I first got there which makes for a nice time with no real wait for beers, running into people you know, etc. There are more food carts on hand than I … Continue reading →

Bend Brewfest starts this week!

This week the ninth annual Bend Brewfest is taking place, running from Thursday through Saturday and this year it’s bigger than ever—51 breweries pouring over 125 different beers which include a number of specialties on the X-Taps! It’s all taking place at the Les Schwab Amphitheater right in the heart of Bend’s picturesque Old Mill District. The Brewfest runs from 3 to 11pm on both Thursday and Friday, and noon to 11 on Saturday. (Kids … Continue reading →

Another Bend brewery potentially in the works

A little over a week ago the Bend Bulletin newspaper ran the story of another possible Bend brewery¬†(unfortunately behind their paywall) in the making. No name as yet, but Dan Leach, a resident of nearby Deschutes River Woods, met with city planners to discuss the possibilities. From the article: In documents on file with the city, Dan Leach wrote that he would like to open a brewpub in a 3,400-square foot suite of the Old … Continue reading →