Tag Archives: Redmond Oregon

Juniper Brewing, Redmond, opening soon

In addition to Wild Ride Brewing which I wrote about the other day, Redmond, Oregon has another new brewery opening up even sooner: Juniper Brewing Company, currently planning on opening by the end of this month. Located across the street from the Deschutes County Fairgrounds at 1950 SW Badger Avenue in Redmond, they are installing a two-barrel brewing system with a 600-square-foot tasting room. The Source Weekly in their roundup of the new breweries included a … Continue reading →

Wild Ride Brewing, coming to Redmond this spring

The city of Redmond, Oregon, is getting another new brewery slated for this spring: Wild Ride Brewing. This is one that has been a bit under the radar; I’d only heard about them fairly recently, and it looks like their development is coming right along. The building is an 8700-square-foot former lumber warehouse (where Parr Lumber used to be) located at 332 SW 5th Street on the (old) main drag heading north through downtown Redmond; they … Continue reading →

Redmond, Oregon getting a new brewery: Smith Rock Brewing

I completely missed the Bend Bulletin article about this earlier this month (and one from earlier this year) because it’s behind the newspaper’s paywall: Redmond, Oregon has a new brewery opening soon, Smith Rock Brewing Company (Facebook page). From the article: Initially, Smith Rock Brewing will rely on a small 25-gallon system to make beer for customers at its Northwest Seventh Street pub, where traditional locally sourced pub fare will also be for sale, said … Continue reading →

Phat Matt’s Brewing

Redmond, Oregon has a new brewery, Phat Matt’s Brewing Company, and by all indications it seems they are open and brewing even now—as it appears that their first beer will be debuting at this weekend’s Bend Brewfest, according to the Brewest’s Facebook post. I had a sneak peak of their business card a month ago: But I was holding off on mentioning them since I didn’t know their timeline, and the brewing equipment was being … Continue reading →