Tag Archives: The Ale Apothecary

Ale Apothecary is added to The Little Woody

I’m happy to report that The Ale Apothecary has been added to The Little Woody which kicks off today! Paul Arney commented on the blog with details: Hey Jon, looks like we’ll be pouring a case Saturday night from the stage. I think we squeaked in! So not a full station pouring beer, but this will be a great chance to get a first taste (if you haven’t already) of the Ale Apothecary. Don’t miss … Continue reading →

Pick up some Ale Apothecary beer today

Paul over at The Ale Apothecary has another beer sale going on today, while he’s also hollowing out the spruce trunk (the kuurna) for his “Sahati” at the same time: This is what I’m doing today! I’ve also got 20 cases of La Tache (6% ABV Apothecary brew) I’m peddling for $15 a bottle. Come place your hand on a ‘kuurna’ and get some of the most unique beer you can find from 12-4 today. … Continue reading →

Visiting The Ale Apothecary

On Saturday I saw late-morning Facebook post by Paul Arney of The Ale Apothecary (what is essentially Bend’s newest operating brewery) inviting folks up to his mountain brewery for a one-hour window to check it out and offering up limited-edition bottles of ale for $15 (per 750ml bottle). (He also opened up for an hour yesterday.) Needless to say, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity, so my wife and I drove out to his place … Continue reading →

The Ale Apothecary (Bend) is official!

I’m incredibly excited to read this blog post from Paul Arney announcing that The Ale Apothecary (his brewery venture that I wrote about in detail here) is now official and brewing beer! (The blog post was published on Wednesday the 22nd and I had posted the announced the first beer on the 15th, after seeing a Facebook post.) The Ale Apothecary has been approved, licensed, granted, sanctioned, decreed, and authorized to manufacture malt beverages by … Continue reading →

More about The Ale Apothecary

On Sunday I had the good fortune to meet Paul Arney, former brewer for Deschutes Brewery who is now heading up his own brewing project, The Ale Apothecary, to find out more about his brewing endeavor and receive a test batch bottle of his beer, Sahalie. You may remember that I first blogged about this way back in May; the gist (at least initially) was this: My plan is to utilize a very small home-built … Continue reading →