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Little Woody day 2

We followed up the first day of The Little Woody¬†by heading down early on Saturday, arriving about 12:15 just after they opened. (My usual MO for beer fests.) It was already a beautiful day, and already getting hot, so while the crowd was light we snagged a table in the back that was in the shade, and stayed there with our group for the time while we were there. Day 2 went much the same … Continue reading →

Day 1 of Little Woody is in the bag

Yesterday’s foray down to the opening of Bend’s Little Woody was quite a lot of fun and successful; I missed last year’s event (I was in Florida looking for beer in between the family vacation moments) so my sense of scale might be off, but this year’s event (their fifth one, which is noteworthy) seems much bigger than before. The album I’ve added below gives a good sense of how the evening went: big crowds, … Continue reading →

The Little Woody (2013) beer list

The Little Woody kicks off today in Bend and this year they have 19 breweries represented (most of them are from here in Central Oregon), and all of them are pouring a fantastic selection of beers—the best taplist I’ve yet seen from The Little Woody over the years. (As well it should be!) Here’s a list I’ve put together of what breweries are present and what they’re pouring—if I didn’t indicate where they are from, … Continue reading →

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 →

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 →