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Redmond, Oregon’s growing beer scene

Among beer destinations in Oregon, my hometown of Bend receives much of the attention in recent years for a variety of reasons (which I’ve written about here at length and, yes, even written a book on it). Bend dominates the Central Oregon beer landscape in much the same way that it dwarfs the other cities in the region, but there are breweries and good beer in those other communities as well. Sisters has Three Creeks Brewing; … Continue reading →

Wild Ride Brewing, open this Saturday in Redmond

Redmond’s latest brewery, Wild Ride Brewing, is officially opening their doors this Saturday, May 10 at 11am (though I hear they are quietly open now, a sort of soft pre-opening). They are Redmond’s (and Central Oregon’s) newest craft brewery, a 20-barrel production brewery with a tasting room and patio, and are located at 332 SW 5th Street downtown. The don’t have a kitchen, but are planning on hosting food trucks for the hungry. And, while I was … 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 →