Tag Archives: Worthy Brewing

Received this week: Local winter ales

I was fortunate to pick up a couple of (complimentary/marketing) winter seasonal beers this week from Worthy Brewing and McMenamins Old St. Francis School: I stopped in at Worthy on Thursday after work to try the premier release of their new Powder Keg Winter Ale, a “winter IPA” that’s 7.1% abv, and ran into both my friend Lindsay Landgraf (Worthy’s social media and PR person) and Brewmaster Chad Kennedy. We chatted up beer and the … Continue reading →

Worthy Brewing’s grand opening – some pictures and a video

This past Friday night I popped into Worthy Brewing to check out their grand opening celebration (which I’d blogged about here) to drink some beer, grab some pictures, and shoot some video of the Hop House dedication to┬áDr. Al Haunold. All three objectives were achieved, and I have to commend Worthy for putting on a great party. It was raining, so all of the action took place inside the brewery, but that was really the … Continue reading →

Worthy Brewing Grand Opening and Hop House Dedication

Ever since Worthy Brewing‘s soft opening back at the beginning of February they’ve been super busy; both the restaurant and brewery have been running full steam (in fact, they’re already looking at expanding the kitchen), and the build-out of the hop garden and greenhouse have continued as well (they just recently erected the hop trellises and have topsoil in the planter beds). All that busy-ness and hard work are paying off this Friday the 5th … Continue reading →

Worthy Brewing soft opening

Today was the official soft (“quiet”) opening for Bend’s new Worthy Brewing, one of the area’s most highly anticipated new Bend brewery openings based in no small part on the sheer size and ambition of the project. Naturally, given that I’ve been following the progress of Worthy fairly closely since it was announced (you can review my Worthy-related posts here), it was a given that I’d be attending this opening, and documenting it. Here’s my … Continue reading →