Yesterday (Friday the 24th of February) was a perfect day for the official groundbreaking ceremony for one of Bend’s newest brewery ventures, Worthy Brewing Company—nearly 60 degrees, clear and sunny (contrasted with this morning as I write this, it’s snowing somewhat heavily). Principals Chad Kennedy and Roger Worthington had arranged a nice setup to welcome guests to the groundbreaking: an outdoor event tent with tables and chairs for guests, a keg of Boneyard Beer‘s RPM … Continue reading →
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This Friday, February 24th, is the official groundbreaking ceremony for Worthy Brewing, one of Bend’s newest breweries-in-development fronted by ex-Laurelwood Brewmaster Chad Kennedy (Facebook announcement). The ceremony takes place at 3pm and (I believe) both Kennedy and partner Roger Worthington (of Indie Hops) will be on-hand. Before then, though, I thought I’d grab a couple of pictures of the land that Worthy will be occupying, before any buildout starts: Not much to look at now … Continue reading →
Chad Kennedy, brewmaster of Bend’s upcoming Worthy Brewing, revealed the new brewery’s logo on Twitter (and Facebook) the other day: I like it, it’s a strong, clean design with detail but not too much detail. In addition, there is also a new Facebook page for the brewery here.
Thanks to an article in my local paper, we can connect the dots on Chad Kennedy’s brewery project here in Bend—and they connect up to Roger Worthington’s proposed east side brewery and beer garden. The article is (again) behind a paywall, but I can give you some choice quotes: Plans to open Worthy Brewing LLC, named after attorney Roger Worthington, who owns the land where the brewery will be built, are moving forward after talks … Continue reading →