Bend Brewing Company

Bend Brewing Company

Bend Brewing Company is a small brewpub in Downtown Bend, Oregon that is a haunt for many locals looking for pours of the house favorite craft beers. The pub itself overlooks the Bend Mirror Pond, which Deschutes Brewing, also from Bend, used as the name of their famous Pale Ale. The small pub is a lively place, especially on weekends, with seating tough to find at peak times. Food is served in the pub starting at 11:30am, with daily lunch specials available.

The brewery is located above the pub and churns out local favorites such as their High Desert Hefeweisen and Elk Lake India Pale Ale. Bend Brewing also has a number of popular seasonal brews such as the Paulina Pale Ale and Hop Head Imperial Pale Ale.

The Bend area is a hotspot for good breweries, with Deschutes, 10 Barrel, and Good Life Brewing not far away.

Bend Brewing Company Overview

Brewery Type: Microbrewery and Brewpub
Year Founded: 1995
Food Served: Yes
Patio: None
Dogs Allowed: No
Menus: Lunch/Dinner
Our Favorite Menu Item:
Wifi: None
Operating Hours:
  • Sunday – Thursday 11:30am – 10pm
  • Friday – Saturday 11:30am – 12am
Happy Hour: 4-6pm Daily
Brewery Tours: None

Bend Brewing Company Beer Selection

Beer Styles/Types:
  • Hefeweisen
  • IPA
  • Porter
  • Golden Ale
Be Sure to Try: Paulina Pale Ale
Guest Beers On Tap: None
Cider On Tap:

Getting To Bend Brewing Company

Address: 1019 NW Brooks St, Bend, OR 97701
Nearest City/Town: Bend, Oregon
Location: Deschutes County, California

Contact Information

Phone: (541) 383-1599 Facebook: BendBrewingCo
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Bend Brewing Company Pictures

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Image Credits: Justin Wilson

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