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12 Killer Breweries and Brewpubs in Bend, Oregon

From tiny tasting rooms to massive restaurants

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While Bend’s status as an outdoor sport destination is known throughout Oregon, its identity as a beer haven only continues to draw crowds from across the country. New breweries seem to pop up every month, trying to stand out in what is an already crowded field. These days breweries are focused on current brewing trends, inventive pub fare, and quality atmosphere — beer pretzels, fire pits and retractable garage doors. Its not all about the hoppy IPAs anymore either; every one of these breweries offers distinct and varied lineups of sours, bruts and hazy ales, just to name a few.

Don’t see your favorite Bend brewery on the list? Share it in the comments below. Those seeking more dining options may want to check out Eater PDX’s overall Bend map. (The points on this map guide are not ranked; rather, they are organized geographically).

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. 10 Barrel Brewing East Side Bend

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62950 NE 18th St
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 241-7733
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Located in an industrial area on Bend’s east side, 10 Barrel’s vibrant, new brewpub equipped with stainless steel rafters, an open kitchen, and a fire-pit-laden outdoor patio is quite the destination. With an huge new menu — including a variety of chicken wings, steak nachos, and artfully created pizzas — the 10 Barrel team is clearly taking the pub food game to the next level.

2. Boneyard Beer Pub

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1955 NE Division St
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 241-7184
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In July of 2018, Boneyard opened the doors to its metallic, junkyard-themed brewpub in what was a Chinese restaurant. Its hoppy, in-your-face ales, like RPM, have earned a cult following over the years, but the brewery has also begun to branch out into the world of sour and hazy beers. The space is expansive, specifically for those with big parties, but there is also a quaint lounge for those seeking a quieter, 21 and older crowd.

3. Bend Brewing Company

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1019 NW Brooks St
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 383-1599
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Following a recent expansion, Bend Brewing Company has reinserted itself into Bend’s top brewpub chatter. With an inviting lawn, picturesque views of the Deschutes River and plenty of outdoor seating, BBC delivers where it previously fell short. An array of award-winning beers like its sours, paired with delicious pub food, make this a must-stop on any brewery tour.

4. Silver Moon Brewing

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24 NW Greenwood Ave
Bend, OR 97703
(541) 388-8331
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Just outside of downtown, Bend’s third oldest brewery recently got a makeover, and the wood-laden, open concept space has been very well received. Traditionally, Silver Moon Brewing has quietly done its own thing; however, its recent run of can releases has not gone unnoticed, specifically the year-round and rotating lunar series. All of these can be found at the pub, as well as its Frickles, fried pickles with assorted dipping sauces.

5. Deschutes Brewery Bend Public House

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1044 NW Bond St
Bend, OR 97703
(541) 382-9242
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For 30 years, this lively, rustic downtown staple has helped define the craft beer scene in Bend and America. Its vast array of experimental and seasonal brews are the real draw here, and they are well-paired with classic pub dishes, like poutine and Central Oregon beef burgers. Monday is locals’ night, when beers are discounted, and the daily changing food specials board usually has a few gems.

A picture of an amber-colored beer in a glass; a tall burger with lettuce, onion, tomato, and blue cheese; and a pile of fries at Deschutes
A burger and beer at Deschutes
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6. Sunriver Brewing Co. Galveston Pub

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1005 NW Galveston Ave
Bend, OR 97703
(541) 408-9377
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In a cozy, industrial space on a busy stretch of Galveston Avenue, Sunriver Brewing Company opened its doors in early 2016 to great fanfare. Since then, its award-winning beers and innovative pub food have made them one of the top brewpub destinations in Bend. The Rippin, a Northwest pale ale, goes beautifully with a beer pretzel with cheese and a back patio seat around the fire pit.

A beer sits next to a massive soft pretzel stuffed with cheese and dipping sauces at Sunriver Brewing
A pretzel at Sunriver Brewing
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7. Worthy Brewing Company

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495 NE Bellevue Dr
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 639-4776
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Worthy Brewing, located on the developing Southeast region of Bend, is hard to miss with its open, airy brewpub and a three-story tower housing a giant, reflective telescope with a retractable roof. Inside, diners find well-crafted IPAs, creative one-off seasonal ales and a wood-fired oven turning out ingenious pizzas and classic sandwich options. On clear nights Thursday through Sunday, patrons can ascend the spiral staircase and stargaze with a beer in hand.

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8. The Ale Apothecary

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30 SW Century Dr #140
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 797-6265
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Paul Arney, the man behind the Ale Apothecary, doesn’t make beer for everyone, and yet that’s what makes his new tasting room a must-visit. The complex, wild-fermented ales brewed with Oregon hops have captivated the craft beer world. The tasting room doesn’t offer food, but it does have its well-curated tastings and highly coveted bottles available for purchase.

Five bottles of beer at the Ale Apothecary, sitting on the bar
A few bottles at the Ale Apothecary
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9. GoodLife Brewing Company

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70 SW Century Dr Suite 100-464
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 728-0749
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Tucked inside the Century Center on Bend’s west side sits GoodLife’s expansive brewing and distilling facility, as well as its lively and inviting pub. Often known as the locals’ favorite, GoodLife prides itself on pairing creative, approachable beers, like Sweet As, with what many would call healthy pub food (think hop-infused hummus). With its very own beer garden and garage doors that open to a concert venue, GoodLife provides top-notch atmosphere for any occasion.

10. Crux Fermentation Project

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50 SW Division St
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 385-3333
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Though it’s a bit hidden, this modern brewpub, housed in an old transmission repair plant, is a destination worth seeking out. Visitors can grab a pint inside the copper glowing taproom or stroll the spacious side-lawn adorned with local food trucks, yard games, and fire pits. During the daily “Sundowner hour,” breathtaking views of the Cascade Mountains come with discounts on 20-plus taps.

11. The Brasserie at Monkless Belgian Ales

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803 SW Industrial Way Suite 202
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 797-6760
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Perched above the mighty Deschutes — with stunning views of Bend’s Old Mill — sits the Brasserie at Monkless Belgian Ales, a new brewpub featuring the brewery’s award-winning Belgian-style ales and a fitting menu of classic European brew pub fare. The space is open and flowing, with walnut and Ponderosa pine tables sourced from Bend, all leading to a spacious, heated back deck overlooking the grandeur of Bend. The menu contains a spattering of bistro classics like mussels steamed in the brewery’s Belgian beer, duck fat frites and even Frikadellen, a Belgian-style meatball with Amarena cherries and tarragon.

12. Spider City Brewing Company

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1177 SE 9th St
Bend, OR 97702

Last November, Melanie Betti, Michele Betti, and Tammy Treat opened Spider City Brewing — since then, they've been turning heads with their experimental ales and fruit-forward kettle sours. The brewery and tasting room, located in Bend’s industrial southeast side, is housed in an open and spacious, 3,000-square-foot warehouse laden with recycled barn wood and roll-up garage doors. The tasting room does not currently have food options, but it does have the Soleil Rubis, a well-balanced, mixed-berry kettle sour that is sure to temporarily curb any appetite.

1. 10 Barrel Brewing East Side Bend

62950 NE 18th St, Bend, OR 97701

Located in an industrial area on Bend’s east side, 10 Barrel’s vibrant, new brewpub equipped with stainless steel rafters, an open kitchen, and a fire-pit-laden outdoor patio is quite the destination. With an huge new menu — including a variety of chicken wings, steak nachos, and artfully created pizzas — the 10 Barrel team is clearly taking the pub food game to the next level.

62950 NE 18th St
Bend, OR 97701

2. Boneyard Beer Pub

1955 NE Division St, Bend, OR 97701

In July of 2018, Boneyard opened the doors to its metallic, junkyard-themed brewpub in what was a Chinese restaurant. Its hoppy, in-your-face ales, like RPM, have earned a cult following over the years, but the brewery has also begun to branch out into the world of sour and hazy beers. The space is expansive, specifically for those with big parties, but there is also a quaint lounge for those seeking a quieter, 21 and older crowd.

1955 NE Division St
Bend, OR 97701

3. Bend Brewing Company

1019 NW Brooks St, Bend, OR 97701

Following a recent expansion, Bend Brewing Company has reinserted itself into Bend’s top brewpub chatter. With an inviting lawn, picturesque views of the Deschutes River and plenty of outdoor seating, BBC delivers where it previously fell short. An array of award-winning beers like its sours, paired with delicious pub food, make this a must-stop on any brewery tour.

1019 NW Brooks St
Bend, OR 97701

4. Silver Moon Brewing

24 NW Greenwood Ave, Bend, OR 97703

Just outside of downtown, Bend’s third oldest brewery recently got a makeover, and the wood-laden, open concept space has been very well received. Traditionally, Silver Moon Brewing has quietly done its own thing; however, its recent run of can releases has not gone unnoticed, specifically the year-round and rotating lunar series. All of these can be found at the pub, as well as its Frickles, fried pickles with assorted dipping sauces.

24 NW Greenwood Ave
Bend, OR 97703

5. Deschutes Brewery Bend Public House

1044 NW Bond St, Bend, OR 97703
A picture of an amber-colored beer in a glass; a tall burger with lettuce, onion, tomato, and blue cheese; and a pile of fries at Deschutes
A burger and beer at Deschutes
Deschutes Brewery/Official

For 30 years, this lively, rustic downtown staple has helped define the craft beer scene in Bend and America. Its vast array of experimental and seasonal brews are the real draw here, and they are well-paired with classic pub dishes, like poutine and Central Oregon beef burgers. Monday is locals’ night, when beers are discounted, and the daily changing food specials board usually has a few gems.

1044 NW Bond St
Bend, OR 97703

6. Sunriver Brewing Co. Galveston Pub

1005 NW Galveston Ave, Bend, OR 97703
A beer sits next to a massive soft pretzel stuffed with cheese and dipping sauces at Sunriver Brewing
A pretzel at Sunriver Brewing
Sunriver Brewing Company/Official

In a cozy, industrial space on a busy stretch of Galveston Avenue, Sunriver Brewing Company opened its doors in early 2016 to great fanfare. Since then, its award-winning beers and innovative pub food have made them one of the top brewpub destinations in Bend. The Rippin, a Northwest pale ale, goes beautifully with a beer pretzel with cheese and a back patio seat around the fire pit.

1005 NW Galveston Ave
Bend, OR 97703

7. Worthy Brewing Company

495 NE Bellevue Dr, Bend, OR 97701

Worthy Brewing, located on the developing Southeast region of Bend, is hard to miss with its open, airy brewpub and a three-story tower housing a giant, reflective telescope with a retractable roof. Inside, diners find well-crafted IPAs, creative one-off seasonal ales and a wood-fired oven turning out ingenious pizzas and classic sandwich options. On clear nights Thursday through Sunday, patrons can ascend the spiral staircase and stargaze with a beer in hand.

495 NE Bellevue Dr
Bend, OR 97701

8. The Ale Apothecary

30 SW Century Dr #140, Bend, OR 97702
Five bottles of beer at the Ale Apothecary, sitting on the bar
A few bottles at the Ale Apothecary
@tylerrowephotography

Paul Arney, the man behind the Ale Apothecary, doesn’t make beer for everyone, and yet that’s what makes his new tasting room a must-visit. The complex, wild-fermented ales brewed with Oregon hops have captivated the craft beer world. The tasting room doesn’t offer food, but it does have its well-curated tastings and highly coveted bottles available for purchase.

30 SW Century Dr #140
Bend, OR 97702

9. GoodLife Brewing Company

70 SW Century Dr Suite 100-464, Bend, OR 97702

Tucked inside the Century Center on Bend’s west side sits GoodLife’s expansive brewing and distilling facility, as well as its lively and inviting pub. Often known as the locals’ favorite, GoodLife prides itself on pairing creative, approachable beers, like Sweet As, with what many would call healthy pub food (think hop-infused hummus). With its very own beer garden and garage doors that open to a concert venue, GoodLife provides top-notch atmosphere for any occasion.

70 SW Century Dr Suite 100-464
Bend, OR 97702

10. Crux Fermentation Project

50 SW Division St, Bend, OR 97702

Though it’s a bit hidden, this modern brewpub, housed in an old transmission repair plant, is a destination worth seeking out. Visitors can grab a pint inside the copper glowing taproom or stroll the spacious side-lawn adorned with local food trucks, yard games, and fire pits. During the daily “Sundowner hour,” breathtaking views of the Cascade Mountains come with discounts on 20-plus taps.

50 SW Division St
Bend, OR 97702

11. The Brasserie at Monkless Belgian Ales

803 SW Industrial Way Suite 202, Bend, OR 97702

Perched above the mighty Deschutes — with stunning views of Bend’s Old Mill — sits the Brasserie at Monkless Belgian Ales, a new brewpub featuring the brewery’s award-winning Belgian-style ales and a fitting menu of classic European brew pub fare. The space is open and flowing, with walnut and Ponderosa pine tables sourced from Bend, all leading to a spacious, heated back deck overlooking the grandeur of Bend. The menu contains a spattering of bistro classics like mussels steamed in the brewery’s Belgian beer, duck fat frites and even Frikadellen, a Belgian-style meatball with Amarena cherries and tarragon.

803 SW Industrial Way Suite 202
Bend, OR 97702

12. Spider City Brewing Company

1177 SE 9th St, Bend, OR 97702

Last November, Melanie Betti, Michele Betti, and Tammy Treat opened Spider City Brewing — since then, they've been turning heads with their experimental ales and fruit-forward kettle sours. The brewery and tasting room, located in Bend’s industrial southeast side, is housed in an open and spacious, 3,000-square-foot warehouse laden with recycled barn wood and roll-up garage doors. The tasting room does not currently have food options, but it does have the Soleil Rubis, a well-balanced, mixed-berry kettle sour that is sure to temporarily curb any appetite.

1177 SE 9th St
Bend, OR 97702

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