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The Reverberays will play bitchin surf rock at walkabout Brewing Company.

2022 RACE DATES ANNOUNCED   Registration now open for Salmon Run, Haulin’ Aspen and Bend Beer Run Bend Races announced today the 2022 dates and details for three of the Pacific Northwest’s favorite races: Salmon Run, Haulin’ Aspen and the Bend Beer Run. Registration now available at BendRaces.com. The earlier you register

From Anderson Valley Brewing Company to Standing Stone Brewing Company, Acacia Cooper (pronounced Uh-KAY-shuh), 28, has an impressive rap sheet. Originally from Bend, Cooper joined Climate City Brewing in late May as their new brewmaster, taking the spot of Brandon Crews who left for Wild River Brewing and Pizza Co.

Ginger Johnson starts her day by making breakfast and walking her eight-and-a-half-year-old lab, Hops. “After that, all bets are off,” she says. The Talent resident runs her own business, Women Enjoying Beer (WEB). Her days aren’t typical, she says; anything from giving a Ted Talk to presenting at a restaurant

Medford Beer Week is a carnival of activities, with local and out-of-town brewers showcasing beers, and also a mash-up of beer and. . . kickball, painting, pairings with Girl Scout cookies. A few of our choices: Thursday, June 2: Two notable tap takeovers, Arch Rock (from Gold Beach) offering four

A lineup of eight brews—three seasonal and five year-round—are brewed on-sight, to headline a local/organic menu and operations plan that puts its money where it mouth is. Not just local ingredient sourcing, but increasingly local ingredient production, at the One Mile Farm just outside town; not just benefits and progressive

With nearly 30 breweries, Bend boasts the highest per-capita beer producers in the west. But with more beer than its residents can drink, of course, exporting out of the Central Oregon region is essential—and festivals like “Little Woody” are some of the best showboats for what Bend is producing (as

Opposition Brewery is not easy to find, pushed inconspicuously in an office park in Medford. But inside, the space is welcoming and the three patrons there immediately beamed when I entered. We had chosen Opposition Brewing for The Messenger’s holiday party, partly because we did not know much about them,

Maybe you drink it by the bottle. Or the can. Maybe you splurge by the pint at your favorite bar. The Growler Guys want you to drink it by the jug. Maybe you’re already familiar with the “growler” concept: take home beer (or other tasty beverages) fresh from the tap

Standing Stone cares about sustainability. In case we doubted that sentiment, on a recent visit, right away the server begins to lecture us (in a pleasant way) that the wheat for the beer is grown locally, and the hops, of course, as well. “I’m not really sure where the hops