Bend Breweries and Wineries
Tasty Local Brews
Bend and the famous Ale Trail offer some of the tastiest beers in the Northwest. Stop by any of these local establishments to experience the best in Oregon beer.
Deschutes Brewery overlooks the river, and it's home to many award-winning beers. Take a free guided tour of their brewery to get an up-close glimpse at the pride, hard work, and dedication that goes into every cold bottle of Deschutes craft beer. Ambassadors explain the finer points of using whole cone hops, German-built brew kettles, and the tiny details that set Deschutes apart from other breweries.
Cascade Lakes has grown from a small brewery in a Redmond airport industrial zone to a brewery with several locations in Central Oregon.
Est. 2007, Bend –Brothers Chris and Jeremy Cox, co-owners of JC’s Bar & Grill in downtown Bend, made a decision to brew their own beer. They launched the Wildfire Brewing Company in 2007 and renamed it 10 Barrel.
Est. 2004, Bend – Most visitors instantly find McMenamins Pub on Bond Street, perhaps sneaking a peek into its basement, where colorfully painted brewing tanks occupy what once was a children’s nursery.
Start your wine tasting tour at Volcano Vineyards. Let Liz and Scott Ratcliff guide you through a flight of their champion Syrah and Red Blends in a casual and friendly setting in the Century Center venue.
Next stop is the Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar located at the northwest end of Minnesota Avenue. With wines from around the world, the wine bar features wines, ports, sakes and champagnes by both the taste and the glass, plus 50 international and micro beers. The patio is also one of Bend’s best places to people watch.
Continue your wine quest at the Naked Winery Tasting Room in the Old Mill District. This Hood River based winery brings exotic brands and provocative labels to Bend. They source their fruit from select vineyards in Oregon and Washington, producing subtle and complex wines.