Have you checked out Bend Brewing Co. in a while? If not, you should, because they’ve got a whole new look for their brewpub… and for their website. They’ve remodeled their front room to include an open-air bar, and they’ve remodeled their website to promote a better user experience. The only thing they haven’t remodeled is their beer… because when you’ve got a good thing, why change it?
Bend Brewing Co. employed the help of Smart Solutions to revitalize and revamp their website. Now you can find out what’s on tap before you make the drive over to the bar. You’ll be able to see a bio of every beer, so you can find out what just got tapped, how many ABVs each beer has, and even its IBU content.
Bend, Beer & BBC
Did you know that Bend Brewing Co. is the second oldest brewery in Bend, Oregon? Since 1995 BBC has been malting, mashing, sparging and fermenting world-class craft brews. They’ve won awards for multiple styles of beers, including porters, golden ales, Irish stouts, dark lagers and satiating sours. They’re proud to have been an integral part of Bend’s heritage as a capital for microbreweries and award-winning craft beer.
Head over to Bend Brewing Company to find out what beers they have on tap, then stop by their remodeled location on Mirror Pond for a sip of a sour, a full-bodied barrel of black malt, or a cask of Cherry Baltic Porter. Whether you try one of their seasonal ales (we suggest their famous Ching Ching) or stick to one of their signature beers, (you could never go wrong with the Elk Lake IPA) we’re sure your thirst will be properly quenched and your taste buds gratified.
Bend Brewing Co. is located in downtown Bend, right along the Deschutes River on Mirror Pond. They’re open from 11:30 am to 10:30 pm every day, and Happy Hour is from 4-6 pm.
FYI* Look forward to a new addition to Bend Brewing Company, coming in the summer of 2017. They’re building an outdoor seating and chilling area along the river. Because the only thing better than Bend in the summer, is Bend in the summer, sitting by the river, drinking a chilled craft beer.