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Worthy Beer Blast for July 1, 2014

Some Like it Hopped!

Worthy Beer Blast for July 1, 2014

Celebrate the Big Bang! July4th Worthy Party on the Patio

Voted by at least 47 customers as the “best fireworks” vantage point in town. Live music by Strive Roots. Music kicks off at 7 pm.

  • Get here early.
  • Food specials.
  • Free Admission.
  • No reservations.
  • Wave your Freak Flag high.

Support the TDC and Celebrate Survival with Gary’s No Quit Wit


Yes. We think so. Bend’s own Gary Bonacker. One of the loveliest guys on the planet. And strongest and…

… orneriest. When he was diagnosed with brain cancer 11 years ago, he didn’t crawl into a hole. He didn’t retreat. He got busy fighting back and giving back. He’s one of those guys who doesn’t just talk about living life to the fullest. He does it. Each and every breath. Each and every day.

Gary Bonacker: Super Survivor. And Giver. And Smiler.

Worthy Brewing is proud to again sponsor the Tour Des Chutes. This will be the 11th year. Each year, it gets bigger and better.  This year the TDC decided to let the runners in on the fun. More…

Worthy Party, Friday July 11 with music by Greg Botsford, TDC ride/run July 12.

Local 36 Red Lager: Put Out the Fire

When you’re hot and bothered, and it’s time to put the fire out, cool your thirst with Worthy’s Local 36 Red Lager.
Local 36 Red Lager, the “lagger’s lager,” is a zippy, zesty, and robust reddish lager spiced handsomely with Ultra, a rare Oregon grown aroma hop with “noble” Bavarian roots. It’s brewed with Czech-style yeast and a mix of domestic and imported malts. It’s muscular without being hulking. Lean without being mean. And it delivers a smooth, clean and happily hopped finish. More…

Special Release: July 16, 2012, Portland, OR. Call for Details.

Cascade Cycling Race Fans: Get Hopped Up!

Normally, Worthy’s all about balance. But when it comes to the imperials, Worthy likes its big beers like it likes a bike race: totally hopped up!

We don’t really want to watch a bunch of kids riding around casually in a circle. We want to see big, bold action: lung-busting attacks, epic bridges, out-of-body solo efforts, and crowd-energizing desperate breakaways.

In short, we want to see hopped up racers.  Athletes who throw caution to wind. Redliners who give more than they got, who go to failure, but seem to find a way to replenish the tanks. We want to see animated racers-cum-super heroes who attempt the impossible. More…

CCC July 15-20, Bend, OR

Heart & Soul: What’s Cooking?

Several brews on tap at our pub from our Heart & Soul pilot brews series, including:

  • Vic’s Secret, Great Hop Experiment #1, IPA utilizing new “pineapply” hop from Australia
  • El Dorado, Great Hop Experiment #2, Pale utilizing new fruity El Dorado hop
  • Beautiful Beast Belgian Quad, 13.2% ABV, 17 IBU. A monster of a beer!
  • Training Wheels Session IPA, 4.7% ABV, 67 IBU, classic IPA with special whirlpool add “hop burst” method, using Cascade, Centennial and CTZ
  • Gary’s No Quit Wit, refreshing Belgian wit super charged with Lemon, Orange and Coriander

And more small batch, anything goes brews on their way.

Worthy Wednesdays: Summer Concert Series on the Patio

Music plays from 6-8 pm. Free Admission

Worthy Brewing Releases New Worthy IPA Can

BEND, ORE – A new look is coming to Worthy Brewing Company’s most popular flagship beer, Worthy IPA. The 12-ounce six-pack cans will now be packaged in a “hopgreen” can.

“The change is for a more consistent look in the retail market,” reports Worthy’s Creative Director, Dave Zinn, “The new look of the green can will better align with the current portfolio of our packaging.” The updated packaging is expected to hit retail markets the week of June 12.

Renowned for his IPAs, Brewmaster Chad Kennedy raised the bar. This clean, crisp, and refreshing beer is amazingly balanced. A tribute to Worthy’s friends at Indie Hops, Worthy IPA is bursting with finest hops Oregon has to offer.  More…

Calling All Hop Pickers

Worthy’s looking for a few good pickers.

2014 promises to produce a banner hop harvest here at Worthy. So far the hops are right on schedule, with our Chinooks, Sterling, Santiam and Nuggets the first to reach the top of the 12 foot trellis wire.

In 2013, we planted over 20 hop varieties, including three experimental plants from the OSU-Indie Hops aroma hops breeding program.  The OSU-IH “magic hops” are looking very strong. Jack in the Beanstock strong.

We are expecting about 6-7 pounds of fresh hops per mound. For a second year harvest from an urban farm on the East Side of Bend and not too far West of the Badlands Wilderness area, we’re hoppy with that.

Worthy Brewing Hires New NW Regional Sales Manager

BEND, ORE – In the wake of Worthy Brewing’s 240-barrel expansion, the brewing company has hired a new Northwest Regional Sales Manager, Rick Nickerson.

Nickerson – a husband, father and Operation Desert Storm veteran in the Marine Corps – started working in the food and beverage industry in 2003 as a bartender and manager at Park Kitchen in Portland, Ore. From there, he worked as an account sales representative at Columbia Distributing until 2008, when he started on-premise work for Pyramid/Mac’s and later Full Sail Brewing Company. He will be based in Portland.  More…

Dig it! High Desert Garden Tour, Saturday July 19

Worthy’s proud to support the 21st Annual High Desert Garden tour, presented by our friends at the OSU Extension Service and the OSU Master Gardeners.

It’s a self guided tour featuring seven gardens in Tumalo, where hops, properly loved, can thrive. The cost of the tour is $10 and you can buy tickets at Worthy.

For more info, click here.

Worthy Brewing Co. | 495 NE Bellevue Dr. | Bend, Oregon
541.647.6970 | worthybrewing.com


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