News Worthy for 2013
Here is the latest Worthy News!
Worthy Brewing Company makes the best IPA in Oregon, and therefore the world."
October 31, 2013
Worthy Brewing, located deep in Bend’s Eastside, was opened February of this year in a city that prides itself in a good IPA and earning your position in the social ladder. Worthy decided they didn’t have time for that nonsense and skipped that step hopping straight into craft brew dominance when they built a MASSIVE, 21,000 square foot brew campus containing everything from a fresh hop garden to bag-toss court (seriously, ask the bartenders for bean bags…you wont regret playing the classic lawn game with an IPA in your hand). Read more.
Worthy Brewing honored for “Brewing New Opportunities” in Central Oregon
Published October 28, 2013
The Building A Better Central Oregon (BBCO) group on October 24, 2013 recognized Worthy’s commitment to conservation with the “Brewing New Opportunities.”
“We are extremely honored by the award,” beamed Chris Hodges, Worthy’s CEO. “We’re very happy to take a leadership role in implementing green technologies, as well as creating long term, sustainable jobs.” Read more.
Brewers Association - A Toast to Chad Kennedy
Published October 14, 2013
"I am the founding brewmaster at Worthy Brewing [in Bend, Ore.]. I worked for a large brewery on the East Coast in the early 90s, but my first craft brewing job was for a specialty distributor in Portland a decade later." Read more
Growing their own: Bend restaurants are harvesting from their on-site gardens and serving up fresh for you!
Published September 6, 2013
One of Bend’s newest breweries is also one of the greenest, most agriculturally-focused. Worthy Brewing has its own hop growing yard, which doubles as a hop research facility for Oregon State University. Besides hops, they also grow a wide range of produce they use for creating tasty dishes in the kitchen.
Right now, they have an abundance of cucumbers, zucchini, sorrel, basil, tomatoes, green onions, and cilantro. The tomatoes and cucumbers end up in a variety of salads, while the zucchini is a side dish accompanying the blackened salmon entrée. Read More
Solar Powered Worthy Beer
Worthy Brewing Profiled in the Energy Trust of Oregon's 2012 Annual Report.
You can almost taste the sunshine in Worthy Brewing beers. The Bend business uses solar energy to heat its water and help power its new energy-efficient brewery and restaurant. The result is an operation that delivers for the environment and the bottom-line. Read More
Hops Partners Target Craft Brewers
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