Bend, Oregon’s award-winning Sunriver Brewing Co. has released a detailed calendar of their 2020 beer releases. The brand calendar focuses on beer that will be available to Sunriver’s distribution network. This includes year-round beers as well as limited release beers. Formats on what container you can find each release is well defined on the right on the calendar.
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The Limited Release category has been broken up into three sub-categories. The Haze Factory, which is a monthly rotating hazy IPA. The Double IPA Factory is comprised of both hazy and West Coast double IPAs. Lastly, the Also Limited category, which features a mix of different styles, ranging from West Coast IPAs to fruit and garden beers.
These Sunriver Brewing beers will all be available in distribution within their network, but in very limited quantities so they will not all hit every area. This calendar also provides a list of beers that will be available in all three Sunriver Brewing pubs, though many other brews will be available as well, including a rotating lager/pilsner series. From this list you can see that there’s a mixture of yearly favorites, beers that were brewed for the first-time last year and now expanded, plus a few new beers as well. Keep an eye out on the Sunriver Brewing social media pages for more detail information about these brews as they are released.
Sunriver Brewing Company’s pub in the Village at Sunriver opened to rave reviews in the summer of 2012. Recognizing that the original pub would not accommodate demand, a 13,000-square foot building was purchased in the Business Park in 2014. Since that time, Sunriver Brewing Company has garnered many national and international awards for their craft beer. In February of 2016, Sunriver opened its second pub location on Galveston Avenue in Bend Oregon. The year of 2017 included a major national accomplishment with winning Small Brewing Company of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival. In 2019 Sunriver opened their third pub in the Oakway Center located in Eugene, Oregon.
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