Deschutes Brewery & Public House

Deschutes Brewery & Public HouseDeschutes Brewery & Public House
Deschutes Brewery & Public HouseDeschutes Brewery & Public House
Brewery, Bar, Eatery, Beer-to-go

1044 NW Bond Street
Bend, Oregon, 97701
United States

(541) 382-9242 | map
deschutesbrewery.com

Notes: Monday - Thursday 11am-11pm
Friday and Saturday 11am-12am
Sunday 11am-10pm
BEER STATS
Average:
4.1
Beers:
204
Reviews:
15,973
Ratings:
58,280
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PLACE STATS
Average:
4.26
Reviews:
61
Ratings:
146
pDev:
15.49%
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Reviews: 61 | Ratings: 146
Photo of Phocion
4.43/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This was Brewery #1 on the 2011 Great American Beer Trip...sort of. After travelling hurriedly to this point, and enduring the very, very boring highways of eastern Oregon, we reached beautiful Bend. Unfortunately, between some sort of rodeo event and a couples bike rally, all camping spots and most of the hotels were completely full.

We finally found a room and quickly headed to the Public House at around 10 PM on a Thursday night. Atmosphere wasn't totally what I expected; it was surprisingly slow after the reviews I read and we had no trouble finding a seat at the bar.

My girlfriend and I ordered a cup of French onion soup, some deviled eggs, and an order of pub fries to munch on along with our beers. The food was definitely good, but I'm not sure they justified the price.

The beer was, of course, delicious. They had all their standard offerings along with a couple of pub-only releases, Black Butte XXIII, Hop in the Dark, and their Bachelor ESB on cask. Having only an hour until close and knowing I'd be getting free samples at the brewery the next day, I opted for their cask beer and some old comfort brews of mine.

Service was great. Unobtrusive but helpful and prompt. Can't really ask for much more than that. Beer was decently priced, but food was a little high.

Although the pub wasn't particularly busy when we stopped in, I have read reviews stating the opposite. Luckily, there was a large construction zone out front and apparently an expansion is to be opened sometime next year.

Overall, well...come on, it's Deschutes. If you're in the area, stop. The brewery tour (in a separate location about 5 minutes away) was also a good time (with a cute tour guide, at that) and had four free samples. I'd had everything else before, so I stuck to Hop in the Dark and XXIII, but whatever.

Also, everyone and their mom I met in Bend recommended the Elk Burger. I didn't get a chance to try it... but now you know.

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Photo of peacebone116
3.88/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped here on the 4th of July 2011 with some friends and family for a tasting and some lunch.

It was great to try some beers that they do not bottle, as well as some of my favorite Deschutes classics that I normally do not find on tap in CA. Several of the beers I wanted to try were tapped out, but there was enough of an offering that this did not impede the good times.

We ordered a couple rounds of tasters. Although the place was busy due to the holiday weekend, the service was not too slow. It was difficult to get the server's attention, but overall, she did her best.

We all ordered food, and although it seemed a bit pricey initially, it was pretty high-end for pub food; I really liked the burger I had & my bro-in-law enjoyed his mac & cheese.

The vibe here was pretty good; lots of families, lots of beer geeks, and a great deal of laughter. The artwork is pretty cool and there is a lot to take in visually.

This would definitely be a joint that I would frequent on a regular basis...if I only lived in Bend.

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Photo of Liverpool08
4.45/5  rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

A nice cozy feel when you walk in. Nice dark wood and bricks. Nice large bar, where the bartenders are very willing to let you try something before you order a beer. Menu gives good description of beers along with ABV info. Year round brews as well as several pub only brews available. Very good prices for pints. Food is also very good, Elk burger was delicious, thai wings were spicy and full of great flavors. Oyster shooters tasted fresh with homemade cocktail sauce. Portions were very generous. Service was very good, very friendly and knowledgeble on the beers. One of the best brewpubs I have visited.

Also took a tour of the brewery earlier in the day. Great tour, tons of info, friendly guide, and of course free tastings.

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Photo of Tumalo
3.28/5  rDev -23%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 1.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

The beers are really good, and their fish and chips are the best, along with a lot of other foods on the menu. But, if you sit at the bar, be prepared to pay twice for your beers. The first incident we had at the bar, my husband and I had 2 beers each, we got a bill for 5 beers. Another time we went in, we paid for each one that we had instead of keeping a tab, and got charged again for the ones we already paid for, and the bartender took our beer away because we refused to pay again. Just a warning, the bald bartender behind the bar does not keep track and will charge you for extra beers that you did not order. Get a table instead!

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Photo of ChadQuest
4.5/5  rDev +5.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This was a great time, I had been camping on the Newberry volcano 30 miles south of bend, and climbed the volcano, and biked & hiked all day...then came to deschutes. Awesome.

The food was great, i got the Fish-n-Chips, a staple for me, and they were good, especially with the hunger i built up.
The waitress was very nice and helpfull with our requests, and recieved a good tip.
The beer list was very good, and there was quite a number of beers there that were unique or never bottled, and i tried those and grabbed a bomber of Mirror/Mirror too.

If your in Bend, you will be stopping there, not a question.

BTW, Bend Oregon, and the land east near Belknap Springs, is one of the best places on earth, the roads through the lava fields, the waterfalls, the hundreds of year old trees, this is heaven in america. Go there. Someday i will move there.

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Photo of AugiePrimrose
4.85/5  rDev +13.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

The original Deschutes Brewery location. Many, many times we just simply skipped going there because of the long wait. It's a very busy place and not the size of pub one would expect from Oregon's largest brewer. Anyways, the Bond St. pub is great if you can get to the bar, but can be too 'kiddy' in the dining room. Despite being in one of the country's most beautiful cities, there's no views or beergarden to be found here. But whatever, the tap list is freaking amazing, and that's all that really matters.

IMO, the best there is. The beer is always, ALWAYS, world class. They also use spent grains from brewing to feed the cattle that they serve as burgers. The food is always great for the pub fare that it is.

The employees are surprisingly knowledgable about the goings on with the brewery and beers. Service and staff are always on top of it. Deschutes is class in every way.

What to say? One will find a ton of regular/seasonals/reserve/Bond St./experimental brews on tap here. Usually(always?) a nitro and casks. There's one off beers here that will never get mentioned on BA, but are some of the best I've ever had.

An exceptional take on pub food. Everything from creative appetizers, to elk burgers, to steak dinners. The wife never, ever had a problem going veggie here.

It might be a little expensive, but it's all world famous brews and classic NW pub fare. Having a beer or three in this establishment should be on every BA's to do list.

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Photo of kbeals
4.08/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Stopped in here after getting rained out from Crater Lake NP. Very laid back atmosphere, seems pretty typical for the Pacific NW region. Bar setting is pretty cool, good decor, reminds me of a somewhat classy restaurant without the stuffy atmosphere. Beer is good and they had a good selection on tap as well. I tried the Graveyard Stout and the Black Butte XXII along with having a sandwich. Bartenders were very helpful despite being very busy. Service did take awhile to get at times, but again, they were pretty swamped. The sandwich I had was okay, nothing outstanding and a little expensive for the price. Along with that, the portion was pretty small. Overall though, it was a pretty cool place. The one thing I probably wouldn't do is order another growler, it was $40 for a growler of Graveyard which seems a bit high (despite the growler having a very kickass design). Cheers!

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Photo of Beerandraiderfan
4.15/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Hit this up on my way to Hopfest! Way into the inner portions of the city (Bend was bigger than last time I was here!). Bar was overflowing with standing room only at a little after 6pm on a Wednesday night.

Chilled, drank a Hop Trial, nice amber ale while watching the Red Sox/Rays game on TV. Asked to start a tab, bartender said no, but he became a lot cooler when it chilled out. Place wasn't all that big, but it is really cool, lots of wood abound. Loved the selection, so many draft only selections, my favorites were Hop Trial, King Screamer and of course, the best beer of the entire week, Black Butte XXII. Damn those pasilla peppers and orange rind rule in the beer, so sad there won't be any bottles.

Bought a snifter, first quoted $6, then $8, I guess I had the obvious tourist vibe going on. Chili fries thing was excellent. Would definitely stop in again if I was anywhere near this place. Abyss on draft someday . . .

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Photo of jdense
4.03/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Bend Beer Sortie Summer 2010.

Visiting family in the area, attempted to visit (and revisit) craft beer strongholds. Certainly the most famous of the Bend Beer scene, the Deschutes Brewery and Public House sits downtown on Bond Street. On-street parking can be iffy, but there are several free two hour city parking lots within easy walking distance.

As you try and wade through the masses lingering for a table by the front door, you soon realize that this is the tourist stop of choice. This clust*rf**k also points out the relatively small size of the public house, waiting of a half hour plus are the norm during the late afternoon/dinner time. Only a few tables outside highlight the need for more room, especially during nice weather.

The draw here, of course, is the beer. While they offer the full range of 'regular' Deschutes beers, it is the one-off pub specialties and limited releases that make this a must for the traveling BA. When I visited there were 2 seasonals, 8 pub specialties and 5 limited releases on tap, including several Belgian interpretations and Black Butte XXII, which despite the bottling problems described elsewhere on the site was extremely tasty. Pints are priced a bit on the high side at $4.75.

I've never been impressed with the food here, while it is of high quality, it's just your normal pub grub. With so many other fine restaurants within a few blocks, I'd have a pint here before or after dinner and eat elsewhere. The bar staff is quite good, informative without being pushy, certainly willing to let you have a taste of anything before you decide.

While certainly worth a stop while you are on the Bend beer trail, this wouldn't be my watering hole of choice if I lived here. However, if you are looking for some interesting one-offs, you need to stop here. The website taplist isn't kept entirely current, so it's worth stopping in to see what surprises may be on tap.

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Photo of beertunes
3.74/5  rDev -12.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

I recently made my second visit to the Bond Street Pub Before a Steve Earle concert at the Tower theater in Bend. The room has a slightly corporate feel, like a committee designed a room that's supposed to feel "local. You also get bombarded by Deschutes merch.

The quality of the brews is top notch, as expected from Deschutes. Even the examples of the mainline brews (Mirror Pond, Black Butte etc.) are brewed on-site, making a bit fresher and tastier than usual.

I haven't eaten here but all the food I've seen has looked to be above average examples. The prices were a touch high, but you're in a tourist/destination town and that's to be expected.

Overall, a nice little spot, certainly worth a visit.

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Photo of alpineclimber
4.38/5  rDev +2.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

On a recent trip to Smith Rock, I stopped in at this brew pub for some beer and grub. When we arrived at around five p.m the place was packed. We had to stand with our drinks for about twenty minutes before we were seated.

On tap they had most of their year round ales like Obsidian Stout, Black Butte, Inversion IPA. The seasonal was The Twilight Ale and Red Chair NWPA. The Hop in the Dark was available for their "hop" forward beer. There was an experimental tap which was a black pilsner and was very good. It was a little bit of a let down to discover that none of the Reserve Series beers were available at the pub, on tap or in the bottle. The brewery tasting room had bottles of Jubel 2010 for sale, which I figured should have been offered at the pub.

The food was great! Large portions and very well priced. The service was great as well. You can tell that this one is a favorite of Bend locals. The server provided me with a map on how to get to the main brewery, the map also had information on opening times. The staff also provided very helpful information on where the best beer stores were in Bend.

We ended up going back for a second visit. If you find yourself in Bend the Deschutes Brewery & Public House is a must!!!

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Photo of Parrotshake
4.47/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Dropped in late last year on a chilly Winter's eve after around 8 hours of driving. Cozy, old-school family restaurant vibe welcomed us in from the cold. Kind of packed with loud jerks who looked underage, though.

Our server was attentive and cute as hell, although she didn't seem to know a *whole* lot about the beers.

I had the elk burger with a cup of broccoli cheddar soup on the side. Really hit the spot. Lots of other good stuff on the menu too, too bad I wasn't in town long enough to go back. Most dishes using local produce, which is always great to see. My friend had some kind of mac and cheese concoction, which she loved at the time but claims gave her food poisoning later.... personally I loved the food, but it might be worth mentioning.

Beer-wise, I had some IPA or other (Red Chair, I think) which was pretty tasty, Jubelale on nitro, which was an absolute treat, and The Abyss, which just about lives up to the hype. Damn good. Around 2 dozen beers on tap, I could have stayed for hours. Their ginger ale is really good too, for any designated drivers reading.

Bend is a really cool town, and this pub is as good an excuse as any to visit. Or move.

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Photo of djbreezy
4.47/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I like the quaint location of this public house. I was amazed during my first visit and equally impressed during my return. I've been here twice and the bartenders have always been friendly and knowledgeable.

The food is delicious and the chef cooks up some good, local variety, which is always a great thing.

The beers, as you should probably know if you're reading this, are amazing. There are some nice pub exclusives and I'm always eager to see what is in the works, as well as to hear about what will be bottled next.

I believe they even have some good merchandise here. I bought a t shirt a while back and it's still holding strong. 100% cotton.

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Photo of RedBrewer83
4.38/5  rDev +2.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Deschutes, Deschutes, Deschutes....what can I say, this place is pretty fantastic. The locals love it, the tourists roam the streets asking where it is and how to get there, the beers are world class, whats not to love. Anyway, the pub itself is hard to miss, beautiful brick inlay on the front with the classic Deschutes logo lit up out front. Inside is a different story... If there is one thing I could change about the entire Deschutes operation it is the downtown public house. The atmosphere is old and kind of drab, the place is small for its reputation and popularity, and it is usually very loud....hard to hear people who are standing right in front of you at times. As for the quality and selection, both are fantastic. Deschutes has world class beers and a pub only tap menu that is constantly rotating with experimental beers usually weekly! The food is good and the selection is pretty solid for a pub. Service can be slow at times but only because it is so packed and the servers have to fight their way through the crowds. It is a little pricey compared to the other pubs in town, but I guess you get what you pay for...

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Photo of yuriruley
4.83/5  rDev +13.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Went here the other day for the first time. Which is a bit odd since I am from the area. I feel bad that I hadn't gone there before. First off, great food, I had the elk burger and it was superb in my opinion. My main reason for going there was to have some more abyss which was also superb.

Our waiter was excellent and very attentive despite it being absolutely slam packed in there. Literally every table was full. Not only that he took the time to talk to me about what the brewery is up to. I asked him if they planned on bottling their most recent black IPA and he sat and explained to me their plans for the next few months.

Great place to have dinner and try some brews. They have a rather impressive list of beer you can only try there at the restaurant. I could have easily spent a good part of my evening there, but I had places to be.

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Photo of gixxerman
4.08/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Monday night and this place was packed! My only complaint is that they need more room to accomodate the crowd. The bar was completely packed and the wait for a table was an hour. I was there with a co-worker, we both flew in from the east coast, and were jetlagged. Once we told the hostess, she snuck us into the first-come first serve section.

Ok so I started with a Hop Hedge, and it was great. Very hoppy and crisp, a nice drink. For food I tried the elk burger and pub fries with an Oatmeal Ale offering, that hit the spot. For dessert I had a nitro stout offering, which was also very good.

Despite the large crowd our server check back with us often, and was awesome. I downgraded the atmosphere a bit, just because the place was a bit too crowded, basically SRO. This seemed to be an 'in spot' - I really hope their beer earned then this distinction.

Overall, it is a great place and I would stop back, I would just hope it was a bit less crowded. This is the real deal, you have to love their selection and rotation of puib exclusives.

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Photo of GreenCard
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Popped in here for lunch and to see if they had The Abyss on tap (they didn't) and ended up leaving satiated as hell from an awesome pulled-pork sandwich with skin-on fries and a scrumptious nitro-served oatmeal pale ale (sounded interesting, so I had to try it).

I thought this would just be a venue to serve the beers from Deschutes Brewery, so I was pleasantly surprised to find a small brewhouse in there which offered another 10 beers or so on top of the Deschutes stuff. Awesome idea to not only serve the brewery stable but to have a little brewhouse to do some more creative brews.

Will definitely come back here again when I'm in the area. Perhaps even for one of their regularly occurring beer-tasting events. The only bone to pick is that I thought the food was slightly expensive compared to what I'm used to. The pulled pork was $11 (if I remember correctly), whereas I would have expected $8-$9 for a lunch like that. Perhaps it's just because Bend is kind of out in the middle of nowhere, though.

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Photo of flexabull
4.24/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

20 years of brewing excellence in downtown Bend.

Arrived late on Friday night. It was slow, with a few people milling about the bar. Have never been all that impressed with the atmosphere, but this place is all about the beer.

Quality is great as people who have tried their beer know.

Service was good. Our bartender was friendly and attentive.

Selection was excellent. I think they had upwards of 15 beers on tap. Plus about 4 brewery only beers on tap.

I've had the food here before, and I remember it being quite good. But I didn't have any this time.

Value is good. Especially considering how good the beer is.

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Photo of LittleA
4.45/5  rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

While the bar on Bond Street will never be confused for a cozy English village pub, this place makes some of the world's best beer.

The pub has a vast selection of traditional Deschutes favorites and selections that I believe are only available at the source in Bend, OR. On a recent visit I had the Abyss and a Painted Hills Pale Ale to complement an excellent ruben sandwich.

Staff were great. If I could change a few things it would be to make the space larger, dim the lights, quiet the noisy crowd and have traditonal Irish music playing in the corner. However, the quality of the beer was enough to keep me coming back.

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Photo of ALECOHOLIC
4.33/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

My first trip to Mt. Bachelor / Bend / Deschutes.
Please say a prayer for the young soul that died on the mountain Sunday Jan. 13.
Our trip coincided with the '08 Abyss release. It was a powerful and slow drinking snifter. The place was packed when we arrived around 9PM. The bar and inside of the restaurant welcomed us in from the cold (damn near zero F no wind). The bar was packed but we found prompt service without a hitch. The food was on par for pub food. The party started around 4:30 we were told that the bottles were sold early. We were also told to check back later. I flew home on Wednesday and my buddy called me to ask how many ’06 and ’07 I wanted. Happy ending!

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Photo of Deeter
3.9/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

My wife and I were in Bend for a little weekend getaway (mostly to go to this establishment and another brewpub in the area... those were my reasons anyway), and both of us were impressed. She was impressed with the food, and I was impressed with the beers I can't get anywhere else. They had a brewmaster's special double IPA (wish I could remember what they called it) I want them to bottle yesterday. The food is quite good, and the service was more than adequate, considering how busy they were within a half hour of opening. Atmosphere is a little strange, given what you would expect going in. The main dining area is sort of "mom and pop denim country" in vibe, not at all what I expected. The bar area is... well, a bar area, but all employees we encountered were knowledgeable and friendly. A must stop if you're in Bend, and worth a detour if not.

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Photo of younger35
4.4/5  rDev +3.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 5

Girlfriend and I passed through Bend on our way to Newport, Oregon for the Labor Day weekend. I was very excited to go here and it didn’t disappoint.
The Public House is located right there on Bond Street. It’s a nice place that was smaller than what I was expecting. The Friday night we went it was the Friday before Labor Day and pretty busy. We had about a 30 minute wait but it was more than welcome as we bellied up to the bar and had a couple beers. They had about 12 or so total taps, half of which were seasonals and the other half were regulars with a few on nitro. Once we were seated the waitress’s service was very friendly and prompt. The food was also excellent. I had the Clam Chowder (maybe the best I’ve ever had) and some Thai Peanut wings (F’n hot!!). The girlfriend had some artichoke dip and it also was fantastic. The atmosphere is pretty laid back and obviously the beer was well worth the stop. An absolute must visit if you’re in Bend.

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Photo of BeerManDan
4.18/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A very nice place with a fair selection of beers on tap that can't be found in a bottle. You could order by pints or half-pints on tap.

The food was good and they had a very good selection of food on their menu. The service was great as was their knowledge of beers when asked a question.

Nice pleasant establishment in old town bend, had no problems finding a parking place. I parked on Bond about two doors from the Alehouse. Everyone was friendly and helpful.

I would recommed this establishment to anyone who is in Bend or the day or whatever. Can't buy single bottles of their beer, only six packs from the Bar. That's the only set back!

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Photo of czechsaaz
4.13/5  rDev -3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Kind of a small brewpub. Not a ton of tables (one bigger area to the left of the door and a smaller to the right) so there was some wait when we went for a table. General brewpub feel with their memorabilia and other art on the walls.

Deschutes isn't one of my "go to" six packs but at the pub everything was really exceptional. In addition to their usual line-up that you can get in bottles there were several pub-only offerings. Champizzle - a pilsner-style finished with champagne yeast was interesting. The Double Black (an imperial version of Black Butte Porter) was phenomenal. I wasn't in a position to take notes or review but the Double Black probably would have been 90+.

Service was a bit of a problem. When at a table, the wait between drink order, food order and food arrival was enormous. Then I had to send something back because it was completely cold. But the next day at the bar, the bartender was on it. Chatting with regulars, answering questions and keeping up on nearly empty pints. Food came super fast at the bar too.

They had about 12 taps which is way more than I expected given their bottle releases.

The food was standard brewpub with few surprises. My Salad at the bar was good and so was the burger when it finally got to my table. Not remarkable, but solid.

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Photo of arizcards
4.13/5  rDev -3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Da Boss and I had the pleasure of stopping here three times during our weeks stay in nearby Redmond.
We were able to sit both in the main dining area and the bar area and i have to say it is better to hang out in the bar as one is able to see more of what is going on. Overall it is a nice cozy place to sit and take in some wonderful northwest brews!
The overall quality offered at the Public House is good. The beers of course are very good and the food is pretty good. This is no fine dining establishment by any stretch, just purely a good place to drink, eat, and talk.
The selection of beer is exceptional with approximately eight regular brews on tap. Additionally they have at least six to eight rotating beers available. If you are a Nitro fan they have two taps available including one for the Obsidian Stout. My brother loved the Nitro Oatmeal Pale Ale. The food selection was good as they had your normal bar food. Additionally they did have some nice entrees to offer.
We thought our food experience was good. The salsa was excellent, a must try. I had the brewery rueben and Da Boss had the Mac and Cheese-can't go wrong with both of those. Also, you must try the pizza as the dough is a by product of the brewing process.
Overall value i thought was very good. Not to many places offer a 20 ounce pint for $4.00. The food was reasonably priced as well.
This place is recommended if you can make it here. Warning-they do get quite busy during the prime Thursday-Saturday hours. They also are fairly filled most other times as well.

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