Central Oregon brewers form guild

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Central Oregon brewers are uniting to form the Central Oregon Brewers Guild, a nonprofit that aims to be the voice for the growing industry.

The nonprofit professional advocacy organization represents 12 of the region’s craft brewers including: 10 Barrel Brewing; Bend Brewing Co.; Boneyard Brewing; Cascade Lakes Brewing; Deschutes Brewery; Good Life Brewing Company; McMenamins Old St. Francis School; Silver Moon Brewing; Three Creeks Brewing, Brew Werks, Worthy Brewing and the new Crux Fermentation Project.
“We want people to think ‘craft beer’ when they hear ‘Central Oregon,’” said Garrett Wales, COBG President and partner of 10 Barrel Brewing Company. “We have this amazing camaraderie and talent among the Central Oregon Brewers, so a local Guild makes perfect sense for our region. We’re creating a craft beer culture because we’ve become one of the industry’s flourishing brewing communities in the United States.”

Read more at KTVZ.

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