Bend gas station has 30 beers on tap

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Bend's Stop & Go Shell station offers 30 different West Coast beers on tap to fill growlers.

"We're right here in the beer capital in Central Oregon," said [owner Kizer] Couch. "So we have all these breweries who are doing awesome. They are some of the only people who are successful right now in the economy, so we thought, 'Boy, I wonder if we can do that here?'"

Couch says they hope to feature at least one beer from every brewery in Bend. He added they've had tremendous support from all the local brewers, who have backed the idea 100 percent.

Read more at KTVZ.

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0 #1 Sounds good, butGuest 2012-08-28 21:04:39
Sounds good, but I think I'll stick with gas for my car.
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