About Cascade Brewers Society

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For over 25 years, Cascade Brewers Society is a sometimes formal, but mostly informal club devoted to the appreciation and art of creating fine alcoholic beverages (you know; beer, mead, cider, and wine).

For more information about our fine organization please visit our About Us page or email clubinfo@cascade-brewers.com.

Upcoming Events

  • Friday Happy Hour
    Friday, September 18th, 5:00pm

    Monthly social meetup to try out the many new craft brew establishments in the area. This month's location: TBD.

  • COC Deadline - New Styles (BJCP 2014 errr 2015)
    Sunday, September 20th
    Link: BJCP 2014 Style Guidelines (Draft)

    Had a nice Grodziskie lately?? Always wanted to brew up a Sahti? Now's your chance! With the anticipation of a new set of BJCP guidelines to be introduced in 2015 it is time to brew all of those styles that we could get judged before. New Styles: Gose, Grodziskie, Lichtenainer, Sahti, Kentucky Common, Pre-Prohibition Porter, and yes Black IPA's. Once the guidelines are released we may adjust these categories.

  • Monthly Meeting
    Monday, September 28th, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    Monthly meeting for business, tech talks, and all things brewing. This month's revolving location: TDB. This month's topic: TBD.

  • Bend Beer Bender
    Friday, October 2nd – Sunday, October 4th
    Host: Kathleen Downey

    Carl and Kathleen are coordinating the CBS beer event in Bend October 2, 3, and 4. (Although there won't be any coordinated beer-drinking event on the 4th because your liver will be done with it, except we will drive home via Oakridge and you can join us at Brewers Union.) Mark your calendars, scratch it into your iPhone calendar, get a tattoo with the date. We are working on getting a better rate at a hotel (McMenamins is already full, and the Mill Inn B&B won't return my e-mail or call, so these places are not on the table). Once we have this, info will be e-mailed out. In general, Friday will start sort of 3-ish, will have a couple of brewery tours, possible group beer bike thing, and a dinner. Saturday will be a large handful of breweries, walking between sites, and a dinner. If you have a back-door pass for a Bend brewery (we're not planning to go outside of Bend), and we haven't yet talked with you and taken advantage of who-you-know, do e-mail us. The goal is to see a variety of brewery set-ups, talk with the brewers, drink a mess of beer, and get to hang out with each other.