Breweries, Tours and Festivals in Bend, Oregon

For all the beer connoisseurs out there, the Old Mill District connects you up with several distinct ways to enjoy all the local fine-craft beers in Bend as well as getting you around to see the sites.

Bend Ale Trail – In celebration of our rich beer culture and Bend’s abundance of craft beer Visit Bend created the Bend Ale Trail. Love beer and plan to visit several breweries this in Bend? Trek the largest beer trail in the West! Pick up your map and get your passport stamped, then head to the Bend Visitor Center downtown to receive your prize… a commemorative pint glass! Every November is Bend Ale Trail Month where you can earn additional prizes during your craft beer adventure!

Bend Ale Trail passport photo compliments of Visit Bend

Bend Brew Bus – Take part in a behind the scenes tour of the brewing process and enjoy complimentary samples of delicious beers and appetizers at the final brewery.  Get an insider’s look at four outstanding Bend breweries with the Bend Brew Bus.  Half-day tours are available daily.

Bend Trolley Tours – Be sure to look for the red trolley on the streets of Bend this summer. The Bend Trolley is available for private events and offers various tours of the Cascade Lakes, Bend, Brewery Tours and more. Bend Trolley

Cycle Pub – Bend residents love beer and bicycles!  The combination of these two pastimes is a multi-person bike riding and beer friendly Cycle Pub presented by the Old Mill District.  Look for Cycle Pub in the Old Mill District, special events and around town making stops at local breweries. This 16-person cycle will get you around to all the hot spots in Bend, simply through the pedaling power of the riders. Cycle Pub

Let it Ride Electric Bikes – Offering historic Bend tours on electric bikes along the Deschutes River, downtown and Old Mill District revealing the rich past of our city. Let it Ride Bend

The Local Pour – Tour a Brewery, Winery and Distillery in Bend! Join a fun, tasty and enlightening tour of a micro-brewery, winery and distillery. Gain insights into each intoxicating process and learn even more from a tour guide that will help weave together all three artisanal practices. Half-day tours are available daily. The Local Pour