This is an amazingly drinkable IPA in the Northwest style, with copious late-hop additions of magnificent Citra hops to bring forth fruity, complex hops flavors and aromas without overpowering the tongue in bitterness. You’ll find juicy notes of guava, lemon, marmalade, grapefruit and more.
This is unabashedly a Northwest Pale Ale, full of juicy aromas like melon, citrus, and hints of peppery dandelion greens. It drinks nicely bitter without overpowering the palate, that spicy and earthy hop bitterness cutting nicely through the malty body to leave a mellow finish.
This “triple chocolate” porter delivers on that promise-- three varieties of chocolate malt bring rich, luscious waves of cocoa, mousse, dark chocolate, dark coffee and more-- with none of the over-roasted astringency you sometimes find with other similar beers.
If you like a dessert stout, then this is the beer for you. This rich, thick brew offers up aromas of caramel and molasses, followed by malty-sweet dark chocolate and hints of Turkish coffee tempered by jammy, treacle notes. There is just enough dry roastiness to cut the sweet factor back to avoid being cloying, and instead finishes balanced and clean.
A clear, clean, crisp wheat ale in the German “Kristalweizen” tradition, with hints of raw wheat and baguette crust followed by a lemon peel finish imparted by the hops. This hefeweizen is light and refreshing, perfect for hot summer days.
A classic American Amber Ale with a toffee-like malt base tempered by a roasty character and the spiciness of rye malt. The hops here are full of earthy, resin-like flavors-- but restrained and balanced, allowing the luscious malt body to shine.
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Fortify yourself! This IPA is boosted by additions of Cascade and Citra hops to give you a hop bomb of sticky-sweet pine, resin, dark fruits and a solid, clean bitter underpinning. For all the big hops here, this finishes clean with a solid malt body that won’t leave your tongue stripped.
Very light and refreshing ale, crafted with a lower ABV and 3 hop varieties to give you subtle grapefruit notes for a flavorful session ale you can drink all afternoon.
This copper-gold lager offers up a deliciously malty take on a classic style, imbued with rich layers of grainy malt and earthy hops while maintaining a crisp, clean finish. A great choice year-round, though you’ll especially appreciate this beer on the patio.
Citrus hop bomb! The 3 varieties of hops are add at three stages of the brewing process on this bright and delicious IPA. The grapefruit and lemon peel notes are the standout in this summer IPA.
We took our “triple chocolate” and AMP'd it UP - Same three varieties of chocolate malt with rich, luscious waves of cocoa, mousse, dark chocolate, dark coffee - Just more of them!
A light red with subtle carmel and citrusy hop profile.
Citrus hop to the front of a nice clean lager finish.
This is a grapefruit juice enhanced citrus hop IPA need I say more.
Grapefruit juice abundance in this citrusy IPA.
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Two friends, Trever Hawman and Rod Kramer, decided to turn in their carpenters belts and follow their passion by starting a small batch brewery using eco-friendly methods and the freshest, local ingredients. What started out as a hobby, quickly grew into a full-blown obsession for crafting fresh, "more drinkable" microbeer. The positive response and overwhelming demand for their brews pushed them to expand into their new facility and tasting room at 63063 Layton Avenue, Bend, Oregon.
Keeping it local, staying humble and using sustainable practices to create the best tasting beer are the priorities at Bridge 99 Brewery. It starts with using fresh , local hops from Tumalo Hop Company in Central Oregon. After the brewing process, spent grain, hops and yeast are sent to a local ostrich rancher rather than going into the landfill. Also, rather than sending grain wastewater down the drain and into our rivers, it is collected in large totes and used as nutrient-rich fertilizer on a local farm.
Where did the name Bridge 99 Brewery come from? Wanting to build a brand around something unique to the region, along with "99 bottles of beer on the wall" singing in their heads, the two set out to find a name. The search was over almost as quickly as it began when they remembered a local US Forest Service landmark, Lower Bridge - also referred to as "Bridge 99" - that crosses the Metolius River near Camp Sherman, Oregon.