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Our portfolio of delicious beers draws thousands of visitors to the Everybody’s brewpub each year, yet the folks that craft your favorite brews are often the most invisible. Let’s rectify that for our July employee profile, and spotlight one of the most crucial members of our brewing team – shepherd of yeast and our resident master of memes, Brewer Sam Mertz!   Vital Stats Full Name – Sam Mertz Hometown – Las Cruces, New Mexico Current Favorite Everybody’s Beer – Helles Lager Favorite Everybody’s Food Item – Classic Wings Spirit Animal - Giraffe Favorite Meme – Cats Can Have a...

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Over the past few years, Everybody’s has developed several sour ales. These have proven so popular that we now offer a rotating sour series. Recently, our Passion Fruit Sour Ale was honored with a gold medal in the American Sour Ale category at the 2022 Best of Craft Beer Awards! Now in its eighth year, the Best of Craft Beer Awards has grown to be the third-largest professional brewing competition in North America. The private, international competition is held each winter in Central Oregon (Redmond/Bend). Everybody’s Brewing was one of 482 breweries from 49 states, provinces, and countries that accounted...

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It takes many hands to produce the scrumptious nacho platters and award-winning brews that keep our guests happy, sated, and returning for more! Have you ever wondered about the folks that have helped make Everybody’s Brewing a Gorge institution? We’re launching a blog series profiling our motley crew called "Meet Everybody", beginning with Max King, a veteran pub employee just promoted to assistant general manager! Vital Stats Name: Max (short for nothing) King Hometown: Seattle, Washington Favorite Current Everybody’s Beer: The Cryo-Chronic Favorite Everybody’s Food Item: Chicken Burrito with Jalapeños Spirit Animal: Killer Whale Favorite Band/Musician: Led Zeppelin/Stevie Ray Vaughan How long have you worked for...

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The weather diviners at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are predicting a colder and wetter than average winter for the Pacific Northwest. That’s looking likely here in the Columbia River Gorge, where it’s been cold, windy, and extremely wet for weeks. Whether you prefer to gear up, get outside, and spit in winter’s eye, or hunker down indoors with the puffiest of blankets, winter seasonal beers are the perfect accompaniment!   Seasonal beers can be driven by many factors – the serving temperature (who doesn’t love a chilled pilsner on a hot summer day), ingredient availability (we eagerly...

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Late summer might be the most magical time of year for brewers, especially those of us located in the Pacific Northwest – it’s hop harvest season, and that means fresh hop beers are coming off the line! It only takes four ingredients to make a beer (grain, hops, yeast, and water), and while all are critically important, it’s often the hops that draw the most attention. Hops are harvested in late August through September. In the Pacific Northwest, where more than 75% of American hops are grown, the harvest can be compared to the annual grape harvest for winemakers in...

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