In addition to our regular menu, we will be offering a special 4-course “couples” menu. Each couple will receive a 22 oz. bottle of our Valentine’s beer, brewed in our BIY!by
Immersion Brewing was named one of Bend’s Notable New Restaurants in 2016. Great job staff…http://www.bendsource.com/bend/fresh-new-eats/Content?oid=2774461by
Join us this Saturday the 29th for $1 off Immersion beers all day. Starting at 5:00pm come dressed in your Halloween costume and get $5 off a $20 or more purchase of food and drinks. Make sure to stick around because at 7:00pm we have our costume contest! Winners will receive a free Immersion gift bag. Happy Halloween!by
Our first restaurant review from the Bend Bulletin: http://www.bendbulletin.com/entertainment/4646776-151/gourmet-gastropub-fare?referrer=carousel10
Our Grand Opening party is finally happening! October 8, 2016 starting at 11:30. Live music, tasty eats, special release beers, prize giveaways, & bouncy houses!by
You probably already know you can brew your own beer at Immersion Brewing. But did you know you can drink here, and eat dinner here, whether or not you opt to reserve a two-hour session where you can learn to make your own batch of beer?
Immersion Brewing is a pub-style family kitchen with a full bar, daily lunch and dinner specials, an outside patio, and made-from-scratch dishes such as poke marinated ahi, short ribs with edamame avocado succotash, and a Duroc pork porterhouse served with spent beer grain spaetzle and Brussels sprouts. Bon appetit!
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Our BIY (Brew-It-Yourself) experience is now open! Book your brewing session online ==> http://imbrewing.com/b-i-y/. At IMMERSION, you become the brewer and we provide everything you need to create your own quality craft beer! See you at the brewery!by
The Bite of Bend will take place next weekend in downtown Bend. We are excited about the “bites” we are offering…the Ahi Poke Bite rocks! We also will be serving Short Rib Taco and Street Corn. The hours of the event are Sat. (June 18th) 11am – 10pm & Sun. (June 19th) 11am – 6pm. There is going to be some great vendors there. Come check us out!by
IMMERSION BREWING is officially open. Thursday was a great grand opening! KTVZ was live on location and ran a spot on News Channel 21. Check it out here ==> http://m.ktvz.com/news/new-bend-brewery-has-diy-twist/39750146. Thanks to all our supporters and people who have helped us get our doors open. Our BIY is almost ready, we will be accepting online reservations for brew sessions soon. Follow us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM and TWITTER, we will keep you updated on the BIY progress and brew session availability! It’s going to be a beautiful Memorial Day weekend in Central Oregon, come in and try a Big Chilla pale ale and enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family.by
Immersion Brewing, Bend’s first and only Brew-It-Yourself (BIY) pub and craft brewery, is excited to announce their new head brewer, Josh Cosci.
As head brewer, Josh will have the ultimate responsibility for the consistency and quality of Immersion Brewing’s beers and 10-barrel brewing system, as well as the development of new beers. With Immersion Brewing’s unique design as a BIY pub, Josh’s knowledge and recipe development will extend to the hands-on brew-it-yourself experience as head brewer meets hobby brewer.
Josh started his career in the wine industry as a cellar worker and wine maker. Moving from the Willamette Valley to Bend for a better quality of life, he saw the potential to apply what he knew about wine to Central Oregon’s brewing industry. Since then, Josh has worked as a brewer at several local breweries, including Worthy Brewing and Three Creeks Brewing Company, where he gained skills and knowledge that will be invaluable at Immersion Brewing.
Immersion Brewing is tentatively planning to open the 7,300 square-foot BIY pub and craft brewery early May 2016 with a selection of five hand-crafted beers on tap, plus a pub restaurant menu. Beers will include a pale ale, saison and IPA, all created in house on their 10-barrel brewing system. Josh plans to add more craft beer varieties in the future, including seasonal and limited releases, and brewery-exclusive beers.
“I’m looking forward to developing a lineup of Belgian-inspired northwest style pale ales and IPAs,” said Josh.by