Silver Moon Brewing Opens New Brewery Facility in Redmond

first_img Pinterest Facebook Twitter By CBN Silver Moon Brewing Opens New Brewery Facility in Redmond LinkedIn Share. Tumblrcenter_img Google+ Email on November 19, 2015 (Photo above: (L-R) head brewer Jeff Schauland, co-owner James Watts, brewer Alex Sarames, co-owner Matt Barrett and brewer Damon Arredondo | courtesy of Jeffrey R. Flones of Spooky Dawson)Silver Moon Brewing, a longstanding craft brewery based in Bend, recently opened on a new, 15,000-square foot brewery, just north of its current facility in Redmond.A Grand Opening, featuring the annual One Beard to RuleThem All event, took place in the new brewery the night of November 20. The new location supports the company’s goals to reach the growing market of craft consumers in the current territories of Oregon and Washington and future territories of California and Idaho.Silver Moon’s newest creation, IPA 97, will lead the charge for growth in all regions, and was just named “Best IPA in Bend” among a field of fellow Bend breweries at a recent 80th Anniversary event at Bend’s iconic Pine Tavern Restaurant, dubbed the PT80.Matt Barrett, president and co-owner of Silver Moon said, “needless to say, in a field of some fantastic craft beers here in Central Oregon we were thrilled to take top honors at the Pine Tavern last month.“The blind tasting format was a great way for judges to really focus on picking a true stand-out beer, and not simply align with brands they are most familiar with. It’s a terrific beer, we felt pretty good about it going in to the event.”The third oldest brewery in Bend, Silver Moon Brewing was acquired by Matt Barrett and James Watts just over two years ago. Their goal was to elevate the brand, increase production and continue the string of awards the brewery has enjoyed over its many years in the industry.The pair have focused on innovative marketing and messaging, while preserving the history and local roots of the company.“The local craft beer community in Central Oregon spans well beyond the Bend City limits,” said Watts. “We have some great friends at fellow breweries in Sisters, Sunriver and Redmond, so the move to Redmond positions us nicely in a nearby community that is rapidly gaining the respect of craft beer lovers. Our Bend presence won’t go away, that will always be worldwide headquarters for Silver Moon.”More big news for Silver Moon Brewing will follow in January, as the brewery provides specifics to the market around the launch of canned products. Award winners IPA 97 and Get Sum Pale Ale, along with another new brand Chapter 2 Session Ale, will be offered in 12 ounce 6-packformat. This new package will be on shelves and available in the first quarter of 2016.Other favorites such as Snake Bite Porter, VooDoo Dog India Session Red and a collection of Seasonals and Alpha Project specialties will continue in the current 22 ounce bottle format.The company will close 2015 at approximately 2,100 barrels produced, and can immediately increase production by an additional 6,000 barrels when the new facility comes online in December. Barrel-aged beers and a new venture into Sours will follow in 2016 as well.Founded in 2000, Silver Moon Brewing began as a local home-brew supplier, and morphed into a brewpub by 2004. Medals and Awards include Great American Beer Fest, North American Beer Awards, the KLCC Brewfest and various regional and local events. Columbia Distributing provides service to over 17,000 retail accounts in Oregon and Washington, and represents Silver Moon Brewing across both states.Retailers interested in Silver Moon products may request assistance by contacting the brewery at [email protected], or ColumbiaDistributing directly at [email protected] E-Headlines 0last_img

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