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'Sunday Supper' with Ale Apothecary

Tasting room is filled with art, barrels and stories



The Ale Apothecary tasting room on Century Drive is filled with art, barrels and stories. If you've ever gone in for a tasting or a glass, you've enjoyed their unique, all Oregon beers, but also yearned for some food to compliment those complex brews. Your opportunity to enjoy both is on March 4 at Sunday Supper. This is Ale Apothecary's first dinner collaboration, working with local chef Amy Wright from Sunny Yoga Kitchen. The dinner includes four courses, plus appetizers, paired with five Ale Apothecary beers. Tickets are $90 per person and will be sold in the tasting room starting Feb. 1 through Feb. 3, with limited online tickets available.

The Ale Apothecary

30 SW Century Drive, Suite 140, Bend



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