Every Wednesday this summer at The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse, we’re barbecuing on the Traeger Grill down at the Beer Garden with a different guest brewery every week. This week’s cookout, The Ale Apothecary will be joining us with their La Tache and some other special beers to taste.
ABOUT THE ALE APOTHECARY
The Ale Apothecary creates totally natural, barrel-aged beer using ingredients off our land or sourced nearby, direct from Oregon farms.
Paul Arney started The Ale Apothecary in 2011 up in the woods outside of Bend, Oregon. Inspired by the unnamed brewers of history, his goal was to tie the brewery to the land and create beer with a sense of place. With the raw, soft water that comes out of the ground, with the wild airborne yeasts we share with the trees, we make hand-made beer without the fingerprint of industrialization, where time and our brewing process are as important as the barley malt and hops we source locally. Our beer is 100% naturally carbonated, with Oregon honey or fruit juices. We avoid the processing aids that are typically used in most contemporary breweries; relying instead on myth and legend combined with Time and Experimentation…the result is our own particular brand of magic.
$20 dinner available at the Beer Garden
Complimentary beer tasting and guest beers available by the pint