Deschutes Brewery (Bend, Oregon) Will Bring Pop-Up Pub to Cleveland


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Deschutes Brewery (based in Bend, Ore.) will bring its traveling pop-up pub to Cleveland Aug. 1.

From the brewery team: "The ultimate craft beer block party, this 402-foot custom bar will be slinging beers from 40 taps at Hingetown on 29th Street between Detroit Avenue and Clinton Avenue."

Sounds right up Cleveland's alley.

The Street Pub will be open from 2 - 10 p.m. on Aug. 1. Local chefs Nolan Konkoski of SOHO Kitchen & Bar and Karen Small of the Flying Fig will be on hand to conduct cooking demos and serve food. The brewery's own executive chef, Jeff Usinowicz, will be preparing pub fare on-site, as well. The Spazmatics, These Knees, Tom Evanchuck & The Old Money and Midnight Passenger will perform musical sets.

“We were founded as a small downtown public house more than 26 years ago, and the personal connection with our patrons is a core part of who we are,” field marketing manager Joey Pleich said in announcing the idea. “There’s nothing quite like the discoveries made while sitting elbow to elbow, pint in hand, at the pub. The Street Pub is our way to bring the essence of our pubs to fans across the nation.” 

All proceeds from the local Street Pub will benefit the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. This event will be free and open to all ages.

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