Deschutes is Here to Stay in Roanoke, VA!

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Our push east has been one hell of a ride and I think I speak for everyone from Deschutes that we are so happy we landed in Roanoke as our new East Coast home.The community has been the major factor in us wanting to not only produce beer, and put Roanoke to work in sharing our product and message, but truly put down roots and become part of the community landscape. The hospitality and partnerships we have been lucky enough to experience over the last year since we made our big announcement have been incredible and we want to do what we can to give some of that love back.

Last summer we were able to launch our “We are here to stay” presence with Street Pub and a roll out of our beers regionally, and while all of the communities we have taken Street Pub have responded with overwhelming support Roanoke truly blew us away! With more than 22,000 in attendance last year, we knew it was time to take it to the next level!This year, the event will feature even more taps at new bar locations, new regional and local band, the Deschutes Worth Sharing Event Passport’, some incredible street artists and our new title partners Hydro Flask, Humm Kombucha & Keen Footwear all working together toward one mission: elevate the community impact and raise even more dollars for deserving nonprofits!

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