Cask conditioned 2013 Ridge Trail Ale will launch on May 24th at 5 p.m. We will also be tapping our Stampede Strong Ale to kick off the weekend’s Sister Stampede bike race. See you all here!
Join us in the Bar at 4 p.m. on Saturday, January 26th for our first ever Beer and Dessert pairing. We’re still playing with some fantastic desserts (rough work, someone has to do it), but have picked the beer line-up as follows: Barrel Aged Imperial Porter, Dark Hollow Harvest ale, Raptor Rye IPA and the BIG BAD SISTERS COFFEE INFUSED IMPERIAL STOUT.
One word comes to mind: YUM!!!!
Drop in or call to reserve your space. seating is limited.
Batten down the hatches and break out your calendars as November is loaded with great Three Creeks events.
Meet the Brewer at Platypus Pub, Nov. 19th at 6 p.m.
Hodag CDA Release Party Friday Nov. 23rd at 6 p.m.
That’s right, we love our Local’s and appreciate your support. To show our gratitude, we’re running the following weekly specials.
- All You Can Eat Chili and Cornbread for $6.00 Monday night
- Tightwad Tuesdays with $8.00 Lunch and Dinner Specials
- Locals Appreciation Wednesday’s (L.A.W) with $9.00 Sirloin Steaks
- Thirsty Thursdays with $7.00 growler fills
Come and see us, you’ll be glad you did…
A CHILI PEPPER CELEBRATION AND THE 3RD ANNUAL SISTERS FRESH HOP FESTIVAL ARE IN THE WORKS, BETTER CHANGE YOUR PLANS AND SCHEDULE ACCORDINGLY
Sisters Fresh Hop Volunteer Training, Monday Sept. 24th at 6 p.m.:
We appreciate the support of all the community volunteers that make the Fresh Hop Festival a possibility, and are committed to hosting a great event. To that end, we are inviting any\all volunteers (21 and over) to a general beer training at Three Creeks Monday night at 6 p.m. We’ll cover the basic ingredients and process of making beer, as well as general sensory analysis and what makes fresh hop beers unique. Make sure you’ve signed up with Jeri@sisterscountry.com as a volunteer for the Festival on Saturday, and don’t be late.
Chili Pepper Celebration Sept. 25-30 at TCBC:
Tuesday, 6 p.m. we’ll tap Zach and Terry’s Chili Pepper infused Knotty Blonde. I’ll let them tell you all about it!!
Wednesday, 6 p.m. we’ll have our 20 judge panel decide which of 6 local restaurateurs make the best Chile Pepper Chili. If you think your taste buds and Chile knowledge are up to the task, sign up in the bar to cast your vote.
Thursday, 6 p.m. the much anticipated HABANERO WING EATING CHALLENGE will take place in the bar. If you claim to like it hot, this is your chance to prove it. We have 8 slots open, and the winner will receive a $50.00 gift card.
Fri-Sunday all open hours, it’s all about menu items and how to work in some type of chili pepper. Look for things like Chili Pepper Apple Crisp, Roasted Hatch Chile soups, Chili topped burgers and more insanity. Mark and the kitchen crew are getting a little ‘Hot under the Collar’ about the whole thing, and the special menu items are going to blow your mind.
Sisters 3rd annual Fresh Hop Beer Festival, Saturday Sept. 29th noon til 8 p.m.:
Fresh Hop Festival Saturday the 29th. NUFF SAID!
The Kitchen Crew are knocking out daily specials that will blow your mind. Keep an eye on our facebook page for weekly updates, but OMG they are killin it. My favorite new item this week is Saturday’s Dinner Special which includes Grilled Crab Cakes in a roasted Red Pepper Cream Sauce served with Rice and Chargrilled Veggies. Not a fan of Crustaceans? How about the Pork Medallions in a black peppercorn Sauce from Wednesday night (they’ll be back, trust me, they’ll be back often). Drop in or call to find out what’s on special next, you’ll find a reason to drop in, I guarantee it.
Brew Fest, Seasonals Galore, Chile Celebrations and More this month at Three Creeks
Sisters 3rd Annual Fresh Hop Beer Festival Saturday, September 29th:
Happy Dirty Girl Race, Saturday November 3rd:
It’s all about the Seasonals:
The brewery boys have been on full alert for the past few months, and I know you will all be happy to hear that several new seasonal releases are imminent. Pouring today you’ll find Terry’s Special Bitter and Midnight Moonlight Stout. These will be followed shortly by a RYE IPA, The Cone Lick’r, a Fresh Hop Red ale AND the Local Lick’r in late September. Come and get em, they are sure to please.
Tasting Event at the Corvallis Brew Shop, September 21st:
All Things Chile (or Chili as it may be) Sept. 24-29:
During the 8 years Marlys and I lived in Phoenix, AZ we found and fell in love with the ever special Hatch Chile. A friend of ours would bring back bags of them from his home town in New Mexico and we’d put them on/in everything. So, what better way to lead up to a Beer Festival then with a week of Spicing things up. Look for a Chili cook-off, Habanero Hot Wing Challenge, Chili infused Beer launches and all kinds of Chile inspired dishes. If you have any recipies or ideas, send em our way and be sure to plan for a visit. I’m dreaming of a grilled Hatch Chile Burger, how bout you?
3rd Annual Sisters Stampede Mountain Bike Race Sunday, May 27th:
The time has come once again to put on your race jersey and take to the Peterson Ridge Trail system for the 2012 Sisters Stampede Mountain Bike Race. Beginners, Experts and Pros all have a class and the opportunity to compete in this OBRA Sanctioned Race. Mark out enough time on the calendar to attend the After Party under the tent with Poor Man’s Roses providing local music on stage. As an additional treat this year, we’ll have live entertainment at the Pub starting at 8 p.m. including 2nd Hand Soldiers, Poor Man’s Roses and various local favorites jamming away into the evening. Go to http://www.sistersstampede.com for more information
A FRESH batch of The Ridge Trail Ale is back on tap, just in time for the Stampede ya’ll. We kept the same ESB recipe from last year, and it’s another beauty. I’ll be drinking this little gem as long as she lasts. Come get yours before it’s all gone…..
Not an ESB fan? Then you might want to plant a big wet one on our brew crew since they broke out ONE keg of this winter’s DOUBLE VOODOO and it has aged quite nicely. Get a snifter while it lasts!!!!
Mark and the kitchen crew are on fire (not literally), and pulled out all the stops for Memorial Day weekend. The bub’s daily specials are off the hook and include:
Friday Smoked Salmon Alfredo with Roasted Red Peppers over Linguine
Saturday Chicken Jambalaya
Sunday Chicken Cordon Bleu Sando
Friday Herb Crusted and Slow Roasted Prime Rib
Saturday Cajun Blackened Copper River Salmon w/Tomato Garlic Butter Sauce
Sunday Grilled Rosemary Pork Sirloin with Wild Mushroom Demi Glace
If your mouth isn’t watering after all of that, call the doctor ‘cuz something just ain’t right……
Three Creeks Brewing Co. Approaching 10,000 Beers Sold
Together with Ray’s Food Place the two companies are nearing a milestone on 22oz bottled beers
Sisters, OR (May 22, 2012) – Three Creeks Brewing Company and Ray’s Food Place are proud to announce a significant milestone as sales surpass 10,000 units of 22oz Three Creeks’ “bombers” sold at the Sisters grocery store. Just a couple miles down the road from the brewery, Ray’s was the first retail account to sell Three Creeks Brewing Companies beer and continues to be one of the core supporters of the local company as they grow.
“We are proud to be a supporter of Ray’s in our own direct fashion by purchasing all of our Burger and Sandwich Buns from Ray’s Bakery” remarked Wade Underwood, General Manager and Founding Partner of Three Creeks Brewing. “The connection demonstrates the best of small community businesses supporting one another, and proves that when cultivated, there is often a mutual benefit that can be achieved.”
Three Creeks Brewing Company opened the 10 barrel brewhouse and brewpub in Sisters, OR during July of 2008. Three Creeks bottled their first beer, Rudolph’s Imperial Red, in December of that same year. The company chose the Sisters community intentionally as a place they wanted to live, work and grow-up. They are proud to be active members in supporting, promoting and participating in Sisters Country.
“Looking around our store, our signage screams ‘Your place for LOCAL’ & ‘Committed to Communities’. Our relationship with Three Creeks Brewing is a perfect demonstration of just that!” explained Jeff McDonald, Store manager at Ray’s Food Place in Sisters. “It’s the cooperative effort of ideas to help each other grow and it’s the shared spirit in volunteering, promoting and giving back to our community.”
Both Three Creeks Brewing and Ray’s participate in numerous community events in support of Sisters Country, such as: The Rays\Kiwanis Fundraiser Golf tournament, Sisters Stampede Mountain Bike Race, Sisters Fresh Hop Brew Festival, Starry Nights, Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters Quilt show and more.
About Three Creeks Brewing Co.
Three Creeks Brewing Company was established in 2008 as a locally owned business in Sisters, Oregon, with a full service restaurant and small batch, craft brewing facility. The company utilizes only the finest ingredients, sourced locally when possible for all restaurant and brewing activities and recently expanded the brewing operation to support distribution efforts throughout Central Oregon and the Portland Metropolitan Market. Check out www.threecreeksbrewing.com for more information.
About Ray’s Food Place / C&K Market, Inc.
C&K Market, Inc. is a family owned company based in Brookings, Oregon. The company operates 62 grocery stores and 13 pharmacies under the banners of Ray’s Food Place, Shop Smart, C&K Market and Pharmacy Express. C&K was recently ranked No. 4 by the Portland Business Journal on the 2011 list of Healthiest Employers in Oregon among companies with over 1,500 employees. More information can be found at www.ckmarket.com.
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2012 is Off and Running and it’s time to say THANK YOU TCBC FANS!!!!
for all of your support in 2011. We wouldn’t be here without you, and we look forward to a great year ahead full of good friends, good times, good food and of course, good brews.
Cheers to You, TCBC FANS!!!!!!!
Waucoma Club Brewer’s Dinner, Wednesday Feb. 8th at 6 p.m.
We are proud that Mike and Jane from The Waucoma Club in Hood River picked TCBC as their brewery of choice for their 2012 Brewer’s Dinner. Chef Nathan Morgan has created a wonderful 5 course meal, paired with Three Creeks seasonal favorites and mainstay brews. So if you are looking for a great overnight excursion, contact the Waucoma Club today as seating is limited and for the smokin’ price of only $40.00 per person, it’s filling up fast. Check out http://www.waucomaclub.com for more details, and I’ll see ya there.
Live Music Line-up:
Saturday, February 11th: The D Skiles Band
Saturday, March 3rd- The JZ Band
Saturday March 17th- St. Patty’s Day Celebration with Etouffe
April 6th- Sisters own Brent Alan
April 28th- 2nd Hand Soldiers
In Stores Now, 22oz bottles of Stonefly Rye:
The Brew Crew is going crazy with production, and that means you can now find the Stonefly Rye in 22oz bottles around Central Oregon. We’re excited to have yet another great TCBC brew in Stores near you, and we’ll be releasing it in the Portland Market in Mid-February. If you love this beer as much as we do, ask your local store to put it on their shelves. You DESERVE IT!!!!
Well, it must be february because we have 11 beers ready and only 10 taps to put them on. Watch for rotating beer love as the seasonals continue to make their way on draught, and if your favorite isn’t on tap, see below as we’ll be happy to work with you to get it back on . As I type this, we are pouring the following seaonals: McKay’s Scottish Ale, The OPA = an Oatmeal Pale Ale on Nitro, the infamous 8 Second IBA, Rudolph’s Imperial Red and of course, the Squirrel for those of us in the know. We have an Imperial IPA in active fermentation, and plans for another Crosswalk Imperial Porter soon. So beer lovers, come on down here and help us finish off a few of these seasonals to make room for more!!!!!! Patio and the Brew Crew have plenty of recipes in mind, and only need empty taps to put them on.
Weekly Specials through Memorial Day:
Tightwade Tuesdays: $8.00 Lunch and Dinner Specials and the best darn Chicken Fried Steak with Sausage Country Gravy you’re ever going to find. Pairing, FivePine Porter. HHHHMMMMMMmnnnnn G-O-O-D GOOD.
L.A.W. (Locals Appreciation Wednesday): $9.00 Steak Dinners and other worthy discounts make Hump Day at TCBC a permanent fixture on any calendar. Pair that Steak up with McKay’s Scottish Ale, you’ll be glad you did.
All-U-Can Eat Fish and Chips on Thursday: Our only All-U-Can eat special ever is happening every Thursday from 4 p.m. till close. Complete with Salad, Foccacia Bread and basket after basket of delicious Bering Sea Cod and Fries for only $11.00, this meal deal is sure to fill you up and send you on your way with a guilty smile. Paired up with a Knotty Blonde or Stonefly Rye you just can’t miss.