BONEYARD FAQ'S

FAQ’S

Why the name “Boneyard”?

The name Boneyard comes from the fact that all of our initial start up equipment was reused and recycled. We pieced together refurbished brewing equipment from 13 different breweries from around the country.


When was Boneyard Beer started?

We opened the doors on May 5th, 2010.


Do you do dock sales?

Yup! Please visit our dock sales page for more info.


I heard you have a new brewery. Is that true?

Yes! We have a new production facility on the east side of Bend where we brew on a 40-barrel system. This brewery does not have a tasting room and is not open to the public. It’s just a place to produce more beer for all of you thirsty people!


Can I visit the brewery and take a tour?

We do not currently offer tours. Our facility is at max capacity with fermenting tanks. We hope to be able to move some of the equipment over to the new brewery to allow for brewery tours again in the near future.


When can I get Suge Knite, Notorious IIIPA, and all the other brews I see on your website?

We usually only brew these specialty beers once or twice a year. We call them “occasional beers” instead of seasonals since we don’t brew them on a specific schedule.


I want a 6 pack of RPM IPA. Like, I reaaaally want some. Where can I buy one?

We now are canning select beers in 6 packs including RPM and can be found in a few local grocery stores around Bend. Safeway and Albertsons should be a good bet and you can always stop by the pub on Division or our old taproom on NW Lake for a pick up!


Ugh! I don’t live in Bend, where can I find your beer?

We only distribute in Oregon and Washington. Your best bet is to check the website www.taplister.com or use the Untappd App to search for our beer in your area at local bars, restaurants, or bottle shops.


Who is your distributor?

We use Point Blank Distributing in Oregon and Alpha Distributing in Washington.

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