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Oregon brewpub roadtrip

Okay, there are still a ton of Oregon brewpubs i havent sampled YET....
There are several newspapers that cover the brewery/microbrewery industry, including a couple that are Pac Northwest or even Oregon specific, and ive got a smartphone app that covers craft beer.......come Springtime, id like to take 3-5 days do some trout fishing, and try out a few varied brewpubs. Its been about 6 years since i visited Bend, i know its become a brewery mecca. Ive never been East of Hwy 97, and i know that the eastern part of the state, while sparsely populated, offers some good trout fishing. I know theres a brewery in Baker City, i havent researched what else is along the eastern side.......Any other good brewery suggestions, my Oregon neighbors?
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Prodigal Son Brewery in Pendleton

They have decent food and good beer. Definitely worth a stop! I've heard good things about the one in Baker, but haven't been there.
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Thanks for that! Im looking forward to the trip
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They just opened the 1188 Brewing Company in down town John Day.
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I have been to the one in Baker City and it was good. Here in Bend you would need a week to sample whats available or show up during Brew Fest. You should take a few more days and go from Baker City to Joseph the scenic route thru Halfway is only open in the summer but makes a nice loop. I have ridden 90% of the roads east of 97 on a motorcycle and it is worth seeing.
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They do have a new brewery in Prinville, but sense I do not drink beer, I can not tell you much.
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