Stonefly Session Ale Can Release and the Stonefly Fish Fry

We are SO excited to announce the canning of our Stonefly Session Ale, the Great American Beer Fest® Bronze Medal Winner in the Session Beer category! 


This unfiltered ale is a brewery favorite. Made with 20% rye malt and a splash of honey malt, Stonefly is a wonderfully balanced, medium-bodied beer. Featuring classic Northwest Crystal hops plus a dry-hop addition of Strata hops. You’ll love the refreshing taste, which offers hints of spice and citrus, along with a crisp, lightly-hoppy aroma. Even the most finicky fish will be hooked! ABV: 4.8% IBU: 28

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We are celebrating the release with what else but a classic fish fry! The Stonefly Session Ale is all about "Less Work, Mo' Fishin'!" So leave work early and head over to our brewing facility at 265 E. Barclay Dr. in Sisters for a Backyard BBQ. There will be music, giveaways, $2 cans, and, of course, fish fry! We will also have Warfighter Pale Ale on tap as well as our new Mexican Lager, Tres Arroyos! 

Pub Event: TCBC Spring Brewer's Dinner

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We are celebrating Spring with Great Beer and Great Food! Join us, Tuesday, May 22nd, for our semi-annual 4 Course Brewer's Dinner. Cost is $55 per person and is all inclusive. Our Kitchen teams up with our Brew Squad to bring you sheer excellence! 

The menu will include everything from Chicken Mole with our Tres Arroyos Mexican Lager to Key Lime Shrimp with Stampede Strong Ale. Scroll down to view the selection. 

Payment is due at the time of your reservation. There is a limited number of seats available and they are filling up fast. Call 541.549.1963 to reserve your seat today!

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Pub Event: Beer and Dessert Pairing

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Just around the corner from Valentine's Day, grab a date or a friend, or go stag and treat yourself!  Join us, Saturday, February 10th at 3pm for the 6th Annual Beer & Dessert Pairing! We will be featuring some of our absolute favorite dessert beers, with delectable appetizers by head chef, Mark Perry.

Gratuity is included with your $25 ticket. Reservations are required. Please call 541.549.1963 for reservations and details. 

Pub Event: Rudolph's Imperial Red Vertical Tasting

Can you recall the most famous reindeer of all?

Join us, Saturday, December 9th from 3 to 6pm for the 7th Annual Rudolph's Imperial Red Vertical Tasting! We will be featuring the Rudolph Imperial Red from 2014, 2015, 2016 and of course, 2017! 

This event is paired with delicious appetizers and small plates. Gratuity is included with your $25 ticket. Reservations are required. Please call 541.549.1963 for reservations and details. 

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer will go down in history! 

Pub Event: TCBC Fall Brewers Dinner

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Join us, Thursday, November 2nd, for our semi-annual 4 Course Brewers Dinner. Cost is $55 per person and is all inclusive. Head Chef, Mark Perry, will be cooking up a delectable menu while our Head Brewer, Zach Beckwith, will be assisting in pairing the perfect beer to accompany each course. 

Our menu will include everything from Thai Chicken Nachos to Coffee Rubbed Beef Short Ribs. Scroll down to view the selection. 

Payment is due at the time of your reservation. There is a limited number of seats available and they are filling up fast. Call 541.549.1963 to reserve your seat today!

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Spotlight: Ross Robinson, the Professional Snowmobiler

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When Ross Robinson reached out to us to ask if he could hang out in our beer fridge for a couple of hours, we scratched our heads out of curiosity, but didn’t wait all but two seconds to shout out YES, without question. The 22 year old professional snowmobiler is participating in a Polaris fueled winter campaign called Waiting For Snow Syndrome.

Ross is taking action sports by storm from a different angle: The Snowmobile. We had a chance to sit down with Ross and find out a little bit more about him and what he’s all about.

Three Creeks Brewing Company: Tell us about yourself

Ross Robinson:  Well I am born and raised in Sisters. My dad grew up snowmobiling. He got me into the sport at a young age. I have young memories on a snowmobile. I would sit on my dad’s lap.

 TCBC: Did you know from a young age that you loved the snowmobile?

RR: It wasn’t necessarily that I loved it more than anything, it was just what I did and what was there. I love every aspect of it, though, from the progression, the pushing myself. I love the marketing and product testing and all of the other things that I get to do as well.

TCBC: Do you do any other snow sports?

RR: I was a competitive snowboarder from 10-13. Until 13, I wasn’t big enough to ride the snowmobile by myself.

TCBC: What is it like to have a career as a snowmobiler?

RR: Right after high school, I went to Colorado. For four seasons, I worked for a guiding company called Burandt’s  Backcountry Adventure out there. They specialize in taking out advanced drivers and showing them what a snowmobile is capable of. It would be like going heli skiing.

There, I built relationships with different companies and people. I was able to travel all over the world. I got to spend the last two summers in South America.

TCBC: What was south America like?

RR: It was the coolest place I’ve ever been. Especially growing up in a small town, everywhere we traveled growing up was relatively close. So to get on a plane and go halfway across the world was incredible. Riding in August.

TCBC: Have you gotten to travel anywhere else?

RR: Western US, Canada, and it’s looking like I’m going to Sweden in February.

TCBC: Where do you see your career going?

RR: I left my job in Colorado which started a big change with how everything will look because I saw so many people personally in Colorado, but now I have to generate an audience via social media, etc. The goal would be to figure out how to make a true living out of it, without guiding, which isn’t normally done.

TCBC: What kind of beer do you like?

RR: Since we are in the hub of it right now, I love all of the IPAs. It took me a while to warm up to them. Now when I’m traveling, I seek out craft beer. I always try to find a central Oregon beer, but if not, ill drink something local to where I am.

TCBC: What’s your favorite TCBC beer?

RR: Crowdpleaser, as of now.

Check out the Ross Robinson x Three Creeks Brewing Company collaboration here. #WFSS

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Fresh Hop Beer Release: Conelick’r Fresh Hop Ale and Hop Wrangler Fresh Hop Red

Three Creeks Brewing Company in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, is proud to announce the release of their 2017 fresh hop beer lineup.

Making its annual return, Conelick’r Fresh Hop Ale once again features fresh Centennial hops from our friends at B&C Hop Farm. Avaialble on draft and in 22oz bottles starting September 8th.

Conelick’r Fresh Hop Ale
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: Unknown
Our annual fresh hop pale ale features 300 lbs of wet Centennial hops from B&C Farms in Woodburn, Oregon. The hops go from farm to brew kettle in 4 hours. The abundance of hop resins create a spiciness along with the classic orange rind notes of the fresh Centennial.

Read more about the making of Cone Lick’r here


Also making its annual return and available on draft September 22nd is the Hop Wrangler Fresh Hop Red.

Hop Wrangler Fresh Hop Red
Brewer’s Choice Series
ABV: 6.8%
IBU: Unknown
The 2017 version of our fresh hopped Northwest Red Ale features 15 lbs per barrel of freshly harvested Amarillo hops from our friends at Crosby Hop Farms in Woodburn, OR.

Be sure to join us Saturday, September 30th from 12-8 in Village Green City Park for the 8th Annual Sisters Fresh Hop Festival. Come try our fresh hop beers, alongside 25 others Oregon breweries! Find out more here!


Opened in 2008 in the Central Oregon mountain town of Sisters, Three Creeks Brewing operates two brewing facilities and a family friendly brewpub where we relentlessly pursue perfection in our ales and lagers.  Fiercely independent, Three Creeks Brewing encourages everyone to #BlazeYourTrail.