Third-generation farmer and rancher Ty Kliewer has always considered agriculture his first love. Brewing started out as a hobby. Then it became an obsession, culminating in a local brewery that has become a pillar of the community.
“I’m thankful for our community and the reception they’ve given us. It’s almost indescribable how cool that’s been.”
“My name is Ty Kliewer. I am a third-generation Klamath Basin farmer and rancher. My first love is agriculture. Okay, how are we gonna grow better alfalfa every year, how are we gonna make better, more efficient beef cattle every year? The brewing thing started out as a hobby, and then kind of became an obsession. I’m thankful for our community and the reception they’ve given us. It’s almost indescribable how cool that’s been.
I was going to do an auto loan, I went to Pacific Crest, and I’ve been a very happy Pacific Crest customer since then. The basin is a very marvelous place with so much diversity in it, it’s the place that I’m very happy and very proud to call home.”