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Ecliptic Brewing To Host Its 2nd Annual July 4th Fruit Fest Frenzy

Brewpublic - Wed, 06/28/2017 - 11:39pm
After attending last year’s successful launch last, Ecliptic Brewing returns with its 2nd Annual July 4th Fruit Fest Frenzy. Living up to its namesake, this second year event will return on Tuesday, July 4th from 11:00am-10:00pm. July 4th Fruit Fest Frenzy will feature over ten different fruit beers from Ecliptic that incorporate a variety of […]
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Ales for ALS season kicks off on July 15th

Washington Beer News - Wed, 06/28/2017 - 9:29am

 

Welcome to summer! Along with it comes warmer days, drier skies and lots of great beer, like the Ales for ALS™ beers that will soon hit the market. Ales for ALS is a program spearheaded by Loftus Ranches, one of the Yakima Valley’s beloved hop farms. Now in its fifth year, Ales for ALS has raised over $1,250,000 for ALS research. Ales for ALS season kicks off on July 15th at Bale Breaker Brewing in Yakima (details below).

Each year, Loftus Ranches and YCH Hops releases a unique proprietary hop blend and offers it, free of charge, to a select group of breweries across the nation. Participating breweries make beers, for summertime release, using the Ales for ALS hop and pledge to support the cause by donating a portion of the proceeds to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI). Last year 115 breweries participated in the program.

Yes, the beers themselves raise money for the cause, but there are also Ales for ALS events that do the same. When we hear about any events happening around Washington, we’ll be sure to let you know. For instance, here’s information about the official Ales for ALS kickoff.

On the weekend of July 14th and 15th, Bale Breaker Brewing hosts the Birdies for Bubba golf tournament (Friday) and the release party (Saturday) for its Ales for ALS beer, Bubba’s Brew, at the brewery’s taproom in Yakima. If you are interested in participating in the golf tournament, click here to learn more.

The party on Saturday, July 15th features great beer, food, and games at a free and family-friendly event. Enjoy live music by The Shreds and food from multiple vendors, including Guerra’s Gourmet, Hop Town Pizza, and Kim’s Got Smoke. Purchase exclusive Ales for ALS merchandise, and Bale Breaker donates $1 from ANY pint sold that day to ALS-TDI.

To learn more about the Ales for ALS program and ALS in general, visit http://www.alesforals.com/

 

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Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery Patio Grand Opening With Gado Gado

Brewpublic - Wed, 06/28/2017 - 3:00am
After remodeling the inside of the former Green Dragon and rebranding the pub to Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery its revamped outdoor patio will be in the spotlight later this week. On Thursday, June 29th Rogue will host its Rogue Eastside Pub’s Grand Opening Patio Party & Pop Up. Earlier this year Rogue began […]
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Laurelwood Brewing Releases Boysenberry Berliner Weisse

Brewpublic - Tue, 06/27/2017 - 5:34pm
Fresh off the bottling line is Boysenberry Berliner Weisse from Laurelwood Brewing. Released in time for the summer heat this refreshing, yet slightly tart Berliner Weisse style beer is now available in 22 ounce bottles and on draft at both Laurelwood locations – 5115 NE Sandy Boulevard and 6716 SE Milwaukie Avenue. Boysenberry Berliner Weisse […]
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5 Rights Brewing is throwing an anniversary and victory party

Washington Beer News - Tue, 06/27/2017 - 1:58pm

 

Snohomish County’s 5 Rights Brewing Company was recently named Small Brewery of the Year at the Washington Beer Awards (see our post). This honor comes on the eve of the company’s 2nd anniversary, so they’re having a party to celebrate both on Sunday, July 2nd in Snohomish.

5 Rights Brewing is currently in the process of opening its new brewery and tap room in Lake Stevens, so they’re actually throwing the anniversary/victory party at Sound to Summit Brewing in Snohomish. Don’t be confused: it’s 5 Rights’ party, but it’s happening at Sound to Summit.

5 Rights Brewing Company 2nd Anniversary and Small Brewery of the Year Celebration

Date and Time: Sunday, July 2nd  2-7PM

Sound to Summit Brewing
1830 Bickford Ave #111
Snohomish, WA 98290
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Description:  To celebrate our 2nd anniversary and recent Small Brewery of the Year honors at the Washington Beer Awards we are having a Tap Takeover Anniversary Celebration at Sound to Summit Brewing in Snohomish. To help us celebrate all our our wonderful 5 Rights family we will be bringing 11 of your favorite RIGHT beers including our Gold medal winners Nellie’s Nectar Bavarian-Style Hefeweizen and Yaki-Vegas Saison, our Bakuhatsu and Juice Groove IPA’s as well as some brewed especially for the celebration. We will also take the occasion to unveil the details of our Primary Care Patrons Program (our Mug Club) and begin sign-ups as well as give updates on the new brewery and taproom in Lake Stevens. Add some great food, friends, new brewery and taproom updates and SWAG giveaways and you have an event you won’t want to miss.

 

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Gig Harbor Brewing signs distribution agreement, increases production

Washington Beer News - Tue, 06/27/2017 - 1:37pm

 

Today Gig Harbor Brewing announcing that it recently signed a new distribution agreement with Crown Distributing. The Tacoma-based brewery’s beers will soon be available in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, Clallam, and Jefferson counties. The company’s beers are already available in five other counties by virtue of a distributor agreement with Olympic Eagle Distributing.

“We’re very exciting to be partnering with an organization like Crown Distributing,” said brewery owner, John Fosberg. “Their level of professionalism and sales success will help us continue to grow and achieve our long-term production-brewery goals.”

Gig Harbor Brewing is also installing two new 20-barrel fermenters to keep up with demand. The new equipment is expected to be up and running by mid-July. This is the second time in 10 months the brewery has increased its fermentation capacity since opening 18 months ago.

 

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Brewers Association introduces new seal to identify independent breweries

Washington Beer News - Tue, 06/27/2017 - 12:16pm

 

To help you answer the increasingly difficult question of “is this a craft beer?” the Brewers Association (BA) has introduced a new seal of independence – the Independent Craft Brewer Seal. As more craft breweries, which are by definition small and independent, are assimilated by the likes of Anheuser-Busch, MillerCoors, Heineken, Constellation Brands, and non-beer-related equity firms, it’s harder than ever to identify which breweries are truly independent. The BA hopes that in the coming weeks, months and years, beer lovers will begin to see the seal on beer packaging, at retailers and in brewery communications and marketing materials.

The new seal is available for use, free of charge, to all of America’s 5,300+ independent breweries. The Brewers Association defines craft breweries as those that are small and independent. Although those are subjective terms, it is the best definition we have. You can read the larger, complete definition here.

While small and independent craft brewers represent 99 percent of the 5,300+ breweries in the U.S., they make just 12 percent of the beer sold in the country. The rest of U.S. beer sales comes from Big Beer along with imported brands. As large brewers continue to have unprecedented influence and acquire millions of barrels of formerly independently brewed beer, the seal differentiates in a crowded and increasingly competitive marketplace.

Independence Matters

According to the Brewers Association, independence is a hallmark of the craft brewing industry, and it matters to the brewers who make the beer and the beer lovers who drink it. A recent study commissioned by Brewbound and conducted by Nielsen found that “independent” and “independently owned” strongly resonated with the majority (81 percent) of craft beer drinkers. Increasingly, they are looking for differentiation between what’s being produced by small and independent craft brewers versus Big Beer and acquired brands. Beer drinkers, especially Millennials, expect transparency when it comes to their food and beverages. That transparency and underlying ownership can drive their purchase intent.

“Independent craft brewers continue to turn the beer industry on its head by putting community over corporation and beer before the bottom line. They continue to better beer and our country by going beyond just making the beverage. These small businesses give back to their backyard communities and support thousands of cities and towns across the U.S.,” said Bob Pease, president & CEO, Brewers Association. “As Big Beer acquires former craft brands, beer drinkers have become increasingly confused about which brewers remain independent. Beer lovers are interested in transparency when it comes to brewery ownership. This seal is a simple way to provide that clarity—now they can know what’s been brewed small and certified independent.”

The seal is available for use free of charge by any of the more than 5,300 small and independent American craft brewers that have a valid TTB Brewer’s Notice, meet the BA’s craft brewer definition, and sign a license agreement. It is available to both member and non-member breweries of the BA.

“Craft brewers build communities and the spirit of independent ownership matters” said Rob Tod, chair, Brewers Association Board of Directors and founder, Allagash Brewing Company in Portland, Maine. “When beer lovers buy independent craft beer, they are supporting American entrepreneurs and the risk takers who have long strived not just to be innovative and make truly great beer, but to also build culture and community in the process.”

Breweries can find more information about the independent craft brewer seal at BrewersAssociation.org/seal and beer lovers can learn more at CraftBeer.com/seal. Follow the discussion at #IndependentBeer.

 

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Cascade Brewing Releases Figaro 2015 In Bottles & Draft

Brewpublic - Tue, 06/27/2017 - 1:00am
Today Cascade Brewing will release its Figaro 2015 project at Cascade Brewing Barrel House and the Raccoon Lodge beginning at Noon. Figaro 15 will be available on draft and in bottles throughout Cascade’s distribution channels. Here’s more from the press release… The Figaro project is a blend of sour strong blond ales aged in chardonnay barrels for up to 18 months with white figs, lemon […]
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Tin Bucket Alters A Keg Of Rainier To Bring Us Brettnier

Brewpublic - Mon, 06/26/2017 - 9:34pm
What happens when you take a three-year old keg of Rainier and add the dregs of The Broken Truck 2 from de Garde Brewing and then top it off with some Brettanomyces? On Thursday, June 29th beginning at 5:00pm swing by Tin Bucket to see if this possibly illegal keg doctoring works out. This funky […]
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An Interview with Michael LaLonde – The New CEO Of Deschutes Brewery

Brewpublic - Mon, 06/26/2017 - 3:30am
Tomorrow Deschutes Brewery will celebrate its 29th anniversary with the release of Black Butte XXIX at its Portland and Bend pubs. But just as the brewery enters its 30th year last week it announced that Michael LaLonde has been named president and CEO of the Bend based brewery. During the time he has spent at Deschutes […]
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Brewery Ommegang Releases Fruition

Brewpublic - Mon, 06/26/2017 - 3:15am
(COOPERSTOWN, NY) Brewery Ommegang is proud to announce a brand new year-round offering, Fruition. This refreshing 5.3% ABV dry-hopped wheat ale begins as award-winning Witte as the base beer and is then given a tropical twist with the addition of mango, kiwi, and passion fruit juices. The result is a slightly tart and fruity, hop-forward beer that’s exceptionally drinkable. It’s […]
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Celebrate Deschutes Brewery’s 29th Anniversary With The Release of Black Butte XXIX

Brewpublic - Mon, 06/26/2017 - 2:53am
Back in 1988 Gary Fish founded Deschutes Brewery and now 29 years later the ever-expanding brewery from Bend, Oregon is set to celebrate its 29th anniversary tomorrow on Tuesday, June 27th. To celebrate this milestone Deschutes will release its annual Black Butte XXIX at its pubs in both Portland and Bend prior to its complete […]
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Finnriver Farm & Cidery Collaborate with Hope Haven Family Farm and Portland Juice Co. on Red, White & Lavender

Brewpublic - Mon, 06/26/2017 - 12:30am
Though Oregon Cider Week came to a close yesterday, Bushwhacker Cider will host Finnriver Farm & Cidery, Hope Haven Family Farm and Portland Juice Co on Saturday, July 1st from 1:00-4:00pm. During Red, White & Lavender this collaboration will bring together the bounty of cider and lavender to Bushwhacker Cider. Red, White & Lavender is a cider pop up event […]
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3rd Annual Elysian & Friends Posters & Pints For Pups

Brewpublic - Sun, 06/25/2017 - 2:47pm
Returning on Thursday, June 29th is the 3rd Annual Elysian & Friends Posters & Pints For Pups held at Produce Row Cafe. This event hoste by Elysian Brewing brings together nine breweries to raise money for the Pixie Project, a local Portland non-profit animal adoption and rescue center. The event will get underway at 6:00pm […]
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Counterbalance Brewing teams up with Beer Star for can release

Washington Beer News - Fri, 06/23/2017 - 12:59pm

 

Counterbalance Brewing Company just announced the pending release of its first two canned beers: Raconteur Rye Pale Ale and Counterbalance IPA. Both of them will hit the streets beginning in July 2017.

To celebrate the release, Counterbalance Brewing teamed up with Beer Star, the new beer hall in White Center. (If you haven’t been, it’s pretty danged awesome, by the way.) Counterbalance will be the featured brewery of the month. Along with the new canned beer, Beer Star will feature select Counterbalance bottled beers and draft offerings throughout the month, along with special events and giveaways.

Upcoming events include:

  • Friday, June 23, 3pm: Cans available at the Counterbalance taproom
  • Thursday, July 6, 5-8pm: Counterbalance Can Release Party at Beer Star
  • Tuesday, July 18, 5-8pm: Counterbalance Brewers Night and Tap Takeover at Beer Star
  • Saturday, July 22-Sunday, July 23: White Center Jubilee Days

For more, follow Counterbalance Brewing and Beer Star on Facebook.

Counterbalance Brewing Company, owned and operated by Jeff Howell and Frank Lawrence, opened its doors in February 2015. Counterbalance beers are distributed to bars, restaurants, and retail locations throughout Washington by Vinum Importing & Distributing.

Beer Star, Seattle’s newest tap house, opened in May 2017. After much anticipation, the community has given Beer Star great reviews. Beer Star features 48 taps with beverages ranging from wine to kombucha and, of course, many local beers. Beer Star is owned by James Weimann, Deming Maclise, Deveaux Hill, Patrick Riggs and Galen Krohn.

 

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Inaugural BrewFest In The Park Takes Place Today – Sunday

Brewpublic - Fri, 06/23/2017 - 9:39am
The new BrewFest in the Park debuts today, Friday, June 23rd at Noon and runs through Sunday, June 25th at 5:00pm at Portland’s scenic Overlook Park. Festival hours are Noon to 9pm Friday and Saturday and Noon to 5pm Sunday. A few months back we reported about the inaugural Organic Craft BrewFest that was going to […]
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Dogs and beers – Ghostfish Brewing hosting pop-up doggy dinners

Washington Beer News - Fri, 06/23/2017 - 9:01am

 

This is the second dog-related story I’ve posted lately, but don’t get confused. This is still a beer blog. Ghostfish Brewing Company is hosting a pop-up doggy dine-in cafe next week (Monday – Wednesday). What’s that, you ask? If nothing else, it’s a chance for you to get a free, very nutritious and delicious meal for your pooch.

K9 Natural is a producer of all natural, high quality pet food. The company is based in New Zealand and is currently running a Bone Appétit campaign to introduce itself to the local market. At the pop-up doggy cafe, you can enjoy a beer (and perhaps some grub) at Ghostfish Brewing while your dog enjoys a complimentary meal from the doggy menu (below). You can also take home a doggy bag filled with K9 Natural products.

They’ll do the same thing at Fremont Brewing, but we don’t have dates and details yet.

It just so happens that I know someone who is now working for K9 Natural, so I’ve actually gotten samples of the food. Lucy, the Washington Beer Dog, approves of their products. In fact, she goes kind of bonkers for the stuff. This is not a paid endorsement, I just honestly think the products are great and that these pop-up doggy dinners are cool.

K9 Natural’s products are first rate, all natural, nutritious and super healthy, but this is a beer blog. If you want to know more about the products, check out their website. Their stuff is available at better pet stores around town.

Ghostfish Brewery will be offering Bone Appétit Monday, June 26 thru Wednesday, June 28 from  3:00 til 9:00.

Featured menu items include:

  • Beef Feast: grass-fed beef with eggs, kelp, flaxseed, fruit, vegetables and New Zealand green-lipped mussels
  • Lamb Feast: grass-fed lamb with eggs, kelp, flaxseed, fruit, vegetables and New Zealand green-lipped mussels
  • Lamb Green Tripe Super Food: 100% grass-fed lamb green tripe packed with protein and healthy prebiotics and probiotics
  • Puppy: Grass-fed beef and Hoki Oil containing DHA and EPA for healthy growth and development

 

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BarkHappy answers the question of “Can I bring my dog?”

Washington Beer News - Thu, 06/22/2017 - 1:43pm

 

It’s a pretty common question around Seattle these days. “Can I bring my dog?” People who love their dogs love to have their pooches around when they’re drinking beer. Luckily, a number of beer joints around Seattle allow you to bring your leashed, well-mannered, furry little beast with you.

To help answer the question of dog-friendliness, there’s an app called BarkHappy. (Search the App Store for barkhappy.)  In addition to having a killer app that helps you find places where you can drink beer with your dog by your side, BarkHappy also puts together fundraisers for local pet-loving organizations. This Saturday, June 24th, they’re hosting a Summer Beach Pup Crawl to benefit the Humane Society. Details below.

Seattle Pup Crawl This Saturday!
Reserve your Spot now!

Calling all Seattle dog lovers! It’s time to grab your furry friends and join us for our Summer Beach Pup Crawl to benefit Seattle Humane! Ticket holders will receive FREE dog treats, dog sketches by Haute Portraiture, FREE day of Doggie Daycare, and more!

Saturday, June 24th from 2:00-5:30 pm

Tickets start at $10 and include:

-FREE Dog Treats by Blue Dog Bakery

-FREE Natural Dog Treats by Sweet Lillys Natural Dog Treats

-FREE Temperament Test and Day of Doggie Daycare ($67 Value) and $100 Off First Day of Daycare Passport to the Barking Lounge

-FREE Photo Booth

-FREE Dog Sketches by Haute Portraiture

-FUN Bobbing for Tennis Balls Game

-FUN Treat Eating Contest

-Entry into the Raffle for a chance to win GREAT prizes such as a Gift Basket by Crown Hill Pet Supply, Gift Certificates, and more!

>>>GET TICKETS NOW<<<

There are 3 venues for this Bar Crawl:

Hellbent Brewing Co. (2:00-3:30 pm)
13035 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125

Dick’s Drive In Lake City (3:30-4:00 pm)
12325 30th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

The Beer Authority (4:00-5:30 pm)
12716 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125

NOTE: This event is 21+ only. All friendly, well behaved, leashed dogs welcome!
Be sure to purchase tickets in advance online before we sell out! As they are not sold at the door and a limited number are available.

Save 10% on tickets by using the promo code found in the BarkHappy app under Events.

As this is a charity event, there are NO Refunds. A portion of proceeds will benefit Seattle Humane.

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Ghostfish Brewing parners with The Mountaineers for new IPA

Washington Beer News - Thu, 06/22/2017 - 1:12pm

 

Ghostfish Brewing, Seattle only entirely gluten-free brewery, has partnered with The Mountaineers to create a new beer: Kick Step IPA. Proceeds from the beer benefit The Mountaineers, a locally based non-profit organization that helps people learn to love, respect and enjoy the great outdoors.

Here are complete details about the project and the beer directly from the brewery:

Seattle, WA (June 22, 2017)—Ghostfish Brewing is launching Kick Step IPA, a bold and distinctly Northwest India Pale Ale brewed to benefit Washington-based nonprofit, The Mountaineers.

Founded in 1906, The Mountaineers is a growing outdoor community of 12,000 dedicated to getting people outside to learn responsible recreation and protect the wild places of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Kick Step IPA mirrors this low-impact consciousness, brewed with a grain base of malted millet – one of the world’s most draught tolerant grains.

“In an alternate world where gluten intolerance doesn’t exist, we’d still recommend malted millet as a brewing grain,” says Ghostfish Co-Owner and Brewmaster Jason Yerger. “Aside from offering a wonderful array of deep and distinctive flavors, millet also requires significantly less water to cultivate than grains like wheat and barley, making it easier to grow and gentler on the planet!”

Inspired by the legacy of The Mountaineers, Ghostfish started creating the hop bill with Comet—one of the oldest hops cultivated in the United States—and progressed forward through time with Columbus, Simcoe, and finally to Denali—one of the newest hops developed in Washington. All four Washington-grown hops range in flavors, including citrusy, piney, and tropical.

Both Ghostfish Brewing and The Mountaineers were founded on the idea of transcending limits—whether it’s delivering distinctive craft beer or offering life-changing experiences in the outdoors. A portion of the sales of this Northwest-style IPA will benefit The Mountaineers and its efforts to provide opportunities to get people outside while working to protect public lands and the outdoor experience.

The beer’s label shows a climber executing a kick step—a mountaineering technique crucial for maintaining control and balance on steep, snowy ascents like the glaciated peaks in the Pacific Northwest.

Join Ghostfish Brewing and The Mountaineers to celebrate this partnership and the release of Kick Step IPA at a mountain-themed release party on July 12, 2017 at the Ghostfish Taproom.

“As The Mountaineers, we thrive on a spirit of wonder, a sense of adventure, and a commitment to the wild places of the Pacific Northwest,” says The Mountaineer CEO Tom Vogl. “We’re thrilled to be working with Ghostfish on this project and are grateful for their support of our mission.”

“We are thrilled and honored to introduce our new partnership with The Mountaineers,” says Co-Owner and Director of Sales & Marketing Brian Thiel. “Ghostfish Brewing leads with an adventurous spirit to push the boundaries of beer and bring people together; a central theme that allowed The Mountaineers to become one of the leading and most influential outdoor recreation and conservation organizations in the country over the past 111 years.”

ABV 5.5% / IBU 65

Kick Step IPA will be available in 12oz can 4-packs and on draft at the Ghostfish Taproom and in all markets Ghostfish beer is currently distributed at the beginning of July.

 

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Bainbridge Brewing celebrates 5th Anniversary this weekend

Washington Beer News - Thu, 06/22/2017 - 8:58am

 

Bainbridge Brewing celebrates its fifth anniversary this weekend (Friday, June 23rd and Saturday, June 24th) at the brewery and taproom on Bainbridge Islands. The celebration involves tapping four previous anniversary beers along with the introduction of the 5th Anniversary Ale, a whiskey barrel aged mocha imperial porter. A limited number of bottles will be available.

Here is the announcement and the details from the brewery:

We are celebrating Five Years Of Bainbridge Beer with two days of special beers, music and partying here at the taproom!

Highlights include:

– Release of our 5th Anniversay Ale –

This year it’s a WHISKEY BARREL AGED MOCHA IMPERIAL PORTER. Getting this far is a group effort and we couldn’t have done it without a little help from all our friends and neighbors. So we aged the beer in whiskey barrels from Bainbridge Organic Distillers, added cacao nibs roasted for us by Powell & Jones Fine Chocolates, and blended in cold brew coffee we brewed with the excellent beans from Storyville Coffee Company! It’s a complex and delicious blend that will age beautifully. On tap and in a limited run of 900 wax dipped bottles, with a small number of cases making their way to specialty beer shops around Western Washington starting next week. 8.5% ABV.

– Special Beers In The Taproom –

Anniversary beers are designed with age in mind, and we’ll tap, for these two days only:

1st Anniversary – Cab Sav Barrel Wheatwine
3rd Anniversary – Whiskey Barrel Aged Doppelbock
4th Anniversary – Bourbon Barrel Chocolate Imperial Stout
5th Anniversary – Whiskey Barrel Mocha Imperial Porter

All four available individually, or as a special Anniversary Flight.

Plus, a special cask firkin of Battle Point Stout with Cacao Nibs, Lapsang Souchong Tea, and Star Anise!

We will also have a limited run of commerative 5th Anniversary glasses for sale!

– Music and Food –

Saturday night from 6-9 local band Out of Order is playing!

For food vendors, on Friday Grilled Bri will be out front, and Saturday it’s Bainbridge Island Barbeque.

On behalf of all of us here, cheers to you all and thanks for making this an amazing five years!

 

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