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Belmont Station Presents Master Cicerone Rich Higgins Beer School

Brewpublic - Wed, 01/16/2019 - 3:00am
Master Cicerone Rich Higgins will be visiting Belmont Station on Saturday, January 26th as he brings forth his deep knowledge of beer for a day of Beer School. Higgins will teach two coursed during the afternoon, Session 1: Beer Off-Flavors Tasting Seminar and Session 2: Deductive Beer Tasting Method. One of only 18 Master Cicerones […]
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Alesong Brewing & Blending First Quarter 2019 Beer Release

Brewpublic - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 9:13pm
For its first releases of 2019, Alesong Brewing & Blending is set to host a four beer First Quarter 2019 Beer Release. Alesong will release Mocha Rhino Suit, Maestro, Kriek, and Friend in Commons on Sunday, February 17th at its tasting room. Alesong will reintroduce a few classics that they’ve brewed before in addition to […]
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Bridgetown Beerhouse 10th Anniversary

Brewpublic - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 8:32pm
Bridgetown Beerhouse, our favorite beer bar in Portland’s Mississippi Neighborhood will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary this weekend. On Saturday, January 19th from Noon-11:00pm, Bridgetown Beerhouse will be celebrating its first decade in business with a great tap list and more! Here’s a preview of what will be pourig on Saturday. Bridgetown Beerhouse 10th Anniversary […]
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Crossbuck Brewing now running at full steam in Walla Walla’s historic train depot

Washington Beer News - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 3:55pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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In a town noted for world class wine, with dozens upon dozens of wineries to call its own, Crossbuck Brewing is bucking the trend. Located in the historic train depot just off Highway 12 on your way into downtown Walla Walla, the brewery is now brewing its beer on-site and has planned a grand opening event for January 27th (details below). Keep an eye on the company’s Facebook page.

For some time now, Crossbuck Brewing has contract-brewed its beer at other breweries in the area, but now the system is up and running and they are ready to start pouring house-made beers. In addition to the event at the brewery, Steven Brack, Crossbuck Brewing’s brewer, will be in Seattle during early February for tasting events (details to come). Keep an eye on the company’s Facebook page.

Crossbuck Brewing shares the old depot building with Walla Walla Steak Company. The two also share a common owner (Fire & Vine Hospitality) and a kitchen. Basically, two connected concepts inside the historic depot. You can take a look at the food menu on Crossbuck Brewing’s website.

As I reported a few months ago, this is no small venture. The build-out included some massive renovations and additions to the old depot building, like the addition of a whole new, attached building and the addition of an old rail car. See the Facebook page for more pictures, videos, etc of the construction project.

Here is more information about Crossbuck Brewing’s Freighthoppers Mug Club Membership:

  • $79.00 yearly (existing members get 25% discount on renewal) Only 125 memberships available.
  • With purchase comes Brewery Swag Bag: Logo’d bottle opener, t-shirt and mug and to take home!

Membership details:

  • $1.00 off every Crossbuck draft beer purchase (Any size! Anytime!) $3.00 off 64 oz Growler Fills
    20% off merchandise
  • Offer additional deep discounts on monthly “member’s nights”Example: Half priced appetizers on Wednesdays, Happy Hour all day on Sundays, Growler fill special of the week, etc.
  • Host annual appreciation and membership renewal party + Quarterly Exclusive Members only
  • Freighthopping Mug Club (+ 1 guest) parties to coincide with a special beer release.
    Q1: Sausagefest: Beer and Weiner Pairing
    Q2: Brewer’s Backyard Patio Party
    Q3: Brewery spent grain raised Pig Roast
    Q4: Pint and Prime Meat Medley in the Railcar
  • First to know about beer releases, events and breaking brewery news, + Free VIP upgrades at select brewery events
  • First right of acceptance for 2020 membership
  • Right of first refusal on limited special release bottles and cans when barrel program launches

Here is more info about the brewery’s launch party:

*This is a ticketed taproom takeover event party

January 27th, 2019
Noon – 4pm
$25 for adults – 5 beer flight
$10 for kids, 12 and under – 3 root beer flight

Includes:
Flights and Heavy Appetizers

Menu:
Beef and Pulled Pork Sliders
Spinach – Artichoke Dip
Flatbreads
Oven Roasted Meatballs
Hummus platters

Keep an eye on the Facebook page for more information.

 

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How breweries are stepping up to help furloughed federal workers

Washington Beer News - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 3:11pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Beer cannot solve every problem. You cannot use beer to pay your mortgage. It will not pay for your child’s college tuition. It cannot keep the lights on or the furnace burning. Beer offers no remedy for the stalemate between Congress and the President. That said, beer just might be able to brighten an otherwise sorrowful day for a furloughed federal employee.

Here are some examples of ways that breweries, and others, are stepping up to offer some relief to those directly impacted by the government shutdown. I have no doubt that there are many others doing their part. I wish there were more local examples to share with you. Maybe I’m unaware. (Use the comments below, or contact me.)

Locally, in Seattle, Schooner Brewing Company posted this statement on Twitter today:

Furloughed employees can furlough their food tab at Schooner until the government reopens! Show us your government ID and get one meal a day (alcohol not included) & pay it back after the government reopens & you get paid!

No doubt, there are legal considerations to think about, but they’re doing what they can.

Also on Twitter today, Rogue Ales and Spirits had this to say:

Effective immediately: now through the end of the government shutdown, we’re inviting members of the Coast Guard to our 3 Rogue Public Houses on the Oregon coast for a 25% discount on beer & a 50% discount on food.

The U.S. Coast Guard, our neighbors in both Newport & Astoria, work hard to protect our coasts every day. But right now, they’re doing so without a paycheck. So we’re doing our part to say thank you.

Sweetwater Brewing of Atlanta used Twitter to share its offer as well:

If you’re a furloughed federal employee, we think you deserve a beer or two. Show your govt ID to our bar staff and your first two are on us.

You can also add Boulevard Brewing of Kansas City to the list.

For those bearing the brunt of the federal gov’t shutdown, we offer a little bit of solace. Through the duration of the shutdown, show your valid US gov’t-issued employee ID for furloughed pricing on beer & discounted food – because you might need to get out & enjoy a beer.

Because of the shutdown, City Barrel Brewing Company (also located in Kansas City) was left with a bunch of beer that it could not package for sale (they did not get the packaging approved by the TTB before the shutdown). Instead of letting the Hazy IPA go to waste or pass it’s prime, this brand new brewery opted to give the beer away. The brewery took advantage of a legal loophole and gave the beer away for free at a “private, ticketed event.” Only furloughed federal workers were invited to the event. Get it? Reportedly, we’re talking about $20k worth of beer!

Zip Line Brewing, located in Lincoln, Nebraska, has a special deal for furloughed employees. What it is calling The Growler Relief Act of 2019 promises currently idled federal employees a free growler fill every Friday until the government gets back to work.

In the Washington, D.C. area someone set up a website called Pay it Furloughed that allows you to buy a beer for a furloughed federal worker. They’ve partnered with a number of local bars and thus far over 1,300 beers have been purchased on behalf of federal workers. There is a mechanism in place by which the workers can prove their status and redeem their beers.

No doubt, to a federal worker currently struggling to pay medical bills or put groceries on the table, a free growler of beer or a couple bucks off a pint of beer is little more than a token gesture. Still, I hope it makes them feel a little bit better knowing that members of the public and the brewing community sympathize with their plight.

Use the comments below to share information about any other breweries that are offering furloughed federal workers discounts or other special deals.

 

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The E9 Brewery is opening new location downtown

Washington Beer News - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 9:08am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Tacoma’s Engine House No. 9 Restaurant and Brewery is on the move. The pub will remain at the current location, in the historic firehouse near the corner of 6th Avenue and Pine Street, but the company is moving the brewery to a location in the city’s historic Brewery District, closer to downtown, at 2506 Fawcett Avenue. The new spot is just a couple blocks away from two other breweries: Black Fleet Brewing and the 7 Seas Brewing Tacoma location.

Engine House No. 9 opened in 1993, making it one of the oldest breweries in the state and the oldest brewery in Tacoma. In 2011, the business was taken over by a successful Tacoma restaurant group, X Group, and the E9 Brewery reputation has skyrocketed since, with the brewery winning many awards and accolades in recent years.

Currently Engine House No. 9 (E9) brews its beer next to the firehouse in a smallish facility, but the new digs will provide 9,000 square feet of much-needed elbow room. This will be the home of the brewing operations as well as a new taproom. The new brewing  facility will allow E9 to double its brewing capacity and provide room for growth.

New brewing equipment is on order from Portland’s Pinnacle Stainless. The target is to open some time later this year.

As well-versed beer geeks know, the E9’s head brewer, Shane Johns, has earned a reputation for his specialty beers, like sour beers, barrel-aged beers, and so on. Many local beer geeks are probably unaware that  the brewery’s beers are distributed to exotic, far-off lands like Manhattan, Brooklyn, Boston, and Washington D.C. They also ship some beer to target markets in California, Oregon, and Vancouver, B.C.

 

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Counterbalance Brewing celebrating 4th anniversary on January 25th and 26th

Washington Beer News - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 8:05am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Counterbalance Brewing, located in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, is about to celebrate its 4th anniversary. To mark the occasion, they are hosting an anniversary party and special beer release event on  Saturday and Sunday, January 25 and 26 at the taproom in Georgetown. Visit the Facebook event page for more details.

Here are the details from the brewery:”

 

Counterbalance Brewing is turning 4! You’ve been doing a great job on your January cleanse, so
join us time for a cheat day or two. We’ll celebrate January 25 & 26 and to thank you for your
support, we’ve got FOUR special packaged and draft beer releases:

2019 Big Bada Boom Hazy Double Mango IPA. Our 4th Anniversary ale is packed with a stupid
amount of Azacca and Idaho 7 hops and real mango. 16 oz can 4-packs on both Friday and
Saturday.

2019 Bourbon Barrel Aged Kushetka Imperial Stout is finally ready and will be released in bottles
and for the first time ever, we’ll have it on tap as well. It’s been almost two years since the last one
and we’re excited to have it back.

2018 3rd Anniversary Flight Risk Barley Wine will appear in two forms- we’ll have a keg on tap,
and a 12-month oak barrel aged version in bottles.

2018 Barrel Aged Big Bad Wolf Dark Ale with dried coffee cherries- we’ve got a couple cases
tucked away in the cellar, and it’s time to let them out.

Very limited amounts of all four beers will release both Friday and Saturday, as well as a few 4-
packs of all four together. We’ll be joined by Chavoya’s Hot Dogs on Friday, and Theo’s Gyro’s on
Saturday. Please come eat, drink, and let us thank you for all your support and commence our 5th
year!

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

 

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ColdFire Brewing 3rd Anniversary Celebration Weekend

Brewpublic - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 1:30am
This coming weekend ColdFire Brewing in Eugene will be celebrating with its 3rd Anniversary Celebration Weekend. The brewery’s taproom will be celebrating this milestone from Friday, January 18 through Sunday, January 20, 2019. During this anniversary weekend there will be special beer tappings, barrel aged beer releases, live music, rotating food trucks and Polly’s Cakes […]
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McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse 2019 Wassail Cider Fest

Brewpublic - Tue, 01/15/2019 - 1:00am
Celebrate our regions cider makers when McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse hosts its 3rd annual Wassail Cider Fest. The festival will take place on Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 2:00-9:00pm. The highlight of the 2019 Wassail Cider Fest will be the 20+ cider makers that will pour around 48 different ciders. There will also be brewery tours […]
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Strong Ale Fest at Pine Box on January 23 – only the biggest of beers

Washington Beer News - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 4:47pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Attention all lovers of big beers. On Wednesday, January 23rd, Pine Box in Seattle presents it annual Strong Ale Fest. Once a year they raid the beer cellar in search of the biggest, strongest beers to warm you soul during the dark days of January. We’re talking about beers that tip the scales at 9 percent ABV and more. In some cases, a lot more.

 

Here’s what they’ve got lined up:

Avery Brewing Company Fimbulvvinter Rum Barrel Quad 16%
Cloudburst Brewing Barrel Aged Darkenfloxx Imperial Stout 9.1%
Delirium Brewery Tremens Bourbon Barrel Aged Noel 10%
Evil Twin Brewing Bozo Beer Imperial Stout 17.2%
Founders Brewing Co. Canadian Breakfast Stout 11.7%
Fremont Brewing Rusty Nail 14.5%
Future Primitive Brewing Young One Barleywine 11%
Georgetown Brewing 18lb Imperial Porter 9.2%
Holy Mountain Brewing. Plague of Angels 9.6%
The Lost Abbey Brandy Barrel Angels Share 12.5%
No Boat Brewing Company Marley Was Dead 2018 Imperial Stout 12%
Off Color Brewing Dino Smores Marshmellow Stout 10.5%
Perennial Artisan Ales Prodigal Stout 10.5%
Samichlaus Bier 14%

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BEERlesque at Brouwer’s Cafe on January 31st

Washington Beer News - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 4:13pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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You are cordially invited to join Boom Boom L’Roux, Ruby Mimosa, Lady Drew Blood, and Amara Strutt for an evening of beer and burlesque at Brouwer’s Cafe on January 31st. This  year’s event is an encore to last year’s magnificently successful BEERlesque show. The event will be emceed by Sailor St. Claire.

BEERlesque is a ticketed event with all proceeds benefiting Old Dog Haven, a local dog rescue organization committed to helping old dogs find forever homes. Tickets are $30 and include a beer from one of the partner breweries – Ayinger, Brasserie du Bocq, Dupont, Lindeman’s, and Weihenstephan.

Doors will open at 7:00 and the show begins at 9:00. This will allow attendees to order and enjoy dinner beforehand. Dinner service will end when the show begins.

Secure your tickets now for this show, which is certain to sell out.

For more information on the Old Dog Haven, visit: http://www.olddoghaven.org

For more information on the performers, visit:

www.sailorstclaire.com

www.AmaraStrutt.com

www.burlesqueboutique.com/ruby-mimosa/

www.facebook.com/LadyDrewBloodBurlesque/

www.boomboomlroux.com/about

 

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Strange Brewfest 15 – Not just the strange, but the new too

Washington Beer News - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 1:07pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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There’s nothing quite like Strange Brewfest in Port Townsend, WA (Jan. 25th and 26th). If the thing you love about craft beer is the creativity, then this is the festival for you. Not only does it showcase creativity, it challenges breweries to stretch the limits by taking off all the brakes and knocking down all the barriers of conventional wisdom. It’s an atmosphere that embraces an anything-goes attitude. Nothing is too weird, too absurd, or too crazy. Every year, it is impossible to predict what wild creations our local breweries will reveal at Strange Brewfest.

This year, among the many breweries in attendance, Future Primitive Brewing makes it festival debut. The long-awaited, much-anticipated brewery that opened just a few weeks ago will be pouring at Strange Brewfest this year. What will they pour? We’ll have to wait and see.

They won’t be alone. The list of 30+ participating breweries is below.

Along with all that beer, Strange Brewfest is notorious for offering a great live music lineup. Come prepared to boogie! The event takes place in downtown Port Townsend on Friday, January 25th and Saturday, January 26th. For complete details and ticket information, visit the event website.

Participating Breweries and Cideries:

7 Seas Brewing
Aslan Brewing
Bad Jimmy’s Brewing
Bainbridge Island Brewing
Barhop Brewing
Bellevue Brewing Co.
Bent Bine Brew Co.
Boundary Bay Brewing
Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse
Discovery Bay Brewing
Dog Days Brewing
Downpour Brewing
Eaglemount Cidery
Elysian Brewing Co.
Finnriver Cidery
Fish Brewing Co.
Fremont Brewing Co.
Future Primitive Brewing
Ghostfish Brewery
Herb’s Cider
Island Hoppin Brewery
Jellyfish Brewing
Middleton
Outlander Brewery
Pelican Brewing
Pike Brewing Co.
Port Townsend Brewing
Propolis Brewing
Rainy Daze Brewing
Silver City Brewery
Slaughter County Brewery
Slippery Pig Brewery
Stones Throw Brewing
Top Rung Brewing
Urban Family Brewing
Wingman Brewers, Inc

Strange Brewfest
Friday, January 24th and Saturday, January 25th
209 Monroe Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368
http://strangebrewfestpt.com/

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pFriem Family Brewers IPA and Pilsner Now Available in Cans

Brewpublic - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 9:30am
January 14, 2019 – Hood River, Oregon – pFriem Family Brewers, one of the most award-winning breweries in Oregon, announced today that the brewery’s beloved IPA and Pilsner will be available in cans beginning in early March throughout Oregon and Washington. Both beers will continue to be made available on draft and in bottles. Josh Pfriem, Brewmaster/Co-Founder, said, […]
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Hellbent Brewing releasing Big Island Coconut Stout on January 23rd

Washington Beer News - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 8:35am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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HELLBENT BREWING COMPANY PRESENTS:

Big Island Toasted Coconut Stout Release

January 23rd 2019  12:00pm

More info about the event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/733423537028777/

Hellbent Brewing Company
13035 Lake City Way NE
Seattle WA 98125

Hellbent Brewing releases the 2019 batch of Big Island Toasted Coconut Stout in 3 versions. The rich, creamy, silky, smooth, Almond Joy tasting Coconut Stout we all love. A Nitro version (to make it even more velvety) and a Cutter’s Point Cold Brew Coffee version that will knock your socks off! All three will be on tap at the brewery on the 23rd. Look for these around town at the finest bars and restaurants. Here is a short description of the beer:

Rich roasted malt flavor, yet smooth and drinkable, Big Island Coconut Stout is a traditional oatmeal stout aged on toasted coconut, creating a beer with a heavenly flavor and aroma.

Hops: Bravo, Sorachi Ace

Malts: Pale Malt, Cara 20, Cara 45, Honey Malt, Biscuit malt, Chocolate Malt, Roasted Barley

Adjuncts: Rolled Oats, Toasted Coconut

ABV 6.4%

IBU 20

 

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Metallica and Arrogant Consortia aka Stone Brewing Partner on Enter Night Pilsner

Brewpublic - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 8:02am
There’s been Iron Maiden beer, AC/DC beer, even Motörhead beer; now there’s Metallica beer. Stone Brewing has entered the rock n’ roll world of beer with its new collaboration from its offshoot, Arrogant Consortia has partnered with Metallica on Enter Night Pilsner. The new beer, Enter Night Pilsner was first released at a few of […]
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New Belgium Brewing Releases Voodoo Ranger Liquid Paradise IPA

Brewpublic - Mon, 01/14/2019 - 1:00am
To begin 2019, New Belgium Brewing has announced the debut of its new Voodoo Ranger Rotating IPA Series that will feature three hop forward beers. The new series will debut with Voodoo Ranger Liquid Paradise IPA, a delicately bitter and extremely aromatic IPA boasting a mélange of tropical notes. The Voodoo Ranger Rotating IPA series comes from […]
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The Civic Taproom and Bottle Shop 4th Annual Barrel Aged Fest

Brewpublic - Sun, 01/13/2019 - 9:50pm
Four years running, The Civic Taproom and Bottle Shop will host its 4th Annual Barrel Aged Fest from January 25-27, 2019. During the course of the past year, The Civic Taproom has stashed away kegs of one-offs, special offerings and exciting barrel-aged beers just for this event. Beer tickets are $2.00 each and pours will […]
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Cascade Brewing Announces 2019 Beer Release Calendar

Brewpublic - Sun, 01/13/2019 - 7:04am
PORTLAND, Ore. – Jan. 11, 2019 – Cascade Brewing has announced its product release lineup for 2019, which features 15 beers on the calendar. The Northwest sour beer pioneer will release eight core products that will see national and international distribution in 500ml bottles and draft; three limited-edition collaboration projects, also in bottles and draft; and […]
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Ballard Alliance is launching a Ballard Brewery Passport program

Washington Beer News - Fri, 01/11/2019 - 1:46pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Starting tomorrow, January 12th, beer drinkers are invited to pick up their Ballard Brewery Passport and start earning prizes by visiting the 11 breweries that call Ballard home. Start the process by picking up your passport at any of the participating breweries (listed below) or at Hattie’s Hat restaurant in downtown Ballard.

Spearheaded by Ballard Alliance, and made possible by the City of Seattle Office of Economic Development’s Only in Seattle project, the Ballard Brewery Passport program showcases the walkability and quality of Ballard’s brewery district. It is described as an informative map and guide that highlights important details about each participating brewery.

“The Ballard neighborhood has an amazing concentration of talented brewers with a long history of producing some of the finest craft brews in the region and around the world,” said Mike Stewart, Ballard Alliance Executive Director. “We wanted to create a fun way to showcase the Ballard Brewery District and encourage visitors and locals alike to experience all of Ballard’s fabulous craft brewery options as well as visit the Ballard Shopping and Dining District.”

Passport users are encouraged to collect unique stamps from each brewery and redeem completed passports for a prize. No purchase is required, but if you are visiting a brewery and not drinking the beer, what’s the point? You are only cheating yourself.

The two-tier prize system includes a keychain for collecting six stamps or commemorative drinkware for collecting all 11 stamps. Get the keychains at any of the breweries; go to Hattie’s Hat to get your grand prize drinkware. Passport holders are encouraged to use the hashtag #ballardbrewed on social media.

The Breweries:

Bad Jimmy’s Brewing
Hale’s Ales
Lagunita’s Brewing
Lucky Envelope Brewing
Maritime Pacific
NW Peaks Brewery
Obec Brewing
Peddler Brewing
Populux Brewing
Reuben’s Brews
Stoup Brewing

 

 

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List of participating breweries and other info for 10th annual Belgianfest

Washington Beer News - Fri, 01/11/2019 - 11:32am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Belgianfest, the annual festival of Washington-brewed, Belgian-style beers, celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, February 2nd. From humble beginnings in a small event space near what is now Machine House Brewing in Georgetown, to a larger space on the Seattle waterfront, to it’s eventual home at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion, Belgianfest showcases the creativity of local brewers and is one of the most popular beer events of the year. A sellout is all but certain, so do not delay. Ticket sales to date have been brisk.

Tickets are now on sale at https://washingtonbeer.com/festivals/belgianfest.php

The event features 32 breweries pouring in excess of 90 beers. Expect saisons, dubbles, tripels, Belgian blondes, and lots of Belgian-style IPAs, among other things. Here is more information about the event, including the list of participating breweries.

10th Anniversary Belgianfest Brewery List:

Anacortes Brewery
Bale Breaker Brewing
Black Raven Brewing
Boundary Bay Brewery
Cairn Brewing
Elliott Bay Brewing
Elysian Brewing
Figurehead Brewing
Flying Bike Cooperative
Flying Lion Brewing
Fremont Brewing
Ghostfish Brewing
Illuminati Brewing
Jellyfish Brewing
Kulshan Brewing
Lantern Brewing
McMenamin’s Breweries
Mollusk Brewing
Optimism Brewing
Propolis Brewing
Pyramid Brewing
Reuben’s Brews
Rooftop brewing
Silver City Brewery
Single Hill Brewing
Slaughter County Brewing
Sound Brewery
Sumerian Brewing
Triplehorn Brewing
Wander Brewing
Wingman Brewers
Yakima Craft Brewing

 

 

 

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