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Ticket Giveaway – 2 VIP Passes for Cider Summit Seattle

Thu, 08/15/2019 - 6:10pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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We are giving away two VIP passes to Cider Summit Seattle (Friday, September 6th and Saturday, September 7th). The VIP pass is valid both days and includes 20 tasting tickets. Perhaps the biggest bonus, VIP allows you to get in an hour early on Friday (2:00)!

To enter our ticket giveaway, leave a comment below. OR go to our Facebook page, find this post, and leave a comment there (be sure to tag a friend). We will pick a winner at random from all entries on Thursday, August 29th.

Cider Summit Seattle, the city’s premier cider event, is moving down the street. The 10th annual cider festival is moving to Lake Union Park, next to the Museum of History and Industry. The two-day event happens on Friday, September 6th and Saturday, September 7th. Tickets are on sale now. More info about your ticket options is shared below.

“Cider Summit annually exposes thousands of cider lovers and the cider curious to some of the industry’s most unique products,” explained event co-founder, Alan Shapiro. “We’re thrilled to celebrate our 10th anniversary by continuing that mission and also add a few surprises to thank our guests for helping us reach 10 years.”

This year Cider Summit Seattle features over 150 ciders, meads, and cider cocktails including regional favorites and international classics. Some of the industry’s leading cidermakers will attend the event to inform and guide guests through the tastings. Several cidermakers will also compete in the Oregon Fruit Products Fruit Cider Challenge, creating small-batch fruit ciders with Oregon Fruit Products’ puree. Festivalgoers can vote for their favorite via text, with the winners announced at the conclusion of the event.

When: Fri. Sept. 6th from 3pm to 8pm (VIP session starts @ 2pm) & Sat. Sept. 7th from noon to 5pm

Where: Lake Union Park @ MOHAI (860 Terry Ave. N.) adjacent to The Museum of History & Industry

Tickets: On sale now! https://www.cidersummitnw.com/tickets

General Admission includes a souvenir tasting glass and 16 tasting tickets.
$30 (plus taxes & service charges) prior to July 31
$35 from Aug.1 – Sept.5
$45 at the gate (including all taxes & service charges).

GA tickets will also be available starting Aug. 1 at Capitol Cider. Additional tasting tickets are available onsite for $2 each. Guests will be allowed to re-enter the event both days with a wristband on and with this year’s event glass.

VIP Tickets are available exclusively online, with limited quantities, which include a souvenir tasting glass, early entry from 2pm-3pm on Friday, and 20 tasting tickets. VIP tickets cost $40 (plus taxes & service charges) prior to July 31 or $45 from to Aug. 1, or while supplies last. VIP tickets are not available at the gate.

Designated Driver tickets are available at the gate for $5 and include a bottle of water. No alcohol may be consumed with a Designated Driver ticket.

All tickets allow re-entry on Friday and Saturday if you have a wristband and the tasting glass.

This year’s festival features uniquely paired bites available for purchase from local producers. Seattle Humane hosts the Dog Lounge, giving dogs and their owners a place to socialize and refresh.

Cider Summit Seattle is presented by Capitol Cider. Supporting sponsors include Amazon, First Tech Federal Credit Union, Oregon Fruit Products, Seattle Cider Company, and Northwest Beverages. Media partners include CIDERCRAFT Magazine, The Stranger, and KEXP. The event is a benefit for the Northwest Cider Association, Seattle Humane, and The Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research.

Please note: well-behaved dogs of any age are welcome, but humans must be 21 & over – no exceptions.

For more information, visit CiderSummit.comFacebook.com/CiderSummit or follow @CiderSummit on Twitter and Instagram, hashtag #CiderSummitSEA.

Story posted by Kendall Jones

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Black Raven Brewing releasing 10 Year Anniversary Lager

Thu, 08/15/2019 - 5:26pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Black Raven Brewing announces the release of Ravenheads, 10th Anniversary Summer Lager. Here are the release notes.

RAVENHEADS
Summer Lager

10 years in flight, wow!

These four Ravenheads on the label are the remaining original band members from 2009 when we debuted in Redmond, WA.

This summer lager is brewed with pilsner malt and hopped with the varietals Mandarina Bavaria and Loral. A light dry hopping was included to add a Northwest twist on the project.

Taproom draft and 16oz 4 pack cans to go
Growler fills also available

ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 19

This beer is taproom exclusive, we are not releasing it to the outside market so don’t expect to find it in stores.

Initial release is at the Woodinville location. As of Sunday, August 18th you can purchase from either taproom.

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Bainbridge Brewing celebrates 7th anniversary this Saturday

Thu, 08/15/2019 - 5:05pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Bainbridge Brewing celebrates its 7th anniversary this Saturday, August 17th at the Brewery and Taproom. In addition to some special beers, the all-day even will include live music and some very special food—roasting a pig that was fattened up on spent grain from the brewery.

Complete details about the 7th Anniversary beer and Saturday’s event can be found in the press release below.

Bainbridge Brewing Celebrates 7th Anniversary

Bainbridge Island, WA – August 8th, 2019 – Bainbridge Brewing is proud to announce that it will celebrate its 7th Anniversary this coming Saturday, August 17th from 12:00 to 10:00PM.

Celebrating another great year of brewing Island Crafted Ales, Bainbridge Brewing will host a day-long party at its Brewery and Taproom (9415 Coppertop Loop, Bainbridge Island) this Saturday, August 17th. The brewery will be digging deep into its cellar and pulling out rare and wonderful relics, such as the 1st Anniversary Barrel Aged Wheatwine, all of which will only be on tap during the Anniversary Party.

Local surf rock band Ocean Men will be playing starting at 7:00. Along this tropical island vibe we’re doing a pig roast! Having conveniently just returned from Miami with a suitcase full of sour oranges, we’ll be making up some mojo and spending much of the afternoon roasting half of an island-raised and brewery-spent-grain-fed pig from our friends at Shady Acres Farm in our trusty caja china. Neighboring Powell and Jones Fine Chocolates are currently hard at work in their mad scientist laboratory developing an ice cream using the 7th Anniversary Ale. Food sales should start up about 4:00.

For this year’s Anniversary Ale, Brewmaster Russell Everett decided to keep it “simple”. “For the first five Anniversary Ales we did big, barrel aged beers, and often hit them with things like coffee, or chocolate, or both in the case of the 5th Anniversary. Then last year we took a break and brewed a Triple Brut IPA. This year we got ahold of eight awesome Woodinville Whiskey bourbon barrels and I was like, let’s just brew up a big mean stout, have it hang out in there for a good long while, and let it speak for itself.”

Of course he still can’t leave well enough alone, so the 11.5% ABV Imperial Stout, which went into the barrels back in November, also included a healthy dose of Dark Belgian Candi Syrup, giving the chocolate, coffee and roast characters an accent note of raisins and stonefruit. In a break from tradition, and showcasing the brewery’s recent switch from 22oz bottles to 16oz cans, this year rather than waxed bottles the 7th Anniversary Ale will be released in 16oz cans. Cans will be available starting Saturday at both the brewery and the Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse in singles and four packs, with a select number of cases and sixtels making their way out around the sound shortly afterwards through Bainbridge’s distributor, Northwest Beverages.

Bainbridge Brewing was founded in 2012 by father and son duo – Chuck and Russell Everett. The brewery serves craft beer to thirsty islanders and visitors seven days a week from its Bainbridge Brewing Taproom located in Coppertop Park (9415 Coppertop Loop NE, Suite 104, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110); and from the Bainbridge Brewing Alehouse located in downtown Winslow near the ferry (500 Winslow Way E, Suite 110, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110). Bainbridge Brewing self-distributes its award-winning craft beer in kegs and bottles on the island, as well as at the nearby Clearwater Casino and Resort. Around Western Washington Bainbridge Brewing craft beer can be found in many grocery stores, bottle shops, restaurants and pubs via its Western Washington distributor Northwest Beverages.

 

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Get ready for the Inland NW Craft Beer Festival in Spokane

Tue, 08/13/2019 - 3:37pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Eastsiders, this one is in your back yard. Westsiders, mark your calendars and make your reservations. This event offers a lot of beer from breweries that rarely, or never, make to the west side of the mountains.

The Inland NW Craft Beer Festival, produced by the Washington Beer Commission, serves up over 150 beers from 40 of Washington’s breweries on September 20th and 21st at Avista Stadium in Spokane. The event, now in its 10th year overall, celebrates its 6th year at Avista Stadium, home of the Spokane Indians minor league baseball team.

The Friday night session is reserved for grownups 21 and over, but Saturday welcomes kids of all ages and features a kid’s play area on the lush, green outfield. The event also features live music and food trucks.

Friday, September 20th – 4pm to 9pm
Saturday, September 21 – noon to 6pm.

 

Tickets are  $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass and eight 4-oz. sample tastes.
Additional tastes are just $2 each.
Online tickets and complete event details at washingtonbeer.com.
Tickets are also available at the Avista Stadium Box Office.

Here is the list of participating breweries:

509 Bierwerks – Wenatchee
Badass Backyard Brewing – Spokane Valley
Bale Breaker Brewing Co. – Yakima
Bardic Brewing – Spokane Valley
Benneditos Brew Pub – Spokane
Big Barn Brewing Co. – Mead
Black Label Brewing Company – Spokane
Dru Bru – Snoqualmie Pass
Fremont Brewing – Seattle
Ghostfish Brewing Company – Seattle
Hop Capital Brewing – Yakima
Hopped Up Brewing – Spokane Valley
Humble Abode Brewing – Spokane
Icicle Brewing Company – Leavenworth
Iron Goat Brewing – Spokane
Laht Neppur Brewing Co. – Waitsburg
Millwood Brewing Company – Millwood
Mountain Lakes Brewing Company – Spokane
No-Li Brewhouse – Spokane
Paradise Creek Brewery – Pullman
Republic Brewing Company – Republic
Reuben’s Brews – Seattle
Riverport Brewing – Clarkston
Silver City Brewery – Bremerton
Single Hill Brewing Company – Yakima
Steam Plant Brewing Company – Spokane
Stoup Brewing – Seattle
Sumerian Brewing Co. – Woodinville
Ten Pin Brewing – Moses Lake
Three Magnets Brewing – Olympia
Top Frog Brewery – Newport
TT’s Old Iron Brewery – Spokane
Twelve String Brewing Co. – Spokane Valley
Two Beers Brewing Company – Seattle
V Twin Brewing Company – Spokane Valley
Waddell’s Brewing Co – Spokane
Wenatchee Valley Brewing – Wenatchee
White Bluffs Brewing – Richland
Whipsaw Brewing-Ellensburg
YaYa Brewing Company – Spokane Valley

 

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Ticket giveaway and beer lineup for West Seattle Beer and Music Festival

Tue, 08/13/2019 - 10:06am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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The West Seattle Beer and Music Festival is back for a second year on Friday, August 23rd and Saturday, August 24th. The event takes place near The Junction, in the heart of West Seattle. See our previous post for more details. Below we share the list of breweries and beers.

Today we are happy to announce that we are giving away a pair of tickets to the West Seattle Beer and Music Festival. These tickets are good for the Friday night session. All you need to do to enter our giveaway is leave a comment here or on our Facebook page (be sure to find the post linking to this story and tag a friend). On Monday, August 19th we will pick a winner at random from all entries.

The West Seattle Beer and Music Festival features beers from no less than 20 breweries and music throughout the event. There are several different ticket options for this event, so study the ticket website to see what’s available.

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Brewery and Beer Lineup

2 Towns Cider House

  • Eazy Squeezy
  • Camp Clementine

Skookum Brewery

  • Brimleys Batter 2nd Helping Imperial Stout
  • Towards the Light IPA

Camp Colvos Brewing Co.

  • Black Saison
  • Kolsch

Urban Family Brewing

  • Strawberry Rhubarb Sour
  • Mantra Imperial Mango Sour

Deschutes Brewery

  • CanUp
  • MarionBerry Sour

pFriem Family Brewery

  • Hazy Guava IPA
  • Landbier

Aslan Brewing Company

  • Coastal Pilsner
  • B’Ham Brown

Counterbalance Brewing Co.

  • Uncle Fuzzy Hazy IPA
  • Abigale Blonde Ale

Future Primitive Brewery

  • Zwick’Lager
  • Velvet Noose

Bale Breaker Brewing

  • Sensual Healing Hazy IPA
  • Sesiones de Migrante Mango IPA

Great Notion Brewery 

  • Berries and Cream Stout
  • Big Papaya Sour Ale

North Coast Brewing Co.

  • Scrimshaw Pilsner
  • Passion Fruit Peach Beer

Ommegang Brewery

  • Pale Sour
  • Saison Rose

Jellyfish Brewery

  • Sour Suzie
  • Saison Memoir

Dwinell Country Ales

  • Cherry Rhubarb
  • Summer Blush

Garden Path Fermentation

  • EasyGoing Drink
  • The Dry Hopped Strems Wells

Best of Hands Brewing

  • Wordless Chorus NEIPA
  • Goza Butler Pink Peppercorn Gose

Fortside Brewing

  • Orange Whip Hazy IPA
  • Pilsner

Ghostfish Brewing

  • TBD
  • TBD

Reuben’s Brewing

  • TBD
  • TBD

Matchless Brewing

  • TBD
  • TBD
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Icicle Brewing announces new ownership structure

Mon, 08/12/2019 - 4:15pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Icicle Brewing of Leavenworth, Washington just announced a change in its ownership structure. Pamela and Oliver Brulotte gifted a portion of ownership to four key employees that have greatly contributed to the company’s success. The expanded ownership helps ensure that Icicle Brewing remains a customer-focused, independent and local company.

The new owners include Joel Martinez (CEO), Dean Priebe (Brewmaster and Senior VP of Brewing Operations), Jesse Willis (VP of Sales), and Jason Leal (VP of Wholesale Operations).

“We value and appreciate the contributions that all of our employees have made over the last eight-plus years to get Icicle to where it is today. As we continue to grow, we wanted to share this journey with four of our long-term employees who have worked in key roles at the brewery,” said Co-Founder, Pamela Brulotte.

Pamela and Oliver Brulotte will remain involved in guiding the company through the next phase of growth as part of the newly formed board of directors, which also includes the four new owners. The executive team will include the four new owners plus Rachel Nicholson (VP of Taproom Operations) and Chris Danforth (VP of Marketing).

Pamela will continue to focus on training employees, volunteering with local organizations, and her work as President of the Washington Brewers Guild. Pamela also works with the Brewers Association Market Development Committee. Oliver will continue to support Icicle’s growth by focusing on visioning work and special projects.

The new ownership structure comes on the heels of a newly completed 13,500 square foot production brewing facility and a Leavenworth brewpub remodel that is expected to be completed in late September. See our report about those developments.

According to a press release from the company, the new production facility includes the equipment from the existing brewhouse plus four new fermenters which allows Icicle to brew 50% more beer annually with future maximum production potential increasing 250%. The new brewery also includes a new Comac canning line and features carbon capture technology, which is the first of its kind in Washington state.

When complete, the brewpub remodel will add about 1,200 square feet of retail space. In addition, a new five-barrel brew system from Premier Stainless will complement the beer offerings from the production facility.

Co-Founder, Oliver Brulotte said, “The new five-barrel system will be a real game-changer for our guests who come visit us at the Leavenworth brewpub. We will primarily use this system for weekly ‘brewpub only’ releases which will give craft beer enthusiasts new brews to try more often.”

 

 

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Volition Brewing now open in North Bend

Mon, 08/12/2019 - 1:29pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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We recently published a story about new brewery openings. Well, this one missed being part of that story by just a few days. Volition Brewing recently opened its brewery taproom very quietly and softly. Here’s what we know. The location is on the main drag in downtown Noth Bend, they are open seven days a week, and by all accounts the beer is good. Well-mannered dogs and well-behaved kids are welcome.

Photo from Facebook.

Beyond beer, you can get snacks and prepackaged salads and sandwiches at the taproom. You are also welcome to bring in food or order a pizza for delivery.

112 W North Bend Way
North Bend, WA 98045

As of right now, the hours of operation are as follows.

Monday thru Thursday: 3:00 – 8:00
Friday: 3:00 – 9:00
Saturday: Noon – 9:00
Sunday: Noon – 8:00

I haven’t been able to visit yet, but one review on the brewery’s Facebook page said, “The devotion to quality ingredients and amazing knowledge and customer service is apparent as soon as you walk in the door. You feel like family as soon as you walk in.”

Another said, “Tasty Beer Recipes & Quality Brew! This will be your new favorite local hang out. Prime location downtown North Bend. They did an amazing job remodeling the space, creating a posh setting using reclaimed materials from the building. Owners/staff are very friendly. Good people with a genuine mission to create beer for you to enjoy.”

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Sound Brewery announces it is closing the restaurant, and the brewery may follow

Mon, 08/12/2019 - 9:22am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Some sad news recently on Facebook, and since I know that some people don’t do Facebook, I share it here. In short, Sound Brewery of Poulsbo, WA announced that it is closing its restaurant. As if that’s not sad enough, it sounds like the future of the brewery itself is in jeopardy and might be closing as well.

Here is what they said on Facebook on Sunday, August 11th.

“Sound Brewery restaurant will be closing with its last day being Aug 24th. We will be open 2pm til 8:00pm for beer, wine, cider only today and next Sunday and 2:00pm til 9:00pm each day for the next couple of weeks. Feel free to bring in your own food.”

“Thanks for your support over the last 3 years for the restaurant and almost a decade for the brewery. These last two weeks could be your last chance to get Sound beer. The brewery’s fate remains unclear at this point but will likely be closing at the end of the month also.”

 

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Craft Out Cancer Brew Fest in Moses Lake on September 14

Mon, 08/12/2019 - 8:58am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation and Ten Pin Brewing, present the 2nd annual Craft Out Cancer Brew Fest in Moses Lake, Washington on September 14th. The event features beers from a number of breweries, live music, food, and games. Proceeds benefit Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation.

The event takes place at Ten Pin Brewing’s outdoor event space. It’s like a park they built next to the brewery, basically. And across the parking lot, get a room at the Ten Pin Inn and Suites. At publishing time, they still had rooms available.

Some of the breweries involved are from the eastern reaches of the state. It’s a chance for you to drink some beers that rarely makes it west of the mountains.

Where: Ten Pin Brewery Outdoor Venue, 1149 N. Stratford
When:  Saturday, September 14th
Time:  1pm-7pm

Tickets: $25 pre-sale through September 13th ($30 at the door)

Ticket price includes event entry, commemorative logo tasting glass, six drink tickets, and live music. Extra drink tickets are available for purchase.

Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/312878486309295/

Live Music:
Jamie Nasario & Luke Basile
Lake City Blues
Dime Store Prophets

Food Available for purchase
by Tacos El Rey & Michael’s Catering
Non Alcoholic Drinks by Mason’s Coffee

Fun and Games: Cornhole, Beersbee, Big Foot Team racing.

Breweries:

  • Hidden Mother Brewing
  • Hop Capital Brewing
  • Ordinance Brewing
  • Paradise Creek Brewing
  • Scrappy Punk Brewing
  • Squirrel Fight Artisan Brewing
  • Sumerian Brewing
  • Ten Pin Brewing
  • Tieton Cider Works
  • Whipsaw Brewing
  • Waddell’s Brewing

and others may be added.

 

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Black Raven Brewing annual Flock Party on Saturday, August 17th

Fri, 08/09/2019 - 2:27pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Each year Black Raven Brewing hosts its annual Flock Party, which is just a big party with a lot of really great beer. Not just the regular lineup of beers from Black Raven, but there’s usually a lot of really cool, small-batch and otherwise badass beers for your enjoyment. Simply put, it’s a gas. An annual blowout with live music, food trucks, and beer.

This year the Flock Party is on Saturday, August 17th at the new Black Raven Brewery and Taproom in Woodinville. Note that it is not at the original location in  Redmond. In fact, the Redmond location will be closed that day. Don’t get confused and show up in Redmond. You’ll be lonely and beerless.

This is an all-ages event. Even dogs are welcome, as long as they have manners.

10th Annual Black Raven Flock Party
15902 Woodinville-Redmond RD NE
Woodinville, WA 98072
Noon – 8PM (Last call at 7:15)

Music Schedule 

  • Jessica Brasch 12:15pm- 1:15pm
  • McTuff 1:30pm-2:45pm
  • Darci Carlson 3pm-4:15pm
  • Dub Lounge International 4:30pm-5:45pm
  • Down North 6pm-7:30pm

Flock Party Essential Tips 

1) Please carpool if possible. This is our most popular event of the year and parking can become scarce, we recommend riding with friends to help us utilize our area more efficiently.

2) Pace yourself and drink lots of water. We offer A LOT of beers at Flock Party and we realize the “fear of missing out” is real. You may not get to try everything and that’s ok, we want you to have a good time and to be safe. Drink water and have some delicious food.

3) Dress for the whole day. Western Washington weather can be crazy, as we all know, so we recommend layers, sunscreen, even preparation for rain. *fingers-crossed that doesn’t happen*

4) Flock Party is dog-friendly! For one day a year, we open up our whole facility to our furry-faced friends. We ask that they stay on leash and be well-behaved doggos (no excessive barking, jumping, general unruly behavior). We’ll provide water and belly rubs.

5) It’s a new location for us, so there might be some small bumps here and there but rest assured we will still have fun.

 

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Tacoma Beer Week kicks off this weekend with Brew Five Three festival

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 12:04pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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The 5th annual Tacoma Beer Week kicks off this weekend and runs through Sunday, August 18th. The fun gets started this Saturday, August 10th at Brew Five Three: Tacoma’s Beer and Music Festival. Beyond that, a whole lot of events at breweries and bars mark the occasion.

You can find out what’s happening by visiting the official website or the Facebook page. Definitely keep an eye on Facebook for the latest info.

The stated mission of Tacoma Beer Week is to:

· Promote the appreciation of good beer to a wide audience through fun, innovative, unique and educational events.
· Elevate local businesses, breweries and venues, highlighting what Tacoma has to offer to both residents and visitors.
· Celebrate the rich history of brewing in Tacoma.

 

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Fresh Hop Season has arrived – Two Beers Brewing releasing Fresh Hop IPA this Friday

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 9:01am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Yes, fresh hop beers are delicious. Plain and simple, when well-executed a fresh hop beer offers a crisp, popping hop character that screams fresh. There is no denying that fresh hop beers are also symbolic in nature. They are a celebration of the harvest, a magical thing that happens each year, gifting brewers and beer lovers with another year’s worth of hoppy goodness.

Joel VandenBrink, Founder & CEO of Two Beers Brewing Co.

However it happens, whoever they know, Two Beers Brewing is typically the first brewery out of the gate each year. The annual Fresh Hop Picking Party at the brewery is the precursor and the release of Two Beers Brewing’s Fresh Hop IPA a couple weeks later marks the unofficial kickoff to fresh hop season. This year, the beer’s release date is Friday, August 9th. It will be available on draft and in package at The Woods Tasting Room in Seattle. More details in the press release below.

Fresh Hop Pickin’ Party at Two Beers Brewing.

From Bine to Brew in under 24 Hours- Two Beers Brewing Co Releases First of the Season IPA!

Seattle-based brewery to release first of the season Fresh Hop IPA featuring fresh Centennial Hops from Puterbaugh Farms in Yakima Valley

SEATTLE (August 7, 2019) – First of the season Fresh Hop IPA is on the way! Join the team from Two Beers Brewing Co. on Friday, August 9 for the release of Fresh Hop IPA on draft and in package at the Woods Tasting Room in SoDo.

Photo from Two Beer Brewing, Instagram.

First brewed in 2009, Two Beers Brewing’s Fresh Hop IPA enters its tenth season on the Two Beers fall lineup, remaining one of the Seattle-based brewery’s most popular releases. A beautifully balanced and hoppy labor of love, Fresh Hop IPA is made with Centennial hops harvested from Yakima Valley’s Puterbaugh Farms. The hops are handpicked by dozens of staff and volunteers at The Woods Tasting Room, and Fresh Hop IPA is brewed within 24 hours of harvest.

Head Brewer, Jesse Ransavage and Production Manager, Ben Antonius continued the annual Two Beers tradition of travelling to Yakima to harvest hop bines by hand. This year’s Fresh Hop IPA (6.2% ABV/70 IBUs) will feature Centennial Hops from Puterbaugh Farms, giving the brew a juicy citrus aroma balanced with a delightfully bitter finish.

Craft beer fans looking to experience Fresh Hop IPA on draft while surrounded by fresh hop cones are invited to help with the harvest. A second series of hop picking parties have been scheduled for Monday, August 12. Join the Two Beers team at The Woods Tasting Room  in SoDo (4660 Ohio Ave S. 98134) from 3-8PM, or at Rhein Haus Seattle (912 12th Ave. 98122) from 4-8PM to pick hops from the bine while enjoying some of the first pints of Fresh Hop IPA on draft.

“Two Beers’ Fresh Hop IPA is a celebration of Pacific Northwest ingredients” said Joel VandenBrink, Founder & CEO of Two Beers Brewing Co. “Our Fresh Hop has long been one of my favorite beers and I look forward to the harvest every year.”

Celebrate the release of Fresh Hop IPA on Friday, August 9 at The Woods from 3-10pm. Shared with Seattle Cider Company, and Sound Craft Seltzer Co, The Woods will feature a full line up of pints and tasters, along with package product to go. Fresh Hop IPA will be available in 12-ounce cans and on draft throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho, for a limited time starting August 9.

For more information, follow Two Beers Brewing Co. on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram (@twobeersbrewing), or visit twobeersbrewing.com.

 

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Inaugural Georgetown Beer Festival – September 14th

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 8:28am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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The Georgetown Merchants Association presents the inaugural Georgetown Beer Festival on Saturday, September 14th. This hyper-local beer festival focuses on breweries located in the Georgetown neighborhood and breweries located in nearby communities like Beacon Hill, South Park, and SoDo. The event takes place at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall from noon until 5:00.

It used to seem like the Washington Brewers Festival, which featured Washington-brewed beers exclusively, was a local beer festival. None of them out-of-state breweries were allowed. Given the proliferation of breweries across Washington, and across the nation, beer festivals that focus on hyper-local breweries might become more common in the future. For instance, the Ballard-Brewed beer festivals that took place last spring and last winter were both well-attended and very successful. In my opinion, I think we will (and should) see more locally-focused festivals like this, though in most places the scope will need to extend beyond a single neighborhood. Sadly, not every neighborhood enjoys such a high density of breweries as Georgetown and Ballard.

Georgetown has a proud history when it comes to beer. It is the former home of Rainier Beer, which once operated the nation’s sixth-largest brewery along what is now Airport Way. Today the neighborhood is home to six breweries, including Washington’s top-producing craft brewery, Georgetown Brewing Company.

Participating Breweries:

  • Counterbalance Brewing
  • Elysian Brewing
  • Flying Lion Brewing
  • Future Primitive Brewing
  • Georgetown Brewing
  • Ghostfish Brewing
  • Jellyfish Brewing
  • Lowercase Brewing
  • Machine House Brewing
  • Perihelion Brewery
  • Seapine Brewing
  • Tin Dog Brewing

Tickets redeemable for beverages are available on site. The festival is restricted to ages 21 and over with valid ID.

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Flatstick Pub opening new location in Bellingham

Wed, 08/07/2019 - 1:21pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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The concept has been proven across the centuries: people like to play games while they drink beer. Thus, taverns have always offered beer drinkers gaming opportunities with things like pool tables, dartboards, video games, and so on. Flatstick Pub takes it to another level. Along with its signature, golf-themed games, Flatstick serves up a world-class selection of beers at its three locations (Kirkland, Pioneer Square, and South Lake Union).

Flatstick Pub, South Lake Union.

Not long ago we learned that Flatstick Pub is opening new locations in Tacoma and Spokane. Add one more to the list. Flatstick Pub just announced its plans to open in downtown Bellingham.

“Bellingham was our top choice when we were deciding the next location for Flatstick Pub,” said Sam Largent, Founder and CEO of Flatstick Pub. “We love the strong sense of community in Bellingham, the many outstanding local breweries, and the energy found in a college town. We’re excited to bring Flatstick to such a fun and unique city.”

Flatstick Pub, South Lake Union.

The company anticipates opening the Bellingham location in early 2020. In addition to mini-golf, the 6,000 square foot space will feature original golf-themed games invented by Flatstick, including Duffleboard ™, Ball Jockey ™, and a brand new game currently in development. The new pub will offer about 30 taps pouring only independent, locally made beer, cider, and wine. Bellingham’s Flatstick Pub will be located at 902 N. State Street.

Flatstick Pub, South Lake Union.

As they’ve done in the past, Flatstick Pub will partner with acclaimed Seattle restaurateur Ethan Stowell (Ethan Stowell Restaurants) to develop the food menu. The Bellingham location plans to be open to gamers of all ages until 7:00 PM daily (adults only thereafter). Dogs will also be welcome.

Flatstick Pub is owned by Washington natives Sam, Andy, and Jeni Largent. The first location opened in Kirkland in 2014. Since then, they’ve opened two other locations: Pioneer Square and South Lake Union. The new location in Spokane is slated to open later this year and the new location in Tacoma will open in early 2020.

For more information, visit www.flatstickpub.com/about and follow @flatstickpub on Twitter and Instagram.

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Join The Growler Guys this Saturday for Reuben’sFest

Wed, 08/07/2019 - 9:41am

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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Not every brewery deserves a beer festival of its own. Reuben’s Brews certainly does. Not just because of all the medals and other accolades the brewery has collected over the years, but because of its relentless pursuit of creativity. Sure, the everyday beers like Crickey IPA, Robust Porter, and Reuben’s Pilsner never disappoint, but where this brewery really shines is in the way it continually introduces new beers. In a single year, Reuben’s Brews will often crank out more different beers than some breweries produce in a lifetime. For example, in 2018 the brewery created more than 120 different beers.

The Growler Guys in Seattle is hosting its first-ever Reuben’sFest this Saturday, August 10th from 3:00 – 11:00. The event features 12 different beers from Reuben’s Brews, including nine beers rarely found on tap. Special beers will be released periodically throughout the day. See the taplist below for the scheduled tappings. Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for updates.

Music provided by Leah T, who will perform on the outdoor Stumpy Stage starting at 6:00. Other artists pending.

Here’s the beer lineup with special tapping times noted:

Pillars of Gold – Saison, 6.9%. *Keg tapped at 4pm*
Hazealicious POG. Hazy IPA, 6% ABV. *Special release! Keg tapped at 5pm*
SuperNova – Hazy DIPA, 9% ABV. *Keg tapped at 7pm*
BBIS – Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, 11.9% ABV. *Keg tapped at 9pm*
LilyWhite – Witbier, 5% ABV. Pouring all day.
Limoncello – Imperial Gose, 6% ABV. Pouring all day.
Crikey – IPA, 6.8% ABV. Pouring all day. Flagship beer, award-winning!
Summer IPA – IPA, 6.5% ABV. Pouring all day.
Loral Brut IPA – Brut DIPA, 8% ABV . Pouring all day.
Life on Mars – DIPA, 8.2% ABV. Pouring all day.
Cinnamon Raisin Rye – Brown Ale, 7.2% ABV. Pouring all day.
Robust Porter – Porter, 5.9% ABV. Pouring all day.

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Dwinell Country Ales marking 2nd anniversary with special beer releases and more

Tue, 08/06/2019 - 10:14am

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Dwinell Country Ales of Goldendale, Washington is poised to celebrate its second anniversary. To mark the occassion, they’ll have a two-day party at the brewery taproom that will see some special releases, both in bottles and on draft. Live music and food trucks round out the fun. The anniversary celebration is on Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17.

Might be a good weekend to make the road trip to Goldendale.

More information in the press release below.

DWINELL COUNTRY ALES TO CELEBRATE SECOND ANNIVERSARY 

2nd Anniversary Party Aug. 16-17 at Dwinell Country Ales with bottle-release, new small-batch beers, live music, and rotating food trucks.

Goldendale, Washington (August 5, 2019) – Dwinell Country Ales is excited to celebrate its two-year anniversary on Friday, August 16, and Saturday, August 17. To commemorate their second birthday, Dwinell Country Ales will release new beers in 500 ml bottles along with several small batches of tasting room-only beers on draft. They will also feature live music and host a rotating selection of food trucks.

Named one of the “Top Three Small Breweries” in the country by beer writer Jeff Alworth for  “Craft Beer & Brewing” magazine, this celebration is the perfect reason to make a trip down the Columbia River Gorge.

Those who visit Dwinell’s tasting room will have the opportunity to sample their newest bottle releases: “Afterglow,” a barrel-aged, dry-hopped sour ale; “Bramble Berry,” a pale lager conditioned in wine barrels with wild yeast and refermented on blackberries; and “Fever Dream,” an amber ale conditioned in whiskey barrels with a blend of wild yeast strains. All three beers will be available on draft and in 500 ml bottles.

Dwinell will also have several special small-batch beers rotating on tap over the weekend, including: “Wild Shrub,” a wild ale refermented over foraged huckleberries; and “Bud Break” a farmhouse ale spiced with rose hips and conditioned on local cherries.

On Friday, guests can dine at the brewery’s new resident food truck, The Dirty Cowgirl, which will feature its normal menu of slow-cooked BBQ along with its Friday night special, a prime rib dinner. That evening, from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, Columbia Gorge regular McDougall will perform live original music on Dwinell’s outdoor patio. Then, on Saturday, the brewery will host HopTown Wood Fired Pizza, from Wapato, WA, who will bring their mobile pizza oven to make freshly-prepared pizzas.

After a recent visit to Dwinell Country Ales, Eugene, OR-based beer writer Aaron Brussat for “New School Beer” called the brewery “the best thing about Goldendale,” describing it as “one of those rural breweries that isn’t afraid to make wild beer, and does it well.”

About: Dwinell Country Ales is a small brewery with a family-friendly tasting room on the dry side of the Cascades in downtown Goldendale, WA. There, you’ll find a rotating tap list that showcases farmhouse-inspired, mixed-culture beers, delicately hopped rustic ales, and wild ales fermented with native yeast and local fruit.

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Brewmasters Taproom celebrates 3rd anniversary this Saturday

Tue, 08/06/2019 - 9:59am

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You are invited to help Brewmasters Taproom celebrates its third anniversary this Saturday, August 10th. To commemorate the occasion, they teamed up with Ravenna Brewing to create a special, new beer. At noon they’ll release Hold My Pocket IPA (read about it below).

Two food trucks join the fun. Mariana’s Kitchen will be there for lunch and A Fire Inside will be there for dinner.

“For our 3rd anniversary, we decided to hit up our friends that are only a few weeks older than us: Ravenna Brewing, Tommy, the owner of Ravenna, made the mistake of sitting next to Marley, owner of Brewmaster’s Taproom, during Washington Beer Awards judging a few months ago. Between flights, Marley asked Tommy to create an awesome hazy IPA for the anniversary party and base it on their mutual love for Hawaii and one of Marley’s favorite foods: mochi. The result? Hold My Pocket IPA, a hazy that owns you and your palate.”

The Brewmaster’s Taproom opened in August of 2016 with the intention of bringing amazing craft beer to Marley’s hometown of Renton. Not only does the business specialize in small craft beer, wine, and cider, but it has also become a center of a charitable beer community. Brewmasters Taproom regularly hosts monthly fundraisers for various local causes.

 

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West Seattle Beer and Music Festival returns on August 23 and 24

Tue, 08/06/2019 - 9:10am

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The West Seattle Beer and Music Festival returns to the Alki Masonic Hall for a second year. The event takes place on Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24 in the parking lot outside the hall, so you can soak up the summer sun as you groove to the music and enjoy the beers, poured by an impressive lineup of breweries.

According to the event website, “Our goal is to celebrate craft beers, creative spirits, awesome food, and groovy music while creating a unique experience for both the brewers, distillers and attendees alike while raising dollars and awareness for an important charity, West Seattle Food Bank.”

The beer lineup includes 20-plus breweries from near and far (complete list below). Local, familiar favorites like Fremont Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, and Urban Family Brewing as well as lesser-known regional breweries like Camp Colvos Brewing (Vashon Island), Garden Path Fermentation Project (Burlington), and Dwinell Country Ales (Goldendale, WA). A couple of hyper-local West Seattle homers will be there, too: Future Primitive Brewing and Best of Hands Barrelhouse. Add to that some revered, recognizable producers from across the country, like Brewery Ommegang, North Coast Brewing, and The Lost Abbey, and everyone is sure to find something, or a lot of things, they’ll like.

On Friday the event kicks off at 5:00 and goes until 10:00. On Saturday, the event kicks off at 3:00 and goes until 10:00. Note that there is a special VIP option that gets you in at 1:30 on Saturday for some special tasting opportunities. Before the Saturday session, at 2:45, join in the .5K Fun Run to support the West Seattle Food Bank. After 10:00 on both nights, join the #NotDoneYetAfterParty.

There are several different ticket options for this event, so study the ticket website to see what’s available. BUY TICKETS

The Alki Masonic Hall is located at 4736 40th Ave SW, Seattle. (MAP.) Route 21, route 50, and Rapid Ride C Line will get you within easy walking distance of the event.

Breweries
Fremont Brewing
Reuben’s Brews
Best of Hands Barrelhouse
Deschutes Brewing
Camp Colvos Brewing
Future Primitive Brewing
Counterbalance Brewing
The Lost Abbey
Great Notion Brewing
Bale Breaker Brewing
Matchless Brewing
Urban Family Brewing
Aslan Brewing
Brewery Ommegang
Standard Brewing
pFriem Family Brewers
North Coast Brewing
Dwinell Country Ales
Jellyfish Brewing
Seattle Lite Brewing
Wander Brewing
Fortside Brewing
Garden Fermentation Project
Skookum Brewing
(more may be added)

Music
DJ Indica Jones
Marmalade
Fly Moon Royalty
DJ Mister Moon (a.k.a. DJ d.Moon, A Dude Called Moon, Moonski, Mayor McMoon)
Crystal & Quiet

You can find the schedule on the event website.

 

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Bale Breaker Brewing giving away the Ultimate Hop Country Experience

Mon, 08/05/2019 - 2:58pm

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For beer lovers, touring a hop farm during harvest is something very special. It is a rare peek behind the curtain, where you’ll witness the hop-harvesting and hop-processing operation with your own two eyes. It’s a chance to see what is inside the hoppy version of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Problem is, the opportunity is rare. It’s a busy time of year for the Oompa Loompas on the hop farm, so unless you work for a brewery or have some other legitimate reason to be there, it’s an invitation you are not likely to receive. Consider this a golden ticket. Bale Breaker Brewing is offering an opportunity for your hoppiest dreams to come true.

Images from Facebook and Instagram.

Bale Breaker is currently running a contest on Instagram and the winner gets an amazing hop country experience. Basically, you need to post a photo, video, or well-composed story that proclaims your love for Bale Breaker’s beer. Obviously, this requires that you follow them on Instagram, but why wouldn’t you? (Follow them on Facebook and on the web too.)

Wonderous Things Await You

The winner of this contest will get a trip to Hop Country USA (Yakima area) for a group of four. You’ll experience the hop harvest up close, including a private tour of Loftus Ranches, a leading hop producer located just outside of Yakima in the town of Moxee, Washington.

Photo by Kendall Jones.

Along with that, a VIP tour and tasting experience at Bale Breaker Brewing, $150 worth of Bale Breaker gear (and/or beer), two rooms for one night at downtown Yakima’s luxurious Hotel Maison, and $150 at one of Yakima’s top restaurants, Crafted.

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The Instagram post below explains the rules, or you can visit this website for more details.  Don’t forget to use the following hashtags: #BaleBreaker #FreshOffTheFarm

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Are you interested in winning the ULTIMATE hop country experience? Join us in a Bale Breaker summer contest, where one lucky winner will win a trip for 4 to Hop Country, USA. ⁠ ⁠ The rules are simple: show us how much you love Bale Breaker! It’s up to you what that looks like – we just need some kind of photo/video as proof of entry. Whether that’s a photo of you and your fave Bale Breaker beer in your perfect summer spot; a video of you screaming your love for us off of a mountain-side; or a perfectly composed love letter about your undying devotion to hops. Post your video or photo on Instagram, with the hashtag #HopCountryGetaway to be considered – make sure your submission is public, so we can see it! You can always slide into our DMs with the submission, or email it to us at info@balebreaker.com. Submit your entry to us by Labor Day (September 2nd) and we’ll pick one lucky winner to win the grand prize.⁠ ⁠ What’s at stake: You and 3 of your friends will get to come visit us in Hop Country, USA during hop harvest on a weekend of your choosing in September for the ultimate farm-to-beer experience. Here’s what you’ll win:⁠ -Behind-the-scenes hop farm tour at Loftus Ranches during the annual hop harvest – a one of a kind view into the hops that go into your favorite beers.⁠ -Bale Breaker VIP brewery tour & guided tasting experience⁠ -$150 for access to all the Bale Breaker gear (and beer) you could ever want⁠ -Two rooms for one night at Hotel Maison in downtown Yakima⁠ -$150 to one of Yakima’s best restaurants, Crafted⁠ ⁠ Complete details at the link in our bio – can't wait to see what you come up with! #BaleBreaker #FreshOffTheFarm

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New breweries continue to spring eternal in Washington – 10 new brewery openings

Sat, 08/03/2019 - 12:08pm

By Kendall Jones, Washington Beer Blog

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A lot of folks are worried about brewery closures and market saturation. I don’t have a crystal ball. I don’t know which brewery will be the next one to close, but I do know which brewery will not be the next one to close: the one that makes really good beer and continually captures the admiration and imagination of the beer-drinking public.

While the “sky is falling” crowd sits around shaking their fists at the heavens, waiting for the next bit of bad news, here are some of the breweries that opened recently in Washington. Will they all survive? Do they all make amazing beer? I do not know. No doubt, I’ve missed some. No doubt, we might have a different interpretation of the word “recently.” Some of these are really new, others are just new to me. What did I miss? Share what you know.

509 Bierwerks in Wenatchee – The latest addition to Wenatchee’s “Brewers Row.” Beer and food from the same folks who operate Fresh Burger Café in Leavenworth. https://www.facebook.com/509-Bierwerks-1034737913355221/

Photo from Facebook.

Bardic Brewing in Spokane Valley – Currently operating out of a residential location in Spokane Valley with very limited hours. Like, they’re open to the public for two hours a week on Thursdays. Working on opening a retail location. Sounds like they may already have a lease.  https://www.facebook.com/BardicBrewing/

Photo from Facebook.

Brewgenix Brewing in Tacoma – A small-batch, production-only brewery. Residential location, back yard, shed, that’s about all I know. https://www.facebook.com/BrewgenixC/

Dubtown Brewing in Renton – Located in a new building in downtown Renton, Dubtown Brewing opened its brewery and family-friendly taproom last month.  https://www.facebook.com/dubtownbrewingco/

Dubtown Brewing, from Facebook.

Explorer Brewing in Kelso – Totally new to me. Got a random tip: “You guys should check out Explorer Brewing in Kelso.” Facebook and the internet didn’t reveal any information except that it does exist. https://www.facebook.com/Explorer-Brewing-Company-642979682858343/

Precious Things Fermentation Project in Spokane – Well, “In Spokane” is probably inaccurate, exactly. It’s in a rural location outside of Spokane. Don’t know much beyond what I see on Instagram. I want to go there!  https://www.instagram.com/preciousthingsbeer/

Precious Things Fermentation Project. Photo from Instagram.

Snapshot Brewing in Seattle – It’s a nano-brewery with a tasting room located near the corner of 80th and Greenwood. That’s about all I know. https://www.instagram.com/snapshotbrewing/

Snapshot Brewing. Photo from Instagram.

Squirrel Fight Artisan Brewing in Moses Lake – We reported about them recently.

Stemma Brewing in Bellingham – The latest addition to the Bellingham brewing scene opened its taproom at the end of June. Conveniently located right between Kulshan Brewing’s two locations. https://www.facebook.com/stemmabrewing/

Stemma Brewing. Photo from Instagram.

Taneum Creek Brewing in Cle Ellum – Fantastic location just east of downtown on Hwy 970. Haven’t been there yet. https://www.facebook.com/TaneumCreekBrewing/

 

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