Ballard Beerfest this Weekend

Ballard Beer FestBallard Seafood Festival is this weekend, and with it comes the second year of Ballard BeerFest. After enjoying some of the delectable options that come with Seafood Fest you can head on over near the main stage and enjoy a pint or two (or three) of some of the great beer options available.

On hand will be:

  • 2nd Chance Brewing
  • Georgetown Brewing
  • Pike Brewing
  • American Brewing
  • Hale’s Ales
  • Populuxe
  • Bad Jimmy’s
  • Hilliard’s
  • Red Hook
  • Breakside
  • Ninkasi
  • Reuben’s Brews
  • Chuckanut
  • North Coast
  • Scuttlebutt
  • Double Mountain
  • NW Peaks
  • Seattle Cider
  • Elysian
  • Odin
  • Stoup
  • Fort George
  • Peddler
  • Two Beers

So swing by for a few choice brews after enjoying delicious seafood from some of Ballard’s best eateries.

We’ll see you out there. Cheers!

Ballard Beer Company Opens Today

No, we are not bringing you news of another new brewery in Ballard. Instead, we are excited to share the opening today (at 4PM) of a new bottle shop and pub, Ballard Beer Company, located next to Cupcake Royale on Market Street.

Ballard Beer Company will have 15 rotating taps, typically featuring some of the best options from the Ballard and Fremont neighborhoods, as well as a wide assortment of bottles (coming soon). They’ll also be welcoming local brewers for Brewers Night every Thursday. This is sure to be a favorite spot for people after the Ballard Sunday Farmer’s Market as well!

Ballard Beer Company is a great addition to the community in Ballard. For all of the great breweries that have sprung up in the area in recent years, the neighborhood has (in our opinion) sorely lacked a quality bottle shop and beer-first pub.

One of our favorite things to do on the weekend, especially in this nice weather, is to wander around Ballard enjoying all of the great offerings from the neighborhood breweries. As fun as that can be, we’re thrilled that we won’t necessarily need to meander about in order to enjoy some of our favorite local brews.

Stop on by Ballard Beer Company tonight to welcome them to the neighborhood!

Let The Day-Drinking Begin!

With summer in full swing, there is nothing like sitting in your backyard, with the grill going and drinking a nice refreshing beer. Lucky for us, Seattleites, we have many awesome places that have great beers that will keep you hydrated for the summer heat. Here are a few beers and breweries that is worth trying and checking out while you are relaxing on a nice Seattle summer day.

Fremont Brewing

Located in the heart of Fremont (obviously), this is one of my personal favorite breweries. Not only do they consistantly produce great beer, but the atmosphere here exemplifies the Seattle culture. You will see people having birthday parties, bicyclist, moms holding their babies in one hand and a beer in the other, and awesome dogs! They recently expanded their beer garden, allowing for more outdoor seating, which is perfect on a nice Seattle Summer afternoon! Here are a few beers that will keep you cool from the heat.

  • Randall (They change this beer almost daily, so it will be a nice surprise!)
  • Wandering Wheat
  • Summer Ale
  • Midnight Rider

Also, checkout all the other breweries that are in the area; there is probably about 10 of them all within 10 mins driving distance from Fremont Brewery!

                                                                                                                                                  

Elysian Brewery

With various location around Seattle, Elysian Brewery is an awesome place to get great beer. If you are near one of the breweries on a nice summer day, definitely stop in and try these beers to refresh yourself.

  • Dayglow  IPA (Available May- Aug)
  • Superfuzz (Available May- July)

                                                                                                                                                  

Spinnaker Bay Brewing

Located in Columbia/ Hillman City, South Seattle, this brewery is an awesome brewery that popped up in the south end. With different food trucks on rotation every week, this is a perfect place to spend a nice summer day. Here are a few beers that they have on tap.

  • High Heel Imperial IPA
  • Little Dinghy Blonde Ale (Seasonal)
  • Island Time Toasted Coconut Porter (Seasonal)

                                                                                                                                                  

Big Block Brewing

Big Block Brewing  is a Nano-brewery located in Sammamish in a residential neighborhood. What makes this place very unique and awesome is the production is in the guys two-car garage. But don’t let that scare you.  The owner is very friendly gentleman and will make you feel at home.  Here are a few beers to try.

  • Honey Ale
  • IPA
  • Raspberry Blonde

                                                                                                                                                  

Chuck’s Hop Shop

With two location in Seattle, Ballard on 85th and The Central District on Union St., Chuck’s is my go-to place to get a pint of beer or a bottle for me to take home. With 38 different beers on tap at the Ballard locations and 50 different beers on tap at the Central District location, there is plenty of beers for you to try. From ciders to stouts aged in oak barrels, Chuck’s will have a beer for you! Oh yeah, I forgot to mention their bottle selection with over 100 different kinds of beer from around the world! This place is a must if you want explore and try new beers without the hassle of going to multiple breweries. They also have food trucks everyday of the week, so you can pair your beer with awesome food!

                                                                                                                                                  

There are many beers and breweries that I did not mentions because there are just too many places out there. This is a snippet of the beers and breweries that Seattle has to offer. I really hope you all get a chance to checkout these places and also try all the summer beers out there! Feel free to leave a comment on which beers and breweries that you have checked out!

*Keep in mind that since a few of these beers are seasonal, they will run out and might be sold out when you get there!

As always, please drink responsibly and be safe this summer!

Day 10 – The Penultimate

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The next to last day of Seattle Beer Week brings you a few more chances to get out and have your fun before we have to say goodbye. Some of the events today will be taking place outside, so luckily it looks like we’re in for a fairly decent day as well; the rain should hold off and it’s fairly temperate out there right now. Anyway, we’ll keep this short since we know you’d rather be out there maximinizing what time you have left enjoying the festivities.

Today’s highlights include:

2nd Annual Hot Dog Festival at Seapine Brewing 12PM:

For $5, you will receive a beer and a giant gourmet hot dog; this might be a better deal than Costco! Fans from last year recall the bountiful toppings stations. They’ve got the basics, but also chili, onions, cream cheese and nacho cheese. Come hungry and thirsty! Pets and children welcome.

 

Big Naked Washers Tourny at Naked City 1PM:

Big Time Brewing and Naked City Brewing present the First Annual Big Naked Washers Tournament. The game of brewers is meant to be played with a beer in hand, and there’s no better place to imbibe outdoors than the Walrus Beer Garden at Naked City.

Hosted by Drew Cluley from Big Time and Don Webb from Naked City, the Big Naked Washers Tournament invites brewers, beer folk, and all friendly people with a hankering to throw some washers or heckle from the peanut gallery.

All breweries with a team in the tournament will have a special beer on tap in the Walrus Beer Garden. Brews and Breweries to be announced.

Open play and lessons begin at 1pm; tournament play starts at 2pm. Space for 16 teams, two people per team.

Email bryan@nakedcitybrewing.com to register your team while spots are available!

 

Some Like it Hot – Chili Beer Festival at Chuck’s Hop Shop CD – All Day:

Some people might call us crazy… And they might be right, but we’re blazing ahead anyway! Chuck’s Central District is hosting Seattle’s first ever chili beer festival, testing your tolerance for capsaicin. We’ll be tapping pepper beers from all across the Northwest and beyond. Jalapenos, habaneros, serranos, poblanos… You name it, they’ll have it in a beer! And not just beer, either–chilis and apples will be coming together for some refreshingly spicy ciders! How hot can you handle it? This is an event we’ve been waiting for since it was first announced. As huge pepper beer fans, you can be sure we’ll be there for a good part of the day. Stay tuned to their website where they’ll have the taplist ready.

 

3rd Annual Luau Party with Maui Brewing at The Noble Fir 4PM:

This is always a Tropical Blowout with Rare Beers and Old Standbys from Maui. Bring your leis, grass skirts, and coconut bras.

 

Washington Craft Spirit Fest at Burgundian 6PM:

Burgundian got together with a bunch of local distilleries and brought there barrels in to fremont where we are aging a rye saison in each barrel. This event will feature 5-7 beers from fremont and 10 distilleries. Flights food pairing and cocktials.

Captive Spirits Big Gin – Barrel Aged Beer
Oola – Barrel aged Beer
Westland – Barrel Aged Beer
Dry Fly – Barrel aged beer
2 Bar – Barrel Aged Beer
The Hardware Distilling Co.
broVo Spirits
Woodinville

 

SOS for OSO at Skylark Cafe 7PM:

Get out and drink for a good cause: A Benefit for the victime of the mud slide.
Local musicians volunteering their talents:
Goldbar, AudioChunk, MidNight Graves, Urban Music Farm’s select bands and guests.
All proceeds from door, raffle and 1$ per drink will be donated to Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation and the Animal Rescue Foundation.
Click Wholesale Distributors, associated breweries, and other businesses will match raised proceeds.

Donating Breweries:
Double Mountain Brewery, OR
Bellevue Brewing Co., WA
Bitburger, Germany
Uinta, UT
The Bruery, CA
Chuckanut, WA
Hale’s Ales, WA
Belukus Importers
Avery Brewing, WA
Pike Pub and Brewing Co., WA

 

That’s it. There’s plenty more available for you to do today but those are our highlights. Time to get out and enjoy the day. Cheers!

 

Day 9 – The Homestretch

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We’re almost there folks, just a few days left in Seattle Beer Week 2014. Hopefully your liver has survived the first 8 days and you’re ready to finish strong this weekend. You’re going to need it to be in tiptop shape in order to do so, especially with what’s brewing today (pun intended).

Midnight Sun Night at The Noble Fir 4PM:

The Noble Fir, a lovely and cozy place to enjoy amazing beer in Ballard, features SIX Midnight Sun beers on tap. JOIN IN for some specialty beers not usually available on tap Outside Alaska. Doors open at 4 PM.

Barn Burner Belgian Red Ale
8.5% ABV 27 IBUs
Nicely hopped yet still malty Belgian Red, brewed with Saison yeast

Brewtality Espresso Black Beer
9.7% ABV 17 IBUs
Robust yet smooth Black Bier, aged with locally roasted espresso coffee beans

Meltdown Double IPA
8.0% ABV 80 IBUs
Golden IPA that packs a punch in both hop character and strength

Arctic Devil Barley Wine
13.2% ABV 20 IBUs
Longtime award-winning English-style Barley Wine, aged in bourbon oak barrels
*Honorable Mention at Hard Liver Barley Wine Fest 2014

I’ll Have Another Coffee Stout
7.1% ABV 30 IBUs
A collaborative recipe brewed by 4 different Alaska breweries – this is Midnight Sun’s version

Son of Berserker “Small” Imperial Stout
6.9% ABV 20 IBUs

 

Elysian Unusuals at The Yard 4PM:

Barrel aged, sours and more. Happy Hour Beer and food pairings.

 

Break it Down with Breakside at The Pine Box 5PM:

The gang from Breakside is rolling through with a bag of goodies.

On Tap:
Apollo & Dionysus – ?ABV Gin Barrel¬-Aged Sour Saison with Flowers
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec – 12% ABV Strong amber ale made with cacao/chocolate nibs and two types of chilies that was aged in freshly emptied bourbon barrels.
India Golden Ale – 8.10% ABV Golden Double India Pale ALe
Oud Cuir Belgian Dark Ale
Pilsner – 5.1% ABV traditional German-style lager.
Spring Kolsch
Wanderlust IPA – 6.6% ABV India Pale Ale
Woodlawn Pale Ale – 5.4% ABV Hoppy Pale Ale

 

And last but not least, the big one for today…..BODACIOUS BREWFEST! 

This event kicks off at Beveridge Place Pub at 2PM and is one of the most popular events every year, just check out our reader poll of favorite events from 2013 SBW (it finished second to Sour Fest). The event features as many unusual beers as they can come up with. Odd ones, rare ones, new ones, etc. Barrel-aged brews, sour beers, fruit & spice beers, and more! Taster trays are definitely encouraged, you’ll want to try them all!

BPP has started to roll out a list of tray options for this years event including:

Bodacious Breakfast Tray: Pike MapleStout, GreatDivide EspressoYeti, LostCoast Tangerine, EvilTwin ImperialDoughnut, Mikkeller BeerGeekBacon

Bodacious Barrel Tray: Brews from Sound, Foggy Noggin, Against the Grain, Bainbridge Island, & Sierra Nevada!

Bodacious Fruit Tray: 21A Monk’sBlood, JollyPumpkin MaricaiboEspeciale, NewBelgium Pardebloem, Ommegang Fire&Blood, Big Al/Finnriver Graff

Bodacious Sour Tray: LocalOption KentuckyCommon, NakedCity BarrelSour, Almanac ValleyoftheHeart’sDelight, Snipes Jackal, NorthSound StrawbRhub

Bodacious Hoppy Tray: Bellevue Wheat Triple IPA, Denali Big DIPA, Harmon Rajah IIPA, Black Market Liberation IIPA, Lazy Boy Triple IPA!

This is a CAN’T MISS event! We’ll see you over there!

 

Well folks, that’s all for today. We hope to see you out there this weekend enjoying the last few days of SBW2014. Cheers!

Day 8 – Time to Pucker Up

Well we cleared humpday and are finally on the backend of our work week. Thankfully Seattle Beer Week has helped us pass the time…. or maybe it made having to be at work even worse? Either way, there are again some great options today. However, we’ll only be focusing on the main event….Sour Fest at Brouwer’s. This is one of the most popular events to take place throughout all of beer week; it finished first in our reader poll of the 2013 Seattle Beer Week Favorite Events with 27.8% of the vote (followed closely by Bodacious Beverages Brewfest at 22.2% – happening again this Friday). Sour Fest kicks off today at 11AM and continues until closing.

So, if you’re ready for some sour beer?  Here is the list to start things off:

All pours are 12oz unless otherwise stated

10 Barrel  Cucumber Berlinerweisse (4%) Bend ………………………………..$7.00

10 Barrel Apricot Berlinerweisse (4.2%) Bend ………………………………….$7.00

10 Barrel Sparkle Party (4 %) Bend………………………………………………..$7.00

Almanac Bbl-Aged Pèche (7%) San Francisco ……………………………….. $9.00

Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Pluot (6%) San Francisco………………………. $9.00

Almanac Valley of the Heart’s Delight (7%) San Francisco……………….. $9.00

Anderson Valley Grand Cru (8%) Boonville……………………………………. $9.00

Ballast Point Sour Wench Berlinerweisse (6%) San Diego………………….. $9.00

Bear Republic Tartare Berlinerweisse ’12 (4%) Healdsburg………………..$6.00(6oz)

Big Al Time Capsule August ‘08 (6%) White Center………………………….. $9.00

Birrificio Del Ducato Frambozschella (5%) Soragna…………………………$9.00(6oz)

Black Raven King Dandy (8.5%) Redmond……………………………………… $7.00

Boneyard Funky Bunch (6%) Bend…………………………………………………$8.00

Breakside A Saison in Hell ( %) Portland………………………………………..$9.00

Breakside Kriek with Brett (7.9%) Portland………………………………………$9.00

Cantillon  Rosé de Gambrinus ’13 (5%) Brussels……………………………….$10.00(6oz)

Cantillon Cuvée Saint Gilloise ’13 (5%) Brussels……………………………….$10.00(6oz)

Cascade Cherry Bourbonic Plague (12.6%) Portland………………………..$7.00(6oz)

Cascade Elderberry (8.1%) Portland……………………………………………….$6.00(6oz)

Cascade Live Barrel: Grenadine (8%) Portland………………………………..$6.00(6oz)

Cascade Live Barrel: L’aGent Orange (10.7%) Portland……………………$6.00(6oz)

Cascade Live Barrel: Marshmallow Apples (8%) Portland…………………..$6.00(6oz)

Cascade Supracot (8.5%) Portland…………………………………………………$6.00(6oz)

Crux Fermentation Banished Better Off Red Flanders Red (6%) Bend…..$6.00(6oz)

Double Mountain Devil’s Kriek (9%) Hood River………………………………$8.00(6oz)

Double Mountain Rainier Kriek ’12 (9.4%) Hood River……………………..$8.00(6oz)

Elysian Black Bretty (4.8%) Seattle…………………………………………………$6.00(12oz)

Engine House #9 End of an Era Wild Ale (6%) Tacoma……………………. $9.00

Engine House #9 Rhubarb Wild (6%)Tacoma…………………………………..$7.00(6oz)

Epic Beet Down Sour (6%) Seattle………………………………………………….$9.00

Finnriver Sour Cider (6%) Chimacum……………………………………………..$6.00(6oz)

Firestone Walker Agrestic Sour Ale (6.1%) Paso Robles…………………….$7.00(6oz)

Green Flash Super Freak (10.7%) San Diego …………………………………. $9.00

Hales Sour Porter Nitro (7%) Seattle………………………………………………$5.00

Local Option/Against the Grain Kentucky Common Wild Ale (6.5%) ……$6.00(6oz)

Logsdon Cerasus (8.5%) Hood River………………………………………………$7.00(6oz)

Logsdon Peche and Brett (10%) Hood River……………………………………$7.00(6oz)

Lompoc Cherry Christmas (5%) Portland………………………………………..$9.00

Lost Abbey Brouwer’s Imagination #2 ’10 (9.5%) San Marcos…………..$6.00(6oz)

Lost Abbey Red Poppy (6.5%) San Marcos……………………………………..$6.00(6oz)

Mikkeller/To ØL Betelgeuze (5.5%) Oostvleteren………………………………$9.00(6oz)

Naked City Wild At Heart (8%) Seattle…………………………………………..$9.00

New Belgium Biere De Mars (Leopold Peach Whisky Barrels)(6.2%)FC. $7.00

New Belgium Lips of Faith La Folie ’12 (6%) Fort Collins………………… $7.00

New Belgium Lips of Faith Le Terroir ’13 (7.5%) Fort Collins……………. $8.00

New Belgium Transatlantique Kriek (8%) Fort Collins………………………. $8.00

Oakshire Bellatrix ½ Tribute to Belgian Beer ( 5.4%) Eugene ……………..$9.00    

Port Townsend Chet’s Kriek (5.5%) Port Townsend………………………….. $8.00

Propolis Ostara Chamomile Saison (7.4%) Port Townsend………………… $9.00

Russian River Supplication ’10 (7%)..Santa Rosa…………………………….$9.00(6oz)

Schooner Exact No Sacc ( 5.5%) Seattle………………………………………….$9.00

Silver City Le Fat (10%) Silverdale…………………………………………………$9.00

Snipes Mountain Quinceañera Prieta (7.8%) Sunnyside……………………. $8.00

Struise Weltmerz Blond Sour (3%) Oostvleteren ……………………………….$8.00(6oz)

Surly Pentegram (6.66%) Minneapolis …………………………………………..$8.00

Telegraph Obscura Vulpine (5.5%) Santa Barbara…………………………… $9.00

The Bruery Rueuze (5.9%) Placentia………………………………………………$7.00(6oz)

The Bruery Sour in the Rye ’13 (8.7%) Placentia……………………………..$7.00(6oz)

The Commons Trillium (7.7%) Portland………………………………………….$7.00

Upright Gose (5.2%) Portland……………………………………………………….$7.00

 

There are only a few days left of Beer Week so we hope you get out to enjoy this event today. It’s one of the best that SBW has to offer and we’ll certainly be there. As always, have fun and stay safe. And if your face starts to look like this, then it may be time to go home.

Sour Beer Face

 

Day 7 – Beer Week, Your Hump-day Remedy

We just cleared the halfway point hurdle of Seattle Beer Week, the finish line is in sight, now if only we could survive the rest of the work week. Beer week is here to help you with that. 

Today’s main events include:

Firkin-Firkin at Elysian Capitol Hill 12-8PM:

This year it’s an ALL STAR lineup (and cask battle) picked by two of Elysian’s founders – Dick and Dave. There will be 18 casks competing against each other for best in show. You decide the winners. 

Dave’s Picks : Sierra Nevada Hoptimum IPA, Rogue 7 Hop IPA, Balebreaker 41 Pale, Machine House Mild, Ecliptic India Wheat Ale, Stoop Porter, RAM Galactic Brown Ale, Elysian ESB, Firestone Walker Pale 31 

Dick’s Picks : Port Mongo 2XIPA, New Belgium Felix and Rampant Blend, Virtue Cider English Cider, Logsdon Seizoen Bretta, Anderson Valley Horse Tongue, Elysian Dayglow IPA and a couple surprises!

 

Can you Handle my Randall at The Pine Box 5PM:

The Twelve Randalls return again to have you asking, “what the F*** did you put in my beer?” Oregon “vs” Washington Edition

Participating Breweries: 

Breakside – Apollo & Dionysus through chrysanthemum flowers

Crux - Pilsner with lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and thai chiles.

Gigantic – Too Much Coffee Man with Cocoa Nibs and Chili

Double Mt. - Molten Lava with Simcoe Hops and Bourbon Soaked Wood Chops

Fort George - Vortex through Mango, Pineapple and Grapefruit

pFriem - IPA with Whole Leaf Citra Hops

Fremont – Summer with Grapefreuit, Belma Hops, & Rosemary

Machne House - Dandelion Pale with Stinging Nettles, Wasabi Root, & Pineapple

Backwoods - ridge run stout with coffee beans, and Golden Grahams

Schooner Exact - 8% ABV Imperial Stout poured through chocolate covered marshmallows and cinnamon sticks

E9 - Farmhouse Un(1) – 6.5% ABV Barrel fermented Brett beer with citra, peaches and peach hi-chew.

Skagit - 10% ABV Trumpeter Imperial Stout with Orange Whiskey & Bitters

And because we were inspired by Dogfish Head for the Randalls we’re throwing their Worldwide Stout on the Randall inside with Cocoa Nibs and Coffee Beans.

 

The Final Showdown: WA vs OR vs CA at Burgundian 6-11PM

The Final Show Down!!! 
Elysian (WA), Boneyard(OR) and Firestone Walker (CA). 7 beers from each brewery of thier choice. Trophy is handed to the winner at midnight. Beer list includes:

Boneyard 
RPM IPA 
Black 13 Black Ale 
Hop Venom Double IPA 
Notorious Triple IPA 
Skunkape IRA 
Funky Bunch Wild Ale 
Bourbon Barrel Black 13 Black Ale

Elysian 
Super Fuzz Blood Orange Pale 
Dayglow IPA 
Black Bretty Sour Ale 
Dread Imperial Stout 
Squeeze Box (Berry Imperial Pale) 
Same Mistake (Rye IPA) 
Honeycomb Nitro Oatmeal Honey Blonde

Firestone Walker 
Easy Jack Session IPA 
Double Jack Imperial IPA 
DBA Unfiltered British Pale Ale 
Agrestic American wild red ale 
16th Anniversary Barrel – Aged Blend 
Winter Wookey Blended Strong Ale 
Stickee Monkee Central Coast Quad

 

Oregon Legends Night at Naked City 6-9PM:

This legendary night is back with an all-star cast of brewers and specialty beers from EIGHT of Oregon’s finest breweries. You won’t find this amazing line-up of 32 beers anywhere else! Talk hops with Jamie Floyd, founder of Ninkasi, Christian Ettinger, Owner/Brewmaster Hopworks Urban Brewery, Josh Pfriem, founder of Pfriem, John Harris, founder of Ecliptic, along with the head brewers and founders of Oakshire, Breakside, Double Mountain, 10 Barrel, and Hopworks Urban Brewing (HUB). Holey moley! Each brewer has handpicked four great beers, including a few rare specialties for this epic night.

Oregon night is always a special treat. Here’s the lineup: 

HUB 

Kronan Baltic Porter (Wine and Bourbon Barrel Aged with Organic Sour Cherries and Vanilla Bean, 9.5 ABV) 
Army of Darkness (Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, 11.1 ABV) 
Tripel (Belgian-style Triple, 8.7 ABV) 
Eis Eis Baby! (Eisbock, 12.2 ABV) 

Ninkasi

Helles Bock (7.0 ABV) 
Oak Aged Sleigh’r (strong) 
Imperiale Stout (9.1 ABV) 
Dawn of the Red IRA (7.0 ABV) 

Breakside

India Golden Ale (8.1 ABV) 
PIlsner (5.1 ABV) 
Bourbon Barrel Aged Aztec (Heaven Hill barrel-aged with chocolate and chillies, strong) 
Brett Saison (Rustic farmhouse ale brewed with three yeast strains, 6.3 ABV) 

Oakshire

Ill Tempered Goat (Brown Ale with coffee, 6.8 ABV) 
PTO Pale Ale (5.7 ABV) 
Nitro Espresso Stout (5.8 ABV) 
Watershed IPA (6.7 ABV) 

10 Barrel

Sam IPA (Simco, Amarillo, Mosaic 89 IBUs, 6.8 ABV) 
Oregon Brown IPA (6.7 ABV) 
Sour Brown Aged on Tart Cherries (5.9 ABV) 
Paramount Pale (6.5 ABV) 

Pfriem

Mosaic IPA 
Black Saison 
Winter Ale 
Strong Belgian 

Double Mountain

Hoperation #7 
Carrie Ladd 
Rusty Zipper 
Molten Lava 

Ecliptic – TBA 

 

There are plenty of other great events to enjoy today and tonight but these are the ones we’re most excited about. Have fun out there.

Cheers!