Today is one of the most popular days of Seattle Beer Week, especially for those sour beer lovers amongst us. The main attraction, Sourfest at Brouwer’s Cafe, is sure to be the focus of many people’s SBW plans for the day. However, there are still plenty of other events worth mentioning from Reuben’s, Naked City, Toronado, Bottleworks, Georgetown Brewing, and the Washington Brewshed Alliance. Let’s check them out:
11AM – Sourfest at Brouwer’s Cafe:
Brouwer’s will replace just about every tap with a delicious sour beer from around the world.Beers/ciders from 10 Barrel, Almanac, Bear Republic, BFM, Boulevard, Crux, Destihl, Double Mountain, E9, Elysian, Evil Twin, Finn River, Firestone Walker, Logsdon, Lost Abbey, Magic Rock, Mikkeller, New Belgium, Paradox, pFriem, Perennial, Russian River, Telegraph, The Bruery and MORE!
3PM – Brewshed® Thank You Thursday at Reuben’s Brews:
Join the Washington Wild Brewshed® Alliance at Reuben’s Brews for a Thank You Thursday & Brewshed® Happy Hour combination! Throughout the entire day Reuben’s Brews will be donating $1 per pint sold to Washington Wild in honor of the Brewshed® Alliance and their Thank You Thursday Program.
The Brewshed® Alliance is an outreach initiative designed to help people make a simple, but vital connection: protected water makes superior downstream beer. As part of this initiative Washington Wild works with over 30 different breweries and beer community partners throughout the state like Reuben’s Brews to raise awareness and funds to help keep Washington wild, green and full of great beer. So come out and join us for a pint of bloody good beer between 3 PM and 9 PM!
3PM Georgetown’s Bob’s Brown Release at Nickerson Street Saloon:
Bob’s birthday is the day we release our limited edition Bob’s Brown Ale and have a big ol’ party in his honor at the Nickerson Street Saloon. All proceeds from the sale of Bob’s Brown Ale goes to Ronald McDonald House Charities, providing a home away from home for Seattle Children’s patients and families.
6PM Ballast Point Variant Beer Night at Bottleworks:
Ballast Point Variant talk with VP of Brewing Colby Chandler. Try base beers and special variants. Limited to 20 attendees.
6PM Old 48 Imp Stout w/ Naked City Ride at Toronado-Seattle:
Don Webb and Matt Bonney and his staff helped in designing and brewing the Old 48 imperial Stout with Prunes, Green Raisins and Dates for SBW 2015. This beer named after the 48 bus, you can take from the front door of Naked City to front door of Toronado Seattle. We will be taking the first keg on the 48 bus to Toronado for this Beer Week event! Big Daddy form the Toronado SF will be join us on this epic journey on public transit… Meet at 7 at Naked City for beers, then we smuggle the keg on the bus!