Seattle has always inspired and supported a great maker culture. Think of all the great products, companies, and trends that found their initial spark here in the Emerald City. From commercial airliners to computer software, from Starbucks to REI, from Theo Chocolate to Beecher’s Cheese, and countless other lesser-known producers of all kinds. There’s something in the water around here that inspires people to create.
Seattle Made is a collaboration of over 600 urban producers and manufacturers working together to find and share the resources they need to “make it” in Seattle. If you produce a physical product in Seattle, you should probably join Seattle Made.
Fremont Brewing teamed up with Seattle Made to do what it does best: make a beer. On Thursday, August 5th they’ll release a special, limited-release beer: Seattle Made Hazy Pale Ale. Proceeds from the beer benefit Seattle Good Business Network.
Here is the announcement from Seattle Good Business Network regarding the beer and how you can secure tickets to the release event:
IT’S HERE – THE SEATTLE MADE BEER!
This hazy pale ale was brewed to celebrate the makers of Seattle! Fremont Brewing is a family-owned craft brewery founded in 2009, and a long-time member of Seattle Made. They brew small-batch artisan beers in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle for life’s adventures, made with the best local ingredients they can find.
This beer will only be around for a short time so be sure to join us at this event or head to your local grocery store (Metropolitan Market, among others ) to pick up a four-pack!
When: Thursday, August 5, 2021, 5 – 8 pm
Where: Fremont Brewing Urban Beer Garden, 1050 N 34th St, Seattle
Cost: $7 or $30 for limited edition Seattle Made package
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events calendar.