Author: Kendall Jones

Freelance writer, freestyle beer drinker, and producer of the Washington Beer Blog.

Tickets Now On Sale for Spokane Oktoberfest

Tickets are now on sale for the 3rd Annual Spokane Oktoberfest. Hosted and organized by the Washington Beer Commission this event takes place at Riverfront…

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Happening This Weekend

Looking for something to do this weekend? Look no further. Here are some ideas. What else is happening this weekend? Leave a comment. Friday, August…

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Two Beers Brewing Releasing the First Fresh Hop Beer of the Season

This year’s version of Two Beers Brewing Fresh Hop will be released at the brewery on Friday, August 31. Two Beers Brewing has an advantage…

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An Outsider’s Impression of WA Beer: 107 Breweries in 2 Weeks

Rich La Susa is a man on a mission. To say he gets around is an understatement. To date, he has visited more than 1,200…

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The Elephant in the Room: Dirty Draft Beer Lines

We all want our draft beer to taste brewery-fresh no matter where we drink it. Well, at least as close as reasonably possible. The breweries…

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New Brews from American Brewing – Special Release Events

Skip Madsen, Brewmaster at American Brewing Company, is about to release an Imperial IPA. Now that have your attention, here is the rest of the…

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This Week: Snipes Mountain Brings its Creative & Sour Brews to Seattle

Snipes Mountain Brewing of Sunnyside, Washington comes to Seattle for two very special events this week: one at the Beveridge Place Pub and the other…

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Hempfest versus Hopfest

This past weekend, approximately 50,000 people converged upon Myrtle Edwards Park on Seattle’s waterfront for Seattle Hempfest. We all know what Hempfest celebrates. It is…

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