This weekend in Snohomish, Washington, five breweries will participate in Fruit Scoot n Boogie. It’s a sort of collaboration beer fest at five locations.
I have scoured the list of 450-ish beers that Washington brewers intend to pour at this weekend’s Washington Brewers Festival. Below I provide a list…
Time for the Washington Brewers Festival. I’ve checked out all available information and have some marching orders for you, along with some critical intel.
You are invited to a guided, comparative tasting event featuring beers from Fullers Brewery versus beers from Foggy Noggin Brewing. Led by a former Fullers head brewer. Limited tickets available, so don’t delay.
More and more breweries are hosting live music these days. That’s a good thing, especially when done properly.
Seattle’s Hale’s Ales Brewery has been sold. The building, not the brand/beers. The new owner is offering it as turnkey brewery opportunity, or something else. The new owner is a development company out of California.
We now have the complete list 400+ beers that 97 Washington breweries will pour over the course of the Washington Brewers Festival. Three-day event, Father’s Day weekend, at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
This year, more than any year I can remember, a lot of local breweries feel inspired to create beers that embrace the ethos of inclusion and diversity. Other breweries found different ways to celebrate and support Pride. After all, love is love and so is beer.