Darach Brewing is now open for business in Bellingham



Over the weekend, a new brewery opened in Bellingham, Washington. Darach Brewing is a kid- and dog-friendly brewery taproom located on State Street, not too far from Boundary Bay Brewery, a landmark familiar to many beer lovers. How do you pronounce Darach? Just say “Dah-rock,” though you might make it sound a bit different if you speak Gaelic.

“We make farmhouse-inspired beers, focusing on wild and spontaneous fermentation, while also crafting excellent IPAs and dark beers,” says the brewery’s website. “Darach is Gaelic for “oak”, and a large portion of our beers spend time in oak barrels before being released.” 

The current beer lineup includes a dry-hopped saison, a dry-hopped American pilsner, a wee heavy, a hazy pale ale, and an imperial stout with cocoa and vanilla, along with a few others.


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“In addition to our offerings that we make on-site, Darach Brewing also sells a rotating selection of lagers, ciders, and wine produced by some of our favorite breweries/cideries/wineries in the region. We are family and dog friendly, and offer non-alcoholic drinks for the kiddos, Designated Drivers, and anyone else who wants them. While we do not have a kitchen, we encourage our guests to bring in food or order from any of the fantastic restaurants downtown for delivery.”

I hope to make it to Darach Brewing soon and will have more to share at that time. Find Darach Brewing on Instagram. Find them on Facebook. Find them on the street…


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1 thought on “Darach Brewing is now open for business in Bellingham

  1. I had a few of theirs beers this weekend and was thoroughly impressed. Especially with the Saisons and a wonderful raw ale brewed with kveik yeast. I’m sure you will enjoy it and it’s a well needed niche filler in the B-ham scene.

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