Beveridge Place Pub revives a tradition
Consider this a good sign. An indication that the world has returned to something closer to normal. Beveridge Place Pub in West Seattle just announced that it is reintroducing a long-standing tradition: Thirsty Thursdays.
For years and years, each Thursday evening was marked by some sort of special event at Beveridge Place Pub: Thirsty Thursdays. Brewers nights, special tasting events, and other celebrations of a generally beery nature. Week after week, year upon year. When the crap tornado touched down a couple years ago, that had to change. Now, Thirsty Thursdays return to help brighten our post-apocalyptic world!
Here’s what Beveridge Place Pub has planned for the immediate future, starting this Thirsty Thursday with a celebration of Bob’s Beer from Georgetown Brewing. Moving forward, keep an eye on the Bev’s social channels to stay informed.
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, ALL DAY
GEORGETOWN BOB’S BROWN…LAGER?!
A Bob’s Brown what now? Lager? Not ale? It’s true! But why? Well, with everything going on gestures around indiscriminately they just felt like a refresh. And what is more refreshing than a crisp Brown Lager? (that’s a rhetorical question)
THUR, JUNE 23, 6PM
SINGLE HILL NEW ZEALAND HOPTACULAR!
Our friends in Yakima whipped up THREE new versions of their Outcross Experimental IPA, each featuring a different New Zealand hop, and we’ll be pouring them all!
THUR, JUNE 30, 6PM
COSMIC COLLAB SUMMER IPA!
Portland meets Seattle in the best possible way – to make beer! Hang out with brewery folks and enjoy a number of offerings from both, including this new release!
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.